The stylish limestone house built in 1873 by the Baltic German baron Georg von Stackelberg as his town residence is sited at the foot of Toompea between the old town and the modern city. The design of hotel harmoniously combines the new and old: the elegance of the thick limestone walls in the public rooms is set off by modern design elements which stress the well-lit interior and the historical background of the building.
Really enjoyed staying in this charming little hotel on my business trip. The room was nicely decorated and very tidy. Personnel was friendly and the courtyard was great place to stay after work...
I booked this hotel because it looked nice and the price was good for one night stay in Tallinn. Unfortunately we were given the room number 107 and it was on the ground floor and the only thing we...
We decided to revisit Tallin in more clement times following a winter visit some years ago. We opted for the deluxe room that worked out at approx £127 per night b&b. The room was impressive with a...
|Number of rooms|
|Number of beds in the high season||84|
|Number of beds in the low season||84|
|Number of beds in winter||84|