There was nothing wrong with hotel Tegel: their room was clean and big, service friendly and breakfast all fine. If you're searching for a modest and simple hotel experience, this is it. The hotel is located at the other end of Fiskars village area, and it's a short and nice walk to the nearby shops and museums.
An OK place to spend a night or two while exploring the Fiskars village. Nothing fancy but clean and tidy. Breakfast was OK, not that fancy but it had enough choices for our purposes. An OK experience all in all.
Very lovely little hotel. The rooms were very clean and they had the basic water boiler ect. in the room. The staff were really friendly. The breakfast had everything we needed. They lacked some of the comforts of regular hotels such as a minibar, gym... but we very rarely use those so it didn't matter and in the room was a lovely little refridgerator you could put your own drinks and food in. There is a small river just next to the hotel and they had free parking.
Real summer experiense. Sunshine, fresh nature, good hotel, finnish design everywhere and good food at Wärssy restaurant nearby.Extra bonus were Finlayson towels and extremely comfort beds. Iittala design table wear also in hotel rooms was very nice to find out.
Hotel Tegel is located in Fiskars, which is a very beautiful old village and where the surrounding landscape is amazing. This an ideal place for a relaxing break. The hotel itself was also a good experience, tasty breakfast, nice modern room and friendly staff.
We were very pleased with our hotel here. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The bed was comfortable as was the room. The only thing we, personally, didn't like was the open window from the bathroom into the main part of the room. There is a sheer curtain at the window but that didn't really block any view. Otherwise, we enjoyed our stay here.
The hotel has rooms in two buildings. Ours was in the extension across the road, but it's so close to the main building that it's not a problem. The room was clean. Nothing special, except that all the lights had continuous control. No airconditioning, but you seldom need that in Finland. There was even a small portable fridge in the room (but no kitchen). The breakfast was good; the bacon was much better than in the nearby restaurant the previous night. Also porridge (hot cereal) as is common in Finnish hotels. The tableware was nice, Iittala/Fiskars made with Moomin figures.
On the bright side, the place is clean, fresh and no signs of pests. Breakfast is a decent continental one. Rest of the story is less favorable. Had one of the worst hotel nights in the Western world experiences here. The hotel is split between two buildings, the other some 100 meters away from the main building. Parking areas lack signage and space. Hotel doesn’t offer, or does not inform, about any service besides the rooms. There’s no 24 h reception. We were staying at the bigger type of a room, some 150€ / night. The room is very plain and poorly equipped. No air conditioning, coffee/tea maker but nothing close to spoon. Complicated two key entry system, received only one set of keys. Beds are too soft but pillows too high. Nighttime noises from the outside enter the room. Place has a ridiculous policy for charging guests for the use of sauna, the only additional attraction at the site, charging additional 15€/guest but with 2 guests minimum , untypical of Finland and plain robbery.…
Fiskars is a nice place and worth visiting. Tegel hotel is a lovely old building but it is basically a conference hotel, not really for tourists. Reception closes around 5pm and there is no service after that time. Having said that, our room was clean - although small. And breakfast was good. Not cheap!
Fiskars is lovely place to visit in the summer and this hotel is a ok place to stay. It is not luxurious but a good standard hotel for around 100€/night. Breakfast was not great, the choice was a bit limited