Sponsored by Visit Estonia
The most luxurious five-star hotel in Tallinn, the Telegraaf Hotel, is located in the heart of the old town. The historic building was constructed in 1878 and was formerly a post office. During World War II, the site served as the main hub for telegraph communications, so when it became a hotel, they named it the Telegraaf Hotel to commemorate its rich history. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the spacious Alexander Graham Bell suite; the modern interior design is juxtaposed by historical touches (a four-poster bed and vintage rotary phones), and the sleek master bathroom has a deep, soaking bathtub as well as a rain shower. All hotel guests have access to the swimming pool and saunas in the relaxing spa area, where massages and other treatments are available. Breakfast is served daily in the atrium – both a buffet and à la carte options are provided.
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This stay was sponsored by Visit Estonia. The project is supported by the European Regional Development Fund. We chose which places to visit and feature.