HELSINKI BOUTIQUE HOTELS
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There are 10 boutique hotels in Helsinki. All of them are located in the center of the city, close to main sights and Central Station. All of them suit for a short stopover stay in Helsinki as well as for longer city breaks.
We've picked top 6 boutique and design hotels with elegant interiors, service provided and top rated guests reviews.
GLO Hotel Art Helsinki is a 4* hotel set in a 1900s Art Nouveau castle. Located 700m from Helsinki city centre, in a fashionable Design District.
Stylish and modern rooms with free WiFi: 13-39 sq.m for 1-3 persons.
Restaurant is located in the castle’s cellar.
Note: great value room price might be booked from Sunday to Monday with up to 49% discount.
It is a stylish small hotel with a lot of little touches in design. Located in the Helsinki downtown, in a quiet inner courtyard, next to the Esplanadi park and shopping streets. 10 min walk from Helsinki Central Station.
55 individually decorated rooms. 1 suite with a sauna, jacuzzi and a balcony with a view of the Helsinki rooftops.
Gym and sauna for a little fee available. WIFI is free.
Hotel Klaus K is a design hotel in Helsinki, 100m from the Esplanadi park and shopping streets. The hotel’s interiors are decorated with Finland’s national epic Kalevala and small details of Finnish folklore and mythology.
Soundproofed rooms. Few special ART rooms. Klaus K's Sky Lofts with access to sky terrace on the 7th floor with view over the rooftops of Helsinki. Free gym.
Hotel F6 is a family owned boutique hotel. Located just next to Esplanadi park and Aleksanterinkatu shopping street, in the Helsinki city center.
Hotel F6 is top-rated by travellers and highly valued for hotel's staff, location, unique style and atmosphere, nicely designed courtyard-patio.
Finnish home-style breakfast is served daily. Free gym. 4 free bicycles.
Hotel St. George is an elegant SPA hotel located next to the Old Church Park in Helsinki city centre. Hotel interiors are decorated with international and Finnish art collection.
Spacious rooms, luxurious beds, marble bathrooms. Suites with either a balcony or furnished terrace. Top floor rooms offer views of Helsinki city, Old Church Park or the Helsinki skyline.
Free SPA access for hotel guests: indoor pool, sauna and gym (16+). Pampering treatments available.
Hotel Haven - small luxury boutique hotel in Helsinki, next to the harbour and Market Square.
137 individual rooms with luxury beds, spa-style bathrooms. Suites with views of the Presidential Palace, the Market Place and the Uspenski Cathedral.
Elegant lobby with fireplace. Premium restaurant at the hotel with a view. Breakfast is set in the Sundmans building, the 2nd oldest stone building in Helsinki. Free gym. The covered inner courtyard.
This spring festival is a popular carnival that has traditionally been celebrated by workers and students. On the eve of May Day, students gather at the Market Square to wash the statue of Havis Amanda and place a student cap on her head.
The celebrations continue throughout the city. The following morning everyone gathers in Kaivopuisto Park and Ullanlinnanmäki for a picnic and more sparkling wine.
Parades and other events are also held around town.
The Helsinki Samba Carnival will fill the streets on Saturday, June 8, 2019. You can watch the Senate Square all day and the program starts at 14.00.
Route : Senate Square - Unioninkatu - Pohjoisesplanadi - Mannerheimintie - Aleksanterinkatu (up to Mikonkatu).
On Helsinki Day, Tuesday 12 June, the Pohjoisesplanadi boulevard that runs along the north side of Esplanade Park will be closed to traffic to make room for a 450-metre-long dinner table seating 1000 guests. A seat at the table can be booked free of charge, but guests have to provide their own buffets.
Helsinki will once again celebrate and entertain residents and visitors on its birthday, 12 June. Helsinki Day has become a city festival that offers lots to see and do for people of all ages.
The city centre will be filled with people, music and events, but Helsinki Day will also be celebrated outside the centre in the city's districts.
Craft Beer Helsinki is a craft beer festival that will be held in Helsinki Railway Square for the fourth time from 4th to 6th July 2019.
Dinner under the Finnish Sky – Everywhere, will be held in August, when everyone will be invited to set their own dinner tables outdoors and eat together by the sea and in the city’s streets, parks, courtyards and gardens.
The Helsinki Baltic Herring Market is one of the oldest ongoing event traditions in Finland, it has been held since 1743. Throughout the years, the Market has changed from a marketplace to a wider public event bringing together archipelago traditions and modern food culture.
The aim of the City of Helsinki is to hold on to the tradition, and to support the livelihood of fishers. A new focus will be placed on widening the scope of the event into a celebration for all citizens.