Meriton Old Town Hotel is a tourist class hotel with 41 cosy rooms on the four floors and the attic. Several shops and galleries are within walking distance and the building offers an excellent view of Oleviste Church.The building has a historic atmosphere. The style is characterised by a pseudo-Gothic abundance of details, ornaments true to the era and warm, dark colours, which will allow the uniqueness of the building to be emphasised. The dominating materials are natural stone, dark wood, multicoloured fabrics and wrought iron. Light fittings are imitations or historical wrought iron with lamps similar to handmade glass or textile shades.The interior design of the lobby and the dining hall connects medieval and modern styles. A contemporary room solution has been placed between historical walls; natural materials are adorned with modern accents.From 1340 to 1355, one of the towers of the historical city wall, the Rentern Tower, was located at the site of the Meriton Old Town Hotel. The tower perished in 1880 and the current building was built on the foundation of the tower.In the building complex is also the Horse Mill, which was built in the first half of the 14th century and which belongs among the 78 most interesting objects in the Old Town of Tallinn.