New owner for Sannäs Manor

Hotel, restaurant, and conference operations will be continued.

Planvest Oy is buying the Sannäs Manor. Planvest Oy is owned by Heikki Kyöstilä, the founder and CEO of the health technology company Planmeca Group, and his family.

Sannäsin Kartano Oy, which owns the building, came under the ownership of the Aalto University Group in 2010. The manor currently operates as a popular conference hotel.

The hotel, restaurant, and conference operations of the manor will be passed on to Sannäsin Kartanolaiset Oy, which will continue the operations of the manor as a full-service conference hotel with high standards of quality. The present employees will be employed by the new company. The parties to the sale are not disclosing the sale price.


Further information:
Teemu Malmi
Professor, Aalto University
Chairman of the Board of Sannäsin Kartano Oy
tel. +358 40 510 0827

Veli Mäkelä
Vice President, Administration and Business Development
[email protected]
tel. +358 400 207 707

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