The design rooms are located in the old office and workspace areas of the police station. Each room is individually decorated and a delightful work of art. The inspiration for our hotel and room decor has come from renowned Finnish designers such as Tapio Wirkkala, Kaj Franck, Ilmari Tapiovaara, Nanny Still, Gunnel Nyman, Birger Kaipiainen, and Erik Bruun. Room reservations include breakfast, Wi-Fi, sauna, and free parking. All our rooms are non-smoking. Pets are welcome in some of the rooms.


/ Tapio Wirkkala (1915-1985)

Hanko’s own son was a leading figure in Finland’s modern industry, whose glass, wood, and silver objects enchanted international design circles in the 1950s and 1960s, laying the foundation for the success of Finnish design.

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/ Maija Isola (1927-2001)

Isola is one of Finland’s most internationally renowned textile artists and a prominent part of the Finnish visual environment. She spent her 38-year career at Marimekko Oy, and her fabric designs continue to be a significant part of Marimekko’s production.

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/ Saara Hopea (1925-1984)

Hopea had two careers as a designer. She worked both as a glass and jewelry designer. As a glass designer, she created both mass-produced glassware and unique art glass, primarily for Nuutajärvi glassworks. Hopea’s father was a goldsmith, and after his death, she took over the management of her father’s goldsmith shop in Porvoo. As a jewelry designer, she became known for her striking large silver jewelry pieces.

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/ Ilmari Tapiovaara (1914-1999)

The modern Finnish furniture designer was a successor to Alvar Aalto. Tapiovaara developed wood and veneer bending techniques far beyond Aalto’s methods. At Keravan Puuteollisuus Oy, Tapiovaara, as the first designer in Finland, expanded his responsibility to industrial production processes that traditionally did not fall within the designer’s purview.

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The former Kaj room has now been renovated into a sunny and fresh Hanko Spa room.

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/ Lisa Johansson-Pape (1907-1989)

Lisa Johansson-Pape was the most significant Finnish lighting designer of the latter half of the 20th century. In addition to designing an exceptionally wide range of lighting fixtures for Orno Oy, she also revolutionized the principles of lighting and artificial light.

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/ Nanny Still (1926-2009)

Nanny Still’s versatile design career began in 1949 as a designer for Riihimäen Lasi Oy. Nanny Still McKinney defined three fundamental principles for design: material, form, and use. In addition to designing glass for Riihimäen Lasimuseo, Still also created jewelry for Aura Goldsmiths and glass and porcelain products for several international manufacturers.

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Birger & Yki

/ Birger Kaipiainen (1915-1988) & Yki Nummi (1925-1989)

Kaipiainen was one of Finland’s most internationally successful and renowned designers. His Paratiisi tableware for Arabia left no one indifferent. Yki Nummi was one of the modern designers who elevated Finnish design to international fame. He was a pioneer in the use of new materials such as acrylic. He considered color design to be one of his most important areas of work. He worked as a designer for Tikkurila paint factory, founded a color service agency, and developed a new paint mixing system, the Joker color chart.

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Hanko Of course, every hotel in Hanko must have a room named after our city. The room is adorned with a full-wall picture of Hanko from the early 1900s, a time when Hanko was one of Finland’s largest ports and when nearly 400,000 Finns emigrated to North America

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/ Erik Bruun (s. 1926)

Bruun is known for his graphic design. At Kuvamainos Oy, he created his first printed poster in his career, for the Ayshire 50th-anniversary exhibition. As an independent advertising illustrator and graphic artist, Bruun has been working since 1953. The Jaffa logo and advertisements, as well as nature and conservation, are reflected in the posters Merikotka ( Sea eagle) and Saimaannorppa (Saimaa norpa).

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/ Rut Bryk (1916-1999)

Rut Bryk was a key innovator in Finnish modern ceramic art, and as an atelier artist at Arabia in the 1950s, she was one of the most celebrated Finnish artists in her field. Bryk’s style ranged from naivism to modernism. Bryk was married to Tapio Wirkkala.

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Sand is a double room within a set of three rooms. Sand is decorated in a relaxed and maritime style.

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Klippa is the largest double room within a set of three rooms. Klippa is decorated in a relaxed and maritime style. The room easily accommodates an extra bed.

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Sten is one of the double rooms within a set of three rooms. Sten is decorated in a relaxed and maritime style. The room has separate beds and a balcony overlooking the courtyard.

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