You can experience the hottest löyly* sensations either in our wood-heated sauna or the modern smoke sauna. The wood-heated sauna might be more of a traditional type of experience for the first-time sauna-goers, whereas the smoke sauna can give the experienced sauna enthusiasts a chance to step up a notch.
*”Löyly” is a Finnish word for the steam and heat of the sauna: “heittää löylyä” means to throw water on the stove stones to create even more heat and steam.
There are two public mixed saunas at Kuuma, where you can come with a friend or by yourself to relax. The bigger one is the smoke sauna and the smaller of our saunas is a traditional wood-heated sauna.
Students (with a Finnish student card), children (under 16 years of age) and pensioners can enjoy a sauna from Tuesday to Friday between 11 and 17 with a reduced price of 8 euros.
You can bring your own towel, a flannel to sit on (as the benches get hot), swimsuit, and sauna slippers. You can also rent a towel from Kuuma if you wish (for 2 euros).
The admission fee is paid at the café-restaurant before continuing via the shoe locker to the dressing rooms, where you will find lockable changing booths. When ready, continue to the mixed area where the showers and saunas are. In the mixed area, please wear your swimsuit or wrap up in your towel.
So, remember to bring your swimsuit with you – should you forget or for other reasons need to rent swimming gear, that’s also possible with 2 euros per person.
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