A magical evening
Back at the hotel, the stage was set for a tasteful experience in the hotel’s Brasseriet restaurant, where a five-course meal with wine package was served in a kind of sharing concept, where all dishes are shared on the table. With its white marble tables, colourful chairs and separate wine corner, it was almost like being in France, say the group of friends.
"For many of us, the dinner experience was perhaps the best part of the entire stay. It was so well done and extremely good food. A real night out," says Charlotte.
For dinner, mussels, salmon tataki, cod, cured meat and lamb were served before a cake trolley was wheeled out for dessert.
"The cake trolley was a really fun experience, and an eye-catcher throughout the evening. It’s not often you can choose dessert that way, and you also get to taste so many delicious cakes," says Nora.
"And then it was really idyllic to have the sunset just outside the window," adds Sanna.
Dreaming of going back
With a perfect mix of city and nature, and a programme full of fast-paced activities, good food and luxurious relaxation in the hotel room, the group of seven had a great time on the trip.
"It’s been a great experience – a dream weekend from start to finish! We won't forget this trip," says Charlotte, adding that checking in to a hotel added more flavour after two summers on camping holiday in a row.
"If you have the opportunity to do so, we recommend other groups of friends to do the same.
"It’s worth saving a little extra to get an experience like this.