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.
I did read the reviews Tripadvisor gives concerning this hotel and they were not flattering. We needed a place to stay for the school winter holiday and were late to book a cabin at Tahko, so we booked a room in the hotel. Expectations were not too high, especially since we had been many years ago in the hotel’s restaurant and bar and I did have a mental picture of a dated slightly shabby premises. Anyway, the hotel turned out to be a positive surprise. I think hotel might have been renovated lately, since our room was pretty fresh as was the bathroom. Shower corner even had a bright trasparent yellow plastic part which strongly hints a pretty recent refurbishment. Family room was spacy enough, the kids had these foldable beds which u can fold (turn?) on the wall, and thus have more space. Tv was very big and minibar exists but empty. Hotel’s restaurant I reviewed separately, and it was quite ok. Breakfast contains the usual u tend to have in Finland (which by the way is better than many places elsewhere in the world andit is included) but I’d say a tad better. Breakfast room (ie the restaurant) is pretty big but obviously busy in the prime time. Finns are polite and orderly people, which means all works just fine in the breakfast. Hotel has a sauna downstairs which was pretty nice, probably renovated as well. Sauna on the men’s and women’s side and a steambath which is unisex. Fortunately this is hotel, which restricts the often undesirable steambath stalkers. Bar in the lobby was quite nice and cozy as well, pretty small though. Slopes are very near, so you can fairly easily walk there. Big parking lot behind the hotel (free). All in all, my expectations were not too high, but they were exceed with flying colours. Service was very kind especially in the restaurant. Week 8 is expensive, that we knew already beforehand. Actually, I’m trying hard to think of something to complain but I cant figure out anything....we enjoyed our stay…
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
Nicely located hotel at Tahko (Nilsiä). Staff was very friendly and the rooms were tidy and spacy. Rich breakfast buffee. We had our dog wit us and also she was wellcomed and got even own wellcoming package.
Visited the hotel in April 2019 with a friend. We had a room with a balcony, so essentially a 2 room flat. It was quite spacey, with it's own tiny sauna. The hotel is Ok, good service, good location. The rooms are a bit outdated and the sauna at our room was about unusable because the tiny size. The hotel serves average breakfast, which was quite disappointing for a hotel at this price range. They have a "pool and a sauna area", with the pool being about 3*6 meters and the sauna fits 4 people -> so if the hotel is not totally empty this is going to be completely cramped. Restaurant at the hotel is very average but still better then Mosquito next door. Overall, ok hotel if you get this for cheap. Do not pay any premium for this one as you'll end up disappointed.
We stayed at the hotel in January 2019 for 3 nights for brief ski vacations. We booked a family room for 3 friends (just what it was possible to book in a day before). Room. (+)The room was quite comfortable and functional but hardly it can be called cosy. All the necessary equipment were there: shower, fridge, hairdryer, teapot, cups and glasses, etc. There were two usual separate beds and two folding beds normally intended for kids, but quite suitable for an adult 182 cm high. Even a small sauna cabin. View from the window was the skier's dream - onto the ski slopes. (-) Shower cabin was too narrow and had no curtain/door, there were only 2 electrical sockets in the room, so a tee plug was needed to put 3 mobiles for charging in a time (we had no one, and had to put one mobile for charging in the bathroom). The hotel: (+) The hotel itself is located in 350 m from the ski slopes across the small lake gulf and one should walk through the wooden bridge to reach them. A cross-country ski route begins just in front of the hotel. The hotel has good facilities: 4 restaurants, lobby bar, SPA and gym centre, ski storage room with a compartment for ski maintenance/cleaning, free parking lot and a small market shop (food, cosmetics, toys, hygienic products and other). Sport shop, ski passes and one more restaurant - just in front of the hotel. (-) SPA centre is very small, something called pool looks rather like an enlarged bath. Breakfasts were substantial, but not diverse (only scrambled egg made of egg powder, no boiled or fried eggs, only two hot meat courses). Staff was very friendly and hospitable. We had a good stay and I should say that the hotel is quite good for a brief ski vacation in Tahko.…
We had very nice x-mas in Break Sokos hotel Tahko. The staff was very friendly and helpfull. Rooms are little bit oldish but clean. Sauna in room was very nice. Breakfast was also good and not too busy.