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Spring has sprung, the sun is shining and the snow has finally melted. It’s a time of year that puts the smile back on your face as you shed your winter wardrobe and start making plans for getting out and about and enjoying the warmer weather.

That’s why we’ll soon be reopening our very popular summer terrace. We still have a little bit to do to get it ready, but everyone will be welcome to make the most of the opportunities it affords from the second half of May. Our head chef Oleg Alasi will be putting together a light and summery menu especially for the occasion, and of course drinks will be available to suit everyone’s taste.

So bring yourself, your colleagues, your friends, your family and anyone else you know to soak up the sun on our summer terrace! Alternatively, pull up a chair for some you time, sit back and just enjoy the views over the city – after all, we’re right at the very heart of Tallinn and they don’t come any better!

Our summer terrace – if you haven’t experienced it for yourself, you don’t know what you’re missing!

See you there!

Feliks Mägus
Chairman of the Board
Nordic Hotels OÜ


Pop Idols take up residence in Nordic Hotel Forum

Our hotel is well known for being a culture-friendly kind of place – it’s where a lot of guests attending the Black Nights Film Festival stay, as well as performers and stars visiting Tallinn for other festivals and events. We’re over the moon that world-famous stars coming to Tallinn know about our hotel before they even get here. But in order for up-and-coming local stars to get to know us that little bit better, we’ve spent the last few years working closely with the Estonian version of the TV talent show Pop Idol.
Stars that have stayed with us from the third series of the show include winner Ott Lepland and one of its more successful runners-up (and favourite of many a young lady!) Marten Kuningas.
With the fourth series of the hit show currently running on TV3, we are continuing to provide our services to the contestants, with this year’s finalists staying with us in style. Don’t tell anyone, but watching the show every Sunday night isn’t your only chance of spying your favourite – come and pull up a chair in our lobby bar and you could come face-to-face with them every day!
And whatever happens, however soon they have to leave the show, you can be sure that they’ll have had an amazing time staying with us at Nordic Hotel Forum!

Nordic Symphony Orchestra descends on Tallinn

Nordic Hotel Forum does everything it can to support culture. That’s why we’re happy to be able to invite you to ‘Destination: Tallinn’, a concert by the Nordic Symphony Orchestra being given at the Estonia Concert Hall at 7.00 pm on 2 and 3 May 2011, conducted by Estonia’s own Anu Tali.
Anu says the concert has little in common with the season opener, which had something of the depths of autumn about it. The NSO concert, on the other hand, is brimming with the hope that spring brings with it.
The first piece, ‘Opening Fanfares’, is dedicated to a man who will always remain one of Estonia’s true music legends, Eino Tamberg, who is sadly no longer with us.
This will be followed by ‘WOW!’ or ‘Wing on Wing’, one of the latest works by well-known Finnish composer and conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen.
And of course a spring concert wouldn’t be a spring concert without Mahler. Anyone who has ever been to the Alps and heard the babbling of the mountain brooks and the tinkling of bells around the necks of the cows grazing on the peaks in the glow of the early evening sun will know what inspired his latest work.
The concert will come to a close with Ravel’s ‘Daphnis and Chloe’ – a piece which speaks for itself!
Anu says: “I’d really like to thank you for giving us the opportunity, again and again, to play the music of our time and for joining us in looking for the nature and true face and feeling of contemporary art. You can’t live in a museum if life is constantly moving on! You have to live in the here and now. So in that sense we should be thinking about what our time is really like – and what we are really like.”
Launching soon will be the Friends of the Nordic Symphony Orchestra Club. We invite everyone who is a friend of Nordic Hotel Forum to think about the points Anu has raised with us – and why not let this concert be our starting point?

We’re truly happy that our hotel has made its own contribution to the success of the concert. We hope you will make a contribution, too, by buying a ticket from Eesti Kontsert or Piletilevi sales points!

See you at the concert! 

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