Comments from members who have stayed at Three Sisters
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Stayed on 30 Nov 2011
A lovely hotel in a beautiful city. Staff were exceptionally polite, after a bit of confusion with taxis they footed the bill, presented us with champagne on arrival and upgraded us to a wonderful suite. Igor, in particular, was a wealth of knowledge when it came to recommending bars and restaurants around town. Undoubtedly, Restaurant O must be the pick of the bunch, boasting fine dining with an Estonian twist. Bordoo, the restaurant in the Three Sisters was a good choice but I still feel it has a little work to do to achieve the Michelin star it's chasing. Not much mentioned anywhere about the underground tunnels at Kiek in de Kök but certainly an interesting tour to take. Winter is obviously a great time to visit; you can wrap up warm, wander the cobbled streets and take in the Christmas market while sipping glögg. A Christmas treat indeed.
Stayed on 19 Sep 2010
Stayed on 28 Nov 2009
Just returned from an amazing four days in Tallinn, Estonia. We stayed at the Three Sisters hotel and the service was outstanding. Their very own Christmas Market in their courtyard was a fun addition to the hotel's atmosphere and the gloogi was delicious.
We also ate at the wonderful Restaurant O at 6e Mere Puiestee (+372 661 6150). Food here was as good as anywhere in the world, and we were provided with complimentary tasters from the menu, in addition to what we ordered. Overall, Tallinn is a romantic city with a cafe or hidden gem down every alley. We look forward to returning in the summer for a different experience.
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A glass of sparkling wine on arrival