Plenty free parking there are 2 carparks front and rear.
rooms where clean.
receptionist helpful spoke English.
some rooms (upstairs only) have air conditioning this is an aditional 6 euros
No one on the reception when we arrived we had to walk in to the kitchen to find her.
We got to our room to find there was no air conditioning I had seen that they had air conditioning units outside so we asked if we could move to a room with air conditioning it was about 30* celsius.
The receptionist said yes we can move to a room with air conditioning but it would be on the 1st floor, we had asked for a ground floor room as we are both disabled. she also explained that the A/C remote would cost 6 euros i asked is this a deposit ie do we get it back when we hand the remote back she said no. i think this is cheeky by all means charge a deposit but if im buying it i should be able to keep it right?
We agreed to move to the 1st floor for the room with air conditioning.
there is no lift in the hotel and even the ground floor has several steps to it so completley unsuitable for wheelchair users.
breakfast sparse not much choice, no toast, no juice, ran out of coffee.
They did not get me gluten free bread in as i requested?
despite it being 30 degrees celsius outside the heating was on in the hotel all the thermostatic radiator valves outside our room where on so i turned them off. Rather stupid in June.
Raadimõisa hotel looked promising. Check-in was fast, and receptionist was very kind. First bad surprise waited in rooms - Those were like Sauna. Estonia is not know for being too hot contry, and early may is still cool period. However, as it was sunny day, the room was nearly 30 degrees. There was AC in room, but it didnt work. When I asked from reception, they told that it will be working only from June. What a shame...
Room was ok but bathroom was very dark. By adding couple of bright bulbs would do wonders....
Breakfast was simple, and nothing special. Probably a bit of fruits and bread could lift the level to good.
Internet is painfully slow here. My room average net speed was 200 Kbps, which is really slow.
So all in all, unfortnately this hotel gets only two out of five....
A bit more attention from management could make this much better place
Stayed here as we were visiting the National Museum. It is a very good 3 star hotel, with the basic amenities. Our room did not have AC and an older TV, but was clean, bed was very comfortable, and bathroom was clean. Shower had good pressure and hot water.
I did ask for a second pillow and no problems getting one.
Brekfast was a typical Estonian serving of cold cuts, fried and boiled eggs, bacon, cold cuts, and the excellent black bread. Cereal was also available.
I'm wondering about all negative reports here. From my side no big claim. Simple, not expensive, convenient hotel - worth that money. At least clean and large enough room I stayed.
Breakfast was rather short menu, but I think it's ok during no season and really few visitors there.
Nothing wrong with this hotel, although it sits seemingly in the middle of nowhere on the outskirts of Tartu. Our rooms were spotlessly clean and all amenities were there where we needed them. Thought the floor squeegee in the bathroom was a helpful plus (not sure if housekeeping forgot to take with them after cleaning the room however).
Reception staff spoke very good English and were quite helpful.
Agree with others re no elevator if you have large bags, 1st floor rooms open up to neighboring houses, breakfast is a basic after thought - limited choices.
The hotel is very quiet - middle of nowhere but served its purpose for a night's stay. if you are looking to visit Tartu this is not the best choice.