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Vaahersalontie 44, Punkaharju 58450 Finland
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Kruunupuisto is a beautiful health resort and hotel surrounded by picturesque forests and lake views of Lake Saimaa. Located in the Punkaharju Nature Reserve, Kruunupuisto is a perfect spot for everyone longing for a connection with nature in a spacious, peaceful and relaxing setting. Our hotel rooms are located in a beautiful Art Nouveau building originally built as a Sanatorium in 1903. Staying in the main building or more private Villa Urhola gives a historic touch of nostalgia while enjoying renovated rooms, ranging from standard to superior. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, private bathroom, TV and telephone. Suites and superior rooms also have hair dryer and electric kettle. The room price includes breakfast and free use of spa and gyms indoors and outdoors. Air-conditioned rooms are also available. If you are driving to Hotel Kruunupuisto, free parking is available. While staying at Hotel Kruunupuisto, Punkaharju region invites you to take a holiday in a unique national landscape around the year. Around the clear waters and beautiful nature of Lake Saimaa you can spend an active holiday or just enjoy a relaxing stay, not forgetting the area’s top-rate cultural activities such Forest Museum Lusto and Art Gallery Johanna Oras.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free breakfast
Beach
Bicycle rental
Kids pool
Parking
Wifi
Hot bath
Indoor pool
Heated pool
Plunge pool
Fitness / spa changing rooms
Fitness classes
Personal trainer
Sauna
Bar / lounge
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Happy hour
Kid-friendly buffet
Kids' meals
Outdoor dining area
Wine / champagne
Bicycles available
Boating
Canoeing
Bicycle tours
Billiards
Evening entertainment
Fishing
Karaoke
Patio
Walking tours
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Spa
Facial treatments
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Massage
Massage chair
Neck massage
Pedicure
Ski In / Ski Out
BBQ facilities
Chapel / shrine
Gift shop
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun deck
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
First aid kit
Infirmary
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Air conditioning
Private beach
Desk
Housekeeping
Minibar
Electric kettle
Flatscreen TV
Bidet
Interconnected rooms available
Private balcony
Sofa
Telephone
Wardrobe / wardrobe
Clothes rack
Private bathrooms
Walk-in shower
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TimeTripper wrote a review Jul 2020
Vantaa, Finland678 contributions73 helpful votes
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Wheelchair-accessible, rehabilitation centre and hotel in the same building complex. Basic room with a mini fridge but no kettle nor coffee-making facilities. Breakfast quite good but most foods without salt (salt and pepper on every table, though), also a corner for gluten-free items. Wonderful walking paths and breathtaking views!!!
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled
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Oleg E wrote a review Sep 2019
47 contributions10 helpful votes
Gorgeous and amazing nature around. An oasis of silence, tranquility and appeasement. Forests and lakes breathe pristine purity. Walking as always in Finland gives a feeling of unity with nature. Finnish people love their own nature and carefully look after it, keep it for themselves and their descendants. The room was clean, carefully prepared and fashioned in Finnish style. There is linoleum on the floor. Finnish windows protect from external noise, but there was a garbage collection point under the windows of our room. On Sunday morning, workers rattled trash bins. Perhaps this was the following up how the Finnish people treat guests from a neighboring country, that is, with special love! The bed was amazing and my wife and I enjoyed resting and good sleeping the whole night! A receptionist was smiling during our check-in. I paid for the staying period in cash. Unfortunately SPA zone and water centre were out of service and the receptionist did not mentioned about it during the check-in! Absurd! Glanced to the phone I have noticed I have not got a notification about SPA closing period for my staying dates at 9 a.m. at the same day on Saturday. I did not noticed it because I was driving at that time. It was impossible to assess the quality of the spa zone as it was closed exactly for the days of our staying at the hotel. It was clean inside and pleasant as so as usually in Finnish hotels, but the feeling that I overpaid a lot more than I saw and I got did not leave me for all period of time. The price is much too high! However, this applies to all hotels in Finland. Breakfast was completely ordinary, the products were fresh, but nothing more. There was no variety. Bacon was crunchy like cookies. In my opinion there was a regime of austerity of the owners for the guests. My wife and I were totally upset the hospitality like this.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Poupe K wrote a review Jul 2019
Helsinki, Finland37 contributions3 helpful votes
My husband booked the room for us for 2 nights. He chose a superior room and the price was on an expensive end. When we arrived, the location was great, beautiful landscape, peaceful area. But the sign says “kuntoutuskeskus”(rehabilitation center) so we were amused to check purselves in to a rehab. The receptionist was doing her job suitably fine, but there was no sense of welcoming or service mind approach. Most of the people who came in July are on vacation, but there was no vacation feeling to it. The hotel building has its long history. The jugend building is very nice and the rooms are renovated to be more modern. Comfortable bed, equipped with minibar and nice furniture. Breakfast was poor. The hotel restaurant offers food til late but we did not feel like dining there in a clse space with out-dated interior(not old and classic atmosphere). In a nice warm summer evening, it would be nice to be out in the terrace by the lake. They have a swimming pool(spa department) with steam room snd sauna. Everything worked fine but it really needs to be updated to a more modern days. Feeling so old and out-dated. The hotel’s site promote their beauty treatment service(facial treatment, foot treatment, massage, hair salon etc), we were planning for a foot treatment. We asked a receptionist, who answered coldly. She said “you need to book in advance!” (Oh yes, we arrived yesterday and had no idea, that is why we ask) and then we were told that the cosmetologist is not there. It is understAndable but it was a pity that there was no sense of service mind oriented/welcoming to the guests. At least this is what I felt, considering we paid for over 300€ for this visit, we used all the services elsewhere than in hotel facility. This hotel has s lot of potential, an old building with history, peaceful and beautiful location, but a lot of improvement is really needed.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled
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Sirpa wrote a review Jul 2018
Espoo, Finland72 contributions38 helpful votes
I was visiting with my husband in this hotel. I would consider it to be more close to hospital than Hotel. Rooms were very BIG and basic with hospital look and feel. Breakfast were very basic. Low value for money.
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Date of stay: July 2018
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Henrietta S wrote a review Jul 2018
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Functional, clean rooms with ac. Location by the lake is beautiful, nice walk tours around Punkaharju. Lake side café is worth visit&dinner or waffels. Breakfast was like going back to the 80ties, bad value for money.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled
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Sami L wrote a review Jul 2017
Helsinki, Finland47 contributions41 helpful votes
On our way back home we needed to stay one night somewhere. Savonlinna was fully booked (Opera Festival) so Punkaharju was a good option. This hotel turned out to be great. It is located near a lake in Punkaharju ridge area. It used to be a veteran rehab centre and still the clientele were mostly elderly people or people with disabilities. Our room was on the second floor. Air conditioning was good, as it turned out to be a hot day. The hotel offers sunny terrace next to the rooms and while the building is very big we found a direct route from parking lot to our room. The nature around the hotel is stunning: pine forests, water. There are lot of activities outdoors and Savonlinna is mere 30 min away. The best part was swimming pools. While the place is not a spa (no water slides or jacuzzis) it was perfect for kids. And not too crowded. We ended up being there two nights and would have been longer if we did not schedule pressure to return home. The hotel was good but some things still needed to get 5 stars from me :-) - breakfast was quite simple and plain, a bit "hospital like" - we skipped restaurant lunch and dinner, they were not match for the price - room was small and quite expensive (note: the hotel in the area were fully booked due to Opera festivals and this was maybe among the last rooms they would find). We will definitely be back!
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Tuire P wrote a review May 2016
32 contributions3 helpful votes
If you love the Finnish nature, lake Saimaa, outdoor activities, maybe pop in the day spa to swim or having a massage while staying at the hotel, this is a perfect place! Or need just a place to stay outside the town, the room was big, beatiful, quiet and clean, and the bed was excellent. I had foreign friends with me, and I noticed that the personnel was speaking english. However, the place is big, and few times my friends had difficulties to find their room, but so did I.. On weekdays it's also a rehabilitation place, so if you don't want to see any older people, or someone at wheelchair, it is not your place. But if you stay, you may have to stay up late and sing karaoke with them :D
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Room Tip: I didn't have a view to the lake, but I'm sure you get it if you ask.
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Hannu56 wrote a review Jul 2015
Espoo, Finland24 contributions15 helpful votes
Stayed here with my dear wife for two nights during our visit to Savonlinna Opera Festival, about 25 min drive away. The hotel is actually a tubeculosis sanatorium from the 1800's turned into a rehabilitation center for apparently people with mainly neurological problems, i.e. post stroke conditions etc. One wing of the old building is turned into a hotel. The whole complex seems to have been fully renovated to a modern building while retaining the old style. Old photographs on the walls tell you interesting stories of how tb-patients lived in this community long ago. Hotel has a nice tiny beach where one can have a morning dip in the clear lake. Hotel rooms are refurbished with style, are comfy and pleasant to stay in. Excellent beds! Very quiet location by a lake with spectacular scenery of Punkaharju close by. You will run into to patients under rehabilitation during your stay, giving it a unique flavor of staying in a hospital. The staff are very friendly and helpfull but obviously not very experienced in running a hotel. The room, although very good, did not have shampoo/conditioner but you could by some from the lobby. The breakfast was disappointingly finnish hotel breakfast, we decided to have ours in Savonlinna the second morning, I could recoomend Saimi Cafe there for breakfast.
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Date of stay: July 2015
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Anne K wrote a review Jul 2014
Joensuu, Finland59 contributions26 helpful votes
Stayed for one night to celebrate our 21st anniversary. The suite was beautiful: light, stylish and elegant, beds were the best in a loooong time! Room and bathroom were also clean and nicely kept. Loved the decorations and wallpapers! BUT the room was hot. Air conditioner did not work nor did the phone when we tried to call the reception to ask for help. We went downstairs and told receptionist about malfunction. She wrote our claim down, but did not even apologize for inconvenience. Hotel is very quiet, most of the clients were "patients", sitting in a wheelchairs and staff helping them to & with dinner etc. Restaurant was almost empty when we arrived (only one other couple eating) but still we had to wait for our dishes over 30 minutes. We ate from a la carte and prices were HIGH, but the portions were poor. Would not recommend to choose for a "nice dinner out" to anybody. Everything closes very early: restaurant at 22:00 and cafe downstairs 21:00. When we returned to our room it was still hot and air conditioner not working. Somebody had brought us a tiny tiny tiny table fan, but it did no good :( Luckily we stayed in a suite: it had two windows to open so by night is was a bit cooler. When we were leaving we once again complained a bit about the broken air conditioner and phone, but receptionist did not even say sorry. As a customer I am used to getting some response on my complains and that nonchalant silence from the receptions side left very unpleasant aftertaste to this visit. Will not visit again and can not recommend to anyone wishing for magnific experience.
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Date of stay: July 2014
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Jani S wrote a review Jul 2013
Vantaa, Finland25 contributions20 helpful votes
Stayed there for two nights with the family. The room was nice but the athmosphere is more a hospital than a hotel. Would recommend to seek some other place in the area, which is obviously nice even for a Finn.
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Date of stay: July 2013Trip type: Travelled
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US$119 - US$140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
FinlandSouthern SavoniaPunkaharju
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Kruunupuisto
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Kruunupuisto?
Nearby attractions include Finnish Forest Museum Lusto (1.5 km), Punkaharju Ridge (0.6 km), and Aseman Taidelaituri (1.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Kruunupuisto?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free wifi, and free breakfast.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Kruunupuisto?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Kruunupuisto?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Kruunupuisto?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Kruunupuisto?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ravintola Punkaharju, Inkeritalo, and Cafe Rantakivi.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Hotel Kruunupuisto?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool, a fitness centre, and a sauna during their stay.
Does Hotel Kruunupuisto offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Kruunupuisto?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Russian, Swedish, and Finnish.
Is Hotel Kruunupuisto accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.