Hotel Lasaretti is located by the Oulujoki river nestled in the area of Ainola park and Hupisaari Islands, and only a 15-minute walk from the city centre. The distance to the railway station and the bus station is only about one kilometer and the drive from the airport to Lasaretti takes about 20 minutes.
In addition to the hotel yard area, there is a car park called Autoheikki nearby.
The popular tourist attractions Science Centre Tietomaa ja Oulu Museum of Art are located near Hotel Lasaretti. The paths and white wooden bridges lead you to Hupisaari Islands, to the open air theatre, to the Northern Ostrobothnia museum and to Oulu Market Square where you can visit the Oulu Market Hall, Oulu City Theatre and the library. There are excellent outdoor rec-reation paths and Kiikkusaari playground in Ainola Park.
If you go for a walk by the river, you will find the Merikoski fishway and Patosilta bridge with its lighting art. Tuira beach on the opposite side of the Oulujoki river invites you for a refreshing swim both in summer and in winter. The sauna society called Oulun Rantasaunaseura has a popular floating sauna next to Tuira beach on the Oulujoki river.
Lasaretinsaari Island has seen many different stages over the course of centuries. It has served as the Crown’s distillery (1776-1791), the governor’s residence (1791-1834), the county hospital (1834-1939) and a military hospital (1939-1999). The island has had many different names de-pending on its use: Rysänsaari, Polttimosaari, Maaherransaari and now Lasaretinsaari.
The cultural and historical value of Lasaretinsaari Island is further enhanced by the dignitaries who have visited along the years, such as Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden and Alexander I of Russia. Finnish presidents K. J. Ståhlberg and Martti Ahtisaari have lived on the island in their youth. Other interesting individuals, such as Johan “Nukuttaja” Näyhä and Naima Kurvinen, bring addi-tional colour to the history of the island.
The culturally and historically valuable and fully restored area of Lasaretinsaari Island was granted the Environmental Construction of the Year award in 2005 as a recognition of its versatile, high-quality environmental planning and construction. The award was granted by the Finnish Garden Association and the construction product industry of the Confederation of Finnish In-dustries RT.
Open from 7.00 am–11.00 pm, on-call at night from 11.00 pm–7.00 am.
Breakfast is served in the restaurant from Mon–Fri 6.30–9.30 am, Sat–Sun 7.30–10.00 am.
Open daily from 8.00 am–10.30 pm.
Lunch is served from 10.30 am–1.30 pm on weekdays.
Mon–Sat from 4.00–10.30 pm. Last orders at 10 pm.
Open from Mon–Sat 9.00 am–10 pm.
Ladies from 4.00–6.30 pm
Gents from 7–10 pm.
Open daily from 7.00 am–10 pm.
Hotel reception & room reservations
tel. +358 20 757 4700
Meeting and party venue, sales service
open Mon-Fri 8 am – 4 pm
tel. +358 20 757 4701
p. +358 44 407 7314
tel. +358 40 841 5468
p. +358 40 771 5764
p. +358 40 546 8373
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