How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotell Palace Tallinn
Travel Blogs from Tallinn
... to explain this place as it is the definition of eclectic. The bar is in an old green wooden house with tables and chairs out front on the sunny verandah.
The first thing you see when you walk up the stairs is a hopscotch grid painted on the concrete floor. Above this a huge multicoloured butterfly has been painted onto the wooden ceiling with a slowly rotating electric fan coming out of its head. To the right are a couple of old lounges with a ...
... opereerimise tarbeks. Et vältida Soomes juba esinenud olukorda, kus kogu varustus oli täis musti näpujälgi. Kindlasti loobivad ka eestlased prügi maha, aga mul tuleb siiski tahtmine esitada tiraad rahvuse, konide ja gravitatsiooni vahekorrast. Seltskond pakib õnneks kolad kokku ja venib minema.
Ennist tulles jäi silma sild. Jalutan tagasi. Sild on liiga kõrgel, kuid ühest nurgast pääseb kivide pealt veeni. Hea, et on kaasas sinine veekott.
Enne õhtusööki ...
... in a shop. Russian Reds heavily bombed a civilian area of the city in 1942 and over 500 people were killed. The Russians still deny they did it. We shopped and bought the grandkids presents, Lyn a new top and I bought a selfie stick with Bluetooth. Sailed at 7.45pm and the Scottish magician comedian tonight was good entertainment. A fabulously warm and sunny day with sunset at 11pm. Did not get dark at all. In fact the red glow of the sunset at 2.30am was ...
... to bus station to market we'd passed, which was much more satisfactory. Bought fruit and veg, and more rhubarb. Only later did we realise that, since we weren't in a hostel we didn't have any sugar! Took all that home, then went into the Old Town to visit the tourist office, to 3 different bookshops until we found one which had a Lonely Planet guide for Russia, and then a supermarket to buy cereal, bread, milk, cheese, etc. So by the time we got back ...
First tour starts today at 8.15am, so we're up at 7ish for brekky. Glen made a couple of sambos for lunch, just in case we got hungry - we didn't. Tallinn was a surprising town. Our tour guide Teet (aka Ted), was also very surprising. He had a PhD in something, but his commentary was non-stop and also very engaging. Cracked a few jokes too, which made the whole tour more fun. Couldn't even begin to tell you about Tallinn here. Just too much to remember. It was neat and tidy and ...