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TravelPod Member ReviewsGoHotel Shnelli Tallinn
I ended up here by accident as my booking at the City Hotel Portus was cancelled and they transferred me to Hotel Shnelli. So I didn't know what to expect and it was near a train station which I naturally thought might be noisy.
The rooms are very clean, minimalistic design, and the bed was comfortable. I found the shower appeared to overflow the bathroom a bit but the water never got out of the room and it did drain quickly. Hair dryers are included and the wifi worked very well in the room.
Breakfast was a nice spread of choices from eggs and meat to potatoes, toast, fruit and veggies. It is included with the room rate which I find helpful when I travel.
There is some noise at night from the rooms that face the street so bring ear plugs. I enjoyed the nice views of the Old Town which is across the busy road, so the location is excellent for access to the Old Town.
The best part of Hotel Shnelli is the helpful staff. They always seemed very friendly and pleasant whenever I had a question. I had an early morning flight and was provided a packed breakfast. They used a reputable taxi company with normal rates for my trip to the airport. Pleasant staff and service go a long way in making someone's visit a good one! I'd stay here again.
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July 7-9, 2014 - Tallinn, Estonia
July 7, 2014
Wasted my morning having to move hotels because the City Hotel Portus was over booked. I ended up in a hotel called, Go Hotel Shnelli which has a better location close to the Upper Town city walls.
After lunch I was able to join another EST Adventures tour with Andrew of "Soviet …
... walls. Well, hey, why not? We each paid for 20 arrows and the lady working there gave us some instructions. I felt a bit like a character in the Hunger Games, or, if you rather, Robin Hood, with a bow and arrow outside a medieval city. It may surprise you to learn that I wasn't spectacularly bad at it; my first set of 10 arrows went a bit all over the place, but my second set all hit the target and some even came fairly close to the centre. Okay, I ...
... us to Russalka; a towering monument near the sea front. We walked through old town and some shopping centres where we bought an amber charm for Cat's bracelet. Having eaten lunch so late we relaxed at the hostel for a whole before going to the supermarket to buy ingredients for fried rice. Unfortunately we forgot to buy eggs but otherwise it was a super tea. Of course it was soon football time and we sat in the hostel's bar with some beers. When we arrived it was ...
... last few hundred years many of the underground tunnels had caved in or had been flooded, however the dry sections were used during the second world war for people to hide in, then later other sections were used by the KGB to incarcerate and/or to torture the local inhabitant.
After independence was declared and some people suddenly lost their house it became a living area for the homeless. Now 400 meters has been restored for ...
... video airwaves, and CBC's Being Erica episodes re-aired on Estonian networks (way to go Canadian tv!).
The sauna centre is definitely a highlight. It includes a Finnish sauna, steam rooms (one with a salt scrub station), a juniper wood sauna, and a salt brick sauna. Unlimited access to the sauna centre is included for all guests, and everyone wears bathing suits. The Finnish sauna has an adjacent ...