The 202-room hotel will be a few minutes’ walk from the historic old town and major commercial areas of the city. The property will include an indoor swimming pool, sun terrace, gym and spa.
The medieval old town of Tallinn was granted UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1997 and has been gradually building its profile as one of Europe’s leading city break destinations. Well preserved cobbled streets with historic townhouses now feature fashionable shops and lively cafes.
In recent years the city has benefited from new airline routes to Tallinn Airport from major cities such as London, Frankfurt, Moscow and Scandinavian countries.
Hilton Worldwide has the largest pipeline of any hospitality company in Europe, with more than 250 hotels operating and a further 130-plus now under development.
So far in 2013, new properties to join the portfolio include Conrad Algarve and Waldorf Astoria Berlin.
Major new additions expected this year include Hilton Istanbul Bomonti Hotel and Conference Center and Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem.