Overview

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When you want to visit Tallinn?

Tallinn is a great choice for travellers who can afford to extend their festivities, the annual Christmas market is open until mid-January.

January is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

Tallinn is still frosty in February, don't forget to hop in The Olde Hansa for a glass of warm spiced wine.

Tallinn is cool in February. Flights and hotels are cheap, the snowed Old Town is charming and the whole place is less crowded.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

March is off-season in Tallinn, it's still cold and there might be even snowing.

But low season in Tallinn has its own advantages.

Flights and hotels are cheap, so take your chance to get the best deal from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

The April weather can be very different in Tallinn. It could be snowing heavily or it could be a classic spring month, sunny and bright.

For late April you might even need a cool Estonian T-shirt.

For late April you will see prices go up, but generally it's still low season, so you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Also check LateRooms.com for exclusive offers on guesthouses and hotels.

In early May Tallinn will be full of tourists, particularly Finnish and Russian.

May is a great month to visit Tallinn, don't miss Kadriorg Park.

High season in Tallinn starts in May, so the prices go up, but you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Special offers are also available on LateRooms.com.

In midsummer night seems to be non-existent in Tallinn, as this is the time of Estonian white nights.

Lots of events in Tallinn are scheduled for July, try to catch Old Reval Medieval Days or Tallinn Maritime Days.

July is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual, but you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

June is perfect for long walks around Tallinn Old Town, in midsummer night seems to be non-existent in Tallinn, as this is the time of Estonian white nights.

Don't forget that there's actually a sea beach in Tallinn.

June is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual, but you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

August is a great time to explore Estonian nature or experience an authentic Estonian sauna.

August is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual, but you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

Tallinn is charming in September, but be prepared for cold weather and rain as well.

September is a great month to experience an authentic Estonian sauna.

By the end of September the low season starts in Estonia, so you will see some cheap prices on flights and hotels.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

October is a cold month in Tallinn, there will be some rain as well.

But the Old Town is charming and it's less crowded in October.

Flights and hotels are cheap in October, so take your chance to get the best deal from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

November is more like a winter month in Tallinn, it will be snowing or raining or both.

Don't forget to hop in The Olde Hansa for a glass of warm spiced wine.

Tallinn is cool in November. Flights and hotels are cheap, the snowed Old Town is charming and the whole place is less crowded.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

December is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

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Special ingredients

Spa The exclusive ZEN Spa features three treatment rooms, including one for dual treatments, a sauna, and a Japanese pool.
Stylish The interiors have a medieval feel but retain their creature comforts. The stone walls and wooden floors add to its charm.
Historic The former city estate features grand historic buildings that once housed the baron's mansion, stables, and gardens.
Boutique The von Stackelberg features a total of 43 guest rooms and suites. There are 19 standard rooms, 18 ZEN rooms, 6 ZEN Deluxe rooms, 2 unique suites. The hotel's Standard Rooms have recently been renovated.
Business Meeting rooms with banquet facilities are available for conferences or seminars. Office services such as faxing and photocopying are available.
Park nearby Falgi park is nearby, it's the perfect place for young children. Historic Hirve Park where people came to openly protest against the Soviet occupation in 1987 is also very close.

Dmitrii Siling
on The Von Stackelberg

The Von Stackelberg hotel can be found at the foot of Toompea hill, just a short distance away from Toompea Castle and Nevsky Cathedral. Despite its central location, there aren't too many tourists around compared with the Old Town. The historical building dates back to 1875. The Von Stackelberg has its own spa facilities, including a Japanese pool, which is perfect for a relaxing day indoors. The restaurant serves great Estonian cuisine. I'm also very pleased that the hotel was awarded a Green Key certificate in recognition of its concern for the environment. The courtyard is another special feature that I adore. For a little outdoor exercise, there's a park nearby, where you can take long walks or jog. Falgi park is the perfect place for young children, where they can find umpteen things to play with.

Facilities available

  • Bar
  • Courtyard
  • Hypoallergenic room
  • Restaurant
  • Spa
  • Conference facilities
  • Disabled access
  • Massage
  • Sauna

The Von Stackelberg Hotel aims to please, while catering to a varied clientele. With all of the choices on offer, guests agree that it does exactly that.

For those who want a tailored holiday experience, the hotel provides a full range of special packages.

Since the hotel is a fair distance away from the nightlife scene, visitors find they can have a good night's sleep without any disturbances.

 

The former city estate features grand historic buildings that once housed the baron's mansion, stables, gardens, and more. A beautiful courtyard is found within, surrounded by the buildings and the old stable, and features a grand fountain at the foot of the main staircase. The interiors have a medieval feel but retain their creature comforts. The stone walls and wooden floors add to its charm.

 

Lobby baar / Lobby Bar

Posted by Unique Hotels Estonia on 25 марта 2015 г.

This luxury lifestyle hotel started out as the city estate of a German-Baltic aristocrat, Baron von Stackelberg. Built in the 19th century, 1874, to be exact, it has its own cozy little corner right next to Estonia's medieval Old Town. It was completely restored from 2010 to 2011 and is always being updated and renovated.

Food & Drink

Breakfast is served buffet style at the hotel's restaurant, La Boheme Bar & Brasserie. Based in a cellar that was renovated to accept guests, the restaurant is open throughout the day and offers delightful French cuisine.

The Kaval Ants Farm, in addition to operating as a conference venue, also hosts dinners, by request, serving up either rustic Estonian cuisine and folklore-related shows or Estonian haute cuisine with classical music.

 

Siseõu/ The Courtyard

Posted by Unique Hotels Estonia on 17 июня 2015 г.

Lobby Bar

At the lobby bar, you can settle in next to the fireplace with a nice book from the library corner. The windows overlook a romantic courtyard. On the bar menu, one can find a variety of snacks, teas, coffees, wines, beers, and cocktails. The lobby bar is perfect for a coffee break, afternoon tea, a pre-dinner aperitif, or a night cap.

La Boheme Bar & Brasserie

The restaurant can be found in the hotel's old cellar, based in the main building. The opera-themed French brasserie-style restaurant hosts up to 60 patrons. The contemporary décor features stone, wood, and glass.

The fine dining a la carte menu offers a selection of snacks, salads and daily favorites, as well as a special children's menu. The Unique Breakfast is also served here as a fresh, natural, healthy option. This is the perfect spot for a business lunch or romantic candlelit dinner.

Kaval-Ants Farm

The unusual name of this venue comes from an Estonian legend (Kaval Ants is a witty character in old Estonian folktales). Used for dinners, parties, receptions, and product launches, it can be found in the renovated stables of the old city estate, above the courtyard. Decorated as an authentic Estonian farmhouse, it features limestone walls, old wooden beams, and tall glass doors delivering lots of natural light. The venue caters dinners with rustic national cuisine and folkloric shows. It can also handle European dinners with Estonian haute cuisine and the very best classical music.

The Courtyard

Closed in by the former von Stackelberg city estate's old buildings on three sides and the former stables on the fourth side, the Courtyard has a lovely intimate quality that adds to its charm. A round fountain, laid with granite, sits at the foot of the main staircase. The granite slabs around the fountain appear in the form of an honor circle, which is unique to Estonia's historic manors.

The Courtyard is an excellent spot for a coffee break or a quick meal. Events are scheduled here during the summertime.

Private dining in your room

If you need to get away from the crowds or just for a change of pace, dinner in your room, catered by room service, may be ideal, particularly if you have a suite with its own lounge area, which is perfect for entertaining your own guests.

 

Hommikusöök voodis / Breakfast in bed

Posted by Unique Hotels Estonia on 25 марта 2015 г.

 

Rooms & Suites

The von Stackelberg features a total of 43 guest rooms and suites. There are 19 standard rooms, 18 ZEN rooms, 6 ZEN Deluxe rooms, 2 unique suites. The hotel's Standard Rooms have recently been renovated. They are all spacious and elegantly decorated. The rooms are air-conditioned and have writing desks with a flat-screen computer monitor and free Internet access. The rooms also include coffee and tea making facilities as well as digital safes. In the bathrooms, you can find heated floors, a hairdryer, and exclusive walk-in showers or baths. The décor of all rooms has been chosen to showcase an elegant style that matches the brick walls and wooden floors.

 

Zen Deluxe tuba / Zen Deluxe room

Posted by Unique Hotels Estonia on 25 марта 2015 г.

All natural materials have been used in the ZEN rooms. The bathrooms have natural stone tiles and a Jacuzzi bathtub or power shower. Bathrobes and slippers are also provided, along with extra bathroom products. All other facilities and features are the same as those offered in standard rooms. ZEN Deluxe rooms are similar, except they come with a pillow menu to choose the right pillow for a good night's sleep and vary in size. Guests can choose between a single bed or a double/twin bed room. The rate includes the Unique Breakfast and VAT. ZEN Deluxe rooms also feature an in-room lounge.

Staying in a suite

The hotel features two unique suites called ZEN Suites. They are both very spacious and have a separate lounge area with its own sofa bed. The bathrooms feature a Jacuzzi bathtub or power shower, extra bathroom products, bathrobes and slippers, and a hairdryer. In the room, you'll find the usual coffee and tea making facilities, a writing desk with a flat-screen computer monitor, flat-screen TV, telephone, digital safe, minibar, and free WiFi. There's also a pillow menu for those who need special types of pillows to get a good night's sleep. Designed to match the other rooms, the suites also have dark stone walls, high ceilings, and wooden floors and are decorated in natural colors, allowing a good deal of daylight into the room through the tall glass windows.

What is inside

The air-conditioned rooms at Von Stackelberg provide a personal safe, tea and coffee-making facilities, and a writing desk with a flat-screen desktop monitor to access the free Internet service. The bathrooms have heated floors and either walk-in showers or luxury baths. The Zen rooms and suites also offer jacuzzi baths and a range of aromatherapy accessories.

Location


Located at the foot of Toompea Hill, it is only a short walk from St Mary's Cathedral. Bars and nightclubs are only a short drive away, so those who want to participate in the night-time action will not have too far to go.

Meeting Rooms

Business executives can make use of the free WiFi to stay in touch with the office. Meeting rooms with banquet facilities are available for conferences or seminars. Office services such as faxing and photocopying are available.

The perfect meeting room

Four meeting rooms are on offer at the hotel, each filled with plenty of natural daylight. The largest of these is Kaval Ants Farm, which was once the old city estate's stables and has now been redesigned and renovated to serve as a venue for conferences, parties, folkloric shows with dinner, and more. It provides state-of-the-art presentation equipment and can host up to 120 people. The large glass doors open out onto the courtyard, which can be included as part of the conference space. Designed as an authentic Estonian farmhouse, the venue features limestone walls and old wooden beams on the roof.

 

Kaval-Antsu Talu

Posted by Unique Hotels Estonia on 25 марта 2015 г.

The Alexandrine meeting room can stand alone, hosting up to 10 people for dinner or 20 people in theatre-style seating, or can be combined with the larger Kaval Ants Farm venue. The room can also be arranged for an "Executive Board Meeting" style. All events hosted here can make use of a customized catering menu, with meals served either within the room or out in the sunny courtyard. The hotel restaurant is available for meals as well. Private business lunches or dinners can easily be accommodated here.

The Karoline meeting room on the second floor is the second largest venue and can host up to 30 people in theatre-style seating arrangements. This room can be combined with any of the others for use as a breakout room or separate workshop area. Customized catering is available.

The Wilhelmine meeting room is the smallest of the lot, hosting only12 participants in a theatre-style set up. It is ideal for intimate gatherings and small meetings.

Hosting events at The Von Stackelberg

The von Stackelberg provides a range of conference and function halls in a historical setting. Conferences and corporate or private events can all be accommodated. The courtyard, the former stable of the estate, acts one of many venues. The conference center offers four rooms, of which the largest is Kaval-Ants Farm, seating up to 100 people. Three smaller meeting rooms, Karoline, Alexandrine, and Wilhelmine, can host up to 30 delegates for workshops, training sessions, and seminars. All conference rooms are equipped with modern presentation technology, secure Wi-Fi Internet, and free parking for delegates. Coffee and tea break menus, buffet lunches, and other set menus can be customized to meet your needs. All rooms have plenty of natural daylight.

Kaval Ants Farm, named for an old Estonian legend, is found above the courtyard in the stables of the von Stackelberg city estate. As a conference venue, it is equipped with advanced presentation technology and can accommodate up to 120 delegates.

Three smaller meetings rooms, named for ladies in the von Stackelberg family, can seat up to 20-30 delegates.

ZEN Spa

Relaxing at ZEN Spa

The exclusive ZEN Spa features three treatment rooms (including one for dual treatments), a sauna, and a Japanese pool. Spa services must be booked in advance, at least 90 minutes beforehand. The spa is open from 9 am to 8 pm daily. Special arrangements can be made for other times. Some of the preferred treatments include Lava stone massage, manicures with OPI gel polish, Golden Veil face treatment, classic massage, honey massage, and time in the sauna with the ZEN pool.

 

Zen-SPA Jaapani bassein ja saun / Zen-SPA Japanese pool and sauna

Posted by Unique Hotels Estonia on 25 марта 2015 г.

Japanese bath and sauna

Snacks and drinks can be ordered within the sauna from a special menu. You can hire the sauna for private use for an hour and a half or you can use it with other hotel guests for a much lower price. After using the sauna, guests are advised to hop in the Japanese bath for 15 minutes at the most to lock in the comfortable heat. To cool down a bit, guests can take a quick, cool blast under the rain shower.

ZEN Spa day packages

Spa day packages have been created to allow people of all ages a chance to enjoy the spa experience. For young girls, aged 6 to 12 years, the Young Princess Elsa package is a blast. On arrival, the girl receives a cool milkshake, followed by a children's version of the golden massage and a hand and foot treatment with a manicure/pedicure, where she can choose the color of nail polish that she likes best.

Mothers and daughters who want to share a special experience together will enjoy the Mother and Daughter Day Spa. The two must arrive at the spa at 9:30 am. They receive private use of the sauna and Japanese pool for 1.5 hours as well as sparkling wine and a special snack platter. The mother receives an anti-ageing citrus body treatment for 45 minutes, while the daughter receives a double dessert body treatment for 45 minutes. Both receive a 30-minute facial after that, followed by a surprise two-course lunch in the restaurant. After that, they each get a manicure and pedicure for 60 minutes each, with a glass of champagne to enjoy as the technicians work. After the treatments are done, mother and daughter receive a chocolate fondant with berry sauce, served with vanilla ice-cream and coffee or tea.

For singles looking for a chance to unwind, the Luxury Day Spa may be just the thing. Starting at 9:30 am, the guest receives one hour of private use of the sauna and Japanese pool, along with a cheese board, fruit, and sparkling wine. Thereafter, the guest receives a one-hour golden body treatment and a one-hour golden facial. Lunch is the Lava Stone Grill served with fresh juice, followed by a one-hour manicure and one-hour pedicure.

Many other packages are available as well and can be viewed on the hotel website. To enter the spa, an entrance pass must be purchased at the reception and retained throughout the visit.

The on-site luxury day spa provides a range of massages and beauty treatments, as well as a sauna and Japanese pool. Spa packages include private use of the sauna and Japanese pool for an hour and a half, two treatments per head, and a specially prepared lunch, in addition to the Zen room for the night and buffet breakfast the next morning.

 

 

Essentials

Check-in
14:00
Check-out
12:00
Cancellation/
prepayment
Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the room conditions when selecting your room above.
Internet
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge
Languages spoken
English, Russian, Estonian
Group bookings
When booking more than 8 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Pets
Pets are allowed if advance notice is given. Charges may be applicable.
Parking
Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and charges are applicable.
Children and extra beds
All children are welcome. One child under 12 years stays free of charge when using existing beds. Up to two children under 3 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
Cards accepted at this property American Express    
Currencies accepted EUR, USD
Non smoking
Non-smoking rooms
Address
Toompuiestee 23, Tallinn City-Centre, 10137 Tallinn, Estonia
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When you want to visit Tallinn?

Tallinn is a great choice for travellers who can afford to extend their festivities, the annual Christmas market is open until mid-January.

January is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

Tallinn is still frosty in February, don't forget to hop in The Olde Hansa for a glass of warm spiced wine.

Tallinn is cool in February. Flights and hotels are cheap, the snowed Old Town is charming and the whole place is less crowded.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

March is off-season in Tallinn, it's still cold and there might be even snowing.

But low season in Tallinn has its own advantages.

Flights and hotels are cheap, so take your chance to get the best deal from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

The April weather can be very different in Tallinn. It could be snowing heavily or it could be a classic spring month, sunny and bright.

For late April you might even need a cool Estonian T-shirt.

For late April you will see prices go up, but generally it's still low season, so you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Also check LateRooms.com for exclusive offers on guesthouses and hotels.

In early May Tallinn will be full of tourists, particularly Finnish and Russian.

May is a great month to visit Tallinn, don't miss Kadriorg Park.

High season in Tallinn starts in May, so the prices go up, but you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Special offers are also available on LateRooms.com.

In midsummer night seems to be non-existent in Tallinn, as this is the time of Estonian white nights.

Lots of events in Tallinn are scheduled for July, try to catch Old Reval Medieval Days or Tallinn Maritime Days.

July is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual, but you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

June is perfect for long walks around Tallinn Old Town, in midsummer night seems to be non-existent in Tallinn, as this is the time of Estonian white nights.

Don't forget that there's actually a sea beach in Tallinn.

June is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual, but you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

August is a great time to explore Estonian nature or experience an authentic Estonian sauna.

August is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual, but you can expect some great deals from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

Tallinn is charming in September, but be prepared for cold weather and rain as well.

September is a great month to experience an authentic Estonian sauna.

By the end of September the low season starts in Estonia, so you will see some cheap prices on flights and hotels.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

October is a cold month in Tallinn, there will be some rain as well.

But the Old Town is charming and it's less crowded in October.

Flights and hotels are cheap in October, so take your chance to get the best deal from our partners.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

November is more like a winter month in Tallinn, it will be snowing or raining or both.

Don't forget to hop in The Olde Hansa for a glass of warm spiced wine.

Tallinn is cool in November. Flights and hotels are cheap, the snowed Old Town is charming and the whole place is less crowded.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

December is high season in Tallinn, the rates are higher than usual.

Check LateRooms.com for special deals on properties in Tallinn.

60 to 180 €
90 to 180 €
60 to 180 €
90 to 180 €
60 to 180 €

Special deals for special guests

A nice range of packages with special deals are on offer on the hotel website. There is a strong focus on spa packages and romantic weekends in particular.

The Spa Mini Break offers one night in a ZEN room with a Jacuzzi, a bottle of sparkling wine as a welcome gift, private use of the sauna and Japanese pool for an hour and a half, one facial and one massage, and the Lava Stone Grill with a glass of wine. The usual in-room amenities are also included.

For the Romantic Getaway, the room is specifically decorated to set the mood. You get one night in a ZEN Deluxe room for two, with a Jacuzzi. Sparkling wine and a fruit plate are welcome gifts in the room. In a dual treatment room, the male guest receives a one-hour classic massage, while the female guest receives a one-hour golden body treatment. Also included in the package is a romantic dinner for two with a glass of house wine each or a picnic basket for two. A full buffet breakfast is available the next day. With the nightly turndown service, you receive a complimentary Vana Tallinn nightcap in the room. A late checkout at 2 pm is available as well.

 

For the Romance package, the couple gets one night in a ZEN room with a Jacuzzi; a romantic setting in the room, complete with sparkling wine and a fruit plate; private use of the sauna and Japanese pool for an hour and a half, complete with snacks and beverages; and a late 2 pm checkout time.

Many other spa day packages are available as well, including a Young Princess Elsa package for 6-12 year olds, a Mother and Daughter Day Spa, Luxury Day Spa, Unforgettable Caribbean Dream, Discover the Secrets of the Ocean, and so on.

 

von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn- Kaval-Ants Farm

Posted by Unique Hotels Estonia on 25 ноября 2011 г.

Managing a private event or wedding

Kaval Ants Farm, because of its size, is one of the hotel's most popular venues for special gala events. The hospitality team can arrange for a special Estonian haute cuisine dinner enjoyed with classical music or a more rustic Estonian meal enjoyed with a folkloric show. Corporate receptions, parties, product launches, weddings and anniversary and birthday celebrations can all be hosted here. It is also the ideal venue for scientific conferences and Christmas parties. The glass doors can be opened to allow guests access to the Courtyard for summer events with outdoor activities. The courtyard can also be used for coffee breaks or outdoor meals.

Couples planning a wedding will receive full support from the hotel staff who can customize a wedding package to suit their budget and preferences. The historic buildings and courtyard make a wonderful backdrop for perfect photographs. The décor is perfect for an elegant setting, offering everything from an antique candelabra to fresh flowers and elegant drapes.

Green Key member

As a member of the Green Key Program, the hotel has worked hard to reduce its impact on the environment. That said, none of the modern-day conveniences have been skipped as part of this effort.

The Von Stackelberg's awards

  • Certificate of Excellence - TripAdvisor (2014, 2015)
  • Top Clean - Venere.com (2013)
  • Top Overall Ratings - Venere.com (2013)

Photos

Instagram photos

Reviews

Many small reviews of The Von Stackelberg hotel can be found on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms.

Many people have said how much they loved their experience of staying at the hotel.

Booking.com users have given this property a very high score, though some have complained that the bathroom lacks sufficient amenities or that the bathtub is too high to easily step into. Some have even said the bathroom is too small. There are mixed reviews about the temperature, where some have said the rooms are cold, while others think they are too hot. Some have complained about the quality of images on the TV, though if you're in Tallinn, TV should be the last thing on your mind. Guests typically like the style of the hotel, its location, and the food. Some have remarked that the beds are very comfortable. Returning customers have left positive reviews as well, which is always nice. Angelos from Finland thinks the hotel has gotten even better since his last visit. Vladimir from Russia was thrilled with the private sauna, which is open to guests at night. Quite a few reviews note that there is an unbearable smell in the bathrooms. We aren't sure of the source of the problem. Perhaps the hotel has a medieval ghost who doesn't believe in ghostly bathing---anything is possible in Magic Tallinn! Finally, Anna recommends requesting a room with a view of the interior courtyard, while Elena said the hotel was perfect value for money. We hope that if you choose this hotel, you will encounter only great service from the professional staff, as many Booking.com users did.

The hotel's La Boheme Bar & Brasserie is a great place to meet friends, whether you are a tourist or a local.

Finnish blogger La Vida Loca stayed at the hotel with her mother. Her review is written in Finnish, but since Finnish and Estonian are part of the same language group, Estonians may be able to read and understand it well enough. La Vida Loca initially discusses whether she wants to stay at this hotel, noting that based on the photos, she loved the style of the bathroom. When she finally decided to stay at the Von Stackelberg, she wrote here that the hotel was stunning, but the service was sloppy. She complained that she was given the wrong room. She wanted two separate beds, but they gave her two single beds pushed together to form a double bed and were unwilling to change the room for her. Sadly, as a result of this experience, she won't return to this hotel but would still recommend it to others. If you visit the Von Stackelberg, be sure to remind them of this incident with La Vida Loca, as we feel they need to restore their reputation and apologize. They are truly a classy establishment and can ensure a happy end to this story, and we do believe in happy endings.

Generally, we prefer not to display YouTube videos that are only a compilation of official hotel photos, but this one is done rather well.

Frequent travelers who have seen many standard hotels will find The Von Stackelberg and hotels in Tallinn's Old Town are a welcome change.

The ZEN Spa is a major part of the Von Stackelberg experience. Here are some pictures of it in Flickr accounts.

Lastly, we recommend taking a look at this promotional video (or propaganda movie, if we use the terminology of Plutarch Heavensbee) on the ZEN Spa. It is in the Estonian language. We will leave it here because the video offers a full and accurate impression of the facility.