The luxurious Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn rightfully sits among Tallinn’s most famous landmarks, taking its name from the Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald State Library, known today as the National Library of Estonia at Toenismaegi.
Paying homage to the author of the Estonian national epic poem “Kalevipoeg”, penned during the National Awakening Period of Estonia in the 19th century, the Kreutzwald lovingly transports the limestone brilliance of this historically significant building into the modern age.
An interesting fact links the historical personalities which inspired the naming of the Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn and its sister property, the wonderful von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn. From January 1819 to December 1820, Kreutzwald studied in the district during which time Chr A Stackelberg offered him a place to stay in his own house, free of charge.
The hotel’s recent renovation has resulted in a property that retains its authenticity, while introducing innovative design and modern comfort to the historical ambience.
Enjoy our famous Rise and Shine Breakfast at the remarkable Restaurant Casa do Brazil, which is also open all day for fine dining, casual meals and drinks. In the summer, enjoy the atmosphere of the Summer Terrace – an exiting oasis in middle of the city.
Indulge yourself at our newly opened ZEN SPA with private saunas, a party room with jacuzzi and gym, and experience a variety of different vitalizing and rejuvenating massages and body treatments.