눉- Breakfast is acceptable at to what is offered, but it is unfortunately laid out in a bit messy and haphazardly way, with bits and pieces of this and that scattered throughout that Spanish tapas venue located on the hotel ground floor. The place is obviously meant more for wine and dining that for breakfast and the floor plan not really fit the needs of a buffet breakfast lay out. This being said, it is nonetheless tolerable.
눇- Excellent location, not right in but close to the heart of town, as well as only 15 minutes away walking distance from the train station.
- The size of the bedroom is a dream, one can breathe and comfortably move around there and unpack one's suitcase at ease, without that exasperating feeling one gets in most modern hotel rooms in which every square cm tends to be granted with scarcity and tightfistedness.
- The furniture of the room has a pleasant old-fashioned good-taste style of its own, a most refreshing note contrasting with the ice-cold beige-black-white furnishing one usually gets in business hotels. This place has history, one feels it, and its old-style charm is one what likes (in particular, the most amazing treble-glazed windows, each with individual venetian blinds and marquee, are a wonder!)
- On my next trip to Turku, I would definitely go there again, rather than to one of the moderner business hotels of the same chain (Sokos).