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Description & Facilities

Hotel Telegraaf is part of medieval Tallinn’s Old Town, which dates back to as far as the 13th century.


The magnificent hotel building was constructed as an exchange station for the Estonian Telegraph company in 1878 and is situated next to the gabled houses, half-hidden courtyards and the Town Hall Square.


Unparalleled service and a mix of historic ambience make it the ideal choice for discerning business and leisure travellers.



Lounge Bar

24 hours room service

Welcome drinks

Welcome fruits basket

Restaurant Tchaikovsky presents a symphony of Russian cuisine

Lobby Bar is an atmospheric meeting place for light lunches and evening cocktails.

Summer terrace

English breakfast

Vegetarian options

International cuisine



Individually controlled air-conditionning

TV /Video on demand

Free Wifi (high speed)


Welcome drink

Welcome fruit basket

Bathrobes and slippers

High quality bed /High quality pillow

Hair dryer

Fridge / Minibar

Accessible bathroom (for disabled guests)

In room safe

A6 note pad

Pillow menu

 Clothes brush

Shoe polish

Elemis SPA products in the bathroom



Indoor pool

Heated pool




Excursions & sightseeing

Summer terrace


24 hour concierge service

24 hour front desk


Porter / Bellman



Meeting rooms

Free Wifi /Business Centre /PC available /Printer

Taxi services

Airport transfer

Car rental services

Room / facilities for people with disabilities

Laundry /Dry cleaning /Pressing

Excursions & sightseeing

Restaurant reservations

Hotel's best suite

The Werner von Siemens Suite

Siemens invented a telegraph where a needle moved to indicate individual letters. In 1877, he received the patent for an electromechanical moving-coil transducer, which was later adapted for use in loudspeakers. Siemens is also the father of the trolleybus, first tested in 1882.


Blending an unique color scheme with parquet floors, Hotel Telegraaf suites offer extra comfort and privacy with separate living and bedrooms. Living rooms feature a table large enough to conduct small board meetings, as well as separate bathrooms. Bedrooms have luxury bathrooms with separate showers and bath. And the suite's soundproofing makes Tallinn Old Town's Vene Street resemble a soundless, moving image.


Gallery & video

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Location & surroundings

Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn’s Old Town belonging to the UNESCO World Heritage List offers medieval atmosphere and the beautiful architecture of Hanseatic city.


Visiting Tallinn’s Old Town, you should definitely go to Toompea, where the parliament is housed and next to it there’s Pikk Hermann Tower with the Estonian national flag on top.


There is more to Tallinn than just the old town. Russian Tsar Peter I built the Kadriorg Palace as his family’s summer residence and created a gorgeous park ensemble around it. Today, people enjoy spending their leisure time in the park, which offers activities for the whole family. Therefore, it has become one of the most popular places in Tallinn both for locals and tourists.

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Hotel Telegraaf - Official Website

Hotel Telegraaf Website