Review: Hilton Tallinn Park

Trip to Vilnius, Lithuania and Tallinn, Estonia

A couple of weeks ago, I was traveling again and this time, I visited two Baltic cities namely, Vilnius and Tallinn. It was my first time to visit Vilnius and I was really glad to have visited this beautiful city as they have a very nice Old Town with lots of interesting sights to visit. Since I have gold status with Club Carlson, I booked my first night at the Radisson BLU Hotel Lietuva which is famous for its Skybar and my second night at the Radisson BLU Royal Astorija Hotel which is located in the heart of the Old Town and where famous dignitaries like the King of Sweden and ex US President Bush have stayed in the past. Although I've been to Tallinn a few years ago, it was only for a few hours as we were on a cruise that time. This time, I stayed for two nights, staying at the Park Inn by Radisson Central Tallinn on my first night and at the newly opened Hilton Tallinn Park for my second night where I was given an upgrade to a one bedroom suite 😍 I flew with SAS and LOT in economy class during this trip but since I have Star Alliance gold status, I had access to the SAS Gold Lounge in Copenhagen Kastrup Airport, the IDW Esperanza Resort Lounge in Vilnius Airport and the Business Lounge in Tallinn Airport. It was just a short trip since I had to be back in Stockholm for work but I definitely enjoyed every minute of it and hopefully, I will be back again soon πŸ˜‰

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Hilton Tallinn Park one bedroom suite

Date of stay: November 22-23, 2016
Address: Fr. R. Kreutzwaldi 23, Tallinn, 10147, Estonia
Nightly Rate: 46.15 Euro + 12,000 points, booked King Guest Room, upgraded to 1 Bedroom Suite as an HHonors diamond member 😊
How to get here: Taking a public bus from the airport to the city costs 2 Euro; taxi is also inexpensive

Hotel Exterior & Entrance

Hotel exterior

Hotel entrance

Reception, Lobby & Lobby Bar

Hotel reception

Cafe & Bar Linnutee (open from 7am to 12mn)

The lobby is gorgeous 😍


Hallway (9th floor)

Hallway, 9th floor

One Bedroom Suite, 904

King bed

Here's a video tour of my 1 bedroom suite at the Hilton Tallinn Park 😍

Welcome gift including cheese and bread and the Estonian liqueur Vana Tallinn 🍷

Living room

LG flat screen TV

BOSE Wave Soundtouch

Complimentary coffee and tea with coffee cups from the German brand, SchΓΆnwald πŸ‘

LG flat screen TV

TV Channels list

Trouser press

Safe, bathrobes and slippers


Bathroom with Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities (shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, lotion, facial soap and bar soap)


Walk-in shower with Peter Thomas Roth bath amenities (shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and lotion)


View from the room

Executive Lounge, 11th floor

Executive Lounge reception

Executive Lounge

Executive Lounge

Executive Lounge

View from the Executive Lounge

Business center with 2 Apple iMacs

All Day Snacks


Coffee and tea

Softdrinks and juices

Fresh fruits

Dining area

Happy Hour (6pm to 8pm)

Buffet area

CanapΓ©s, bread and butter, mini muffins

There were two warm dishes: Potato dish (above) and chicken teriyaki skewer

Hilton Tallinn Executive Lounge alcohol

Alcoholic drinks: Havana Club, Beefeater, Carmel Sauvignon Blanc 2015, Fattoria Montepiscini Chianti 2014, Viru Valge (Estonian vodka)


Aside from a few hot dishes, there were salads, cold cuts, yogurt and cereals.

Sliced fruits

Breakfast Restaurant (The Able Butcher, 2nd floor)

Dining area

Bar (open for lunch and dinner)

Nuts and dried fruits

Pork salami, chicken ham, beef ham, mackerel, salmon

Cheese, yogurt, fruit cocktail

Bacon, potatoes, country sausage, grilled tomatoes, mushroom

Barley porridge with smoked bacon, typical Estonian porridge πŸ˜‹

Waffles, egg frittata with provolone tomato

Made to order eggs were also available.

Muhu bread, typical Estonian bread

Dessert with fruit of the day, cranberries

Quinoa pudding with cranberries



Swimming Pool, Sauna & Fitness Center

Eforea Spa reception

Swimming pool



Fitness center

Express Check-out

Express check-out card


Arriving in the hotel around 2:45pm, I was welcomed by Ivo, a friendly bellboy working that afternoon and as a Diamond member, I asked if I could go to the Executive Lounge to do my check-in there. He immediately said yes and escorted me to the lounge (and even offered to help me with my rollaboard but I declined). The Executive Lounge is located on the 11th floor and as soon as Katrina, the friendly guest service agent on duty became available, I was immediately accommodated. She welcomed me as a Hilton Diamond member and informed that I was upgraded to a 1 bedroom suite. Yes!!! Thanks Katrina πŸ‘ She also informed me about the timings of the lounge and the breakfast and that I could either have my breakfast in the lounge or in the restaurant. She also asked for a 1 day deposit thru my Visa card (and which was released after four days). The Executive Lounge is very nice with modern design and boasts fantastic views including a bit of the Old Town. During happy hour, they had a very good selection of canapes and warm food including the chicken teriyaki skewer which I loved πŸ˜‹ Returning to my room in the evening, I was surprised to find out that the housekeeping did a turn down service which was a very nice gesture πŸ‘ The food in the breakfast buffet was extensive and had all I could ask for, and more. I got to taste the muru bread which is a typical Estonian rye bread as well as the barley porridge with smoked bacon which is a traditional food in Estonia. The staff both in the Executive Lounge and in the restaurant were very friendly and helpful, specially Piia who was very enthusiastic and very proud of their hotel. I was also able to visit the pool and the sauna which was gorgeous. The location of the hotel may not be perfect as it is not very close to the Old Town but for those who love walking (like me) it is less than 15 minutes walk from the hotel. Overall, I enjoyed everything about my stay in this newly opened hotel (it opened in June this year) and with its fantastic staff, beautiful rooms and modern facilities, I would definitely stay here again when I'm back in Tallinn. To all the staff of Hilton Tallinn Park, "AitΓ€h!" πŸ™‡

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