See why so many travellers make Scandic Turku their hotel of choice when visiting Turku. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Scandic Turku features 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a hot tub and free breakfast. If you are driving to Scandic Turku, parking is available.
Close to some of Turku's most popular landmarks, such as Pyhän Marttyyrikeisarinna Aleksandran Kirkko (0.4 mi) and Kakola (0.5 mi), Scandic Turku is a great destination for tourists.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Tintå, Di Trevi, and Sergio's, which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Turku is also known for some great art museums, including Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova, Turku Art Museum, and Ett Hem Museum, which are not too far from Scandic Turku.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Scandic Turku as you experience all of the things Turku has to offer.
Nice basic hotel. Friendly staff. Room and bathroom were basic but very clean. Room was peaceful, not a sound was heard from outside of it. There was a minibar, which could also be used as a refrigerator for own drinks and snacks. Breakfast was very good.
Lobby area and restaurant is quite ok but rooms are old, especially the bathroom had seen it's best days decades ago. Location quite ok near centre. Our first room spelled quite badly, but luckily were able to switch to a normal smelling room. Tv was a tiny one in a corner of the family room.
We were surprised to find that the room we had booked was on the "old side" without air conditioning (the pictures of the room on the website were very different from where we actually stayed). So, if you want air conditioning, please make sure it is specified in the description of the room. We were able to move to an air conditioned room for the second night of our stay, for which we are grateful. The staff was very helpful and accommodating, and I give full points for the service we got! That made up for some of the material disappointments that we experienced. Breakfast was plentiful, and the dinner we ate in the restaurant was also quite tasty.
Somewhat okey hotel. It was a bit old hotel, toalett smelt bad. Otherwise okey. Situation was okey. It was Close to harbour. It is good if you need it. We had two rooms. Only one had refrigerator. Towels where typical Scandic quality smelling vinegar = not nice.
For years we have stayed at various Scandic hotels and had a great experience, until we visited this property. It is old, not up to modern standards and the room was horribly hot. It must have been well over 30 degrees in there, and we only had a table ventilator to move the hot air. Opening the window was of no help, as one can open it only 2cm. In the night we had to open the room door to get some air exchange, which is of course not optimal. The breakfast was also a disappointment with dirty dishes on every empty table and the refill of bread etc was not fast enough. At checkout after mentioning about the hotness issues, we were given some drinks on the house.
I would never ever go there again. We had booked a room Family 3 room for me and my 3 kids (the youngest is only 2). The room was small and hot (even though outside was below 20 C), the floor dirty and the bathroom even smelled (of pee, mind you!). The room was 120 euros, which was way overpriced for what we got. Usually scandic is quiet tidy and it really disappointed me. I suspect scandic will renovate that building soon- like this it is not at all up to scandic standart!
We stayed one night in Turku at Scandic Atrium. We chose this hotel since it had a pool and was at a good location near city center. When arriving we found at that the parking available wasnt free (13€ for 24h so not too bad), there was a 20min queue to the reception (seemed to be that way all night whenever we wanted to ask something we decided we can survive without). We were travelling with a toddler and had mentioned that when booking, still the bed in the room was a single bed definitely not suitable for a toddler (would have fallen off), but luckily we brought our own travel bed so solved the situation with that. We would have contacted the reception but as mentioned before, the long waiting time was not an option with an increasingly impatient toddler. We had a nice dinner, went down to the pool only to discover that there was only one dressing room for men and women, which was reserved for women 17-19, and men 19.30-22, when they had their sauna turns. Not so fun for a travelling family to have to send the man upstairs to shower in the room instead of being able to do it downstairs by the pool. The ladder to the pool was really tricky to use and an elderly lady we met said she barely got up from there and called the ladder "for sporty people only". Anyways, we got a nice swim in the deep pool with some folks doing water aerobics at the same time and enjoyed a short sauna visit afterwards. Then we headed to the room for some much needed rest, only to discover that there was no air-conditioning in the room. With temperatures being +25 outside, the room was sooo warm, so we all had a hard time sleeping. Safe to say we were happy when morning came and we got to enjoy the lovely standardized breakfast. After that we wanted to check out the children's play area near our room, but the doors were closed with no information regarding opening hours. I've spent many nights at Scandic Kuopio and compared to that this was just not as nice. Summa summarum - not the worst hotel stay but could also definitely have been a lot better.…
I stayed in this hotel for business and was shellshocked, when I opened the door of the room they gave me. I'm a frequent traveller and stayed at various Scandic hotels over the years, usually you get an upgrade due to your FQT status. This time, I felt like I got a downgrade. The room had no aircondition, but a cheap ventilator. An ammoniac like smell greeted me in the bathroom, when I put water in the sink, an awful smell replaced the chemical one. Mold was on the walls, lightsiwtches were sticky and scratched and the doorhandle of the bathroomdoor was broken. I went to the front desk to make a complaint. The very friendly staff gave me a new room (the last one they had, as the hotel was fully booked). The room in the original building had an aircondition and a renovated bathroom. The floor was quite worn, so was some of the furniture. If you stay in the hotel, make sure that you book a room, that gives AC in the detailed description. Breakfast was OK, no highlights but everything was well presented and refilled. There was only regular coffe, no cappuccino or flat white were available. Glutenfree and vegan options were placed on a special counter. The restaurant team was extremly attentive and well mannered, offering help to the elderly customers. Staff is really friendly and its not their fault, that they wirk in a hotel that really needs renovation and refurnishing. I have seen a lot better value at various hotels in Finland for the price Scandic charged for this hotelstay and I recommend, that you check other options, if you want a modern and well-furnished room in Turku.…
Hotelli was old, bathroom smell very bad and muistutella didnt dry over Night. No aircondition and very hot room where air was heavy and bad. Small and cheap fan was in the room that didnt help at all. Didnt get A good sleep in this hotel.I cannot recommend.
Location is great. Interior is horrible, very outdated. No air conditioning at all. Hotel room was dirty, there were hair on the drain, several soap depensers were broken, dust every where and more. Only good thing was the breakfast.