Tallinn Estonia Wyndham Hotel
The Radisson RED Tallinn, Estonia, is located in the heart of the bustling capital of the country and will open at the end of 2023. We are pleased to announce that the brand's global expansion continues with the opening of our first new hotel in Estonia in more than a decade in the capital Tallinna.
The hotel itself will offer the same high-quality amenities that Radisson RED is known for, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, a restaurant with bar and full service, as well as the world's largest rooftop pool and spa. The hotel also offers daily meals with a range of restaurants, bars, restaurants and bars.
The hotel is close to the main train station and the streets, making it easy for guests to get to and from the train. The proximity of the hotel to other Riga hotels makes it possible not to waste much time during the day passing through. The bus journey between Latvia and Tallinn takes about 4.5 hours and is available daily from about 5: 30 to 19: 00.
On the south side of the river, the hotel is in close proximity to the Park Inn Meriton. It is about 20-25 minutes walk from the main railway station and about 10 minutes from the central business district of Riga. In the surrounding area there are several restaurants and bars as well as a number of cafes and restaurants near the park.
I would like to spend two weeks in Riga or Tallinn in winter, but I do not see that it will turn into a real journey. The possibility to stay in one of the two hotels for 15 dollars per night and earn a point still exists. If you are familiar with the location, you will not mind visiting the place in winter, as the architecture and pubs are the main attractions in the Baltic cities. From the Park Inn Meriton you can walk into the park and enjoy beautiful views of the river and the city centre.
With approximately 800 base spending points, a Radisson Rewards member can expect to earn 16,000 points from hotel spending. Depending on the type of card you can expect 2,700 to 9,500 points, a total of 6,800 points.
My preference would be to stay in a city or place that balances price and price. So, I chose 8 of the cheapest hotel nights in Riga and alternated between staying at the Tallinn Estonia Wyndham Hotel and the Radisson Blu Hotel in Krakow, Poland. A more favourable option would have been to move to the TALLINN ESTONIA WYNDHAM Hotel (420 - 465 - 510 Euro) in the Latvian city of Tallinna. The average price of a night in a hotel in Tallini Etonia Wydenham in Latvia will be between $420 and $460 (about $460 to $465 or $510).
During my stay in Riga, I visited four Radisson properties and the Park Inn Residences in Barona. And it was what I thought was a jewel because the rooms are in the style of an apartment. I was then downgraded to Kelley's Night Gold (elite member) and stayed with my points and cash for 5,000 points in cash. My room was one of the upgrades that included a few suites and was a good choice for the price of 420 to 465 euros (about 460 to 510 euros).
I had plans to travel to Vilnius, Lithuania (Kaunas and Klaipeda), but I eventually cancelled those plans and stayed in a Radisson property in the city. My thoughts went back to Riga While Radisson Rewards launched their new promotion "Riga Rewards," which offers 150,000 bonus points. That deal motivated me on a trip to Australia in 2003, which earned me 3,000 Starpoints.
Kelley and I took her to a Starwood property where we changed rooms 10 times, and it was three to four times more expensive in the summer than in the winter. It is located south of the Daugava River and offers a great view of Riga's historic city centre and the city skyline.
Are there any travel plans or forecasts you can make for your own trip when determining how valuable discounts you expect for hotel stays? What kind of hotel deals are you looking for when you're trying to maximize what you spend in return for hotel loyalty programs? I have compiled a list of Radisson Park Inn hotels that I estimated could earn 150,000 bonus points for a total of $1.5 million in loyalty points.
Last week, I checked hotel prices in Riga and was surprised to find that many of them cost well over $100 a night. Riga has five to seven hotels on the Old Town side of the Daugava River, and the two most distant hotels are about 20 minutes away on foot. The two best preserved medieval buildings of the city, the old town and the old town, are within walking distance of each other, while a renovated building representing the future of this city and its historic buildings is 1.5 km away. This is the creative center of our city with a variety of art galleries, restaurants, shops, cafes, museums, galleries and restaurants.