If you’re looking for a hotel in Hamina, look no further than Hotel Hamina.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a minibar, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge while staying at Hotel Hamina. In addition, Hotel Hamina offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Hamina trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Travellers looking for cafes can head to Konditoria Huovila or Varvara.
Should time allow, Hamina Old Town, Hamina Town Hall, and Hamina Fortress are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
The staff at Hotel Hamina looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We booked a superior room for us. Room was clean and spacious. Toilet/shower work fine and there was many towels and showergel and shampoo. Room rate is included bathrobe and slippers. There was a minibar but no coffeemaker or electric kettle. But, at the reseptionfloor, there was a brewed coffee and biscuits and tea. Parking place for your car is located backyard hotel. It´s free. Breakfast was a good, there was all kind of food and i think everybody gets something to eat. Location is best what you get at Hamina. And, staff was very friendly and helpful, thank you again!
Hotel is nice with access to a swimmingpool (on the other side of the road). Breakfast OK, but there could be a little bit bigger selection. Parking free of charge for your car. Fast check in and price reasonable.
The hotel feels more like an extension of home. Don’t get me wrong the service and accommodation is very good. It’s just got a family atmosphere. They leave a percolator of coffee ready in a morning, to be switched in by the first guest up, along with biscuits. They come out at two or three in the morning to greet you and welcome you. You just sort of relax in to the place like a comfy pair of slippers, maybe a bit worn, but very comfortable.
We booked a standard double room at the hotel site, stayed for one night. I was looking for a spa hotel, and this one is very good. You just walk through the passageway above the street, and in a minute you are in the pool area. Notice, however, that spa is closed on Sundays, and on other days it works until 20:00 (visitors are asked to leave the pools at 19:30). If you stay in a standard room, you can rent a bathrobe and slippers (they seem to be included for the suites only). Elena at the reception was very friendly and helpful, she recommended several museums to visit on week-end - they were even free of charge. You can also get a city map and a list of local shops etc. Breakfasts in Finland are always good. At the reception, there is also a tea table for hotel guests, with tea, sugar and cookies. The hotel itself is located next to the fascinating old town center. I recommend visiting the tourist information point in the Flag Tower (across the hotel) - you can discover many interesting facts about the history of Finland, its flag and coat of arms.…
This was a business trip to a pleasant hotel in a quiet area. However, nightlife from the bar just along the road was noisy into the early hours. My quality of sleep was affected by the constant daylight (not the hotel’s fault) but also the temperature. A desk fan was provided but was noisier than the nightlife! The room was perfectly clean and comfortable and the staff were very welcoming and polite. The breakfast choice was different to what I would have elsewhere but this just adds to the experience.