Koidulapark Hotel is located in the city centre of Pärnu.
The windows of the hotel afford a view of a park named after the beautiful poetess Lydia Koidula and a lane lined with 150-year-old oaks.
The building, which was built in 1905, was renovated completely at the beginning of 2002, and an annex was added to the courtyard side of the building. The hotel's decor is inspired by the traditional design and fashions of the first half of the 20th century. The result is a pleasant and cozy tourist hotel, where you will always long to return!
During summers, a café is opened at the hotel.
Hotel is cosy and small and suits for people who seek authentical atmosphere and are looking for peaceful walks in the city and enjoying the beach or cheap dinners in the central city area. The hotel...
A couples rooms not large enough to open one suitcase, stuffy , no aircon, rooms have an odour of sewage,wifi available in foyer only. Not worth staying here when there are so many amazing...
Worst hotel in the Estonia. Rooms are so small a couple can not open suitcases, toilet would not flush, smelt like a sewer, TV did not work, wifi rarely worked , bed crammed in a corner and hot in...
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