Tartu, Estonia

Estonia – a beautiful and definitely underrated destination

Surrounded by its big neighbor Russia, its Baltic brother Latvia and the Baltic Sea, the up-and-coming country of Estonia is a manageable and peaceful place. Estonia exerts a special attraction on its visitors at any time of year. Whether in summer with its long days and short nights, or in the quiet and magical winter, Estonia touches the senses and manages the great balancing act between nature, history and modernity.

The Hotel Antonius**** is located in a historic and listed building from 1811 in the heart of Tartu’s Old Town. This was opened in February 2009.
The four-storey hotel has 16 rooms, which are divided into 6 suites, 3 deluxe double rooms, 6 superior double rooms and one single room. Each room is equipped with TV, telephone, air conditioning, minibar, safe, internet access, hairdryer, bathroom with shower or bathtub. Room service is of course also available here. In addition to the Lumiere restaurant, the hotel also has its own hotel bar.

The best-preserved building in Estonia, dating back to 1905, is even older and more stylish – the Villa Ammende Hotel & Restaurant. After opening to the public in 1999, Villa Ammende has become one of the most popular sights in Pärnu, and can be admired not only from the outside. Today, the hotel and restaurant enjoy a worldwide reputation and delight guests from all over the world.