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With kids in Kupittaa

Enjoy a family vacation in Kupittaa!

Everybody enjoys their stay here!

Our magnificent rooms with divan can accommodate up to 4 people and we also have rooms suitable for families with children and larger groups, where the two rooms can be connected by opening a connecting door.

These extra beds and connecting rooms are located on the Kupittaa railway station's side of the hotel, so the little ones in the family can explore the trains from the windows!

The center of Turku can be conveniently reached from the hotel by bus or on foot. QR codes have been added to the wallpapers of our rooms, behind which you will find cultural and sports venues!

Ask more about kids room or extra beds straight from our reception.

Children's Kupittaa

Happy Onni Orava entertains children also this year. Onni's recommendation for a good breakfast can be found every morning form the breakfast table and you might even find Onni himself paying a visit at ours! Read more about Onni's adventures in Kupittaa.

After Midsummer, children will get their own play corner where it's possible to run your own restaurant as a masterchef and play games woth a game board.

Children's Bistro Elli

At ours, the children also get to have delicious food since the masters of Bistro Elli have come up with children's own dishes. You can get every á la carte dish served in half as a kids dish. In July, there will be a children's own buffet with kids favorite foods!

Reserve a table for the whole family in Bistro Elli!

Kupittaa Park

Kupittaa Park, situated less thank a kilometre away from the hotel, is the largest urban park in Finland and it has capacity for many kinds of activities for the whole family.

In addition to the large green areas in Kupittaa Park, there are also a bird park, a traffic park for children, the Adventure Park, a pavilion restaurant, an outdoor swimming arena, and a sports hall.

Adventure Park

The Children’s Culture Centre Adventure Park supports children’s cultural rights by offering versatile art-and culture activities for children and youths, families, as well as schools and early childhood education, all year round.

Varying theatre productions, interactive events, hobby groups, and art workshops are cornerstones of the center’s operation. The Adventure Park is run by the City of Turku.

Some of the offered activities and shows are charged for, while others are free of charge. Unless stated otherwise, all activities must be booked beforehand through our webpage, and, in summer, through the info-point located in the park.

The playground-area of the Adventure Park is always open and free of charge.

Turku offers a lot to do for families - read more here!