Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKreutzwald Hotel Tallinn
Only 10 minutes to walk to the old town but far enough to be quiet making sleep much more enjoyable. Good breakfast, nice service, comfy rooms.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn
Having stayed here in 2006 I was delighted to see that the hotel is being totally modernised.
There may be some building work on site if going there in the near future but dont worry it does not interfere with your stay.
Rooms are now very clean and comfortable with free internet, tea and coffee and TV.
The old town is about a 15 min walk or 5 mins in a taxi.
Breakfast is ample and will set you up for the day.
Very good value for B&B but watch the prices in the bar!
Tallinn what a great place , super hotel
First time to Tallinn, not the last! booked a Zen room, jacuzzi and computer :) location really good for the sights and English breakfast.
Smiley staff helped as the weather was a bit overcast. some signs that the hotel has been revamped outside ie building stuff but i am sure it is gone now.
In Tallinn haben wir uns für dieses Hotel entschieden, und es war eine gute Wahl.
Das Hotel befindet sich in einer Strasse, wo es nicht viel gibt aber es ist nicht weit vom historischen Zentrum - zu Fuß sind es ungefähr 15 Minuten. Eine Bushaltestelle ist gerade um die Ecke.
Das Hotel ist sehr modern, sauber, dezent eingerichtet.
Unser Zimmer war ziemlich gross, das Bett war sehr gut, das Bad mit Dusche auch. Was uns am meisten gefallen hat war aber der Computer mit kostenlosem Internet-Zugang: Flachbildschirm auf dem Schreibtisch vor dem Bett, einfach einschalten und los! Fernsehen war auch dabei, auch wenn man dort nur die estnischen Sender (und ein paar finnischen sowie ein schwedischer Sender) waren zu empfangen.
Das Buffet-Frühstück war sehr reich. Frühstückssaal war sehr modern, das Personal hilfreich auch wenn ein bisschen zurückhaltend, wie in Skandinavischen Ländern üblich sein sollte..
Insgesamt haben wir 3 wunderschöne Tage in Tallinn verbracht und dieses Hotel kann man nur empfehlen.
Really great hotel fantastic value
.Loved the decor , computers in every room and great breakfast ,staff really friendly too
The location is great also , much better than you expect, especially for the price of 70 euros!
A pleasant surprise
I visited Tallinn with my sisters on the first week of October. I must say that I did not know much about the city before. The first great surprise was of course the hotel- Uniquestay Mihkli Hotel. The hotel is newly renovated and the rooms are tasteful and modern. My younger sister was especially thankful for the 24-hour internet access in our room! Anyway, to cut a long story short- Tallinn was wonderful and the hotel an excellent find!
Just returned from a visit to Tallinn, stayed at the Uniquestay Mihkli Hotel along with my wife mother and brother. The staff there are the most helpful that I have come across on my travels through eastern europe. The hotel has undergone a fantastic renovation and has great cafe bar modern rooms and free broadband access and a pc in every room
Will look no further on my return.
Great Value Modern Hotel
The hotel was well located a few minutes walk from the old Town. The staff were helpful, organising airport transfers and giving us directions. The rooms were clean and modern, with TV, computer and a safe. The breakfast was fine.
A decent hotel
Planning a new trip to Tallin I realizd that I never reviewed this hotel the first time we were here. At that time I was part of a group using the hotel for a seminar at low cost price. the hotel worked out quite well, we all were pretty pleased by the food served, the conference room was ok, and at least my room was quite nice. I got a double to use as a singel and had quite a lot of space. I enjoyed the wooden floor, since I feel they are cleaner than carpets. The bathroom was new and modern, with a nice shower. I also hadt a TV in the room with several channels. Most of our group walked to the old town, but the hotel was also helpful in calling a taxi when needed. If one used those taxis, the prices were also relatively fair, unlike taxis taken from taxi stands.
Great value hotel
Ideally situated only a short walk into the old town, we found the Mihkli an ideal place to stay. Large, clean and warm rooms, friendly staff, adequate breakfast and easy to come and go as you please. Plus at around £20 a night per person very good value.
Quite comfortable, basic hotel
The hotel is around 5-10 minutes walk from the lovely old square. It is very basic and the rooms are nothing special but it's as comfortable as you could expect from an 2/3 star hotel. If you can get a cheap price and you don't mind a short walk into town then I would recommend it wholeheartedly. The breakfast is definitely continental and nothing to write home about, but the bar is quite nice and hospitable.
The town itself is quite busy and has a nice atmosphere. The architecture is beautiful and the bars are really good to relax in. Beer is nice, ala Coque being better than the Saku, but the food is generally bad in my opinion, and I'll eat anything!!
One tip - almost all the taxi drivers will rip you off. Never pay more than 70 Kroons for a trip across town and for a trip to the airport. They will always quote you shed loads more and drive you for a good few minutes than you need so haggle a price before you jump in.
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