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Gorgeous and amazing nature around. An oasis of silence, tranquility and appeasement. Forests and lakes breathe pristine purity. Walking as always in Finland gives a feeling of unity with nature. Finnish people love their own nature and carefully look after it, keep it for themselves and their descendants. The room was clean, carefully prepared and fashioned in Finnish style. There is linoleum on the floor. Finnish windows protect from external noise, but there was a garbage collection point under the windows of our room. On Sunday morning, workers rattled trash bins. Perhaps this was the following up how the Finnish people treat guests from a neighboring country, that is, with special love! The bed was amazing and my wife and I enjoyed resting and good sleeping the whole night!
A receptionist was smiling during our check-in. I paid for the staying period in cash. Unfortunately SPA zone an centre were out of service and the receptionist did not mentioned about it during the check-in! Absurd! Glanced to the phone I have noticed I have not got a notification about SPA closing period for my staying dates at 9 a.m. at the same day on Saturday. I did not noticed it because I was driving at that time. It was impossible to assess the quality of the spa zone as it was closed exactly for the days of our staying at the hotel. It was clean inside and pleasant as so as usually in Finnish hotels, but the feeling that I overpaid a lot more than I saw and I got did not leave me for all period of time. There were no kettle in the room nor fridge! This kind of service is unacceptable. The price is much too high! However, this applies to all hotels in Finland. Breakfast was completely ordinary, the products were fresh, but nothing more. There was no variety. Bacon was crunchy like cookies. In my opinion there was a regime of austerity of the owners for the guests. My wife and I were totally upset the hospitality like this.
Nice location, good spa facility
Poor buffet choice
The rooms where decently decorated although we did ask to put the two single beds together they where wide apart. The local beer was quite nice. The staff was friendly and helpful although a tad over there head with our group
We where there for a funeral of a deer family member. The resort is at the same time a hotel and a sanatorium. The two where not separated enough, there where rooms in between doctors offices. The restaurant looks like stuck in a time wrap and is in dire need of a revamp. It has the distinct feel of an sanatorium canteen. All in all the place seems not really to have a real concept at what to be.
Functional, clean rooms with ac. Location by the lake is beautiful, nice walk tours around Punkaharju. Lake side café is worth visit&dinner or waffels.
Breakfast was like going back to the 80ties, bad value for money.
Breakfast was bad, very poor and bland.
With a stay at Kruunupuisto Hotel in Savonlinna, you'll be on a lake, just steps from Punkaharju Ridge and a 4-minute drive from Lusto Finnish Forest Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
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