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What We Love

  • A 19th-century stay near Tallinn’s Old Town, with breakfast and a bottle of wine
  • Staying within an easy amble of Tallinn’s UNESCO-listed mediaeval Old Town
  • Sampling simple Estonian classics in Emmeline & Otto restaurant
  • Kicking your stay off in style with a bottle of wine in your room on arrival

What To Know

  • It's a 10-minute stroll to the central Old Town
  • There's live music at the terrace on the weekends
  • The small spa is relaxing, and some guestrooms have jacuzzi tubs
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A 19th-century hotel near Tallinn’s beautiful Old Town, with breakfast and a bottle of wine

The Lowdown

Situated within an easy amble of Tallinn’s UNESCO-listed mediaeval Old Town, the von Stackelberg Hotel can be found at the foot of beautiful Toompea Hill. The former city estate of the German-Baltic Baron von Stackelberg provides the perfect city base with beautifully refurbished 19th-century interiors, a cosy Lobby Bar and spacious guestrooms.
After a day wandering the streets of this charming and colourful city, you’ll be able to soothe sightseeing weary muscles at the ZEN-Spa by ridding your body of toxins in the Japanese sauna, wiling away an hour in the soothing Jacuzzi or treating yourself to an aromatherapy massage in one of three stylish treatment rooms. At Emmeline & Otto restaurant, the emphasis is on simple and delicious Estonian fare, and there’s a courtyard for al fresco dining during the warmer months.


ZEN rooms at the von Stackelberg Hotel provide guests with space for interrupted R&R, with natural furnishings, exposed stonework and rich dark wood furniture. That’s not to say you won’t find modern comforts aplenty here, including a bathroom with Jacuzzi and heated floor, a flatscreen TV with satellite channels and high-speed internet.
Room amenities:- High-speed internet access- Flatscreen computers- Flatscreen TV with satellite channels- Coffee and tea facilities- Digital safe- Minibar- Air conditioning- Bathrobes and slippers- Bathroom with a Jacuzzi and heated floor- Toiletries


Limestone walls and wooden ceilings up the intimacy factor in Emmeline & Otto restaurant – named after Baron von Theophil von Stackelberg’s daughter and son. The menu emulates their passion for good food and good company, showcasing simple and delicious Estonian cuisine. If you visit during the warmer months, pick an al fresco table for dining in The Courtyard.


Make use of the hotel’s exposed brickwork- and Buddha-clad Zen-SPA, which features three welcoming treatment rooms, a Japanese sauna and ZEN pool. Round things off with a body, facial, hand or foot treatment, or a massage, using 100% natural SPA products.


Staying at the foot of Toompea Hill, you’ll be within strolling distance of Toompea Castle and Nevsky Cathedral. Venturing further into this Baltic capital city, you’ll discover a mesmerising mix of old and new, from polished shopping malls and inviting places to eat to baroque architecture and café-lined squares.

How to Get There

Von Stackelberg Hotel
Toompuiestee 23
Tallinn, 10137 Estonia


4.5 Very Good 854 Reviews
Wonderful stay apart from loud airconditioning
Reviewed 2 days ago

Air conditioning making loud sudden noises throughout the night.Otherwise quite perfect, we had a Zen Deluxe room with a romance packet. The spa was wonderful to have for just the two of us. Also the jacuzzi in our room was super.

Great location, wonderful hotel, helpful staff - and fantastic breakfast.
Reviewed 5 days ago

The hotel is in a former mansion house, around a central courtyard and a converted stables block. It is just outside the old town castle area of Tallinn, with a 10 minutes walk (up a hill) getting you there with no complications. Although situated on a busy road and with our room facing this road directly, we had no problem with street noise: instead, we had a great view up the hill to the start of the old town.

The welcome was very friendly and helpful, and all subsequent dealings with the staff left a very good impression on me. The room was lovely, as was the bathroom. We had a zen room.

The breakfast was excellent, with constantly attentive staff and a great choice of food - nothing seemed to run out and there was a chef permanently available.

There is a small car park, made even smaller by some work being done in it. The entry to the car park took a little bit of finding due to the one way system.

I would love to return to this hotel if / when I am in Tallinn again.

It’s okay as 3*, not 4*
Reviewed 6 days ago

Might be better, might be cleaner and the staff should be more polite. Location is perfect, breakfast is rich. The courtyard is very cozy. Hotel offers two parkings, the cheaper one can be full, but the staff doesn’t mind to check it.

Excellent hotel with great service.
Reviewed 1 week ago

This hotel was a real surprise—nicely located on the edge of a beautiful park and central to walk everywhere. The spa was a great experience, and the bed was one of the better hotel beds I’ve slept in!

Perfect hotel for a city break in Tallinn
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a wonderful stay at the von Stackelberg Hotel in Tallinn in March. Our room was lovely and full of character, and despite it being very much so below zero, we were nice and warm. The breakfast was possibly my favourite hotel breakfast buffet I have ever had - it really had everything. Highlights were the delicious smoked salmon and the cakes and pastries. I really enjoyed it every morning and it negated our need to stop for lunch in the afternoon. The location of this hotel is excellent, we walked everywhere throughout our trip (often in thick snow!!) and didn't use public transport at all. All the staff were really helpful and friendly. I have no complaints at all! If I return to Tallinn I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again, and I always advise friends and family who are considering visiting the city to stay here. For a city centre hotel of this standard, it is incredibly cheap. As a Brit, I would call this a budget hotel price with an obvious 4* standard. I'm not sure if it is considered quite so cheap by local standards, but it is certainly very affordable. Thank you for a lovely time :)