Hyatt continues to expand its service offer with the Hyatt Place Tallinn as an important step.
Hyatt Place Tallinn Hotel, which will have 168 selective service rooms, is scheduled to open in 2023, and will be located near Old City Harbor, one of the busiest ports in Europe.
Located in the capital and cultural center of Estonia, Hyatt Tallinn Square will be close to the city of Tallinn. The surrounding area will be the subject of a large-scale renovation project and, once completed, is expected to offer more business and entertainment experiences in the area. The Linnahall, a former sports and cultural venue, is included in this revitalization project and will be converted into a concert hall and conference center near the planned location of Hyatt Place Tallinn.
Takuya Aoyama, Vice President of Development for Europe and Africa at Hyatt :
We are delighted to announce the plans for the first Hyatt branded hotel in the Baltic States as we continue to focus on thoughtful growth in the places that matter most to our customers, World of Hyatt members, guests and owners. Hyatt Place Tallinn will meet the growing demand for leisure and business in Estonia and provide seamless experiences to help guests make the most of their stay.
Hyatt Place Tallinn will include the Zoom restaurant and lobby bar, a fitness center and event spaces. The central location of Hyatt Place Tallinn, its facilities and flexible service offerings will be particularly suitable for visitors looking for experiences through its design.
Galina Ignatenko, ESTMA HPT OU's owner :
We look forward to working with Hyatt in Hyatt Place Tallinn. As the largest city and capital of Estonia, Tallinn has established itself as a dynamic and entrepreneurial destination for travellers from all over Europe, making it a natural fit for the Hyatt Place brand.