Reval Hotel Olympia, Tallinn Chosen as the Best Conference Centre in Estonia

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Top conference organizers have overwhelmingly selected Reval Hotel Olümpia conference centre in Tallinn as the best conference venue in Estonia, in a recent poll conducted by leading Estonian business newspaper, Äripäev.

We are honoured to be recognised by this overwhelming result by the field's best experts. We have put a lot of effort into the staff training and service procedures. It is a pleasure to acknowledge that this is giving a good result and that we are on a right path

Top conference organizers have overwhelmingly selected Reval Hotel Olümpia conference centre in Tallinn as the best conference venue in Estonia, in a recent poll conducted by leading Estonian business newspaper, Äripäev.

Competent staff, good technical level and availability of a high-level restaurant of Reval Hotel Olümpia' Tallinn conference centre were highlighted by the evaluators. Reval Hotel Olümpia received 11 points, which is half more than the runner-up Radisson SAS hotel.

"We are honoured to be recognised by this overwhelming result by the field's best experts. We have put a lot of effort into the staff training and service procedures. It is a pleasure to acknowledge that this is giving a good result and that we are on a right path," Tiina Reijonen, the General Manager of the Tallinn-based hotel said.

"This is a continous work and we give our best to keep our standards on a high level and giving our upmost for our customers," she added.

Conference centres in Tallinn and the rest of Estonia were evaluated by Eesti Konverentsikeskus, Pärnu Konverentsid, Tallinna Konverentsid, Frens, Äripäev and Eesti Konverentsid.

The 26 storey Reval Hotel Olümpia is one of the landmarks of Tallinn. Its conference centre has 13 multifunctional conference rooms with total space of over 900 square metres. There is also availability to use two separate banquet halls.

Reval Hotels is the leading hotel chain in the Baltic countries, operating six, full service, first class Reval Hotels located in the Baltic capitals, as well as three Reval Inns - located in Tallinn, Vilnius and Klaipeda. Reval Hotels will also open two new hotels in 2008, one in Riga and one in Kaunas. Reval Hotels is owned by Norwegian real estate investment company Linstow AS, owned by Anders Wilhemsen Group, major shareholder of the world's second largest cruise shipping company Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. The annual turnover of Reval Hotels was 54 million Euros in 2006.

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