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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  • Everything is perfect, exept windows isolation

    Bad windows isolation from outer noise. Keeping in mind that right behind the windows is Paldiski Maantee street our sleeping (in room #2) was really bad. All other services was just perfect, and...

  • Family with teenagers

    We had deluxe room which was good size for 2+2 (12y+16y). Excellent bed and quiet room, actually 2 rooms with a door between. Easy to take the buss to the city or walk to the old town. We also tested...

  • Decent

    First impressions were very impressive. Beautiful building with a mix of original restored architecture with modern facilities. Check in was polite, efficient and courteous, but not overly friendly...


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