Von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn

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.

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  • FinnishFlower FinnishFlower

    Nice atmosphere and great staff, great spa

    A 10min walking distance to main square, but as you anyway likely want to walk around that is ok. Nice old stone building, our garden facing room was super quiet. We had the Zen room which was nice...

  • Freddy G Freddy G


    What a wonderful place this hotel is. Booked one night before coming back home. Location is good. Nearby old town and telliskivi (good restaurants). Room was very luxury with jacuzzi and so on...

  • football_spoon football_spoon


    Fully enjoyed my time at the hotel, the few members of staff I had dealings with were very pleasant and helpful. My Zen Room was fairly spacious and clean, one of the lights was out in the bathroom...

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