One night stop by with the family. Very expensive compared to what you get. Standard room is almost 200 eur/night and you don't even have air conditioning (this fact was not told us when booking, I think we would have chosen another accommodation if we would have known this) and the room is overall very dated (bathroom looks almost dirty, tv from the last century). Money can buy you a decent room from the ferry, but it's > 200 eur then.
Spa consists out of three different pools, 1 big, 1 smaller and 1 outside pool + jacuzzi. Not worth the value compared to some other spas in Finland. Nothing for kids. The treatments sounded very nice, but I did not have time to try.
Breakfast is good, but nothing special. With this price you would expect somethig shiny and different, or at least coffee served to table without needing to stand in the line waiting to get to coffee machine.
At least Moomin Land and beautiful old town are close by, but next time I'll choose another accomodation. I know there are better places in Naantali.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 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 selection 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.’ ... more less
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