Hyatt has entered into a management and related agreements with Estma Hpt Ou for the first Hyatt-branded hotel in Estonia, Hyatt Place Tallinn.
Expected to open in early 2023, the 168-room select service hotel will be located near the Old City Harbour, one of the busiest passenger ports in Europe.
Situated in Estonia’s capital and cultural hub, Hyatt Place Tallinn will be near Tallinn’s picturesque Old Town, which is recognised as an UNESCO World Heritage site.
The surrounding neighbourhood is set to undergo a large-scale renewal project and once complete, is expected to bring more business and entertainment experiences to the area.
The Linnahall, a former sports and cultural venue, is included in this revitalisation project and will be converted into a concert hall and conference centre near the planned location of Hyatt Place Tallinn.
“We are thrilled to announce plans for the first Hyatt-branded hotel in the Baltics as we continue to prioritise thoughtful growth in locations that matter most to our guests, World of Hyatt members, customers and owners”, said Takuya Aoyama, vice president of development for Europe and Africa, Hyatt.
“Hyatt Place Tallinn will cater to the growing leisure and business demand in Estonia and deliver seamless experiences to help guests get the most out of their stay.”
In addition to offering 168 guestrooms, Hyatt Place Tallinn will feature the Zoom restaurant and a lobby bar, a fitness centre and flexible event spaces.
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