I stayed just one night at Seurahuone. They have improved the service concept and rebranded the Sokos hotels in Finland - this means there is a selection of cosmetics in available in the bathroom, a non-expensive bottle of wine waiting for you on the table and free bottled water available as well as coffee and tea. Bottled water in Finland is a little bit strange, since usually in Finland normal tap water is of superior quality to bottled water. Service was also very good - at the reception they made contact and helpful and friendly.
I encountered a strange problem during night: there was some kind of automation to balance the use of air cond unit and the radiator of the central heating. When room temperature was set somewhere between 20-23, only the fan was running, the radiator did not warm up. Therefore, cold air from the window and outer wall flowed to the room and I was shivering of cold in my bed the most of the night. Early morning I made on last attempt setting the thermostat to 26 C and voilá, the radiator started heating the room. However, this was much too late to recover any decent sleet during that night. Conclusion: something is wrong in the heating system. When it is cold season, the central heating must be on _continuously_.
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- Commercial Hotel in modern 5-story corner building next to central park. ... more less
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