The Three Sisters

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An intriguing nest of chambers, walkways, secret staircases and galleries, The Three Sisters Hotel in Tallinn, Estonia, is one-of-a-kind in every respect. Twenty-three rooms, each one unique in its furnishings and layout, are found in the three interconnecting, 14th-Century houses that form the hotel and give it its name. A two-year renovation has breathed new life into the historic property, bringing contemporary design into its ancient walls, and highlighting its centuries of organic growth.


Original elements, such as an intricate ceiling fresco, discovered by accident under 14 layers of paint and wallpaper, have been painstakingly restored and now add their own character to Hotel Three Sisters. Contrasted with internationally designed furniture and sleek, marble and granite bathrooms, The Three Sisters is an exceptional example of a modern classic. Situated on Pikk Street in Tallinn's Old Town, just 10 minutes from the international airport, The Three Sisters Hotel marks a new standard for hospitality in the Baltic states.

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The Three Sisters
Pikk71/Tolli 2
Tallinn (Old Town) 10133
Estonia

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