Savoy Boutique Hotel
Savoy Boutique Hotel situated at the heart of Old Town was built in 1890, and it has been renovated in the art deco style. The hotel is characterised by its decorative style and use of luxurious materials and various elements of modern art. The hotel has a total of 44 rooms (3 suites, 5 single rooms, 27 double rooms with a bed for two persons and 9 twin rooms with two separate beds). The hotel houses the MEKK Bar and hotel restaurant MEKK, which serves delicious Estonian dishes to the guests. Savoy’s basement floor houses a seminar room for up to 22 people.
The luxurious interior design of the rooms has taken into consideration even the smallest details and all the necessary accessories in order to make your stay a truly enjoyable one. Our facilities have also many historical details in decoration and even guestrooms carpet copies antique floor of staircase.
Furniture of the hotel has been custom made in Italy, wide windowsills are made of Estonian limestone and curtain rods are the art of local blacksmiths.
The hotel has rooms for guests with special needs and guests with allergies. Savoy Boutique Hotel is smoking-free Hotel.
Culinary highlights of Savoy Boutique Hotel bring you to the modern Estonian cuisine, which is unique and filled with pleasant discoveries, full of contrasts but calm and harmonious by nature – just as the Estonian people. Sophisticated dining mingles in with exclusive atmosphere.
The Savoy Boutique Hotel stately building representing the spirit of the Old Town offers seminar organizers a varied list of choices to consider: the opportunity to use other rooms of the hotel (the Seminar Suite, the City Wall Chamber, the MEKK Bar, the lobby) for group work tasks or coffee breaks.
Seminar suite, seating up to 22 people is located on the basement floor of the hotel. This cosy and private room, having limited daylight, is suitable for seminars, training sessions as well for business meetings.
The stately building, representing the spirit of the Old Town, offers the opportunity to use other public rooms of the hotel for group work tasks.