Where to stay?

The National Library has chosen the Unique Hotels Group as its partner

to offer special rates for participants of our centennial conference.

All hotels are within walking distancce of the library(5-10 minutes).

The Unique Hotels Group offers special rates for participants of the conference.

All hotels are within walking distance of the library (5-10 minutes).

 

City Hotel Tallinn

City Hotel Tallinn (Paldiski str. 3) – The City Hotel Tallinn is a value concept hotel which offers accommodation at significantly lower rates as you do not pay for services you do not need! This small budget hotel is located just a few minutes walking distance from the medieval old town and 10 minutes from the National Library.
44 EUR/night single standard room
47 EUR/night double standard room
Breakfast at extra cost 15 EUR/person (served at The von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn)
Book here (booking code “National Library conference”)

Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn

Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn (Endla 23) – Your home away from home: the cosy 4* Kreutzwald Hotel Tallinn is just 5 minutes walking from the National Library and 10 minutes’ from the old town. Named after the Estonian writer F.R. Kreutzwald who is considered to be the father of Estonian national literature and the author of the national epic Kalevipoeg. Other references to Estonian literature can be found in Restaurant Nipernaadi, named after the protagonist of an Estonian novel by August Gailit. The hotel also features a cosy library lounge and a spa and sauna complex that invite to unwind after an intense conference day.
65 EUR/night Single Standard room with breakfast
70 EUR/night Double/Twin Standard room with breakfast
Upgrade to Zen room with Jacuzzi 20 EUR/room/night
Book here (booking code “National Library conference”)
 

Centennial Hotel Tallinn

Centennial Hotel Tallinn (Endla 15) – A newly opened modern and minimalist 4* business hotel, celebrating the centennial anniversary of the Republic of Estonia, located just a few minutes walking from the National Library of Estonia and 10 minutes from the old town. In guest rooms thematic photo wallpapers from the history of Estonia over the last 100 years add to the otherwise minimalist Nordic interior style. The journey through history continues also at the restaurant named “100” where the head chef has included some characteristic dishes from different periods.
70 EUR/night Single Standard room with breakfast
76 EUR/night Double/Twin Standard room with breakfast
Upgrade to Superior room 20 EUR/room/night
Upgrade to Zen room with Jacuzzi 40 EUR/room/night
Book here (booking code “National Library conference”)

The von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn

The von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn (Toompuiestee 23) – An elegant boutique hotel built in 1874 as the residence of the Baltic-German nobleman Baron von Stackelberg, located only a few steps away from the medieval old town and 10 minutes walking from the National Library. The hotel has preserved its historical interior; ancient limestone walls and wooden beams displayed throughout the hotel are carefully combined with modern lighting and design elements and all modern conveniences. The delightful internal courtyard with dining tables around the central fountain invites to relax, read a book or enjoy a glass of wine after the conference day.
89 EUR/night Single Standard room with breakfast
102 EUR/night Double Standard room with breakfast
Extra cost for Zen room with Jacuzzi 30 EUR/room/night
Book here (booking code “National Library conference”)