See why so many travellers make Break Sokos Hotel Tahko their hotel of choice when visiting Tahkovuori. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a convenience store, and shops, and you can stay connected during your stay as Break Sokos Hotel Tahko offers guests free wifi. Plus, Break Sokos Hotel Tahko offers a pool and a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travellers looking for Italian restaurants can head to El Pico.
If you are interested in exploring Tahkovuori, check out Tahko Farmi (0.4 mi), which is a short walk from Break Sokos Hotel Tahko.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Break Sokos Hotel Tahko as you experience all of the things Tahkovuori has to offer.
Tahko deserves better hotel than this hardly three star hotel. The overall feel of the entrance area is very messy - badly managed terrace with no proper service and table cleaning, Hesburger entry, pizza something and grocery store next to the garbage and receiving area which is not fenced. And the metal container bar in the front of the terrace!!! All this is perhaps needed but the planning and execution is so sad. The hotel itself looks like a temporary construction site housing units with limited maintenance works. The service is friendly at the reception but lacking general knowledge of guest information i.e. transfers. The rooms are small, outdated and bathrooms extremely small. If you happen to have a sauna in your room - good luck in trying to get in there. Room was lacking sockets as I had to disconnect the phone in order to turn on the fridge. It was +27 C outside and there was only a small fan in the room but limited place to place the fan due to the lack of sockets. So, I ended up charging my phone next to the room entrance door. The restaurant services are very basic. Hesburger is what it is, the pizza I had from next to Hesburger was tasteless and it took 45 min to receive it. Breakfast is not much better - starting with undrinkable coffee ( I recommend the management to taste it), mass produced scrambled eggs, mixture of cut sausages and bacon in the same serving dish (never seen something like this before), one bread option, cheapest cuts of ham and cheese …I could go on and on. My recommendation is to rent a cottage in the area unless you are keen to experience this. Additionally, it’s sad to see the entire Piazza area closed on Sunday and Monday. The equiment rental shop is open from 10.00 to 18.00 during the busiest vacation season in Finland. The hotel’s check-in time is 16.00, so after the check-in, you hardly have no time to use the rental equipment. Also, no chance to use the equipment during morning hours. It should cover at least the hours from 8.00 to 20.00. I know that the shop doesn’t belong to the hotel but it has negative impact to the overall resort experience.…
Dirty room and no air condition. I think 200€ per night was outrageous for this kind of room and service. Also it was not nice to sleep when you had to listen the music coming from the bar/outside and there was no sound insulation from the other rooms.. Breakfast was below standard (cold sausages, eggs etc.) and dinner in the restaurant was tasteless. This was first and last time in this hotel.
Price vs quality does not match at all. Heavily overpriced. Rooms are like a timetrip to Viking Cinderella in the late -90s. Would I come again? Yes, BUT with a lot reduced price. You can get a room in downtown Helsinki(like Hilton etc. ) and the quality is much better.
I stayed in the room with a sauna. The room was otherwise ok, but there was few plugs for electrical devices. I was alone and still needed an extra plug, which I got from the reception. The room was designed for four. The lounge area was cosy.
Average hotel with friendly staff. We had SuperiorX room with beds for six for a family of four. We used beds upstairs, with a nice beds for adults and bunk bed (Finnish cruiseship style) for kids. Pro tips: - If sauna doesn't turn on, there is hidden master switch not mentioned in operation manual - Sauna is tiny, barely fits two - Some towels are might be hidden in sofa bed downstairs, as there wasn't any in master beds