European Green Capital 2023 Opening Venues
Unconventional yet convenient, Tallinn Cruise Terminal is a great place for meetings and events. Take advantage of the beautiful sea views and fresh sea air, while enjoying the central Tallinn location.
The new cruise terminal, completed in July 2021, is the most contemporary in the region, designed with the environment and sustainability in mind. The terminal is powered by solar panels which have been adapted to the Nordic climate and heated and cooled by marine energy through a heat pump.
House of the Blackheads
The House of the Blackheads is one of the most stunning pieces of built heritage in Tallinn’s Old Town. In medieval times it housed Tallinn´s wealthiest merchant and artisan guilds, the Brotherhood of Blackheads and St Olaf’s Guild. Through all the centuries it has been fashionable and contemporary (despite different rulers and owners). The most spectacular rooms in the building are the White Hall, which was the first renaissance style hall in Tallinn, and the two-naved gothic St. Olaf´s Hall. There is no other Renaissance building in Tallinn preserved so well to our days. The House of the Blackheads now mainly serves as a stylish venue for receptions, concerts and other formal events.
Nordic Hotel Forum
This modern 4-star superior business and conference hotel is located at the very heart of the capital, boasting a prominent location on the edge of Tallinn’s Old Town. The hotel was fully renovated in 2020 and after installing several new control measures, it re-opened in August 2021 as the covid-safest hotel in Estonia. An eco-friendly hotel awarded with the Green Key eco-label since 2010.
With a known reputation for a high level service, Nordic Hotel Forum is the hotel of choice for many international visitors from across the globe, serving as the venue for several important business and political events. As a culture-friendly enterprise, it's a key partner for the organizers of some of the leading cultural events in the country, including the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival and Tallinn Music Week.
Club of Different Rooms
Club of Different Rooms (Erinevate Tubade Klubi in Estonian) is a unique setting for events and meetings in the bustling Telliskivi Creative District. Located a stone’s throw from Tallinn Old Town, in the A1 building of the Telliskivi complex - home to popular restaurants, bars and stores, it’s an attractive venue for holding private and corporate events.
The venue on the 4th floor boasts views of the Old Town and the surrounding industrial landscape. Rooms are furnished in a cosy living-room style, with the main hall divided into 12 seating sections, each equipped with sofas, screens and interactive tables. The combination of the stylish rooms, state-of-the-art technical solutions and personalized approach to customers make it a go-to venue for those seeking a memorable setting for both live and hybrid events.
Ülemiste City is an international and diverse environment focused on the development of knowledge-based work and talent-centricity. The environment was designed to support the global competitiveness of each community member, attracting expat talents back home and inspiring the creation of new business models. Highest standards in sustainable development contribute to designing green and healthy urban spaces.