HELSINKI CHEAP HOTELS
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Here is a list of selected Helsinki cheap hotels in a price range up to 90€ per night.
Cheap accommodation in Helsinki is mainly hostels and 2-3* hotels with limited facilities or out from the city center. Cheap rooms with up to 50% discount can be booked last minute or from Sunday to Monday.
More hotels in Helsinki for an affordable price:
|HOTEL:||STARS / STYLE:||PRICE FROM:|
|Omena Hotel Helsinki Lönnrotinkatu||3* / Basic and functional||69€|
|Hotel Finn||2* / Basic and functional||62€|
|Kongressikoti Hotel||2* / shared facilities||55€|
|AVA Hotel||3* / basic and functional||49€|
Forenom Hostel Vantaa Airport - modern hostel, 13 min walk of Helsinki-Vantaa Airport. Great value accommodation for layover in Helsinki.
Forenom Hostel is not a typical hostel. Only private rooms, no sharing rooms with strangers.
Free WiFi, free parking and keyless entry system. Self-catering rooms have a fridge, microwave and coffee maker. Shared bathroom facilities, communal kitchen.
Jumbo Shopping Centre and Flamingo Spa and aqua park is within 10 min drive. 40 min to the Helsinki city center.
Hotel Arthur 3* - reasonable priced hotel 350m from the Central Train Station. Central location, quality rooms and service, a large breakfast buffet included!. The metro station and tram stops are next to the hotel.
Rooms in different categories: standard single or double rooms, family rooms 3-5 persons, rooms for business guests, etc.
Free WiFi. Sauna for a fee.
Omena hotel city center is located 400m from Helsinki central station, next to Forum Shopping Centre. Basic and functional accommodation for 1-4 persons in a room.
Suitable for friend or family stay who prefer to spend more time outside and do not pay too much for the accommodation.
No staff hotel, fully automatised keyless entry system. Rooms with free WIFI, TV, fridge, microwave and tea/coffee making facilities.
GLO Hotel Art is a 4* hotel set in a 1900s Art Nouveau castle 700m from Helsinki city centre. This is not a cheap hotel, but last minute deals and special offers from Sunday to Monday might be with 49% discount and give a chance to experience luxury in a moderate price.
Stylish and modern rooms with free WiFi: 13-39 sq.m for 1-3 persons.
Restaurant is located in the castle’s cellar.
This central self-service Helsinki hotel is situated less than 850 metres from Helsinki Central Station and Kamppi Shopping Centre. It offers an easy keyless entry system and simple rooms and with free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, fridge and microwave. Basic décor and tea/coffee making facilities are included in each Omena Hotel Helsinki Lönnrotinkatu guest room. All have a private bathroom and seating area with a table. Vending machines and air conditioning are also featured at Omena Hotel Lönnrotinkatu. Guests can find several dining and entertainment options in the surroundings. Fredrikinkatu Tram Stop and Old Church Park are both about 2 minutes walk away.
Helsinki center 2* cheap hotel.5 min walk from Helsinki Central Station. Hotel is situated on the upper floors of a historical stone building.
Basic rooms for 1-4 persons with WiFi. Private bathroom with a shower. No breakfast at the hotel. No own parking.
Less than 200 metres from the Helsinki Cathedral, this central hotel is less than 5 minutes’ walk from Kaisaniemi Park. It provides free WiFi and a guest kitchen. A fridge and wardrobe are featured in each Kongressikoti Hotel room, all with shared bathroom facilities. Free coffee and cookies are available each morning. Guests can enjoy a communal balcony and a selection of magazines in the hallway. Kongressikoti’s fully equipped kitchen includes a cooker, microwave and tea/coffee maker. Helsinki Central Station, Makasiiniterminaali Ferry Terminal and Stockmann Department Store are all within a 12-minute walk of the hotel. Linnanmäki Amusement Park is 3 km away.
Situated in the quiet residential neighbourhood of Vallila, this property is a 10-minute drive to Helsinki’s city centre. Guests can enjoy free evening access to a sauna, modern gym and laundry room. On-site parking is also free. A flat-screen TV and twin beds are offered in all Hotel Ava rooms and apartments, along with a private bathroom. A communal kitchen with cooking hobs is also available. Apartments and studios also feature a kitchenette with a fridge, microwave and tea/coffee facilities. Guests can enjoy a daily breakfast buffet at an additional cost. Pre-ordered lunches and dinner are available for groups. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Ava Hotel has been awarded the EU Ecolabel for environmental awareness. The Mäkelänrinne Swim Centre is 5 minutes’ walk from Ava Hotel, while Helsinki-Vantaa Airport is only a 15-minute drive away.
There are some tips to find the best room rates in Helsinki.
1. Check last minute offers. Some hotels drop off the prices up to 60%.
2. Plan an overnight stay in Helsinki from Sunday to Monday. Even 4-5 stars centrally located hotels might be booked with a significant discounts up to 50% (less then 100€ night).
3. Choose a location. Hotels 3-12 km from the center has low rates. At the same time remote hotels have good transport connection to city or airport. Keep in mind the possible transport costs. Public transport fares in Helsinki are from €3.
4. Check hotel's facilities. Sauna in the hotel, free parking and included breakfast add a value to a hotel and become more profitable alternative to the cheapest hotels with a minimum services and comfort.
There are some tips to save money visiting Helsinki.
1. Check low-cost flights to Helsinki offered by Norwegian Air International, Vueling Airlines, easyJet or airBaltic.
2. To use public transport in Helsinki install HSL mobile ticket app. Single ticket in 2019 via app will cost 2,20€ vs 3,20€ from a bus.
3. Save on food by going out and having a buffet lunch offer (Lounas in Finnish). It is usually served between 11.30-14.00 in many cafe and restaurants. Price something about 9-15€ depending a place. Full meal, traditional Finnish street food, for a reasonable price can be found on the Market Square.
4. Free attractions in Helsinki worth visiting: The Helsinki City Museum and the Bank of Finland Museum are always free. Suomenlinna island - UNESCO World Heritage site - sea fortress and natural paths with sea views (no admission fee, only ferry return ticket for 5€). Kamppi Chapel of Silence, Helsinki Cathedral are free to visit.
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.