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Koidulapark Hotel is in the former fortification area of the historical centre of Pärnu. The ancient fortifications were liquidated at the end of the 19th century and the territory was divided into plots. In 1905, a dwelling of Johan Jansen, a photographer, was erected at 38 Kuninga Street. The ground floor of the building accommodated Jansen’s photo shop, K. Viks’s garage and the shop of G. Kaal, a tailor.

At the beginning of 2002, the building was fully renovated and an extension was erected in the courtyard. The renovation resulted in the completion of a 39-room tourist hotel with a breakfast restaurant and meeting room.

The hotel rooms have a superb view of the 150-year-old oak avenue and the beautiful park named after the Estonian poetess Lydia Koidula. On the other side, there is the view of the historical firewalls that divide the plots in the centre of the town.

The interior design of the hotel is based on the traditional methods and fashion of the beginning of the 20th century. The colours harmonise with the shades of the park in summer.

There is a lobby bar in the foyer, providing a pleasant atmosphere for a coffee and a chat.

The reception provides versatile information about events as well as catering establishments and other services available in Pärnu. One can book a table at a restaurant, an appointment in a beauty parlour, etc. in the reception. In addition to that, it is possible to post or fax letters, buy consumer goods or use a safe deposit box at the reception.

Owing to its cosy atmosphere and customer-oriented service, the Koidulapark Hotel is the place one would like to return.

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