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I realised that Naantali Spa does not have air-conditioning in the rooms. I suppose they really don't need one when the temperature doesn't really go above 22 degree Celsius .... BUT .... unfortunately when we were there the outdoor temperature was 31 degree Celsius and...More
Be careful: they charge you 10 euros per day for parking!!
We had a good time travelling with our 1 yo. Good breakfast and facilities for young children. Overall a bit worn out typical Finnish spa hotel that needs a facelift. The lunch option on...More
Thank Lauri H
Response from Review S, Front Office Manager at The Naantali SpaResponded 3 weeks ago
Hi Lauri, thanks for your review. Nice to hear that you enjoyed the stay. Renovations are ongoing and soon the rooms will all have a new look. On saturdays we serve brunch in the buffet restaurang and soup lunch and salad in the café. Have...More
Booked for the family for 10 days in the “presidential” suite which is basically a loft with very old furniture.
Upon checking in, receptionist was very mean and snobby, however this has improved greatly in the receptionist area. I know that Finland is big on...More
Response from Review S, Front Office Manager at The Naantali SpaResponded 27 August 2018
We appreciate your feedback and are disappointed to hear about your concerns.
I have shared your feedback with our management team and we will do our best to
serve our guests better.
Without going more to the disappointments you mentioned, we can only...More
Naantali Spa hotel is located in a beautiful setting by the sea shore. The public facilities are spacious and rather elegant, though reminding a bit of the decor in the large boats sailing between Finland and Sweden. The Spa offers two large pools plus a...More
We expected the best, as 5 stars should be. We entered the lobby and the whole lobby was covered with wet towels on the floor as they had some water leakage coming from the ceiling. As a bonus we had to pay 20!! euros extra...More
Idyllically situated on a coastal peninsula facing towards the picturesque Turku archipelago, Naantali Spa is a renowned resort hotel in Scandinavia, incorporating a sauna and pool paradise, a wide …Moreselection of spa and body treatments, a selection of high-quality restaurants, as well as flexible conference and exhibition space. The resort – close to the historic seaside town of Naantali - is featured in the ‘Royal Spas of Europe’ and also numbers among the ‘100 Best Spas in the World.’ Less
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Personally I'm not a big fan of public transportation in Finland. To get to this spa you need to take a train from Helsinki to Turku (1,5 h) and then one or two buses. This is possible, but reserv 4 hours total travel time... More
Personally I'm not a big fan of public transportation in Finland. To get to this spa you need to take a train from Helsinki to Turku (1,5 h) and then one or two buses. This is possible, but reserv 4 hours total travel time. You can walk to the village (500-800 m) there are shops and restaurants. The surroundings are nice and you can walk. On the Naantali webpage you can find more info in English.