Klaus K Helsinki
Klaus K is a very nice boutique/design hotel in city of Helsinki with a brand new lounge and with very nice newly refurbished rooms.
Kamp Hotel Helsinki
At Hotel Kamp, experience the luxury of timeless elegance and European glamour. In the spacious hotel rooms of the most luxurious hotel in Helsinki, enjoy your stay whether you're on a business trip or vacation. Over the years, Hotel Kamp has accommodated royals and heads of state, as well as world-class international artists. Kamp milieu tells numerous stories of love, unforgettable moments and happenings in Finland's history.
Hotel Katajanokka Helsinki
Winner of 'World Luxury Hotel award 2016', this hotel is one of kind and suitable for travellers who want to experience something different. The standard of the rooms and services are good and also location close to city centre but still in peaceful surroundings close to the sea.
Cumulus City Kallio Helsinki
This hotel is very good value for money. It is located slightly outside but the city of Helsinki is really easily accessible.
Cumulus City Kaisaniemi Helsin Helsinki
This great newly renovated hotel offer fantastic accomodation right in the heart of Helsinki. The hotel is designed in light colours making it feel very airy and spacious. Helsinki Cathedral is only a short distance away and Kaisaniemi metro station is 50 meters from the hotel.
Hotel Seurahuone Helsinki is a high class, tasteful business hotel in the heart of Helsinki. Historically over 170 years old Seurahuone is one of the most traditional hotels in Finland, and can be considered even internationally a state of the art hotel. This hotel is a good choice for the individual traveller due to the traditional ambiance of the hotel and its perfect central location. There are no fitness facilities however tickets to Motivus fitness center are available at special price at the reception.
This hotel's main selling points are its excellent location and friendly staff. Recommended!
Hotel Rantapuisto Helsinki
This is an excellent choice for travellers who want to stay bit outside the city centre in a beautiful natural surrounding but still in easy reach to the city centre. Car parking is complimentary for all guests.
Cumulus City Hakaniemi Helsink Helsinki
This new modern hotel includes a lobby bar, a breakfast restaurant, a mini-gym and two saunas. A brand new hotel ideal to explore the city of Helsinki.
Hotel Lilla Roberts Helsinki
Hotel Lilla Roberts is a truly elegant hotel, wonderfully mixing art deco and modern Finnish design. It opened up its doors 2016 and one of the most charming hotels in the city. It is located between Helsinki's busiest business district and the most prestigious residental area. Perfect home away from home!
Stay at the heart of Helsinki
Helsinki is the capital city of Finland and normally the first port of call for all travellers. It is an energetic blend of old world charm and modern sophistication, showcasing some of the world's best in the areas of food and design. Helsinki is compact and easy to traverse with wide boulevards lined with both ultra modern and Art Nouveau architectural beauty.
A stay in the heart of the Helsinki will have you choosing from a plethora of star rated hotels, but that doesn't mean breaking the bank on accommodation. There are a handful of mid-range options, including the Best Western Plus Hotel Haaga. It is just a short stroll from Central Park and within minutes to the Forum Shopping Centre, Finnish National Gallery and National Museum.
Make the most of the Market Square
A trip to Helsinki wouldn't be complete without visiting the Market Square. This bustling epicentre hosts year round markets with vendors selling everything from fresh produce to handcrafted souvenirs. It is also the gateway to historic Suomenlinna. This World Heritage-listed sea fortress features ruins dating back to 1748 and informative museums detailing the island's history.
Staying within close proximity to the Market Square will help you get the most out of this vibrant Helsinki attraction. There is a great selection of hotels available within walking distance. This includes the likes of the Klaus K Hotel – a unique design hotel with Kalevala-inspired rooms. There are also a handful of boutique hotels providing mid-range pricing and quality service.
Helsinki on a budget
Helsinki has a reputation for being a bit tough on the pocket, but it doesn't have to be. Doing a bit of research can pay off in terms of securing more economical accommodation. There are a number of centrally located hostels and guesthouses with budget rates, offering easy access to the best of the city's attractions.
The Help Hostel and Hostel Erottajanpuisto are within walking distance to the city centre, providing clean accommodation with friendly service and lower costs. For families or larger groups, the Rastila Log Cottages are worth looking into. These self-contained cabins are further from the city, but are positioned close to the Metro for quick access to Helsinki.