Thank You!
Dear colleagues and friends,
Thank you for attending the 31st ESOPRS meeting in Tallinn.
There were 382 participants, representing 52 countries and every continent. We are very grateful for your contribution to making the meeting warm and lovely.
You will find some pictures from the homepage gallery to think back on the nice time you spent in Tallinn.
With warmest greetings,
Artur, Toomas
and the Organizing Committee
Local Organizer Dr. Artur Klett
Society of Estonian Ophthalmic Surgeons

Organizing Secretariat Frens Conference Services
Toompuiestee 30, 10149 Tallinn
Phone +372 6 979 293, Fax +372 6 979 201
scientific progam
Pre-Meeting Course
September 13, 2012
Part I
Moderators: U. Schaudig/ D. Paridaens/ F. Quaranta Leoni
07.30 – 08.15 Registration
08.15 – 08.30 Welcome
08.30 – 09.15 Ectropion (live)
Uwe Peter Press, Germany
09.15 – 09.30 Entropion (video)
Dion Paridaens, The Netherlands
09.30 – 10.30 Ptosis/ Aponeurosis (live)
Anthony Tyers, UK
10.30 – 11.00 Levator resection (video)
Dion Paridaens, The Netherlands
11.00 – 12.00 Enucleation/ Evisceration (live)
Rudolf Guthoff, Germany
12.00 – 12.15 Canthoplastic (in/out) video
Jean Paul Adenis, France
12.15 – 13.00 Special case
Ulrich Schaudig, Germany
Uwe Peter Press, Germany
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch
Restaurant Merineitsi
Part II
Moderators: R. Guthoff/ J. P. Adenis/ A. Tyers
14.00 – 15.00 DCR (live)
Stephan Grewe, Germany
15.00 – 15.15 Eyelid Carcinoma (video)
Francesco Quaranta Leoni, Italy
15.15 – 16.15 Upperlid blepharoplastic (live)
Uwe Peter Press, Germany
Ulrich Schaudig, Germany
16.15 – 16.30 Lowerlid blepharoplastic (video)
Hans-Werner Meyer-Rüsenberg, Germany
Karl-Heinz Emmerich, Germany
16.30 – 17.00 Special case (live)
Ulrich Schaudig, Germany
Uwe Peter Press, Germany
17.00 – 17.15 Discussion
17.15 Closing

NB! The organisers reserve the right to make changes in the programme.
19.00 Welcome reception at Estonia Concert Hall

Scientific Meeting
September 14, 2012
07.00 –08.00 Registration and exhibition
08.00 Welcome
08:15 – 09:40 Scientific session I: ORBIT (1)
Moderators: W.Lieb (Germany)/ H.Sigurdsson/ (Iceland)
1 Treatment of trapdoor fracture in pediatric patients
Arnulf BAUMANN, Austria
2 Multi-spiral CT in ocular restriction after orbital trauma
Yaroslav GRUSHA, Russia
3 Treatment of acute severe orbital emphysema with needling decompression
Shmuel LEVARTOVSKY, Israel
4 Orbital inflammation after globe trauma with vegetal foreign body: what lies beneath
Sorinela ROATA, France
5 The Visible Orbit Project: 3-D Navigation through Leo Koornneef’s orbits
Herb SIMONSZ, The Netherlands
6 The method of hemostasis after orbital exenteration
Elena UTKINA, Russia
7 Conjunctival SCC: a serious diagnosis
Christina MILLER, Germany
8 The results of silicone orbital expanders in patients with severe congenital
microphthalmos or nophthalmos.
Didem SERIN, Turkey
9 Outcomes and complication rates of acrylic orbital implantation after evisceration and
Fariha SHAFI, United Kingdom
10 Method of eye prosthesis fixation to the mobile stump with the use of adhesive gel
Mikhail SHLYAKHTOV, Russia
09:40 –10:00 Coffee break
10:00 – 11:10 Scientific session I: ORBIT (2)
Moderators: R. Kalmann (The Netherlands) / M.Ünal (Turkey)
Invited lecture: Dion Paridaens (Rotterdam)
Orbital Xanthogranuloma
1 Infraorbital nerve enlargement (IONE) in patients with IgG4-related ophthalmic disease
Koh-ichi OHSHIMA, Japan
2 IgG4-related disease of the orbit – a clinicopathologic study of 13 patients
Leonard HOLBACH, Germany
3 Orbital decompression in patients with keratoprosthesis
Alfonso MARIN, Spain
4 Unexpected Ectopic Thyroid Tissue in the Orbit: A Clinical Case Report
Andrius RUZGYS, Lithuania
5 39 orbital decompressions – A first year experience
Miroslav KNEŽEVIĆ, Serbia
6 Functional and aesthetic outcome after bony lateral wall decompression
with removal of the orbital rim in graves’ orbitopathy with regard to the configuration
of the lateral canthal region.
Nicole FICHTER, Switzerland
7 Use of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in Complicated Preseptal Orbital Cellulitis
11:10 –11:30 Coffee break
11:30 – 13:00 Scientific session II: Socket
Moderators: C.Hintschich (Germany)/ M.Gonzalez-Candial (Spain)
Invited lecture: R. Guthoff (Rostock)
Postenucleation socket syndrom – Prophylaxis and treatment
1 Enucleation for retinoblastoma – results from 20 years
Dyonne HARTONG, The Netherlands
2 A novel low-cost enucleation procedure: silicone sphere implants wrapped in
vicryl mesh for extra-ocular muscle attachment; complication rates
comparing porous implants
Vladimir KRATKY, Canada
3 A new model of a custom fit orbital implant
Andrea SCISCIO, United Arab Emirates
4 Temporal Muscle Transposition in Reconstruction of the Irradiated Anophthalmic Socket
Safak KARSLIOGLU, Turkey
5 The navigation in the surgical treatment of the posttraumatic orbital Deformaties
Dmitry DAVYDOV, Russia
6 The results of postenucleation reconstruction with the use of polymeric orbital implant
«Bionic» in children
Marina GUSHCHINA, Russia
7 The Demographic Features of Eye Loss due to Trauma
Müslime AKBABA, Turkey
8 Fat auto-graft with porous polyethylene (medpor®) orbital implant after enucleation in
previously irradiated patients
LuzMaria VASQUEZ, Spain
13:00 –14:00 Lunch
14:00 –14:30 Mustarde Lecture
14:30 – 15:30 Scientific session III: Lacrimal (1)
Moderators: K-H. Emmerich (Germany)/ I. Ntountas (Greece)
1 Microendoscopic Recanalization with Silicone Intubation for the Treatment of Canalicular
and Primary Acquired Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction
Reynaldo JAVATE, Philippines
2 Outcome of Endolacrimal Surgery in Patients Having Different Stages of Nasolacrimal Duct
Ivan HAEFLIGER, Switzerland
3 Is the placment of lacrimal stents in congenital nldo necessary?
4 Efficacy of Transcanalicular Endoscopy and Endoscopic Dacryoplasty
with Microdrill in Children
Eszter VON LOVENBERG, Germany
5 Presumed virus-induced punctal occlusion
Michael YULISH, Israel
6 Comparison of Transnasal Endoscopic vs. Transcanalicular Diode Laser
Dacryocystorhinostomy for the Management of Primary Acquired Nasolacrimal Duct
Obstruction: Prospective Randomised Clinical Study
Onur KONUK, Turkey
7 Transcaruncular surgery of lacrimal ectropion
Pierre-Yves ROBERT, France
15:30 –15:50 Coffee Break
15:50 – 17:00 Scientific session III: Lacrimal (2)
Moderators: I Haefliger (Switzerland)/ K.Palumaa (Estonia)
Invited lecture: Ulrich Schaudig (Hamburg)
Understanding the Lacrimal System from within: notes from the endocanalicular Approach
1 Lacrimal surgery in Estonia: small country, big challenges
Kadi PALUMAA, Estonia
2 Management of Ocular Air-Reflux through a Lester-Jones Tube in a Patient in
Need of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure
Ivan HAEFLIGER, Switzerland
3 Dacryoendoscopic observation and incidence of canalicular obstruction/ stenosis
associated with S-1, an oral anticancer drug
Tsugihisa SASAKI, Japan
4 Long-term results of adjunctive use of Mitomycin-C in external dacryocystorhinostomy
Aleksandra JAKUBASZEK, Poland
5 Interest of cone beam computed tomography dacryocytography for the exploration
of the lacrimal outflow system
Guillaume CASSE, France
17:00 – 17:15 President
17:15 –17:30 Break
17:30 –18:00 Annual General Meeting
19:00 Gala Dinner

September 15, 2012
09:00 – 10:30 Scientific session IV: Eyelids
Moderators: B. Drnovsek (Slovenia)/ F.Steinkogler (Austria)
Invited lecture: Michele Beaconsfield (London)
Tumour treatment: what the future holds
1 Management of primary periocular basal cell carcinoma: location, histological subtype,
excision margins and recurrence rate
Tahrina SALAM, United Kingdom
2 The method of eyelid basal cell carcinoma recurrence prevention
Elena UTKINA, Russia

3 Lymphatic mapping and sentinel lymph node biopsy
for invasive cutaneous eyelid melanomas
Varun HARISH, Australia

4 Divided Naevi of the Eyelids
Meghana Anika VARDE, Germany

5 A Grey Keratinous Tarsal Cyst with Gram+ Cocci
Marita UUSITALO, Finland

6 Meibomian Gland Ductal Probing and Drug Delivery VS Lid Margin Massage in
Treatment of Obstructive Meibomian Gland Dysfunction
Sheriff ELWAN, Egypt

7 Non-surgical treatment of cicatricial ectropion
Ricardo ROMERO, Spain

8 Surgical correction for lower lid epiblepharon using modified epicanthoplasty and
lash-rotating sutures
Ho-Seok SA, Korea, South
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:45 Scientific session V: Eyelids/ Ptosis
Moderators : M. Beaconsfield (UK)/ M.Kataev (Russia)
Invited lecture: F. Quaranta-Leoni (Rome)
Ptosis repair – how to get it right
1 Elastic Fibre Distribution in Whitnall’s and Intermuscular Transverse Ligaments in
Caucasians: An Anatomical Study
Senan ALSANJARI, United Kingdom
2 Unpredictably good results of the levator surgery in BPES patients
Mikhail KATAEV, Russia
3 Effect of suturation of the silicone rod to the tarsal plate and the suture material used on
success of frontalis suspension surgery
Ibrahim BUTTANRI, Turkey
4 Factors influencing the outcome of levator disinsertion surgery in Graves Orbitopathy
Ronald DE KEIZER, The Netherlands
5 Frontalis Sling Operation using Silicone Rods in Comparison to Ptose-Up for
Congenital Ptosis with Poor Levator Function
Abofazl RAHIMI, Iran
6 Use of silicon rods in frontalis suspension on myopathic patients
Dario SURACE, Italy
7 Direct frontalis flap for congenital ptosis with poor levator function
Luz Maria VASQUEZ, Spain
8 Hyaluronic Acid Gel (HA gel) for Lagophthalmos Correction in the Patients with
Acute Facial Palsy (AFP)
Yaroslav GRUSHA, Russia
9 Lagophthalomos – the difficulty in planning therapeutic procedure
12.45-13.15 Coffee Break
13:15 – 14:30 Scientific session VI: Aesthetic surgery/Miscellaneous
Moderators: J.Olver (UK) / K. Vannas (Finnland)
Invited lecture: Jean-Paul Adenis (Limoges)
Lower blepharoplasty: various techniques advantages and limits
1 Aesthetic Blepharoplasty using CO2-Laser.
2 Microfocused Intense Ultrasound Therapy in Facial Rejuvenation
Jane OLVER, United Kingdom
3 Experience with botulinum toxin in endoscopic brow lift
4 Botulinum toxin-a in facial dystonias: botox vs xeomin
Alfonso MARIN, Spain
5 Peri-orbital Filler Injections and the Risk of Visual Loss
Jane OLVER, United Kingdom
6 Aesthetic and Functional results in surgical correction of “Heavy Eye”-Syndrome
Ulrike H.GRENZEBACH, Germany
7 Oculoplastic surgery of patient in Kinshasa (DR Congo)
Steffi KNAPPE, Germany
8 Periorbital Dirofilaria – Foreigner for a Visit. A Case Report.
Reili REBANE, Estonia
14:30 Closing
Topics of invited lectures at ESOPRS 2012
1. Dion Paridaens (Rotterdam): „Orbital Xanthogranuloma“
2. Rudolf Guthoff (Rostock): „Postenucleation socket syndrom – Prophylaxis and treatment“
3. Michele Beaconsfield (London): „Tumour treatment: what the future holds“
4. Uli Schaudig (Hamburg): „Understanding the Lacrimal System from within: notes from The endocanalicular Approach“
5. Francesco Quaranta-Leoni (Rome): „Ptosis repair – how to get it right“
6. Jean-Paul Adenis (Limoge): „Lower blepharoplasty: various techniques advantages and limits“
The online registration is possible until 13 August 2012.
ESOPRS 2012 Annual Meeting registration fee includes:
Participation at the Meeting
Programme and abstract book,
Meeting lunches and coffee breaks,
Welcome Reception (September 13, 2012)

The accompanying persons registration fee includes:
Excursions for accompanying persons and Welcome Reception (September 13, 2012).

Registration Fee

Registration & Payment Registration Fee

(until 18 June 2012)

Late registration fee

(19 June – 31 August 2012)

Final registration fee

(from 1st September 2012)

Training course 100 € 175 € 200 €
Scientific meeting 375 € 425 € 600 €
Resident (certification needed) 300 € 350 € 375 €
Accompanying person’s fee 150 € 200 € 225 €
Gala Dinner 70 €
Old Town Tour “Medieval Medicine” (September 15)* 35 €
Tour To Lahemaa National Park (September 16)* 80 €

* Minimum 10 participants for each excursion. The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the programme, of which the participants will be informed.

To register for the conference it is not necessary to be a member of the ESOPRS society.

Cancellation and refund policy
• All changes and cancellations must be submitted in writing to the Meeting Secretariat:
• Meeting Secretariat will confirm the cancellation in writing.
• Registration fees will be refunded in case the cancellation is made on or before June 18, 2012.
• There will be no refund for cancellation made after June 18, 2012.
• In all cases, payment-handling costs will be deducted from the amount of refund. All refunds will be processed after the Meeting.
• Accommodation reservations can be cancelled or changed on or before June 18, 2012. In case of cancellations or changes after that date or no-shows there may be penalty fees by the hotel
abstract submission
Abstract Book
All accepted abstracts will be published in the ESOPRS 2012 Program & Abstract Book given at the conference. Also the Program& Abstract Book can be downloaded on this website at “scientific program” before the conference.
Authors of abstracts not registered as participant by 20 July 2012 latest will not appear in the programme & abstract book and can not be presented at the meeting.

Main topics
Submissions can be categorized into one of the following main topics:
• Eyelid
• Orbit
• Socket
• Lacrimal
• Aesthetic
• Miscellaneous

Information for speakers and poster authors

The media check (speakers-ready room) is located in the Sokos Hotel Viru Conference Center.
Please keep in mind, that it is not possible to use the own laptop! All presentations must be submitted as Windows compatible PowerPoint files on PC-readable CDs, DVDs, external disk drives, USB sticks or memory sticks at the media check.
To ensure a smooth running program, speakers are asked to check their presentation with the staff at least 1 hour prior to the start of their session. Presenters should plan to be in the meeting room at least 10 minutes before the start of the session. Presenting material may be picked up after the session.
To avoid certain incompatibilities between PowerPoint for Mac and PowerPoint for Windows only images in JPG- or BMP-format should be used in the presentation.
If fonts are used in a presentation that are not available in Windows or PowerPoint the varying fonts must be included in the presentation or enclosed as separate files for installation.
Please note that PowerPoint never integrates video files into a presentation but rather only links the videos to it. Therefore every video that is to be shown has to be available on your data medium as a separate file. To make sure that all the videos used in a presentation are copied from your PC to your data medium you may use PowerPoint’s “packaging for CDs”/“pack and go” feature. If you are planning to show a video during your lecture we recommend you to save your video file in one of the following video formats: MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4,
Windows Media Video (WMV) or Xvid/DivX (AVI). If other compression formats are used, the respective codecs must be enclosed.
Oral Presentation
Notifications of acceptance will indicate the date and time of presentation. Data projection will be provided. Please prepare your presentation in PowerPoint and submit it at the media check station at least 1 hour prior to your session. The length of an oral presentation is five minutes maximum, plus two minutes for discussion!
Poster Presentation
All necessary technical information for poster presentation will be given together with the acceptance letter.
The poster area is located in the Sokos Hotel Viru Conference Center. The numbers in the program correspond to the numbers on the poster boards. The poster exhibition is open to all participants during the conference hours. Materials to affix posters to poster boards will be provided.
Video Presentation
Videos will be shown in the poster area during the conference hours. The length of a video presentation is seven minutes maximum. Videos longer than 7 minutes will not be accepted.
ESOPRS Junior Award
ESOPRS awards a prize for the best research by a young scientist. The author must be 35 Years old or younger. The paper must deal with the orbit and/or ocular adnexa, basic research and clinical/experimental work will be accepted. The winner will be chosen by a jury of five members. The prize of the award is € 3000 and must be used to further the education or research of the winner. During the meeting the President of the Society will present the award together with a skin hook inscribed “ESOPRS Junior Award” to the winner. All necessary instructions and requirements can be found on ESOPRS´s website:

Resident Fees – Application for Candidate Membership to ESOPRS
Residents who present a poster or give an oral presentation and have applied in the same year for a Candidate Membership of ESOPRS are offered a reduction of 50% of the registration fee for the annual meeting and the pre-meeting course.
general information
Meeting Venue
Sokos Hotel Viru Conference Centre, Viru väljak 4, Tallinn

Meeting Language
The working language of the Meeting is English.
Calls to Estonia: the country code for Estonia is +372.
Dial +372, then the area code and the subscriber’s number.
Calls from Estonia: Dial 00 + the country code + area code + the subscriber’s number.
All participants will receive a certificate of attendance at the registration desk on site.
Each participant will receive a name badge upon registration. For security reasons all participants are requested to wear their badge during all the Meeting activities and social events.
Estonia is in the Eastern European Time Zone (EET): GMT +2 hours.

Coffee breaks and lunch are included in the registration fee and will be served daily.

Opening hours of the registration desk

Thursday, 13 September 2012 8:00 – 18:00
Friday, 14 September 2012 7:30 – 18:30
Saturday, 15 September 2012 7:30 – 15:00
Commercial exhibition
An exhibition of medical and technical equipment, instruments and pharmaceutical products will take place and run throughout the whole course of the scientific meeting.
Exhibition Opening Hours:
Friday, 14 September 2012 8:00 – 18:00
Saturday, 15 September 2012 8:00 – 14:00
Tour to East Tallinn Central Hospital
HT Labor + Hospitaltechnik AG, the sponsor of ESOPRS 2012, cordially invites you to attend the
reference visit at the East Tallinn Central Hospital. In the scope of the conference, after the scientific programme, you can explore the latest generation of several operating theatres with anterooms built by one of the world leading project and manufacturing companies for modular room systems:
Thursday, 13 September (17:00h) or Friday, 14 September (17:30h).
The number of participants in the reference visit is limited, please register before the lectures
at the information desk in the Conference Centre (2nd floor Sokos Hotel Viru).
For more information about the company visit our homepage:
The congress organizer will bear no liability for loss, accident, damage or injury to persons or property irrespective of the cause. The clients participate at all sessions, tours and events at their own risk. Sole place of jurisdiction is Munich, Germany. German law is applicable.

It is recommended that delegates arrange an appropriate travel and health insurance prior to travelling.
Force Majeure – Unexpected cancellation of the event:
The Meeting organiser Frens Conference Services (FRENS) organises the ESOPRS 2012 on behalf of the organising society. (FRENS) reserves itself the right to cancel without notice or compensation the ESOPRS 2012 in the event of force majeure cases (for example, but not limited to acts of nature such as fire, earthquake, hurricane, flood or terrorist attacks). In such cases, FRENS is freed of all responsibility. Limitation of liability of FRENS: In the event of it being impossible for FRENS to carry out the ESOPRS 2012 for force majeure cases, so long as this arises from a cause not attributable to FRENS, FRENS shall only be obliged to reimburse the payments received subject to deduction of any costs it has incurred in preparing the event. This liability only extends to the payments made directly to FRENS and not to payments made by the attendees to the hotel or airlines.
The weather in Tallinn in the middle of September is usually rainy, temperature is around 12 degrees. Participants should prepear themselves for a rainy days. We recommend participants to bring an umbrella and warmer clothes. For weather forecast, please visit
The local currency since 2011 is EURO.
Foreign currencies can be easily exchanged in banks and exchange offices. Most banks are open from 9.00 – 18.00 on weekdays, and some offices are also open on Saturday mornings. There are exchange offices in several hotels, in the port of Tallinn, at the airport, the railway station and many other locations.
Public Internet access points have been set up all over Estonia. They are located in local libraries and post offices. There are over 100 free wireless Internet zones around the country, many of them in rather unexpected places -beaches, Old Town squares, stadiums, and concert halls.
Credit Cards
Credit cards such as Visa, Mastercard/Eurocard, Diner’s Club, American Express etc. are accepted in most of the major hotels, restaurants and shops, but ask first. Most banks will give cash advances on credit cards supported by a valid passport. Check with the credit card company for further details before travelling.
Smoking is forbidden by law in public transportation and in public buildings. Smoking is not permitted inside the conference building.
Taxis are indicated by the word „TAKSO“ written on the top and they are usually off-white coloured. It is compulsory for them to use a taximeter that can also give a receipt.
Tipping is optional, but normally 10 % is customary in taxis, restaurants and bars.

The electricity supply in Estonia is 220 volts AC, 50 Hz. European-style 2-pin plugs are in use.

Metric System
Estonia uses the metric system of weights and measures. Temperatures are given in degrees Celsius; distances and speed limits are indicated in kilometers; dimensions in meters and centimeters; volume in liters and milliliters; weights in kilograms and grams.
travel information
Estonia is a part of the Schengen visa area.
Nationals of EU and EEA member states are free to enter Estonia. The required travel document for entry is a national ID card or passport.
Nationals of the following countries do not need visa to enter Estonia, and can stay for up to 90 days in any 6-month period: Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Holy See, Honduras, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, San Marino, Singapore, South Korea, USA, Uruguay, Venezuela. The required travel document for entry is a valid passport.
Citizens of countries NOT mentioned above require a visa to enter Estonia. Visitors arriving in Estonia with visa must have a national passport valid at least 3 months after their planned departure from Estonia.
Children aged 7 to 15 years must have their own passport when travelling to Estonia or, if they are registered in their parent’s passport, must have their photo next to the name. Children under 7 years need not have a photo if they are registered in their parents’ passports. Persons above 15 years must have a separate travel document with photo.
For detailed information, please contact the nearest Estonian consulate or embassy, or check the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website
Travel to Tallinn
By Air: You can fly to Tallinn from all major European cities with Estonian Air, Finnair, SAS, KLM, Lufthansa, Air Baltic and several other carriers. Tallinn airport ( is approximately 3 km from the Old Town and Tallinn city centre, which can easily be reached by taxi or bus.
By Sea: Ferries link Tallinn to Helsinki and Stockholm, as well as Russia and Germany. For more detailed information consult the Port of Tallinn schedule or
By Road: Tallinn is 300 km from Riga, Latvia on the Via Baltica, part of the E67 Highway that runs to Prague.
By Bus:There is a choice of international bus lines connecting Tallinn with Riga, Vilnius, St. Petersburg and many German and Scandinavian cities. For detailed information on bus connections please visit the homepage
By Rail: International overnight trains link Tallinn with St. Petersburg and Moscow. For detailed information on railway connections please visit the homepage
To accommodate Meeting participants, a sufficient number of rooms has been reserved at Radisson Blu Hotel Tallinn, Nordic Hotel Forum, Sokos Hotel Viru and Tallink City Hotel. Taxes and breakfast are included in the room rate.
Tallinn is a very compact city, centred around the historic Old Town. All hotels are within a 2 km radius of the Town Hall Square (Raekoja plats) located in the heart of the Old Town.
Nordic Hotel Forum
The new and modern four star Nordic Hotel Forum is located in the heart of Tallinn within a five minute walking distance from the Old Town. Nordic Hotel Forum has 267 well-equipped and comfortable rooms, including 232 standard rooms, 17 business class Skype rooms, 10 double deluxe rooms and 8 suites.
All the rooms are elegantly furnished and each detail is carefully considered to ensure that even the most demanding guests will enjoy their stay in comfort. The hotel includes special rooms for guests with allergies and special needs.
Radisson Blu Hotel
Radisson Blu Hotel is a modern, Nordic style hotel in Tallinn city centre. The hotel features 280 well-appointed rooms, including 10 suites, three executive suites and the spectacular Presidential Suite on the 21st floor. Of the 280 available rooms, 140 offer a scenic sea view while 140 offer a splendid city view. Guests enjoy free high-speed, wireless Internet access and a spectacular Breakfast Buffet.
Sokos Hotel Viru
The Sokos Hotel Viru is located in the very heart of Tallinn, right at the gates of its medieval Old Town. The hotel includes 516 comfortable hotel rooms, a contemporary conference centre, several restaurants and a beauty centre and sauna. Wireless Internet access covers all of the hotel’s public areas and hotel rooms. The hotel is under the same roof as the Viru Centre, Tallinn’s trendiest shopping and entertainment centre.
Tallink City Hotel
The Tallink City Hotel is a modern and exclusive business class hotel in the centre of Tallinn. Its eye-catching facade is one of its most prominent features. The Tallink City Hotel has 332 modern rooms, incl., 6 Suites and 3 Royal Suites. All rooms offer a shower or bath, air conditioning, free Internet connection, TV (incl. satellite channels), Pay-TV, telephone, safe and mini bar.
The excellent location of the hotel means that visiting all the most exciting places in Tallinn is very easy. The wide range of our services provides everything you need for a successful business trip and a pleasant vacation.
touristic spots in tallinn and the area
congress venue
Sokos Hotel Viru Conference Centre, Tallinn (more Info)
Viru väljak 4, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia

Further information about Tallinn