Lydia – most stately in Tartu

30. January 2020


Hotel Lydia is Tartu’s most stately hotel, without being overly formal, but contrarily comfortable and cosy. Efficient and personal service creates a special and unique atmosphere. However the experience is not complete without visiting the Lydia spa lounge. Morning sauna combined with swimming in a cave-like pool or relaxing there before dinner is a treat for the body and soul. The hotel’s restaurant Hõlm is the best in town.


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