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Baltic Budget Apartments

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If you are on vacation or holiday in Tallinn, and wish to try a cheap and different style of accommodation, we suggest Baltic Budget Apartments. All apartments are clean, with ecology friendly wooden furniture.

The Baltic Apartments located in very center of Tallinn City, nearby the famous Tallinn Old Town with its middle-age architecture, sights, shops, restaurants, small cozy cafes and night-clubs.

The Baltic Budget Apartments are also very suitable and comfortable for mini groups and families with culture purposes of traveling.

For long stay of students, volunteers etc we can offer even better price. Do not miss this opportunity!

Accommodation Information

We offer you 2 types of apartments, 2 bedroom family apartments, capacity up to 4-5 persons and studio-apartments for 2 persons. In apartments there is everything necessary for comfortable stay, convenient beds, free-of-charge WiFi internet, digital satellite TV, kitchen or kitchenette equipped with all necessary. For long-term stay at your service also the washing machine.

Location Information

FROM THE RAILWAY STATION.

Take any tram going toward the city, at the “Hobujaama” stop (exit on the 4th stop from Railway Station) switch to tram nr. 3 or 4 travelling in the opposite direction. Exit on “Vineeri” stop (4th from “Hobujaama”). You will be almost in front of the building, go through the arch way, entrance is on the other side of the building.

FROM BUS STATION.

Take bus nr. 17/17a, 23/23a to the “Vabaduse väljak” (4th from Bus Station), switch any tram going away from the city center. Exit on “Vineeri” stop (2nd from “Vabaduse valjak”).

FROM TERMINAL D.

After exiting terminal building walk straight until you reach tram tracks. If you walk to the left from shopping center and the right after you reach tram tracks you will reach “Hobujaama” stop. If you get lost you still will reach tram tracks if travelling along selected direction. Then you will have to take a tram to “Hobujaama” stop – ask around, almost everyone speaks at least some English. Take tram nr. 3 or 4 travelling in to “Tondi”. Exit on “Vineeri” stop (4th from “Hobujaama”).

FROM THE AIRPORT.

Take bus nr. 2 to the “A.Laikmaa”, switch to the tram nr. 3 or 4 travelling in to “Tondi”. Exit on “Vineeri” stop. You will be almost in front of the building, go through the arch way, entrance is on the other side of the building.

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Important Information

Check-In

14:00

Check-Out

11:00

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.

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Popularity: 56%

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

Me and my friends booked the apartment for 2 nights. The location is not far from the city center; not very clean but overall it was ok, considering the money paid.

Overall
2
Location
3
Cleanliness
2
Value
3
Facilities
2
Service
2

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Hotel Amenities

  • Car Parking
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • Self-catering Facilities
  • Tours/Travel Desk

Extras

  • Luggage Room – FREE
  • Airport Pick Up – 10.00EUR
  • Linen – 2.00EUR
  • Towel – 1.00EUR

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