Helsinki Hotels Finland
Helsinki Finland Hotels - Helsinki is a city by the sea that the world has come to love. As Finland’s capital city, it is very special and unique – and has a great deal to offer all of its various visitors. Because of this, while there are lots of hotels available, they tend to fill up very fast, so always plan far in advance for your trip, and make sure to take advantage of all discounts.
Hotel prices are expensive to moderate, however there are some bargain hotels available for the price-conscious traveler who plans in advance. Visitors to Helsinki have a wide selection of lodging options, from five star resorts to the budget conscious hotels.
Helsinki Finland is a vibrant and growing city – it’s a high tech and energetic metropolis that people around the world want to see and experience. Because of this, during peak season it is near impossible to find any available rooms – booking early is absolutely critical when visiting Helsinki.
When booking Helsinki hotel rooms, always be sure to check for website offers or other special rates or packages, and always ask what the best price is. The goal of each hotel is to fill up every room every night, so you may have some bargaining room.
Helsinki hotels offer a wide array of luxuries including Cable TV, Wi-Fi Internet, and at the five-star hotels you’ll even find wonderful health clubs and spas. However if you are coming to Helsinki to explore the city and don’t plan to spend much time at the hotel, two or three-star hotels would be your best option. Even these hotels will offer luxury and conveniences that will make your stay enjoyable
Klaus K. Hotel
Built in the 1950’s, this seven story building is a popular hotel for business travelers. This hotel is known for excellent staff and features bars, restaurants and a night club. You could spend a good portion of your vacation right at the hotel and have a great time. The rooms are spacious and comfortable, and best of all, the hotel is centrally located in Helsinki.
The Crowne Plaza Helsinki
The Crowne Plaza is a contemporary and classy hotel with a beautiful marble lobby and modern rooms that feature all of the conveniences of a luxury hotel. The hotel offers a spa, 2 bars, a health club, and 2 restaurants – one of which is a gourmet Maccu restaurant sure to please any palette.
Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu 23A
This budget hotel is similar to what are known as hostels in other countries. It is essentially a wonderfully affordable hotel in an area of the city with mostly high priced hotels. It is ideally located in the heart of the city and close to the train station. Rooms are moderate, standard rooms with a private bathroom and shower. There is even a restaurant available that serves excellent Finish and international dishes.
Hilton Helsinki Strand
John Stenbergin Ranta 4
The Hilton in Helsinki is an upper class modern hotel that is situated right on the water. It has a stunning atrium with plants and glass elevators. The rooms are wonderfully designed with hand-woven wall hangings and marble from Lapland. Half of the rooms provide beautiful views of the harbor. All rooms are spacious with medium-size bathrooms.
The Arthur is owned and operated by the YMCA, and it is named after the founder of the YMCA’s Finnish branch Arthur Hjelt. It was built in 1906 and expanded in 2006. It is extremely affordable. The 161 rooms are modern, comfortable and clean. The bathrooms are small, but the price is very right. If you just need a place to sleep while visiting Helsinki – this is the hotel for you.
Hotel Kamp is one of the most popular hotels among visitors from the U.S. and Japan. This hotel is also famous for visits from several famous politicians and rock stars. The hotel is behind a very ornate stone façade and overall it is quite grand. Featuring beautiful hardwood floors with polished stone, and with guestrooms that are beautifully decorated in 19th century décor.
The Martta is a smaller hotel with only 44 rooms, so it offers a cozy feel that most large hotels can’t offer, and the price is much more affordable. It is a very standard hotel with moderately decorated rooms with private bathrooms. Rather small, but comfortable. One additional perk is that there is a nice restaurant on the top floor that offers guests breakfast and lunch.
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