Great hotel with good modern facilities and a fantastic restaurant. On my first business trip to Jyväskylä I was recommended this hotel by a colleague who is well travelled in Finland. The gym was modern, clean and enough equipment for all levels of fitness. Very impressive. The rooms were very large with typical scandic feel and decor which did feel a little sterile but wonderful views of the city and lakes. The restaurant was phenomenal. Exceeded my usual expectations for a hotel restaurant by a long shot. Pinot Grigio was beautiful and the scallops for starter were beautiful and cooked perfect. Highly recommend this hotel for business trip and evening dinner
We had very nice short weekend visit and birthday party at this excellent hotel. Booked larger room for 3 persons and there was plenty of space even with extra bed. Room was very tidy too. Relaxing Sauna with nice view upstairs. Helpful staff. Delicious food at the restaurant.
Although we have visited Jyväskylä a couple of times, we have never stayed at this award-winning hotel before. Now our main purpose to come to Jyväskylä was to see the new Ultimate Solo Terrace Suites which were added in 2019 when the new hotel extension was completed. Our suite was ready on arrival at 12:20. A very friendly receptionist asked what we wanted as a welcome gift and when it should be delivered. We opted for sparkling wine. When we came back from our city-center lunch, a bottle of sparkling wine with chocolate was waiting upstairs. There are two Terrace Suites. Both are very spacious 100 sqm two-story suites on floors 8 and 9. The decor is quite simple but very modern. Downstairs is the entrance, one bedroom, and a toilet. Upstairs is a connected bedroom and a living room, a huge spa bathroom (a sauna, two showers, a big design bathtub, and two sinks), and a separate toilet. From the bathroom and the bedroom, you have access to a large furnished balcony with panoramic views. Rooms have very high ceilings. So the spiral staircase connecting the floors is very long. Actually, we would have been very happy to have just the upstairs. Except for the suite entrance, everything we needed was there. The downstairs acted just a large vestibule for us. The food selection at the breakfast was extensive. Coffee was brought to the table as usual at Solo Sokos Hotels. Our stay had good value for 337 euros.…
Great service, rooms spacy and well-equipped. Even standard rooms. There can be a view to the lake but not from all rooms. Sauna is nice, there have been extra pampering masks etc. The location is not perfect but there is only a short walk to the centre. Parking a bit expensive. Breakfast amazing.
Stayed one night during the holidays with my hubby. We had a supreme solo king room, 7th floor and very nice view to the city centre and the lake. The room was spacious but needs some more furniture. There was only one recliner to relax, very small desk, no table. There is plenty of room to add some more comfortable furniture. Water pressure from the shower was quite weak, no need for the rain shower if you cannot get enough water from it. Service was friendly and casual, however the room service walked in to the room without knocking while we were in the room. From my point of view Hotel Paviljonki is a a normal Finnish middle-range chain hotel, where you can sleep well but don't expect nothing special.