The Radisson Blu Sky hotel located in Tallinn’s city center will be undergoing repairs until spring 2022.
Already this spring, the hotel laid off nearly 100 people after tourists disappeared. In summer, the hotel announced that a 12 to 14-month overhaul will begin in the fall. This Saturday, on November 7th, Radisson will say goodbye to its last visitor, and the remaining 55 employees will receive a redundancy notice.
The hotel’s owner Eften is investing around €20 million in the hotel. When the hotel is expected to reopen in spring 2022, it will already be called the Radisson Collection.