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The Best Budget Hotel in Estonia: City Hotel Tallinn

The Best Budget Hotel in Estonia: City Hotel Tallinn

The Unique Hotel properties in Tallinn are some of the most historically interesting buildings in the capital, despite not all of them being centuries old. City Hotel Tallinn, while young in chronological age, more than makes up for this with its modern outlook, simple functionality, outstanding quality and impressive value for money. Making it the best budget hotel in Estonia.

Although the City Hotel Tallinn building itself is relatively new by Tallinn’s medieval standards, the area where it is situated – in Paldiski Road, at the foot of Toompea Hill – is a stone’s throw from the Old Town area, the city’s administrative centre and home to its aristocracy for many years. The Old Town is now a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, having been awarded the status in 1997, and Paldiski Road leads straight into the heart of this magnificent part of the city.

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Unique Hotels Top 10 Most Interesting Facts About Tallinn

Unique Hotels Top 10 Most Interesting Facts About Tallinn

At Unique Hotels we’re justifiably proud of our four outstanding hotels – the City Hotel Tallinn, von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn, Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn and Vihula Manor Country Club & Spa. Our properties offer visitors a luxurious way to experience Estonian life and culture.

That said, we’re also incredibly proud of Estonia and particularly its capital Tallinn. For any visitor considering a trip to this beautiful and historical city, we hope our list of Top Ten Tallinn facts will entice you to come and stay with us!

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Native Language Day, Useful Estonian Phrases

Native Language Day, Useful Estonian Phrases

March 14th in the Estonian calendar is when the country celebrates the wonderful native Estonian tongue. Native Language Day, or Emakeelepäev in Estonian, is an important event that keeps alive the country’s important and ancient cultural heritage.

Estonia has a population of around 1.3 million, but only two-thirds speak Estonian as their first language. Estonian is therefore comparable to minority languages throughout Europe, such as Gaelic and Welsh, for numbers of everyday speakers. Because of this, Estonians are fiercely proud and protective of their mother tongue, and Native Language day is the perfect way to celebrate that.

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Celebrate Estonian Independence Day on 24th of February, Unique Hotels

Celebrate Estonian Independence Day on 24th of February, Unique Hotels

Few public holidays in Estonia are celebrated quite as joyously as the Estonian day of Independence, which falls each year on February 24th. If you’re visiting Estonia at this time, it’s a great day to see pride and patriotism in all its glory, and to learn about the rich history of this Baltic gem of a country.

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Tallinn’s Historic Hotels – The von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn

The von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn is widely recognised as being one of the most opulent buildings in the city and certainly one of the most popular choices of accommodation for visitors to the city. The hotel has a history that is innately linked with one of the city’s most illustrious families, the von Stackelbergs.

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

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

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.

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Must See Museums in Tallinn, Estonia

Must See Museums in Tallinn, Estonia

Located within walking distance or a short bus or tram ride from Unique Hotel’s three Tallinn properties – Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn, The von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn and City Hotel Tallinn – are many of the capital’s most fascinating museums. Each vividly brings to life different aspects of Tallinn’s thousand-year history, fascinating legends and cultural treasures.

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Estonia’s historic hotels: Vihula Manor Country Club and Spa

Estonia’s historic hotels: Vihula Manor Country Club and Spa

Estonia is a country with a deep and beguiling heritage, and many of the country’s buildings have a rich and occasionally turbulent history of their own. This is certainly true of some of the classic hotels in the region and the Vihula Manor Country Club and Spa, situated barely an hour’s drive from Tallinn, is certainly one of the finest.

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What to See in Tallinn’s Old Town in Five Minutes | Quick Tour of Tallinn

What to See in Tallinn’s Old Town in Five Minutes | Quick Tour of Tallinn

You’re on a business trip to a beautiful city and you have a spare hour, maybe less, before your flight. You know that it would be a shame not to take in some of the sights, but then panic sets in when you think about where to go. Often, it can be easier just to stay in the hotel, or nip to the local cafe.

However, in Tallinn it’s entirely possible to walk five minutes from your city centre hotel and see most of the must-see attractions. If you’ve booked yourself into the Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn or the von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn for example, there’s no excuse not to spend a little “personal” time exploring the historic Capital of Culture for 2011.

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