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Paimio Sanatorium

Accommodation in the shade of pine trees at the Paimio Sanatorium.

Welcome to enjoy the healing power of nature and silence.

Originally designed as a dormitory for the sanatorium’s nursing staff, Mäntylä was completed in 1949. The building currently houses 13 bright rooms, each with its own unique style.
The Nurses’ Dormitory, designed by Alvar Aalto, was completed in the vicinity of the main building in the 1960s. The Artek accommodation rooms have been furnished with Artek exhibition furniture.
The Nurses’ Dormitory, designed by Alvar Aalto, was completed in the vicinity of the main building in the 1960s. Finnish furniture maker Hakola has furnished two accommodation units with their signature bright hues.
The 12 rooms in the C-wing of the Nurses’ House is a new, affordable accommodation option, which is ideal for groups such as sports and leisure clubs.
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