Tallink City Hotel

Address: A. Laikmaa 5, Tallinn, 10145, Estonia | 4 star hotel
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        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Non-smoking hotel
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Air-Conditioning


        • Multilingual staff
        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service
        • Business Services

        TravelPod Member ReviewsTallink City Hotel Tallinn

        Reviewed by haydenmoyle

        Pleasant and Clean

        Reviewed Aug 22, 2013
        by (4 reviews) Stockholm , Sweden Flag of Sweden

        The Tallink City Hotel is a lovely, simple, clean and easily accessible hotel with decent amenities. The view is nothing to hone about, but it was a comfortable place to return to after a long day in town. Nice beds, clean and large bathroom. What more do you need?

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Tallink City Hotel Tallinn

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Tallinn

        Tallinn, Estonia

        A travel blog entry by bcope100 on Sep 05, 2015

        3 comments, 52 photos

        Rich and Mike took off walking this rainy morning, so Pam and I went to the Concerto Dining room for a pancake breakfast. We met back up with the guys and headed out in the rain to catch the Tallinn Hop On Hop Off bus. It was pretty cold but we were prepared for it.

        The tour bus took us all around the city, both the old section and new part but you couldn't really see a whole lot due to all the trees. Just about the time we were wanting to get off the bus, ...


        A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Aug 04, 2015

        46 photos

        ... The moral of this story is that death comes for all of us, regardless of rank, age or sex. As if to reinforce that message, the floor of this chamber is covered with carved stone crypt covers, the earliest of which dates back to 1348 and is the final resting place of one of Tallinn’s town council.

        There's also an interesting statue of St Christopher (also carved from wood) with rather odd, boggley eyes. St Nicholas was founded in the late 12th ...

        Vihterpalu-Padise, 27,8 km

        A travel blog entry by nipitiri on Jul 17, 2015

        19 photos

        ... lendavad põllust ära paremale.
        Kirikud on meil üldiselt teadupärast lukus, aga vähemalt on sellel siin ukse ees poole meetri laiune peavari.
        Yahoo-ilm väidab, et sajab mitu päeva järjest, norrakad on endale kindlaks jäänud. Kuigi 12ni on jäänud ainult mõned minutid, panustaks ma siiski hea meelega norrakatele.
        Pool üks tuleb kirikuõpetaja Anu kirikuust avama ja on mind nähes palju rohkem üllatunud kui mina teda nähes. Mul oli ju aega kõik sildid uksel ...

        Visiting Tallinn, Estonia

        A travel blog entry by peteandlinda on Sep 02, 2014

        8 photos

        ... Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine while you listen to stories about the house. Next you will visit Esko Farm, a family-operated farm specializing in rearing dairy cows. The farm was established in 1991 with only eight cows—there are now 100 head of cattle here. With the aid of the employees, the family produces cheese and curds from their milk. The products are sold to bakeries and restaurants in Tallinn. In 2003, Esko ...

        Wet cobblestones

        A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 26, 2014

        13 photos

        ... to Gregorian chants.

        In front of them stood a wooden barrier with several doors that a priest periodically opened and closed. While one door was briefly open, I could see the other priests who were leading the prayers. Scattered around the corners of the cathedral were raised crypts containing coffins of important parishioners.

        We then visited the nearby Dome Church where photography was allowed.

        This Lutheran church, ...