An acclaimed Relais & Chateaux hotel graced by numerous celebrities, with breakfast and moreKnowing that everyone from rock stars to royalty has stayed here
Dining at Bordoo, a destination restaurant with ambitions to gain its first Michelin star
The eclectic, timber-framed Nordic style
The old wooden staircase and huge arched doorways
A 14th-century Relais & Chateaux hotel, with stylish interiors and a gourmet restaurant - includes breakfast and a welcome cocktail
Like the city of Tallinn, The Three Sisters is an enchanting blend of old and new. So named after the three 14th-century merchants' houses that comprise the property, this charming boutique find is a dream of wooden beams, antique chandeliers and contemporary Nordic style.
Interiors reveal carefully restored frescoes, huge arched doorways and 600-year-old timber, now paired with artisan furnishings and discreet modern technology. If antique sleigh beds and historic wooden staircase aren't quite enough to tempt you, perhaps Bordoo will. At the hotel's own up-and-coming gourmet restaurant, you can enjoy cutting-edge Nordic and fusion food like sambuca scallops, complemented by a comprehensive wine list.
Located at the end of a cobblestone street in the medieval walled old town, this TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence-winning hotel is a lovingly preserved heirloom of Estonian history.This five-star Relais & Chateaux member has not only earned acclaim from international press (including The New York Times and The Telegraph), but played host to countless rock stars, royals and dignitaries. The country's own prime minister has checked in here, as have Queen Elizabeth II, Sting and Lenny Kravitz (though not all at once, disappointingly).
Individually designed, each room is dramatically different from the next. The theme is eclectic, comprising a marriage of Old World charm and hip Nordic style.
Bordoo restaurant is one of the finest dining rooms in the city, serving an ambitious and unique menu of Nordic and fusion dishes. Signature dishes include the Nordic sea broth and "The Perfect Beef," cooked at 135 degrees for flawless succulence. Desserts include dishes like cheese cigars made with olive and cloudberry, plus light, heavenly blinis.
Tallinn is a medieval city of cobblestone streets, historic churches and pretty courtyards. The old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and there's a sense that this city is on the cusp of becoming a favorite of the European fashion crowd. While compact, it has plenty of top-flight boutiques, markets, cafés, restaurants and nightclubs to uncover. The must-see Kardriorg Palace and Garden and the National Art Museum are east of the hotel, about a 30-minute walk or 15-minute drive away.