For a first-timer, entering the hotel was problematic. Front door opened by typing the door code sent to my cellphone. This brought me to a well-lit hall where a lift was found behind the corner. The lift's interior was very dark, and no instructions were visible. The lift didn't react to pushing the floor buttons. I stepped out to see if there are any instructions in the hall. None, just the reservation kiosk which I didn't need since I already had a booking. I didn't know what to do, but another guest arriving at the same time found a helpline number in the message on his cellphone. A third guest came in, and told us there is a keyboard inside the lift for entering the door code and making the lift work. Indeed, there was a small black box with unlit keys, very difficult to see when entering from the well-lit street.
The room was very clean and furnished in an extremely functional style. Walls and floors are covered with imitation wood panels, and there is a reproduction of Claude Monet's Le déjeuner sur l'herbe above the bed. According to modern Finnish building standards, the bathroom is large enough for entering in a wheelchair, which together with the several alarm devices makes the bathroom feel a little like being in a hospital.
The lighting in the room was either too bright -- probably well suited for quick cleaning between guests -- or too dark if you switch off the ceiling lights and use only the small reading lights above the bed. The plastic curtains don't block the bright light from the street well enough. Also, for some reason the double bed was located right next to the window, so that one of the guests need to share the bed with the hems of the curtains and stand the heat from the radiator beside the bed.
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