This Burger King Will Deliver Your Meal to its In-House Sauna

May 16, 2016

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When you go to Burger King, it’s generally for one reason — the food. Whether you’re a traditional Whopper lover or like to spice things up a bit with a Bacon & Cheese Whopper, or even if you’re just a fan of the fries, chances are that you’re not going to Burger King for its amenities. But, now there’s a Burger King in Finland that’s looking to shake things up significantly, by offering an in-house sauna.

Inside the Burger King sauna. Image courtest of Restel.
Inside the Burger King sauna. Image courtesy of Restel.

The next time you’re in Helsinki and in need of some relaxation, consider a visit to the Mannerheimintie Burger King, where you’ll find a pair of saunas. The first can accommodate up to 15 people, and the second can fit up to 10 people and also has a 48-inch TV. There’s also a media lounge in the restaurant that has an audio system, a 55-inch TV, Playstation 4 and showers.

You can rent the sauna for three hours for 250 euros.
You can rent the sauna for three hours for 250 euros.

Rates for renting the saunas start at 250 euros (~$283) for three hours. Keep in mind that if you choose to test it out, the reservation is binding, and Burger King is not responsible for refunding the rental price. To book your time slot, visit this website. The best part of all — you can order your Burger King meal and have it delivered to you in the sauna.

What do you think of this new service from Burger King? Are you likely to check it out on your next trip to Helsinki?

H/T: Fortune

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