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"Unique blend of old-world charm and contemporary comfort.
Experience timeless elegance in the heart of Tallinn's Old Town."

Boutique Hotel in Tallinn Old Town

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Our rooms

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Classic

Nunne Classic rooms is where comfort meets history and modern luxury. These cozy and comfortable rooms are thoughtfully designed to ensure a comfortable and inviting stay. Whether you prefer a single or double room, we have you covered - the double rooms offer a choice between a spacious double bed or two comfortable single beds, allowing you to tailor your accommodation to your needs. Relax and unwind in the heart of Tallinn's medieval old town, where our Classic rooms provide a delightful blend of elegance and charm.

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Deluxe

Spacious and light-filled Nunne Deluxe rooms are thoughtfully designed to offer modern comforts and a sense of relaxation. With high ceilings and cozy interior, these rooms create an inviting ambiance for your stay in Tallinn's medieval old town. Whether you choose the single room with its comfortable 140 cm bed or the double room with a lavish 180 cm wide double bed or two separate 90 cm wide twin beds, each option provides ample space to unwind and rejuvenate.

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Studio Suite

With stunning views to the old town, this studio suite combines history with luxury. Immerse yourself in the past as the medieval city wall becomes an integral part of the living room, placing you right in the heart of history. Enjoy the comfort of a wide double bed and the convenience of modern amenities. For added flexibility, the suite can be connected to an adjacent room, accommodating your unique preferences.

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Suite

Each of our spacious suites come with its own special touch, designed to make you feel truly at home in the heart of Tallinn's old town. Bask in the breathtaking views from your windows, adding a touch of wonder to your stay. The tastefully furnished rooms meet all the needs of both business and leisure travelers, offering complete comfort with separate living and sleeping areas. Each suite features a large double bed and a cozy sofa bed in the living room, ensuring a restful and delightful experience during your time in Tallinn.

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Nunne Grand Suite

Nunne Grand Suite offers a luxurious retreat. This exquisite suite has windows on both sides of the building, providing captivating views of the picturesque park and the majestic Toompea hill. The tastefully furnished room meets all the needs of both business and leisure guests, offering complete comfort with separate living and sleeping areas. With a wide double bed and a sofa bed in the living room, all modern amenities ensure a comfortable and convenient stay. For added flexibility, the suite can be combined with neighboring rooms. The Nunne Grand Suite, measuring 63 ㎡, promises an extraordinary stay.

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Family Room

Our cozy and spacious Family Room is designed to comfortably accommodate two adults and two children. Enjoy modern amenities that cater to the needs of the whole family during your stay. If desired, a baby cot is available for your little one's comfort, ensuring a peaceful night's sleep.

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Courtyard rooms

Our courtyard rooms are thoughtfully designed to offer a serene escape in Tallinn's old town. Accessible through a separate private entrance, this room offers a unique experience. Unwind in this charming room, complete with a spacious and comfortable 160 cm wide bed or two separate 90 cm twin beds.

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Historical rooms

Our Historical rooms are where a truly unique experience awaits, allowing you to delve into the rich history of Tallinn and our hotel building. With high ceilings or the historic Nunna Tower, these rooms breathe timeless charm. All Historical rooms are equipped with a luxurious double bed and include everything you need for a comfortable stay, ensuring a memorable stay in this unique room.

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Nunne hotel - a house in the middle of eight centuries of history

Hotel Nunne – a building in the middle of eight centuries of history
Hotel Nunne is located in the UNESCO-protected old town of Tallinn, which has a history of 800 years. According to Lübeck law, the power in the Hanseatic city founded by the Danish king was in the hands of German merchants. It was they who built the mighty medieval limestone city wall that runs through the hotel. The defensive wall of Tallinn with a length of more than two kilometres has largely survived to this day; its construction lasted 300 years. As firearms and cannons began to be used in the Middle Ages, the wall had to be constantly improved. Old Tallinn was very well protected and nobody managed to conquer it by attack. Walking around the hotel, you can see the city wall with traces of old embrasures and step through the passages made in the wall.

On both sides of the city wall, the surroundings of the Hotel Nunne have been built up with houses for a very long time. Today's buildings were built in the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. They have previously housed an agricultural association, hotels and educational institutions.

Directly opposite the hotel, on the side of Suur-Kloostri Street, rises the medieval Nun's Tower with the remains of the original smaller tower inside. Next to it is the Monastery Gate leading through the city wall. However, this gate was built in the end of the 19th century. A medieval wooden defensive passage above the gate was restored during the Soviet era. This section of the city wall can also be accessed via the Nun’s Tower.
On the site of the current Nunne Street leading from the hotel to Toompea Hill, there was once a magnificent medieval city gate, which was demolished in the late 1860s to improve the connection of the old town with the railway station that was built at that time. The Nun’s Gate consisted of the main doors and two protective gates. Today, an information board hangs on the city wall of Toompea at the edge of the street, telling the story of the lost city gate.

For centuries, the local nobility lived in the historic upper town of Toompea. There is also the Dome Cathedral, built eight centuries ago, and the ruler's castle, in which the Estonian parliament, the Riigikogu, holds sessions today. Not far from the hotel there is a staircase leading to Toompea.
Gustav Adolf Gymnasium, the oldest functioning Gymnasium in Estonia, is located next to the hotel on Suur-Kloostri Street. Its main building is the 13th-century Cistercian convent of St. Michael, which owned this entire corner of the city. The Swedish king Gustav II Adolf opened a gymnasium in the old monastery complex in 1631; in the later years, the building was expanded several times. The church next to the school is one of the most unique in Estonia – in the Middle Ages it was founded as a Catholic monastery church, in the Swedish era in the 17th century it became a Lutheran military church, and during the Russian rule that began in the 18th century, it was rebuilt as an Orthodox temple. Today, the Estonian Orthodox community operates in the Church of the Transfiguration of Our Lord. Its tower houses the oldest church bell in Tallinn, cast in the 16th century.
The buildings opposite the hotel in Väike-Kloostri street with a beautiful garden also belong to the Gustav Adolf Gymnasium. In the corner building of Nunne Street there is a free museum introducing the history of the educational institution.

From 16th until the 19th century, earthen fortifications were erected around the old town. One of the older embankments, Nunnavall, extended beyond the city wall through the territory of today's hotel. In the second half of the 19th century, after Tallinn was deleted from the list of fortress cities, the area of the embankments was transformed into a beautiful park zone. Of these, Toompark with its former ditch and Towers Square, the former city exhibition ground, are in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. The Baltic Station was built in 1870 when Tallinn opened a railway connection with St. Petersburg, then the capital of the Russian Empire.

Staying at the Nunne Hotel you can experience and see the long history of Tallinn, walk along the streets of one of the best preserved medieval Hanseatic cities. Nunne Hotel with stories of old Tallinn is waiting for you!...

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Location

"Welcome to the heart of Tallinn, where Nunne Boutique Hotel stands as your gateway to Tallinn's rich history and culture. From our doorstep, you're moments away from iconic landmarks, lush parks, and vibrant marketplaces. Tallinn is where the past meets the present and where every corner tells a story. Discover the essence of the city with us.

Tallinn Old Town:

Step out from the hotel and enter the magical Tallinn Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage delight and one of the best preserved medieval Old Town’s in Europe.

Explore the Town Hall Square, the vibrant heart of the city since the 13th century.

Visit St. Olaf’s Church, once considered the tallest building in the world and enjoy a 360 degree view from the church tower.

Treat yourself at at the town's cozy and lovely cafés, where local flavors meet warm hospitality.

Toompea Hill:

Rising majestically above the Old Town, Toompea Hill is a place worth visiting. Here, you'll find the stunning Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the iconic Toompea Castle. As you stroll along its paths, you're not just walking through history, but also enjoying some of the best panoramic views of Tallinn.

Admire the ornate Alexander Nevsky Cathedral's architecture.

Wander inside Toompea Castle, today's home of Estonia's Parliament.

Capture breathtaking city views from the Kohtuotsa viewing platform, a photographer's dream.

Parks Around the Hotel:

Nestled amidst urban charm, our neighboring parks are peaceful oases. Lush, serene, and beautifully maintained, these parks are perfect for leisurely strolls, morning jogs, or a peaceful moment of reflection.

Stroll through Tower's Square Park, where history meets greenery, providing a serene backdrop for relaxation.

Venture into Toompark, a spacious park surrounding the medieval walls, complete with winding paths and ponds.

Experience the pulse of local life while unwinding at Harju Hill Park, the perfect spot for a peaceful moment.



Balti Jaam Market:

For an authentic taste of Tallinn, head over to the bustling Balti Jaam Market. Just a short walk from the hotel, this modern market complex boasts fresh produce, artisanal crafts, gourmet eateries, and so much more. Dive into its lively atmosphere and discover treasures ranging from vintage finds to delightful local bites.

Savor traditional Estonian pastries from local bakers.

Hunt for unique antiques and trinkets in its vintage section.

Connect with local artisans, as they craft memories for you to take home.


Telliskivi Creative City:

Creativity thrives at Telliskivi Creative City, Estonia's largest creative hub located in the former industrial complex of Tallinn. Brimming with art studios, design shops, cultural events, and trendy cafés, it's a haven for artists and innovators alike. Mingle with locals, admire street art, and let your creative spirit soar.

Attend one of its many cultural events, from art exhibitions to live music.

Shop at boutique stores offering unique Estonian designs.

Dine at one of the area's industrial vibe restaurants with exciting menus and hipster atmosphere. "...

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