The quaint historic school of Säyrylä has been reconstructed to work as a functional meeting centre. The School is next to Himos Hotel and Himos Areena.
The School has a variety of sixes of meeting rooms, which can be flexibly rearranged for different purposes. Larger groups can occupy several rooms in both floors and regroup to use the rooms as studies.
The personal meeting rooms – or classrooms as we call them, are decorated and named after the old village school style but equipped with modern technique. Audio assistance by request.
POSSIBLE TABLE ARRANGEMENTS
The biggest meeting room of the School is the Principal with 90 seats. The luminous space has three entrances.
This room is located downstairs of the building and is in conjunction of the sun-terrace, which is also the fairway for the guests with reduced mobility.
Classroom mode: 90 people
U-table: 22 people
Diplomat: 22 people
The Meeting Centre School hides a lot of local history, as it served as the Säyrylän School from the early 1900s until the 1960s.
Since then, it has been used for a variety of purposes, including as a campsite support building and a carpeting site for the villagers.
A major, comprehensive renovation was completed in 2013, since when the Meeting Centre School has served as the central meeting place of Himos. The school’s exterior retains the style of the era with its roof ornaments and original porch flags.
The classrooms were renovated into modern meeting rooms, respecting their history.
The school’s diverse meeting spaces provide space for new learning, and the interior design solutions encourage stimulating meeting days.