Best Hostels in Tallinn for Solo Travellers, Couples, & Small Groups

Best Hostels in Tallinn for Solo Travellers, Couples, & Small Groups
Tallinn is the capital of Estonia, and it has become a popular tourist destination because of its beautiful architecture and impressive Old Town. It's a relatively affordable city to visit by European standards and there are several great hostels around town. Many hostels are located in or near the city's Old Town, which offers visitors access to most of the main tourist attractions. If you stay further outside of the Old Town, you'll enjoy the vibe of a more modern, authentic neighborhood.
How much do hostels in Tallinn cost?
Average Dorm Price $14 ($7 to $38)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $32 ($15 to $59)

A good hostel for solo travellers.

Uus 14 , Tallinn Estonia
Tallinn Old Town Backpackers Hostel is located in a remodeled historic building in the city's Old Town. It's walking distance to many of the city's sights and attractions and is conveniently located near many different restaurants and pubs. The hostel is small and offers a cozy setting for travelers who are in town for a few days or longer. It's the perfect place to relax in a comfortable setting where it's easy to talk to other guests and make some new friends. It's a great hostel for solo travelers and has the feel of a true backpacker's retreat.

The hostel has no private rooms and the dorms sleep up to six people. It's got a personal vibe and many guests just hang out and chat. The staff is also friendly and helpful. They can help with travel arrangements to Lahemaa National Park or other areas throughout Estonia. There are also tours of Patarei prison available, or you could go to the shooting range on an organized tour.

A good hostel for solo travellers, couples, and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $8.42
Private Room: $9.69
Overall Rating: 81%
Rüütli 18 , Tallinn Estonia
Knight House is located in the historic Old Town of Tallinn. The hostel is small and comfortable and it has a lot of character. It sits on a quiet street where you can be assured a good nights sleep, but the hostel itself is social enough that you shouldn't have trouble meeting other guests. The staff are also friendly and keep the environment lively and fun.

The hostel is small, with only ten rooms to choose from. There are a range of private rooms to choose from including single rooms, twins, doubles, triples, and quads. All rooms have shared bathrooms. Dorms sleep either five or six people. The five bed room is female only, the rest are co-ed.

The hostel also has a full kitchen which guests can use. There's also a large common area and a nice balcony for when the weather is warm.

A good hostel for solo travellers and small groups.

Overall Rating: 95%
Roosikrantsi 4 , Tallinn Estonia
Euphoria is another well located hostel in Tallinn. It's about a two minute walk from Freedom Square and is very close to the Old Town. It's also easily accessible with public transportation. There's a supermarket nearby as well if you're hoping to prepare your own meals.

The hostel has a fun environment with lots of live music and concerts in the lounge area. There are also the standard amenities available including free wi-fi, large lockers, laundry service, and light snacks including muesli, cereal, coffee, and tea. The hostel also has three separate kitchens if you want to prepare your own meals.

The common area is the perfect place to hang out and make friends with other guests. Many guests hang out and smoke the hookah pipe and you can also watch movies or sporting events on the television, or join an impromptu concert with guitars, drums, and more. The hostel also has an on-site bar that serves beer, cider, and soft drinks.

There are no private rooms but dorms sleep four or ten guests.

A good hostel for solo travellers, couples, small groups, families, and female travellers.

Private Room: $29.72
Overall Rating: 92%
Nunne 1 , Tallinn Estonia
Tabinoya offers visitors the choice of staying in a hostel setting or a private apartment. It's located right in the middle of Tallinn's old town and is just steps from the town hall square. It's also surrounded by some of the best restaurants in town and close to the trendy Kalamaja and Telliskivi neighborhoods, which are popular with locals and tourists alike.

If you're looking for a laid back and mellow setting then this is a great option. The building has an authentic vibe with wooden decor and a private sauna available to guests.

The hostel has four and eight bed dorms. Four bed dorms are female only, and eight bed dorms are co-ed. Private rooms are very diverse and include single, twin, double, triple, and quads. There's also a five bed apartment available on a separate floor. It has two bedrooms and a large living room. This space is perfect for a group of friends or a family that want some privacy.
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