Despite the wet blanket Covid-19 has thrown over the international travel industry, Tallinn has managed to chalk up a new addition to its hotel offering: L’Embitu, a 125-room luxury facility, opened its doors on October 1st.
L’Embitu, which has become a member of the ECB, makes an attractive option for business travelers visiting the Estonian capital. In addition to top-notch amenities, the hotel boasts a prime, central location near the city’s historic Old Town as well as popular shopping centres and restaurants.
“We’re extremely excited to have another high-end, luxury hotel available in Tallinn for meetings and events. Thanks to members like L’Embitu, Team Estonia will be more than ready to welcome and impress travellers when the industry bounces back,” said ECB Marketing Manager Riine Tiigi.
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, 200 event style.
The rooftop restaurant, 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, a real 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 complete 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.
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