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Tours Tallinn City Break (Telegraaf Hotel 5*)

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Tallinn City Break (Telegraaf Hotel 5*) 320.00 EUR
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Tallinn is the capital and largest city of Estonia. It occupies a surface of 159.2 km2 and is home to approximately 400,000 people. It is situated on the northern coast of the country, on the banks of the Gulf of Finland, and is 80 km south of Helsinki.
Hotel is located in the very heart of the Old Town.

Distance from:

Ülemiste (TLL) 5.6 km
Vantaa (HEL) 98.9 km
This new, luxurious hotel, in the heart of the city, is housed in a characterful old building, once an exchange of the Estonian Telegraph Company.

Recently transformed into a hotel, the building offers you both history and modernity. Inside the historical facade every room offers you tasteful, contemporary, spacious accommodation and a wealth of modern comforts, including a flat screen TV.

The hotel is in an ideal location for those seeking to explore the small, winding, cobbled alleyways that make up Tallinn's stunning Old Town; the famous St Catherine's passage is right on the hotel's doorstep. After a hectic day of sightseeing you can relax in the exclusive Elemis spa centre.

Hotel Rooms: 86. Hotel Chain: Small Luxury Hotels of the World.

Spacious and comfortable for business or leisure. Relax in your armchair or sofa, or do business at your desk. A private service cabinet facilitates dry cleaning and shoe shining service. Rooms have a peaceful view to the courtyard and comfortable double or twin beds.

Historical charm refined for the business or leisure trip. Rooms feature high ceilings, parquet floors, and are contemporarily furnished with modern amenities. All this and silence, too. Choose a quiet courtyard view or cosmopolitan Vene Street, though if you want to hear the city sounds you’ll need to open your window. Superior rooms have armchairs, desks, and generous double or twin beds for a good night’s rest. Many have natural light in the bathrooms. Place your dry cleaning or shoe in the private service cabinet.

Extra spacious with a fully furnished sitting area for private and undisturbed meetings. Work at the spacious desk with the courtyard providing a peaceful view. Use your own Service Cabinet for getting your clothes dry cleaned and your shoes polished. Enjoy a bathroom equipped with a bathtub, rest and sleep in a generous and comfortable king size bed.

Blending an unique color scheme with parquet floors, suites offer extra comfort and privacy with separate living and bedrooms. Living rooms feature a table large enough to conduct small board meetings, as well as separate bathrooms. Bedrooms have luxury bathrooms with separate showers and bath. And the suite's soundproofing makes Vene Street resemble a soundless, moving image.

The Aleksander Popov Suite is equipped with a private sauna.

Given the history of Hotel Telegraaf, suites have names of telecommunication pioneers:
The Alexander Graham Bell Suite (1st floor)
The Werner von Siemens Suite (2nd floor)
The Samuel Morse Suite (4th floor)
The Aleksander Popov Suite (5th floor)
During your time at the hotel you can spoil yourself with an à la carte dinner in the restaurant (12:00-22:30), or lock yourself away in your sizeable room and enjoy something from the hotel's room service menu, available 24-hours a day.

The hotel's Lobby-Bar, open until late, is an ideal venue for a pre-dinner cocktail or a nightcap. The bar also offers a wide selection of wines from the New and Old World.

A wealth of beauty treatments, including facials and hand therapy, are available at the hotel (charges apply).

The hotel's indoor pool (3 x 10m) and jacuzzi are open 7 days a week (07:00 until 22:00). The sauna and steam bath are also open Monday to Sunday (07:00 - 10:00 and 17:00 - 22:00).

Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.

Private parking is possible on site (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 13.00 per day.

Tallinn City Break (Telegraaf Hotel 5*)


We offer you a 3 nights accomodation at Telegraaf Hotel 5*, for additional payment we can arrange transfer from the airport, bus station or  harbour to the hotel, and also you can choose guided tour:

  • Tallinn City and Kadriorg Museum Tour 3,5 hours

The Kadriorg palace and park were founded by the Russian czar Peter I. According to the designs of the architect Niccolo Michetti, invited from Rome, the palace was built after the Italian villas, consisting of a main building and of two annexes.
The well-preserved great hall is one of the best examples of Baroque architecture not only in Estonia but also in the whole Northern Europe. Besides Russian and Italian artists, masters from Stockholm, Riga and Tallinn took part in its building work. The two-storied hall is decorated with rich stucco work and ceiling paintings.

  • Tallinn City and Rocca-al-Mare Tour 3 hours

The Estonian Open Air was founded in 1957 and opened to the visitors in 1964.
Old Estonian vernacular buildings together with exhibited commodities help to depict the daily life of peasants in the 18-20th centuries. The territory of the museum is divided into four parts of corresponding typical village types: Western Estonia, Northern Estonia, Southern Estonia and the islands. In each region farmyards of different wealth and age stand in the central position. There are twelve farmyards exhibited today. In order to create a true rural milieu, a church, an inn, a schoolhouse, several mills, a fire station and netsheds on the coast have also been transferred to the museum.

  • Tallinn City Tour 2 hours

Upper and Lower town, the biggest Orthodox Church in Estonia - St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Town Hall Square, the Dome Cathedral, watching places, Long Leg and Short Leg Streets, Town Hall building with the spire called Old Toomas, fortified walls and towers of Old Tallinn: Fat Margareth, Kieck-in-de-Köck.

  • Lahemaa National Park Tour

The Lahemaa National Park was created in 1971 to protect the characteristic North-Estonian landscapes and the national heritage of the area, and to preserve harmonious relations between man and nature. This was the first national park in the Soviet Union. Originally the area of the national park was about 440 km², but later the territory was expanded towards the south. Now its area extends over 725 km², 474 km² lies on land, 251 km² is the sea.


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