Accor has announced plans for a Novotel Living property in the Estonian capital Tallinn.

The 124-room hotel will be located in Tallinn’s city centre between the old town and port area, and is scheduled to open by the end of 2022.

Accor says that the extended stay brand offers “solutions for longer stays from studios to two-bedroom apartments with small social hubs open to locals and relaxed co-living spaces for residents, called ‘Club Houses’”.

The concept launched in 2019 alongside the similarly focused Pullman Living, with Accor stating at the time that they were “born from two of the group’s most popular hotel brands and will feature many of the services and design elements that have seen the Novotel and Pullman brands become so successful”.

As previously reported, a Novotel Living property is also under development at Brussels airport.

Accor recently launched the extended stay Movenpick Living brand in Europe, with the signing of two properties in Istanbul and the Disentis ski resort in the Surselva Region of Switzerland.

Accor launches extended stay Movenpick Living brand in Europe

Accor is partnering with investment company Estmak Capital for the Tallinn property, and Timofey Sukonkin, Estmak Capital CEO, commented:

“Travel concepts and reality are changing. Our aim is to provide people coming to Tallinn for business and work purposes, but also tourists and locals, with the best accommodation they have ever dreamed of.

“It is essential that we provide our guests not only accommodation, but multifunctional co-working space as well. We’ve chosen an outstanding location for that property – next to the Port of Tallinn, just a stone’s throw away from The Old Town of Tallinn and a 15 minute tram ride from the airport.”

The Novotel Living property will join the existing Swissotel Tallinn and Ibis Tallinn Center as the third Accor hotel in the Estonian capital.