x The average starting price for a place to stay in Tallinn is £36 per night.
jcarpenter It was great. Egle the lady in charge suggested 2 sites - Tanninn Flower Show and Rocca la Mare - that were really good I will return one day and will also tell others about how good it was - so close to everything. Thank you Egle.
a.rodermund Staying in the Monk's Bunk was a great little adventure. I met many people from different countries and the atmosphere was perfect to talk to them in a comfortable way. The staff was very friendly and helpful and we able to handle difficult situations. Very clean, but also cozy. I'll definately come again, when I visit Tallinn the next time!
s.dimarco ...i just popped in for 2 days during the week, a very short stay, but the fun i had in the 48 hour period was awesome!! the staff were so friendly and helpful, and the laughs we had were the best... not to mention the you tube stints we made, had a blast, love you all at tallinn backpackers, will be back in the future for sure!! sebastian Di Marco .sydney Australia
Sander Lovely if ramshackle place. Staff was very friendly and helpful, and frequently made pancakes for breakfast. Facilities were a bit lacking and run-down, though, and the breakfast table not nearly large enough. Good location in the middle of the city; some street noise in our room (which was overlooking Viru), but actually surprisingly little.
Paldiski Mount 3Great 81%
nagygr This is a very cool hotel at the price of a hostel. It's clean and has great facilities: free wifi, free parking, a clumsy lounge. The rooms have a bathroom and television. The furniture is modern and of high quality. The breakfast is handed out in paper bags -- it consists of two sandwiches, a yogurt and an apple or pear. Plus you can have free tea or coffee any time of the day in the lounge. It's also very close to the old town, actually it's situated just outside the city walls surrounding historic Tallinn. I'll definitely choose this hotel the next time I'm in Tallinn and recommend it to everyone.
DonnieG Nice place, and a convenient location. But, the rooms on the 'road' side can be noisy, especially in mid-summer when you have the windows open.
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