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In cooperation with the Estonian Health Board and other government agencies, we have thoroughly reviewed operations in our hotels so that your accommodation with us can be safe. In order to ensure this, please read the following explanations and instructions.

What is the hotel team doing to limit the spread of coronavirus?

– The staff of our hotels have undergone safety training and are aware of the ways in which the virus advances as well as the measures required to prevent it.
– We constantly disinfect and ventilate public areas.
– Particular attention is paid, for example, to door handles, the buttons on the lift control panel and the keypad of the card payment terminals.
– We perform daily cleaning in agreement with the client – in order to reduce possible contacts, we provide a cleaning service upon request for longer stays. We also ask you to let us know if the towels need to be changed.
– Our staff wears mask while on duty.

– Breakfast is served in hotel room.
– When holding meetings and conferences, we follow the government restrictions on the permitted number of attendees.
– In the conference rooms, we ensure that people can keep a distance and place seats according to the 2+2 rule.
– We arrange coffee breaks and lunches to be as contactless as possible and find a suitable solution for each group.
– Prior to and after the event, we ventilate the rooms.
– We disinfect surfaces and handles constantly.

* Restaurant Elements is temporary closed until spring 2021.

What can our guests do to limit the spread of the virus?

– Visit us when you are healthy! If you feel ill, stay home and consult a doctor.
– In the hotel we follow the 2+2 rule – a maximum of two people or members of the same group (e.g. family) are allowed to move together.
– We maintain a distance – the recommended distance between people is 2 m.
– We take lifts alone or accompanied by members of the same group.
– We keep our hands clean – disinfectants are available in many places in the hotel’s public areas. Hand washing is very effective in preventing transmission of the virus – please wash your hands!
– When paying for services, pay by a card, if possible.
– If you feel sick during your stay at the hotel, please inform the reception staff by telephone.

Customer label “You are safe here”

Tallink Hotels has joined the Goodwill Agreement of the tourism service provides of the city of Tallinn. This proves that we are following the advice for controlling the spread of COVID-19 and are dedicated to ensuring a safe environment for both our clients and employees.

Read more about Goodwill Agreement »

See also other recommendations and guidelines

Guidelines set forth by the Estonian Government »
Check out Tallink’s travel recommendations »
Guidelines set forth by the Latvian Government »