Tallinn's L’Embitu Hotel welcomes first Guests

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The L’Embitu Hotel; photo credit: ECB

Hotel opening, ECB congratulates; photo credit: ECB

Despite Covid-19, on October 1st a new hotel has opened in Tallinn. L’Embitu is a 125-room luxury facility (4 stars) with four meeting rooms, located near the city’s historic Old Town as well as popular shopping centres and restaurants.

The hotel’s conference centre has four meeting rooms in total, three of which are on the building’s top floor. From here, an open-roof terrace provides panoramas of the city centre on one side and an adjacent park on the other. The two largest rooms combine to accommodate up to 160 guests theatre style and 200 event style.
The rooftop restaurant, called roof, specialises in Mediterranean-style cuisine and can host events for up to 140 people. Guests can also relax by the fireplace in the Wine&Tapas Cellar, which is available for private events of up to 34.

The facility features a courtyard garden, which is a rarity for hotels in central Tallinn. Other perks include bright rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows (most rooms also have balconies), and a Spa & Relaxation area with an indoor pool, hydro massage zones and Japanese pool.

L'Embitu is a family business and is 100 percent Estonian-owned. It shares owners with another of the city's luxury hotels, L'Ermitage.

The hotel also is a member of the Estonian Convention Bureau (ECB). The ECB is a non-profit organisation established jointly by public and private sector bodies. It was founded in March 2008 in order to attract international conventions to Estonia. The bureau's 36 members include the cities of Tallinn, Tartu and Pärnu, and a number of DMCs, PCOs and hotels. It is co-financed by the Estonian Tourist Board, Enterprise Estonia.

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