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Swissôtel Tallinn during construction 4 June 2005
|Management||Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts|
|Height||117 metres (384 ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Number of rooms||238|
|Number of restaurants||3|
Swissôtel Tallinn is a luxury hotel in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, and is managed by Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts. Designed by architect Meeli Truu from Nord Projekt AS, Swissôtel Tallinn, at a height of 117 metres (384 ft) is one of Baltic’s tallest hotels. This hotel is part of the Tornimäe complex, located in the heart of Tallinn, which consists of the hotel and a residential building. The 5-star hotel has 238 rooms and suites, 3 restaurants, 3 bars, a spa, and fitness center.
The contract to build this hotel was signed 2004. Construction of the 117-meter skyscraper took over 3 years to complete. The ceremonial opening of the hotel took place on December 10, 2007. The Tornimäe Towers were designed by Meeli Truu from Nord Projekt AS.  This company (Nord Projekt AS) has designed several hotels in Estonia and in Europe. The interior decorator was Meelis Press Architects. Since January 2010 Swissôtel Tallinn is a member of Estonian Hotel and Restaurant Association.
Food & Beverage
Swissotel Tallinn has three dining options.
- Horisont Restaurant on the top (30th) floor - A rooftop restaurant and bar offering views of Tallinn with a fine dining focus
- The Quarter on the 8th floor - A bistro-type of restaurant for more 'regular' dining. Also serves the hotel breakfast.
- No3 Deli Lounge - Lobby deli, lounge, and bar offering small dishes and drinks
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