First Radisson Collection Hotel Debuts in the Baltics

Radisson Hotel Group has entered Estonia with the launch of the Radisson Collection Hotel, Tallinn. Located on Rävala boulevard, the property underwent a renovation project that began in 2019 and cost more than $26 million. The project included the transformation of guestrooms by Estonian designers, a new spa complex, a 10,763-square-foot conference space and two restaurants.

The hotel has 287 rooms, including 19 suites, such as the Presidential Suite, Premium Suites and three fitness suites. All rooms come with city views. The hotel’s interiors showcase a range of eco-friendly solutions. For instance, the floors in the corridors are covered with a relief carpet made from recycled fishing nets. Photographs by Kristoffer Vaikla hang on the walls of the rooms, introducing Estonia to the occupants.

The fourth floor of the hotel houses a gym and a spa with a Japanese bath, a swimming pool and three saunas. The hotel offers two culinary experiences. ISSEI, the hotel’s rooftop Japanese-Peruvian restaurant and bar, is located on the 24th floor, while the Estonian restaurant MEKK is located on the first floor.

The hotel’s conference center on the second floor has been revamped completely and spans 10,763 square feet. It has eight meeting spaces and the largest among these can accommodate up to 300 people.

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