Additionally to the hotel and cafe Balti Jaam also includes the Go Travel travel agency, Shnelli Day Spa, Selver supermarket, post office, currency Exchange, ATMs, florist, casino as well as domestic and international rail ticket offices.
Cosy and sunny Cafe Perrooni is located on the hotel’s ground floor next to the reception. The cafe offers European dishes, tasty cakes and lunches. The glass facade on one side overlooks the Shnelli Park and historic Toompea and on the other faces the railway tracks and platforms adds airiness and light to the cafe’s atmosphere. The café seats up to 100 visitors.
Buffet breakfast – 9€
Mo – Fr 7am – 10am
Sa – Su 7am – 11am
More information: http://perroonikohvik.ee/en
Go Travel is a tour operator and DMC in Estonia and the Baltic States. Go Travel was founded in 1992 and today with six offices throughout the country is one of the leading tour operators in Estonia providing a full range of services. Our experienced, multilingual staff will delivery correct products for your customers and ensure operation smoothness.
More information: http://incoming.gotravel.ee/en/
Go Bus is one of the biggest companies of its kind in Estonia, offering charter trips nationally as well as in the Baltic States and Scandinavia. Our buses, in a fitting shade of Baltic Sea blue, are well placed to serve even the most demanding clients, from state delegations to those attending business meetings and celebratory events. Our first-rate service ensures that our passengers get where they need to go both safely and comfortably.
More information: http://www.gobus.ee/en/
Shnelli Day Spa offers a variety of spa and beauty services. The spa is attractive because of its excellent public transport connections (by train, bus, tram and trolleybus). We provide a wide range of classic as well as novel spa and beauty treatments. Our staff speak English, Estonian, Russian and Finnish.
More information: http://spalife.ee/en/
Selver supermarket. Selver within the Balti Jaam station offers regular groceries and consumer products. Selver’s product range considers the expectations of locals and travellers’ preferences. The store opens at 7.00 in the morning enabling people rushing to reach a train to grab coffee and pastries on the go. Selver’s SelveEkspress self-service is good for quick shopping during the rush hour.
More information: https://www.selver.ee/kauplused/balti-jaama-selver
Trains to/from Russia. Go Rail sells tickets for the Tallinn-St. Petersburg-Moscow line. Go Rail also sells tickets for intercity passenger lines in the Baltic countries, CIS countries and other countries with existing connections to them, such as for transfer trips between Finland and Russia.
More information: http://www.gorail.ee/en/timetable/
Domestic Trains. Elron provides fast, convenient and safe rail connections throughout Estonia. Elron’s waiting room in Baltic Station is open every day 07:00-22:00. The waiting room with wireless internet access is a comfortable place to wait for your train’s departure. For tickets or information visit our ticket office.
More information: https://elron.ee/en/
Your Special events at Baltic Station passenger terminal. The passenger terminal of Baltic Station is available for corporate parties, product presentations, concerts and other events. The former passenger terminal for suburban trains was built in 1965. The spacious passenger terminal, with arched windows lining its upper part, originally included seats and ticket offices. Today, the building has been restored to its original beauty. The technical and utility networks, a terrace in front of the terminal, the entire façade and an impressive concrete floor have been all renovated. Also, a temporary intermediate floor, built in the 1990s, has been demolished to open up a large, beautiful space under the dome-shaped roof. This is a unique, one-time opportunity to use this exclusive venue to suit your preferences. The space available for rent has a square floor plan with some 600 sq. metres of floor space. Secondary premises and a cloakroom as well as heating, general lighting, toilets and electricity are available. There are numerous parking options available around the Baltic Station and the venue is easily accessible on foot as well as by public transport.
More information: http://www.baltijaam.ee/en/#eriuritused