We have solariums at our Kallio, Kontulan, Malmi, Mäkelänrintnne, Töölö and Vuosaari locations.

You can visit the solarium for a one-visit fee or buy a 10-visit solarium card.

  •  1 visit 5,50 €
  • 10 visits 45 €

The total duration of the solarium booking is 30 minutes, and the solarium device can be used for a maximum of 20 minutes at a time.

Inquiries and bookings directly from the halls’ customer service.

Kallio: tel. 09 3488 6450
Kontula: tel. 09 3488 6350
Malmi: tel. 09 3488 6300
Mäkelänrinne: tel. 09 3488 6550
Töölö: tel. 09 3488 6600
Vuosaari: tel. 09 3488 6750

Solarium - Urheiluhallit


Using a solarium is no safer than sunbathing. The harm of UV radiation is similar no matter where you are exposed to it.

The use of solariums during pregnancy has no effect on fetal development, but the effects of UV radiation are limited to the mother’s skin.

  • You should never stay in the solarium for so long that your skin is red after your visit. Be particularly careful during your first few visits, especially if your skin is not yet tanned. Five minutes is a suitable starting time for most people. Always adjust the length of your visit according to how much your skin can handle.
  • Follow the machine’s instructions and do not exceed the recommended time.
  • Many of the UV radiation’s harmful effects depend on the lifetime amount of radiation. Limit your number of solarium visists to 10 per year and also pay attention to how often you sunbathe.
  • Always use eye protection. Keeping your eyes closed is not always enough to protect them from the solariums strong UV radiation.
  • Do not use the solarium if you are on prescription medication without first consulting your doctor. Certain medicinal substances increase the skin’s sensitivity to light.
  • Remove all make-up. You should not use products that promise to darken your tan. Some cosmetics increase the skin’s sensitivity to UV radiation, increasing the risk of burns.
  • You should not try to treat skin conditions with a solarium on your own. Consult a dermatologist for advice. Special UV treatment devices exist for medical use.
  • Monitor your skin and visit a doctor if a mole becomes itchy, starts to bleed, grows or changes in appearance. A skin cancer prognosis will be better the earlier the illness is detected.
  • You are under 18 years of age
  • Your skin is sensitive to the sun and does not easily tan
  • You have spent time in the sun that particular day
  • You are using medication that makes you sensitive to UV radiation or are ill
  • You or one of your relatives has or has had skin cancer