Ammende Villa Parnu

Ammende Villa Parnu

Stay at the Ammende Villa Parnu Located in the most stylish and fully preserved Art Nouveau building in Estonia, which was built in 1905.

Koidula Park Hotel

Koidula Park Hotel

The Koidula Park Hotel is located in the heart of Pärnu. There is a view of the park named after the beautiful poetess Lydia Koidula and a lane lined with 150-year-old oaks from t ..

Hommiku Hostel

Hommiku Hostel

Hommiku Hostel & Guest House is located in the centre of Pärnu, on the corner of Rüütli Street and Hommiku Street. The entrance can be found in Hommiku Street, next to café Geo ..

About us

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Thank you for your interest in wanting to come to Pärnu (Pronounced: Pernau).   Pärnu is a city in southwestern Estonia on the coast of Pärnu Bay, an inlet of the restaurants, and large beaches. The Pärnu River flows through the city. The city is served by Pärnu Airport.

Pärnu is a health resort of international stature. In addition to guests arriving from around fifty countries, it is also proved by its membership in the European Spas Association (since 2000) and the European Flagthat has been flying at the beach of Pärnu since 2000. Many tourists in Pärnu are Finns and Estonians. Hotel and restaurant staff speak English, Russian and some Finnish in addition to Estonian.

In 1837, a few business-minded entrepreneurs decided to rebuild a lone tavern near the beach into a bathing establishment, thus preparing the ground for the development of the resort of Pärnu. This wooden building was the predecessor of the present-day mud baths. The establishment, which was opened in 1838, accommodated 5-6 bathrooms that provided hot seawater baths in summer and operated as a sauna in winter. The wooden building was burnt down in the course of World War I. In 1927, the present stone building of Pärnu Mud Baths was erected at the same site. Later, the wings were attached to the building to accommodate a bath unit and a pool.

Today, disorders of the joints, spinal column and peripheral nervous system, gynaecological problems and dysfunction of the central nervous system are treated at Pärnu Mud Baths. The therapies include hydrotherapy, mud and ozocerite therapies, massage, laser and electrotherapies, lymph and inhalation therapies, aromatherapy and ECG There are 130 rooms in the hotel of the Mud Baths. Today, Pärnu is the most popular health tourism destination in Estonia.