An announcement in relation with the national emergency situation on the 14th of March.
The Estonian government has decided to extend emergency situation restrictions to recreation and leisure establishments, ordering sports halls, gyms, aqua centers and similar establishments to close in order to help halt the spread of the novel coronavirus. The order is effective immediately.
Under the orders of Prime Minister Jüri Ratas, the person in charge of the emergency situation currently in effect in Estonia, sports halls and clubs, gyms, pools, aqua centers, daycares and children’s playrooms must all close immediately.
Hotels and accommodation establishments must also close their gyms, pools, saunas and spas.
These restrictions do not apply to social service and healthcare service providers such as food aid, care services, medical treatments or rehabilitation services.
Beginning from the 15th of March, Viimsi SPA hotel, beauty and health centre, children’s centre, Viimsi SPA fitness club, spa and sauna centre and SPA 18+, Atlantis H2O Aquapark and Viimsi Cinema will all be closed.
We will contact all clients, who have made a reservation and a prepayment before the 29th of March.
All monthly and periodic cards of the Viimsi SPA fitness centre will be deactivated and opened again, when the centre does.
These measures remain, until the government order is amended.
Black Rose pub is however, open and waiting for you!
In urgent matters please contact:
+372 606 1000
Please note, that there may be a delay in answering all your questions.
Stay safe and healthy!
Tallinn Viimsi SPA
The largest swimming complex in Viimsi will be renovated with the addition of a children’s pool.
On 1 July, Tallinn Viimsi SPA will close its swimming complex for major renovation. In addition to a new look, the swimming complex, which will be reopened in September, will have a new children’s swimming pool for basic swim training.
According to Kalle Kuusik, member of the management board of Tallinn Viimsi SPA, over 35 thousand people visit the biggest swimming pool in Viimsi every year. ‘During our 17 years of operation, more than 600 thousand people have visited our swimming complex and we decided to completely renovate it for them,’ said Kalle Kuusik. A children’s pool where children can learn swimming undisturbed will be built next to the six-lane pool. In addition to the swimming pool, the interior of the complex will also receive a fresh look.
Kalle Kuusik added that Viimsi Spa will make a number of investments this year to make the largest recreational centre in the municipality even more beautiful. ‘We recently reopened the overhauled Atlantis H2O Aquapark, the largest water park in Estonia, and we are currently installing self-service terminals to Viimsi Cinema,’ said Kalle Kuusik. With these investments, Viimsi Spa hopes to increase the number of visitors. ‘As Reidi Road is under construction, we also invite all local people to visit Viimsi Cinema, the sauna centre, and the pub, because time spent in a traffic jam is time wasted. It would be wiser to spend time with family and loved ones in the home municipality instead,’ said Kalle Kuusik.
The total cost of renovating the swimming complex is over 0.3 million euros. The swimming pool will be reopened on 1 September and the children’s pool will be opened on 15 September.
The renovated swimming pool is part of the Tallinn Viimsi SPA recreation centre, which has a gym, rooms for group training sessions, a sauna centre comprising seven saunas, and a separate SPA18+ sauna centre.