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  Dear Guest,

Tallinn is all set to go Euro – not only will Estonia join the Eurozone on 1 January 2011 and the euro become the country’s official currency, but on the same day the city will take on the title of European Capital of Culture. Adopting the single currency will simplify the provision of goods and services to our guests, since the majority of those visiting the city will no longer need to exchange their own money for Estonian kroons.

The euro will also shore up stability and reliability in the country, providing the impetus for new economic development and growth in people’s well-being. Late 2010 and the first half of 2011 will see Tallinn offering visitors a wealth of exciting events – from the European Film Academy Awards all the way through to the Youth Song & Dance Celebrations next summer. The Capital of Culture programme comprises of hundred of events for lovers of culture of all tastes. Christmas markets, festivals and all manner of museums will be open to visitors and provide them with unforgettable experiences.

Tallinn awaits!
Wishing you all the best,

Feliks Mägus
Chairman of the Management Board of Nordic Hotels OÜ

Nordic Hotel Forum introduces mobile website

The four-star Nordic Hotel Forum business and conference hotel on Viru Square is the first hotel in Tallinn to provide its clients with an innovative opportunity to use a mobile website, which is a convenient and user-friendly tool for making hotel reservations while on a trip or away from the office.
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Menu concept 

Since mid-September, the Nordic Hotel Forum’s restaurant, Monaco, has had a new menu – presenting a modern take on traditional Estonian cuisine. “Estonian food means food that is grown here, raised here, caught here and gathered here,” explains Monaco’s head chef Oleg Alasi.

Among the items on the new menu you will find ‘Tallinn salad’ – just the kind of thing Estonians would make at home to celebrate their birthday, for example. What makes the salad Estonian is the inclusion of duck. For your main, head chef Oleg recommends Estonian wild boar and elk in currant wine served with chanterelle mushrooms, sauerkraut, parsnip and turnip with fresh herbs. Lennart Meri’s herring rolls have gained enormous popularity in a very short time, combining as they do the very best of land and sea, or ‘surf and turf’. The fish is stuffed with spinach and nuts, baked in the oven, lightly marinated and served with a fresh cowberry vinaigrette. Monaco’s new menu also has a special feature you won’t often find elsewhere: it marks the contents of dishes which some diners may be intolerant of – lactose, gluten, citrus, nuts, eggs and mushrooms.

Come and experience our modern take on Estonian classics for yourself!


The Nordic Hotel Forum joined with WORLDHOTELS chain 

Since August 2010 Nordic Hotel Forum has been a member of the international WORLDHOTELS chain. The hotel forms part of the chain's First Class Collection.
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Europe´s best Christmas market is moving to the Rotermann quarter! 

The Christmas market which has spent the last nine years on Town Hall Square is moving to the main square in the Rotermann quarter, just behind the Nordic Hotel Forum, the post office building and the Coca-Cola Plaza cinema complex. The market will open on 19 November and close on 9 January.
More information is available online at 
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival  
As an official hotel partner of PÖFF, we are pleased to announce that the 14th Tallinn Black Nights Film   Festival  will be held this year from 9 November to 5 December. This very popular festival, known as PÖFF, is  designed to introduce world cinema to Estonian audiences in all of its richness, offering food for
thought   for  a number of tastes and for every age. It is organised by the non-profit organisation Pimedate Ööde Filmifestival. PÖFF comprises a main programme, four sub-festivals and its own special market.
Details of the programme are available

Treat yourself and your family and friends to some food for thought – buy your tickets today!

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