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Spa Hotel Harma - Harman kylpyla

Vaasantie 22, Yliharma 62375 Finland
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#1 of 2 hotels in Yliharma
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Golf course
Tennis court
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Hot bath
Indoor pool
Kids club
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms


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Mlandege wrote a review Apr 2017
31 contributions4 helpful votes
We visited in the Härmä Spa during the Finnish winter holiday period. Swimming pool was full of people. In the dinner time there was band playing terrific music in the restaurant. Our hotel room was simple and clean.
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Date of stay: March 2017
HarriHirvela wrote a review Oct 2016
Imatra, Finland247 contributions92 helpful votes
Travelling in "Pohjanmaa" this is where you can sleep, eat, drink, dance, go to sauna and pools, play golf... When I was here, the place was crowded during the daytime, and somehow they vanished in the evening, except the one night with a live band. There are old and new buildings all mixed together. The bigger rooms with balconies are excellent. Good breakfast. Wifi works, and then it doesn't. Not too many sockets to plug your chargers in (located conveniently).
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Date of stay: August 2016
retki wrote a review May 2016
Vaasa25 contributions1 helpful vote
The spa side of this place is good to visit with small kids - there's a couple of different pools for them, and plenty of toys. However, the restaurant buffet is a disappointment. I easily cook better food at home. Also, the selection in the hot food buffet might not offer you anything you might want to eat. The salad table is better.
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Date of stay: April 2016
Eija R wrote a review Jun 2014
Oulu, Finland124 contributions58 helpful votes
This hotel/spa has gone through renovation and now it is really a good choice for families who are interested in doing together sport activities (both indoors and out). The location is peaceful but close to amusement park Powerpark. We stayed in a family room, which was huge. There were actually two rooms: the first one had two beds for children/teens that were made from a special "closet". The other room had two separate beds. There was also a balcony. The room price included the usage of spa, which is not big, but it has a 25 meter pool (4 lanes). Also some children's pools were there and steam sauna and normal sauna. They have a weekly program of sports that you can participate in. Also, you can use gym, go jogging, lend a bike, play golf, etc. Two running paths (1,3km and
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Date of stay: June 2014
kihaan wrote a review Sep 2013
Vaasa, Finland229 contributions29 helpful votes
I visited the place for a birthday dinner. I had been there ages ago and had some sort of an idea of what to expect. Some of our group were totally over-dressed as many of the guests at the restaurant were wearing sweat suits or something equally casual. We ate at the buffet. There were lots to choose from: salads, fish and meat. Coffee and cake for dessert. The food was ok but nothing special. For 18,90€ you could eat as much as you liked. I also got to see one of the hotel rooms. It was a very spacious family room, one separate bedroom with twin beds and 2 beds “in the wall” in the living area. The bathroom was very basic, reminded me of a hospital. The large balcony was very nice. The corridors looked to be more from a prison than from a hotel. Of course, it depends on
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Date of stay: September 2013
US$151 - US$176 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
FinlandSouthern OstrobothniaYliharma
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