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.

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

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  • Quiet hotel in good location

    10-15 min slow walking to Old city. Some nice pubs and restaurants just across the street. No private parking, but otherwise all good. I had street level room with window to main street and room was...

  • Business and romantic leisure

    Nice hotel to stay, clean and comfy rooms. Breakfast was awesome. Though hotel lobby bar was closed too early and spa services was way too expensive that I would even consider using it. But overall...

  • Highly overpriced for quality

    Your rooms are extremely noisy, I could not sleep at all. They are also the smallest I have seen, I could barely fit into the shower. Furniture was very cheap and basic for a hotel in your price...


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