TALLINN – The Tallink City Hotel, which was closed for renovations last September, will open its doors again this Wednesday, June 30; the owner company Vara HTG invested approximately 10 million euros in the renovation project in cooperation with the hotel manager Tallink Hotels.
"We are thrilled to have successfully used these times of a pandemic to carry out large renovations and have this great end result," Ave Svarts, member of the management board of Tallink Hotels, said in a press release.
After the renovations, the ten floors of the hotel will accommodate 324 rooms of various categories -- classic twin rooms, spacious rooms for families, deluxe rooms and suites. The fully renovated restaurant, seating 228 people, now goes through two floors and offers flexible possibilities for organizing various events. For holding events, meetings and conferences, the events’ floor, located on the tenth floor, has also been renovated.
The construction works were completed by Merko, the interior design of the hotel is by architect Meelis Press.
Established in 1974, the former House of Services on Laikmaa Street was turned into a hotel in 2004. The owner of the hotel building, VARA HTG, is owned in equal parts by Infortar and Kapitel.