AddressTorikatu 16 JoensuuSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Eco-initiatives at this contemporary hotel include water heating rather than air-con and small communal areas to reduce heating. Clean, comfortable rooms sleep up to three for the same price (a pull-out armchair converts into a single bed). Breakfast (€7) is optional. Try to arrive when reception is staffed as the lobby's automatic check-in kiosk can be temperamental.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel GreenStar and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Joensuu.
Description provided by property
Hotel GreenStar offers affordable, eco-friendly accommodation in Joensuu city centre, only 75 metres from the Carelicum Museum. All the bright Scandinavian-style rooms have free Wi-Fi access and private bathrooms.
All rooms at GreenStar Hotel have a 32-inch flat screen TV. They are furnished with 2 beds and an armchair which folds out to an extra bed. A mini-fridge and a kettle can be found in each room.
A communal microwave oven is found on the first floor. Snacks and drinks can be bought from vending machines in the lobby.
GreenStar Hotel is a UNESCO-approved environmental property. The Art Nouveau-style Town Hall is situated 230 metres from the hotel. Joensuu Central Station is a 10-minute walk away.
If you expect to arrive outside check-in hours, please note that you will need your reservation number from Hotel GreenStar's booking confirmation.
On Fridays, Saturdays and public holidays, there is a minimum age limit of 22 for at least 1 guest per room.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking throughout
- Facilities for disabled guests
- Free WiFi
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