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Article from BTNews 19 APRIL 2021

Tallinn Radisson

Radisson Hotel Group has opened the Palace Hotel Tallinn, located at the entrance to the historic Old Town.  Built getting on for 100 years ago and respectfully renovated, this monument of national architectural heritage is the first Radisson Individuals in the Baltic region.   

Built in 1937, the Palace Hotel Tallinn was designed by the Estonian architect, Elmar Lohk, and is recognised for 1930s architectural style combining functionalism with influences of the Chicago school and traditional art.

It offers 79 rooms and suites, including a Presidential Suite stretching across 150m2 which consists of a large studio with seating area for eight guests, a kitchen area with dining table for six, sauna, private office and meeting room. The hotel’s 50m2 air-conditioned fitness centre is equipped with large mirrors and cardiovascular machines by LifeFitness as well as an indoor swimming pool and spa with Turkish bath, jacuzzi, steam bath and sauna.

www.palacehotel.ee

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