Tallinn’s Historic Hotels: Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn by Unique Hotels

Romantic-Weekend-Kreutzwald-Hotel-Tallinn-Portrait Visitors to Tallinn often remark about the inherent beauty of the city. This appreciation stems from the many spectacular buildings that embellish the streets, from the medieval castle walls, to the magnificent baroque Kadriorg Palace. However, another aspect of the city that makes any stay truly memorable is the quality of some of the most opulent, elegant and famous hotels, and if you’re seeking somewhere special to stay with an interesting and unique history, then the magnificent Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn is the perfect choice.

1. A Brief but wonderful History

The Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn is not an ancient building, but its grandeur and spectacular design make it look like it was built long before its 1953 completion date.

The beautiful limestone building was completed at the same time as the nearby National Library, one of the most famous landmarks in the city and as a tribute to its literary neighbour, the hotel was named after Estonia’s foremost literary genius; Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald.


2. Recent Reinvention and Modernisation

After serving the city so well for many years, the hotel recently underwent an extensive period of modernisation, but special attention was given to retaining the important historical aspects of the hotel that make it so appealing.

What resulted is a hotel that not only offers outstanding, modern accommodation of the highest quality, but one in which its strong links to the past remain evident.


3. On-site Facilities and Amenities

The hotel now offers 79 rooms and suites in total, comprising of 21 standard and 38 superior rooms. There are 17 ZEN rooms and 3 ZEN suites, which perfectly complement the range of ZEN spa facilities and treatments.


Hotels should be about relaxation and the Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn delivers more than just fantastic rooms, the dining in the restaurant is exquisite and there is nothing better than enjoying a warming drink and while reading a book in the library lounge or out on the summer terrace.

Also consider Unique Hotel’s other Tallinn properties, The von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn and City Hotel Tallinn. Both have varied histories, such as The von Stackelberg which dates back to the 1870s.

Do you have an interesting fact about Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn or the surroundings? Please share by leaving us a comment below.


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