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Housed in a 13th-century merchant’s house, this boutique hotel in Tallinn fits in perfectly with its UNESCO-protected medieval surroundings. With a heritage that sees a series of well-established families and nobles entering its doors, Schlossle Hotel has been carefully restored to its former glory.
The hideaway has been beautifully furnished with stylish décor and modern facilities, with beamed ceilings, antique furnishings and exposed stone walls serving as characterful reminders of its medieval past.
Step through over the threshold and you’ll be greeted with the lobby’s rustic wooden ceiling and crackling fireplace - enough to engulf you in that old-world feel in no time at all. Elsewhere in the hotel, spiralling staircases, preserved features and little nooks and crannies only add to the city gem’s historic charm.
The hotel’s Stenhus Restaurant is tucked away in the basement, where you can dine within arched exposed stone walls and under a rustic wooden ceiling. Here you can tuck into traditional Nordic dishes with an innovative Ethiopian twist.
A good breakfast is served in the mornings and is included in most room rates (see rate detail below).
Rooms have been individually designed with a focus on preserving the hotel’s medieval past, with more modern features bringing it right into the 21st-century. With no two rooms the same, expect anything from wood-beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls and antiques, set off by stylish fabrics or contemporary light fittings. Bathrooms are modern and come with designer toiletries.
Who said city breaks couldn’t be relaxing? The hotel not only has a sauna, but also offers a range of massages and beauty treatments.
Exploring Tallinn is a must while you’re here, with plenty of the sights right on your doorstep. Hire a bike from the hotel and whiz through the city on wheels, or else stroll down the cobbled streets and take in the UNESCO-protected medieval architecture. The Town Hall Square is right by the hotel, while St Mary’s Cathedral and Alexander Nevsky Cathedral are both within a ten-minute walk.