What time is the breakfast? Where can I park my car? We have listed a couple of tips and you can ask more by contacting us. Our reception is open 24/7.
The most interesting shops in the centre of Turku are at a short distance from Centro. Even Turku’s famous Marketplace is only a block from our hotel. Naturally, all the attractions of Turku are close by. Turku Castle, Turku Cathedral and the Aura Riverside.
Friends of culture can find museums, art, theatres and concerts. Everything is just round the corner. Visit us in the summer to experience the Medieval Market, or plan an autumn trip and visit the Herring Fair.
Friends of food can find a wide variety of high-quality restaurants within a walking distance of our hotel.
You can find more activities and ideas from the VisitTurku website.
Do you also think that hotel breakfasts are the best? We can happily say that we are more than proud of our breakfast. Welcome!
Breakfast on weekdays from 06.30 to 09.30 (July and August from 07.00 to 10.00 , Saturdays from 07.30 to 10.30 and Sundays from 07.30 to 11.00.
Breakfast for non-guests €22/person. Make a reservation by calling us +358 2 2118100. Be sure to let us know if you have any food allergies or special requests.
Our hotel is located in the centre of Turku, in a peaceful inner courtyard at Yliopistonkatu 12 a.
You will also find our own parking area (14 spaces) in the yard. Parking fee €14/day (12.00 p.m.–12.00 a.m.). We do not reserve parking spaces beforehand; they are taken in order of arrival.
If our car park is full, you can find parking spaces by the street. Parking by the street is free from Monday to Friday 8 p.m.–9 a.m., on Saturdays from 5 p.m. onwards and on Sundays the whole day. There are also multi-storey car parks available near the hotel (e.g. Puutorin pysäköinti and Toriparkki).
Centro is an art hotel—we have an impressive collection of modern art on display in the hotel rooms and premises.
Centro showcases over 50 pieces of original artwork with pieces by artists such as Antoni Tápies, Lee Jaffe, Pierre Alechinsky, Pablo Tomek, Tapani Mikkonen, Voitto Vikainen and Minna Komulainen.