In May 1980 Torni was closed down for a complete renovation, and opened again in the autumn of 1981. During the renovation the adjoining property, the Kyllikki wing, was attached to Torni and furnished with 50 hotel rooms, a sauna department and the first Irish pub in Finland, O’Malley’s, together with its summer terrace.

The Irish word “craic” means bantering and having fun, usually over a pint and music that fits the mood. You can enjoy the craic in O’Malley’s with its malty scent and bubbly fun, where the typically lively and hearty Irish atmosphere is tangible.

The comprehensive range of beers is accompanied by delicious food, the best known being the pub’s classic Fish & Chips. The culture of the emerald island not only tastes but also sounds: pints are accompanied by Irish music and weekly jam sessions.

In O’Malley’s you’ll soon find yourself saying “let’s have another one” more than once.


The Cellar & Lounge Bar downstairs in O’Malley’s gives a good setting for many events, meetings and other gatherings. It holds a maximum of 50 people and is an excellent choice for relaxed private events.