The Bombay Hotel is a landmark in the medieval city of Tallinn, Estonia.

Home to world-class culinary, exquisite social gatherings and authentic experiences. A place where exclusivity is standard, privacy paramount, and our guests at the heart of everything. The Bombay Hotel will unveil a new unrivalled stay experience in spring 2023!

The elegant Bombay Hotel is situated in the historical Tallinn Old Town district, close to Tallinn’s Town Hall Square. The building itself dates back to the 15th century when a wealthy Russian merchant purchased the property and had it redesigned by the famous architect August Gabler.

The merchant, accustomed to the best, had Gabler construct the property as it stands today for his personal use, where he entertained in a lavish style in one of the grandest homes. In 1850 the home was turned into a hotel, and it remains as the oldest hotel in Tallinn that has been operational ever since. Although it was run under a different name during the Soviet regime it continues to carry on the heritage and legacy. Ever since 1921 when it catered to the first Russian Ambassador to Estonia, it has been home of important politicians and business leaders helping to shape the future. The hotel has always been a significant landmark in the city of Tallinn with a captivating Art Deco style.

The elegant boutique hotel features 17 rooms in various categories, each with a bespoke interior.
The Suites at Bombay Hotel are beautifully decorated private retreats in the heart of Tallinn’s Old Town. In total the hotel boasts 4 Suites that offer a contemporary design in harmony with the hotel’s history, an intimate living area and spacious bedroom. High ceilings in the historical guest rooms provide a sense of airiness whereas the luxurious bathrooms offer a marbled décor

The Bombay Grand Suite

The gem of Bombay Hotel is The Bombay Grand Suite, a residentially styled one-bedroom suite which features a historical fireplace from 1933 designed by the talented Estonian Architect Karl Burman who studied in the oldest school of design in Russia - the Stieglitz Art School in St. Petersburg. Complemented by modern design and personalised service, the Suite offers an airy living room with bespoke furnishings. Well-equipped bathroom boasts a separate walk in shower.

Culinary philosophy

Bombay Hotel is at the heart of culinary philosophy combining 4 unique gourmet concepts.

Estonia’s first dedicated Caviar restaurant where classic culinary techniques blend seamlessly with Russian influences. World’s finest caviar and noble champagne are the center of attention in the sumptuous setting. Our sommelier will assist with the perfect beverage pairing from our extensive wine-list.

An Omakase restaurant where authentic Japanese flavours are carefully selected and presented by the detail driven Chef. The menu serves the highest quality fish available and uses superior ingredients.

The art of fine dining is demonstrated in the sublime Cantonese cuisine restaurant. Under the careful guidance of a Michelin starred chef the concept of serving authentic Chinese flavours has been created to indulge the gourmands. The restaurant is accompanied by a private room where exclusive events can take place.

A bakery that offers breads and pastries of all varieties where traditional recipes are fused with modern influences. Guests can enjoy aromatic brews with warm and fragrant pâtisserie.

The Bar invites guests to socialize in an intimate setting where craft cocktails and fine spirits are served by the mixologists throughout the day.


An urban hideaway, Bombay Hotel’s spa, is hidden on the lowest floor of the hotel, offering two treatment rooms, jacuzzi, Japanese bath and Finnish sauna. Our certified professionals offer a range of products and services. The soothing environment offers a unique wellness experience that rejuvenates both the mind and the body.