St Olav Hotel

Address: Lai 5, Tallinn, 10133, Estonia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Lai 5, Tallinn, is near Tallinn Town Hall, Town Council's Aphothecary, Great Guild Hall, and Kalev Chocolate Factory Museum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSt Olav Hotel Tallinn

      Reviewed by am1


      Reviewed Mar 8, 2012
      by (16 reviews) Sydney , Australia Flag of Australia

      Brilliant. This place is a palace, literally. The decor is a nice mix between the medieval old structures and bricks, mixed in with modern renovations. Room's are spacious and the king size bed is more than comfortable. Excellent location, a minute walk to the centre of the old town. It would be difficult to top this place in terms of location and quality.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews St Olav Hotel Tallinn

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Day Trippin' to Tallinn, Estonia

      A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jan 19, 2015

      3 comments, 17 photos

      ... existence of a McDonald's by one of the gates. Helsinki is a much younger city by comparison hence no medieval section. There are many large churches in the old Tallinn although the Estonian population is largely non-religious today. There is still a significant Russian orthodox congregation however and I walked in on a service in the impressive Alexander Nevsky Cathedral.

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      Sightseeing in Tallinn Old Town

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 21, 2014

      8 photos

      ... of 2 people. I tried my luck and managed to get onto a tour tomorrow. 35km through forests and coastal areas. Just hope the weather holds out!

      Had a nice dinner around 8pm at the Reval Cafe where I sat and read a bit while enjoying a pint of local dark beer. Wandered a bit more before getting back to the hostel after dark. Would love to know exactly how far I walked today as I'm feeling quite tired tonight. Need to get a good night's sleep for my ride tomorrow.


      Amazing Tallin with Rakvere Medieval Castle

      A travel blog entry by mjconchie on Aug 02, 2014

      18 photos

      ... traditional medieval banquet and you could take a stroll through parts of the castle and its grounds.

      Another point of interest, most of the castle was made of rocks and limestone. You see many areas made of limestone in Estonia. Comparing it to granite it is not as solid or strong but is much more durable.

      Estonia is well worth a visit, and although they are not greatly social by nature we did cross some that were social and had a great sense of humour.

      End of the Baltics

      A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 15, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... the ferry terminal. I arrived at the Hostel, Fat Margaret's it's called, and once I'd unloaded my gear I asked the hostel manager for a dinner recommendation. She pointed out a few places on the map, so I went walking. I visited all the momuments, took all the photos, reviewed all the menus and decided on the place called Kompressor which makes nothing but pancakes - savoury and sweet. Not very Estonian, but at 4.5E each I can't say no to pancakes. But it was only 6:30pm and ...

      Day 8 - Tallinn

      A travel blog entry by sezzawilliams on Jun 23, 2014

      43 photos

      ... why there was a museum about alcohol. His knowledge was fantastic. He told story of the Swiss and Estonian born owners who initially opened a vodka factory in Moscow in 1910. He told their history while we had a glass of wine. We paid 5€ for the glass of wine and his story of the history. The museum downstairs was really cool. Set up like an old style bar with old bottles of alcohol and chairs for enjoying a drink. A great ...