Meriton Old Town hotel will be 10!
It is Meriton Old Town Hotel's (Lai 49) birthday in March. Within the framework of the birthday month, the Russian restaurant "U Natashy" is offering a special pancake menu. The menu features a wide selection of both sweet and savoury pancakes. All big and small people with a sweet tooth are welcome.
The cozy tourist class hotel with 41 rooms opened its doors in the old town of Tallinn in March, 2004.
It is housed in a building with an honourable history. The three story tenement building was erected in 1880–1881 at the northwestern corner of the medieval city wall, above the Renten castle tower and a one story stone shed located next to it. Genuine medieval architecture inspired the architect to use Gothic examples on the building's exterior design. The façade facing Lai street is especially nice, the niches of which are decorated with cross figures and a female figure resembling a medieval madonna. The weathervane with the year 1881 on it indicates the completion of the building.
The first users of the Lai 49 building tenure were the Society of Christian Seamen and the St. Peter's School. During the Soviet period the building housed the ministry of horticulture. The building later used as office premises and the outbuildings of the former mill Hobuveski were adjusted in 2003–2004 for the purposes of the Meriton Hotels chain.
Last year, the hotel underwent a renovation – all the beds, pillows and blankets were changed. The bed is without doubt the most important part of a hotel room and it plays a crucial part in forming the customer's opinion of the hotel. The high quality and fashionable new beds ensure a peaceful night's rest. Having in mind the comfort of our customers, we swapped twin beds for a double bed in a number of rooms.
Meriton Old Town Hotel is a part of the Meriton Hotels Group.
For additional information, visit the website www.meritonhotels.com.