While Estonia is a beautiful country with plenty to offer tourists, it can still be overwhelming to know where to stay. All of the top luxury hotels in Estonia have something special and unique to offer guests. To aid in your search, we’ve put together a list of the 5 best luxury hotels in Estonia so that you can find the perfect one for your needs. From seaside resorts to city-centre hotels, there’s something for everyone.
Schlössle Hotel Tallinn – Tallinn
Schlössle Hotel Tallinn is a lovely 13th-century merchant’s mansion located in one of the calmer parts of the Old Town. Over the years, this opulent facility has hosted a number of Royal visits, including Queen Elizabeth II, who stayed here in 2006. The luxurious interiors feature lush furnishings in tones of grey, beige, and gold, as well as a modern take on chandeliers and luxurious bed linen.
There are just 23 rooms available, with the Presidential Suite being by far the most sumptuous. Guests can rest in the spacious sauna and spa, and those with a sense of history will like the underground cigar room, which is located adjacent to the massive open-fire hearth.
Hotel Telegraaf – Old Town Tallinn
Hotel Telegraaf is known for its huge and very luxurious spa, which boasts five-star romance, elegance, and charm in the heart of the Estonian capital’s Old Town. The magnificent building, which began life as a bank in the nineteenth century, has an interesting and inspirational design that visitors will want to appreciate for a while.
There are 84 rooms in all, divided into two wings, one symbolising the new and the other representing the past. Both rooms have all of the exquisite features that guests would expect from a hotel of this calibre, and the hotel’s stunning swimming pool and spa are ready to greet guests after a hard day of exploring Tallinn.
Pädaste Manor – Muhu Island
A modest luxury hotel resort and spa on Muhu Island in the Baltic Sea, located on the Pädaste estate. The hotel offers private limousine transports to convey its guests to this hidden oasis of luxury, which is only a two-hour drive from Tallinn, Estonia’s capital. The hotel offers rooms and suites in the Manor House, the Carriage House, and the Farm House, which is nestled among the property’s apple orchard. Whichever room option you choose, you will find it to be extremely comfortable and charming.
The hotel’s roots can be traced back to the 15th century, with remnants of its lengthy history still visible throughout the manor home, where fine antiques are mixed with modern classics to create a rich interior style. Guests can dine in one of the hotel’s fine dining restaurants, which draw inspiration and ingredients from the surrounding area. Guests may find solitude and rejuvenate all of their senses in the soothing spa, which is inspired by nature’s beauty and the tranquility of the surrounding area.
Savoy Boutique Hotel Tallinn – Old Town Tallinn
The Savoy Boutique Hotel Tallinn, located on a charming cobblestone square in the Old Town neighbourhood, exudes charm. This magnificent structure, which dates from 1890, was completely rebuilt in 2006 to combine historical elegance with modern convenience. A beautiful marble staircase with wrought iron rails welcomes guests as they ascend from the foyer to the guest suites. The rooms themselves have carved Italian furniture, broad windowsills constructed of Estonian limestone, and iron curtain rods, which contribute to set the tone. The Savoy Suite is the largest of the 44 rooms available to guests, and while each is enormous, it is the most exquisite of them all.
Hedon Spa Hotel – Pärnu
The Hedon Spa Hotel is located on Pärnu’s stunning coastline. It’s a one-of-a-kind destination for those seeking to unwind, or enjoy the region’s unique coastal lifestyle. The Hedon Spa Hotel is a unique blend of yesterday and today. Its modern spa complex features a historic building for mud bath treatments, and is juxtaposed by a modern hotel and beachside restaurant. The Akord grill restaurant, with it’s lovely terrace, and the Raimond restaurant, listed in the White Guide restaurant guide, are available to guests. The more expensive rooms and suites feature a private balcony that overlook the Baltic Sea.
Hotel Antonius – Tartu
Hotel Antonius is an elegant and luxurious boutique hotel located in the historic quarter of Tartu – the second largest city in Estonia, bustling with a great café-culture. The history of the hotel dates back to the 16th century and has been beautifully restored. Combining elegant antiques with modern luxury resulting in a perfectly romantic and cosy vibe. The 27 rooms, of which six are suites, are located across the four floors of the historic building.
The lobby bar and well-reputed Restaurant Antonius are perfect for any occasion; from romantic dinners, family gatherings, birthday celebrations, company events, cocktail parties and weddings. The attention to detail given in the hotel is extended to the restaurant menu and service with local produce and seasonal dishes dictating the dish of the day. With transfer services to and from Tartu, Tallinn and Riga airports, this hotel is ideal for business and leisure.
If you’ve picked your hotel, and will be spending time in Estonia’s capital city, maybe it’s time to start planning all the things to see in Tallinn. If you haven’t picked your hotel, check out our entire list of hotel options in Estonia.