Tallink Spa and Conference Hotel4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Nothing special in this SPA hotel. Booking through Tallink website was ok but in the end I didn´t understand if booking was made or not. Hotel is close to harbor and old town. Room was nice but just tv was old. Wardrobes were too big in room and shoes you have to rent yourself if you don t bring yourself. SPA water was very cold and sauna areas some of them was stinky and cold saunas. Some other peole who came from pool complained the same issue. How can Tallinnk group can afford this reputation? Evening buffee wasn t good for this price. Poor selection of food and in the end they bring cold chicken fillets to warm buffee? What is this? Breakfast was good. That is it.
Nice welcome in the reception, got checked in well before 15.00 and got a nice impression of the hotel from the start. Well cleaned room with comfortable beds. Could update the bathrobes though :). They were a bit worn out. Spa was nice, good bartender (blonde guy) But the water was a bit could. Overall a very nice stay, returning in a month. Really like the city of Tallinn aswell :)
Slow service at reception, the pools had cold water, I expect hot water in at least the jacuzzis. They make tou pay 2,9 euro for the slippers and they don't give you a new bathrobe per day so you get to walk around in a wet robe if you use the spa more than one day. The bathroom in our room smelled like a sewer. Simply, don't book this hotel.
The range of saunas and steam rooms was great and although the spa was busy, you did not feel crowded out. If there was one gripe - the water in the swimming areas was too cool and did not seem to reflect the temperatures displayed on the wall. That said, it was a great 2 hour break and sitting in the hot tub with drinks was very relaxing.
Nice hotel, and good breakfast. Clean hotel. There were too little personel on the reseption. There was a huge queue on check-in. The breakfast was historical, there wasn't enough personel to handel so many customers. The queues were very long and there wasn't enough food and cups etc. The coffee machine was broken. The breakfast was a chaos. There was also a drunken man from the streets eating everything and leaving part of eaten food on the serving tables, used the napking which was for cutting the bread. He cleaned his face with it and left it to the same place on the breads. There was such a chaos that nobody noticed him. And nobody controlled who could come and eat the breakfast. The room was clean but the TV was smallest one I've seen. You hardly could see it when lying on the bed. You had to pay á 2,5€ for the bath shoes. The spa was clean and nice. The water was really cold for a spa. Everyvody was on two small bubble baths. The bigger pool was based on drinking in the bar. There were many hidden benches in the pool and it was dangerous to swim on the pool. Not for children. And the statue "peing boy to the pool" was weird. It was difficult to get to the spa. You had to que to get a key and it was the same person who got them and to whom you paid your bar bills when going out of the spa. So the both queues were really long and The whole entrance was filled with queues and only one person to serve. Wouldn't go again. Nice hotel but way too little personel for so many guests. And not for children. The restaurant ala carte was great but really expensive, about the same price as in better restaurants in Helsinki.
This review is only for the spa, as I was not guest at the hotel, only visiting the spa. Please don't go there if you are going for a spa-trip in Estonia. This country is known for spa, and this is embarassing. The staff by the desk was not welcoming at all. The spa maintanance is old and well used. The only usefull facilities that they had was simple pools, sauna, showers and a overpriced pool bar. The hamam-bath was not functioning (cold) and smelling bad! The steam-room was dirty and smelled sweaty. The "walk-through" shower rooms you need to pass before entering the sauna area, are stinking so bad I had to cover my nose and hold my breath walking there. That this hotel can't even keep the spa clean and hygenic when it's already poor, makes me think if the staff would even like to spend time there themselves? Don't waste your time and money there. There's plenty of other spas around that will give you a wonderfull experience.
We were sooo looking forward to our stay here, especially the SPA. It looks amazing but the water is freezing and was not enjoyable at all, we heard so many guests complaing about the same thing. The bathrobes were totally worn out with big holes and threads hangning everywhere. The saunas were too cold. The staff in the bar was on the edge of being rude and the drinks were not well made at all. They say they have roomservice until 22:30 at night but when we called for it at around 21 the man in the reception were unfriendly and wondered why we tried ordering so late and that the chef already went home. Dinnerbuffe - ok for the price, breakfast better. Room pretty nice. The man in the laugage room was very serviceminded, give him a raise! :) We chose this hotell because of the SPA but that was so disappointing beacause of the cold water that we for sure will stay at another hotel on our next trip to Tallinn. Too bad when the enviroment was good!
I have visited this hotel several times and I am very satisfied with it. The hotel is clean and modern, easy to park in the garage, frienly personal, good SPA area, breakfast and dinner buffets also tasty.They have reserved me the room in the upper floor and at the end of the corridoor whenever I have asked it and if I hadn´t reserved a luxury room. The rooms have always been clean. So as I said; the best stay in Tallinn, I think.
Was there for a roundtable conference for about 5 days in August. Location: about 15 minutes walking to the old city and very close to the ferry terminal Food: the conference organisers had taken care of the food, so will not be reviewing it. The good: the pool is quite nice and the bartenders can make a mean cocktail:) The bad: did not like the decor. One experience though will never make me go back - we reached the breakfast right at closing time and naturally had very few things left to eat. What ticked us was the behaviour of the manager... he walked to table, and literally shouted at us (also gestuted wildly!!) to get out..we must have been about 5 minutes past scheduled closing time. It was no way to react!! Have never seen such rude behaviour anywhere... we were anyways about to leave... Will definetly not go back.
The room was dark, small and nothing cosy about it. I had a narrow window, but there was no light coming in from there (it opened into the corner of the spa and you could not look out of it), so basically you could say that there was no window. We stayed with a large group and we had too many errors - I had to update the door card each day, some people from my group arrived late in the night and had to wait for their rooms for another hour. It would have been okay if the bar would have been open, but it was closed on midnight. Also, when one of my colleague got the room card, he went to the room, but another family was in there! And this situation happened twice for our group! It would be okay if you do not care about comfort and only want to visit the spa, but I was there on a business trip and it left a really bad impression to my colleagues.
- Walking distance to St. Olav's Church and Town Hall Square
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Tallink Spa and Conference Hotel places you within a 15-minute stroll of popular sights such as St. Olav's Church and Town Hall Square. This 275-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like a full-service spa and an outdoor pool. It's also close to St Mary's Cathedral and St. Nicholas' Church.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Start your day off with buffet breakfast, available for a fee.
All 275 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, safes, and phones. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also standard.
At Tallink Spa and Conference Hotel, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. Self parking is available for EUR 15.00 per day. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with dry cleaning/laundry and concierge services. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a health club, a spa tub, and a sauna.
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68% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 924 reviews