Palace Hotel Tallinn has become the first property under the Radisson Individuals brand in the Baltics.
The property is located at the entrance to the capital’s Old Town close to Freedom Square, and has been “respectfully renovated”, with features including 79 rooms, an indoor swimming pool, spa facilities with a sauna and Turkish, spa and steam baths, and a fitness centre.
All day dining Restaurant Konrad serves local and international dishes, while Gallery Bar offer a pizza menu.
The hotel is housed within a building dating back to the 1930s designed by Estonian architect Elmar Lohk, in a style “combining functionalism with influences of the Chicago school and traditional art.”
Radisson Individuals launched last year as a conversion brand aimed at encouraging independent hotels and local, regional chains to join the group’s platform.
The first hotel to join the brand was Henrietta House in Bath, and it was recently reported that Earl Heights Suites Hotel in Ghana has also been signed to the collection.
The brand also debuted in the Americas last month with the reflagging of the Tryp by Wyndham Sebastian Hotel.
Commenting on the news Tom Flanagan Karttunen, area senior vice president Northern and Western Europe, Radisson Hotel Group, said:
“We are very excited to announce our first Radisson Individuals in the Baltic region. This is an excellent hotel, which will offer our guests a property in the famous Tallinn Old Town area.
“The Radisson Individuals brand is a perfect match for this stunning hotel and historical area and with this opening we further strengthen our position as the leading international hotel group in the area”.