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Nordic Hotel doesn’t only boast a great location, but also a really positive creative atmosphere, and very helpful and friendly staff. That’s why I’m so pleased it’s been the official hotel for – and indeed the focal point of – the Black Nights Film Festival for all these years, and that it will continue to be so in the years to come.

Tiina Lokk
Black Nights Film Festival
Chief organiser

15th Black Nights Film Festival

As has become tradition, the dark nights of November bring some of the world’s best films to Tallinn’s cinemas. This year’s Black Nights Film Festival, which marks its 15th anniversary, runs from 16-30 November.
As per previous festivals, this year’s PÖFF (as it is known by its Estonian acronym) will fill all of the city’s main cinemas. The main programme will naturally draw most viewers, but there are three sub-festivals taking place this year for film lovers with slightly more refined tastes, plus a film and co-production market designed for professionals.
We’re not talking about PÖFF in passing, of course – Nordic Hotel Forum is the official hotel for the festival and will be given over to it for the duration! The opening event will be held here, as well as a range of other events, not to mention the accommodation we’ll be providing to the festival’s guests.

Looking for recommendations? Check out our Facebook page!

The Black Nights Film Festival will once again be bringing hundreds of very worthy films to our cinema screens this year. Sadly, there’s no way any of us can see them all – so you may be wondering which ones to make time for.
Unless you’re au fait with the history of cinema and the nuances and complexities of film-making and can judge these things on those criteria, why not let us make your life a little easier? We’ve asked the PÖFF team to put together a list of what they consider to be this year’s best films – those they feel have the most to say and are most influential – and share it with you via our Facebook page!
So if you’re looking for recommendations and you’re not yet our friend on Facebook, like us and start watching those trailers – there’s only a few days left till the festival begins!

Treat your team to a true Christmas experience!

The festive season is the ideal point at which to take time out and reflect on the year that was. And if in so doing you’d like to thank your team for the effort they’ve made throughout the year, why not treat them to a fantastic three-course lunch or dinner at our restaurant, Monaco? Our head chef Oleg Alasi has put together a special Christmas menu inspired by modern Estonian cuisine. (You can take a look at the menu here.)

Christmas and New Year are also a time of gift-giving. That’s why, in addition to offering them a fantastic dining experience, we’ll give every member of your team the chance to visit our relaxation centre entirely free of charge. They’re sure to forget all about the cold and dark of winter as they unwind in our pool and sauna!

If you think your team (of at least six people) deserves a treat like this, get in touch with us on +372 622 2900 and let’s work out the details!

Nordic Symphony Orchestra autumn concert

The Nordic Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Anu Tali, will be performing in Tallinn once again this autumn. Made up of leading musicians from ten countries, the orchestra calls Tallinn home and aims to promote Estonian music and culture to the rest of the world.
The orchestra’s latest musical journey will begin on 25 & 26 November at the Estonia Concert Hall, where the Tallinn audience – and later those in Budapest, Bratislava and 2012 European Capital of Culture Maribor – will hear Sibelius’ Symphony no. 2, Grieg’s Piano Concerto and Pärt’s Cantus in memory of Benjamin Britten. And as ever, the journey starts right here!
We’re pleased to be able to do our bit so that residents of and visitors to Tallinn can enjoy such quality music.
Enjoy a fun day at the Puppet Museum!

One of the greatest drawcards Tallinn has is not just its stunning Old Town, but also its diversity of museums. One of the most interesting is without doubt the Puppet Museum at the Puppet Theatre – which is why we’re drawing your attention to it!
The museum doesn’t get an awful lot of press, so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to invite all of our guests to go along and explore it for themselves. It’s an exciting museum in the Old Town just a short stroll from the hotel, and has something for everyone, regardless of age.
The museum’s interactive displays – which make use of the very latest technology – showcase the history of puppet theatre in Estonia and around the world. One of the most innovative solutions is the information screens based on the multi-touch system that will be familiar to users of the iPhone. There are also QR code tickets which identify and guide visitors according to their target group and language.
All of this makes the museum a kind of life-sized book about the art of puppet theatre in Estonia – one you’ll find very hard to put down!

So as to make it even easier for you to visit this unique museum, we’ve put together a special Puppet Package for our guests. It includes one night’s accommodation in a double deluxe room (with breakfast) and a family pass to the museum.

So come and enjoy a fantastic day at the Puppet Museum and an unforgettable night at Nordic Hotel Forum!
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