Radisson Hotel Group has brought its luxury lifestyle brand to Estonia with the opening of Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn on May 1st, 2022. The new hotel offers an exceptional, five-star experience to its guests.
The remarkable Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn property is centrally located next to business, shopping and entertainment areas. The hotel is the perfect place to enjoy the city from, as the picturesque Old Town is close by – just 5 minutes walking distance. The airport and harbour are only a 10-minute drive away.
The hotel has 287 guest rooms , including 19 suites such as the Presidential Suite, Premium Suites and three unique fitness suites. All rooms offer a beautiful view of Tallinn’s vibrant city. All rooms and suites feature contemporary furnishings with designer elements. Each of hotel’s 287 rooms and suites offers an array of features to make your guests visit exceptional, including bathrobes and slippers.
MEETINGS & EVENTS
Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn’s second-floor 1,000 square metre conference center boasts eight facilities with plenty of natural light, free Wi-Fi access, and set-up styles that can accommodate up to 300 people.
The Radisson Meetings experience is designed around the three pillars of successful events – Personal, Professional and Memorable.
- Personal. Your dedicated point of contact will coordinate everything for you and work with our experts across the business to ensure everything goes as planned—bringing your vision to life. On the day of the event, you’ll be able to access on-demand support at the touch of a button.
- Professional. We ensure that you’re provided with everything needed to make your event a success, from modern AV technology and free Wi-Fi to stationery, chargers and adapters.
- Memorable. We want to delight your attendees by creating memorable experiences. You can expect carefully designed menus and personal touches that will help turn a successful event into a truly memorable 100% Carbon Neutral Meetings.
The Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn has a rooftop restaurant and bar, ISSEI, on the 24th floor. The restaurant offers a panoramic view of Tallinn and serves Japanese-Peruvian cuisine – the first Nikkei style restaurant in the Baltic States.
Additionally, guests can enjoy local culinary delights in the famous Estonian restaurant MEKK on the first floor of the hotel, where executive chef Rene Uusmees will offer guests delicacies of modern Estonian cuisine.
See more on dining options at Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn: https://www.radissonhotels.com/en-us/hotels/radisson-collection-tallinn/restaurant-bar
ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES AND GREEN KEY
Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn is a great example of an environmentally friendly operation where numerous measures have been introduced to reduce the environmental footprint and increase sustainability.
As an eco-friendly measure, energy-efficient LED lights are used in rooms instead of halogen lamps. The floors of corridors and conference rooms are covered with an embossed carpet made of recycled fishing nets. Double-sided printing is preferred, but printing is avoided altogether whenever possible. The food served in restaurants is mainly made from local raw materials and food waste is minimised.
Since 2017, Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn offers Carbon Neutral Meetings that aim to reduce customers’ carbon footprints. The CO2 footprint offsetting is carried out in partnership with First Climate, one of the largest carbon-offsetting organisations in the world, which supports projects that combat climate change and have a positive impact on sustainable development. More information about the Carbon Neutral Meetings programme can be found on the official website of the Radisson Hotel Group: Carbon Neutral Meetings
In addition, the hotel has launched the Green Housekeeping programme, which involves guests in the preservation of the Estonian natural environment by creating an opportunity to forgo daily room cleaning. Guests also can contribute to the Just a Drop programme by reusing bathroom towels. The aim of this international project is to provide safe drinking water for children in areas where clean water it is difficult to access or polluted.
Charity is an important part of environmentally friendly activities, and the hotel makes sure to support the children of SOS Children’s Village with interest scholarships. They also support the My Dream Day charity foundation, which grants the wishes of seriously and chronically ill children, as offering mental health support to both children and parents is an important part of the treatment process.
The Radisson Collection Hotel in Tallinn has been awarded the Green Key eco-label, signifying the company’s continued commitment to environmental sustainability.