Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel is located within close proximity of Tallinn’s Old Town and combines everything you need for a relaxing holiday or active business trip. Comfortable hotel rooms, a cosy restaurant and a beauty and wellness centre with a wide variety of services await you. Aqua Spa, the hotel’s sauna and water centre, is perfect for relaxing, while the state-of-the-art conference centre is ideal for seminars and meetings.
The 4-star Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel is located in the centre of Tallinn in the immediate vicinity of Passenger Terminal A. Terminal D is 1 km away, the train station is 1.7 km away, and Tallinn Airport is 5 km away from the hotel.
The Tallink Spa and Conference Hotel is a certified Green Key hotel and venue, meaning they follow the standards of excellence in sustainability and environmental responsibility.
Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel have 300 comfortable rooms in different categories: Standard room, Double de luxe, Superior, Superior de luxe, Superior suite, Premium, Premium de luxe, Premium suite. On the 5th floor of the hotel there are renovated rooms decorated in light and natural colours with extra comfort and spacious beds. Rooms have views of the Old Town, the sea or the hotel water park. One and two-room suites in premium and superior category are more spacious than usual. Superior rooms are equipped with very comfortable and ergonomic Yankee- or queen-type beds (wide and high). There are connecting rooms for families and for disabled guests.
MEETINGS & EVENTS
The modern conference centre that consists of 6 conference halls is located on the second floor of the hotel. The largest theatre-style hall has room for 263 guests. The conference centre offers the possibility to organise various receptions and gala dinners.
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|Romantika + Galaxy 1+2||263||130||–||250||120||240|
|Romantika + Galaxy 2||175||90||–||165||80||165|
|Fantaasia + Meloodia + Victoria||152||78||64||120||60||140|
|Fantaasia + Meloodia||98||48||44||75||–||93|
|Meloodia + Victoria||96||48||40||75||–||90|
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DINING & ENTERTAINMENT
The best way to describe restaurant Nero is to say “modern classic”. In developing the á la carte menu, chef Virgo Lillepool has orchestrated his team to create the world’s classic culinary pearls in their own key, offering guests joy both in discovery and recognition.
The 175-seat restaurant with its easy-to-move furniture, modern sound and video system, built-in stage, and dance floor is the perfect place for events such as receptions, weddings, company parties and more.
The lobby bar, in addition to drinks, serves sandwiches and locally-made cakes.
AQUA SPA AND SAUNAS
Far more than a place to sleep, Tallink Spa & Conference Hotel also offers facilities for the pleasant invigoration of the body, mind, and soul. The Aqua Spa aquatic centre provides a wide variety of saunas and pools, and the beauty salon makes the best in beauty and wellness services available to guests.
Reception staff are at your service 24 hours a day, and are on hand to provide a prompt and professional service.
ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES AND GREEN KEY
Tallink Hotels cares about the environment through incorporating the principles of sustainable development in its daily activities. In recognition of this, all Tallink hotels have now been certified with the Green Key eco-label – definitely the place to be if you’re looking for a Green Key hotel in Tallinn.
Tallink hotels focus on environmental sustainability on a daily basis and in all activities. Their hotels and restaurants are increasingly preferring local produce to shorten the supply chain, and purchase eco-label, environmentally friendly products. Emphasis is also placed on sorting waste by type, and by joining Ringo’s packaging recycling system they contribute to reducing the amount of packaging waste. In addition, Tallink Hotels has collaborated with fashion designer Xenia Joost, who used old hotel bed sheets to design her collection, thereby creating sustainable fashion.
Their ecological footprint is also minimised by reducing the use of paper. For example, their key card holders have been swapped out for small stickers. In the rooms, disposable bathroom cosmetics have been replaced with large refillable bottles, and rooms are cleaned every second day, although they suggest that guests forgo housekeeping altogether, if possible. Guests are also involved with other eco-friendly activities, as they’re encouraged to save water, energy and food, for example by asking guests to place a reasonable amount of food on their plates during breakfast. Stairs instead of elevators and eco-friendly transport to get around the city are just a few of the green alternatives outlined on their website.
More information about Tallink Hotels’ sustainable development activities can be found here: Tallink Hotels’ corporate social responsibility