Hotel Telegraaf is a part of medieval Tallinn`s Old Town which dates back to as far as the 13th century . The magnificent hotel building was constructed as an exchange station for the Estonian Telegraph company in 1878. The building is situated next to the very center of the city near the Town Hall Square. It is the ideal choice for businessmen and leisure travelers. The hotel provides various facilities: underground parking lot, Wi-Fi Internet access, sauna, stream bath, Jacuzzi, an indoor 10-metre swimming pool, a multifunctional conference hall, a restaurant and a lobby-bar.
The Hotel Telegraaf has 86 rooms designed in Modern Art Style with Art Deco touches. Most of the rooms have the Old Town views. Each room incorporates a medium sized bathroom, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi internet access, and a flat screen television set. There are also rooms for disabled, allergic, and non-smoking rooms in the hotel.
The hotel restaurant Berlin with 55 seats invites guests to enjoy a wide variety of dishes of the Russian cuisine and live classical music on Friday and Saturday evenings.