The Three Sisters Hotel5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
The Three Sisters was a treat. A great place to stay and unwind and take in Tallinn Olt Town and beyond. Friendly and helpful staff, delicious breakfast and wonderful restaurant. Everything was perfect.
It is an old building successfully refurbished into modern hotel. The upper floors are better, but the elevator doesn't reach them, so you need to climb one more. The staff can help you more than you expect!
We loved our stay at the Three Sisters! The service was excellent, the Piano Suite was perfectly decorated for us and we didn't even miss breakfast, despite being quite late. All in all The Three Sisters fully lived up and outperformed out expectations! Thank you so much!
I visited many hotels, but this is the best one. I will back to this hotel again. Based in Old Tallin. Every room is unique. Service real 5 stars !!! Quality %100 !!! Very helpful staff. Every detail in room just best quality.
This is a nicely restored hotel. Rooms have character and yet are modern. The staff of the hotel is fabulous. Breakfast is delicious. And, the hotel is in Old Town, but not on the central square so you get the best of both worlds.
We had a room in the courtyard area - it was stylish and very comfortable. Perhaps a little dark however. We were disturbed a couple of times by the music playing in the courtyard area late at night and early in the morning, which we think was an error. Breakfast was good with a plentiful buffet. We thought the décor in the main dining room would be much improved by replacing the heavy furniture with something light and more modern, more in keeping with the new wall. It's an odd mix of old and new. The staff were friendly and helpful.
The location is perfect - just inside the town walls, so you benefit from being within the 'must-experience' Old Town, but without having to negotiate its narrow streets on arrival and departure. It blends period charm (in this case C15) with modern facilities (including free Wi-Fi and very generously sized baths). It is one of the handsomest and most photographed buildings in Tallinn, but it is quiet by night and has the bonus of a peaceful courtyard garden. I would strongly recommend dinner in the lofty timbered restaurant for the ambience, food and service, all of which were good. We had the tasting menu, with recommended wines, and enjoyed every dish, as well as the slick and helpful service. The hotel also had a friendly and well-stocked bar. At breakfast, we had trouble with dishes ordered from the kitchen - our orders were twice misremembered, and everything was overcooked except for a 'hunk' of sauce with the eggs benedict which a cook forgot to microwave! I'd stick with the buffet, which was fine. The front desk was particularly helpful, suggesting things to see and do, and sorting out travel problems for us. All in all, a very pleasant two-night stay. We wish we could have spared longer.
Full of history, Great staff. The hotel, in 14th century bulidings, is within extensive medeaval Old Town Tallinn, which should be on everyone's bucket list to visit for a few days. Bordoo restaurant within the hotel excellent, absolute gourmet quality. Reiner in dining room and Annikka on reception super.in particular.
Room was nice and cozy. Also, it kept silent in night - which is important point of old tallinn. Breakfast was extraordinary - you must try organic carrot juice! Service was also good. They offered everything they can. Thank you very much three sisters, I miss you!
The Three Sisters hotel has a reputation as being one of the better options in Tallinn. My friend and I spent two nights there and we had a lovely visit. Upon checking in we were told that our room had been upgraded. We had purchased a package that included a welcome bottle of sparkling wine, a tray of desserts, a four-course dinner at Bordoo, the hotel's gourmet restaurant and two TallinnCards. My friend and I found the package to be a pretty good deal and enjoyed our stay. PROS: #1 The hotel did a very good job with renovations. Despite the fact that the buildings date back to the 14th century, the plumbing and lighting are modern. #2 The location was an easy five or ten-minute walk to the heart of Tallinn and other sites. CONS: #1 Unfortunately the modern touch it's missing is A/C. It got stuffy with the windows closed and at night if you leave the windows open you can hear street traffic and people talking. #2 In our suite there were two sliding doors to get to the bathroom. The bed is right next to the doors, and if you get up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom it's almost impossible not to disturb the other person.
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86% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 541 reviews