Accommodation, Hotels, Helsinki
Hotel Linna, Helsinki
wellComing Hotel Linna, Helsinki
The name says it all. “Linna” in Finnish meaning “chateau” offering you the feeling of residing in a Chateau in the middle of Helsinki and counts as one of the most unique hotels in town. The carefully designed rooms are equipped with all modern commodities. It is entirely in a league of its own treating its customers like royalty.
Hotel GLO, Helsinki
wellComing, Hotel GLO, Helsinki
GLO is situated in the centre of Helsinki at a spot which is pivotal for the culture, history, and economy in the city. The hotel has a direct entrance to the first-class shopping centre Kämp Galleria. GLO is the epitome of what you would call a modern and urban lifestyle hotel. The most important idea behind the hotel is customising the stay at the hotel to meet the needs of each individual guest.
All of the hotel’s 144 bedrooms include Flat Panel TV, wide range of international TV Channels, Wireless Internet Connection, Minibar and a unique atmosphere created by music and lights.
Hotel Kämp, Helsinki
wellComing, Hotel Kämp, Helsinki
In November 1887, restaurateur Carl Kämp made a dream come true. The Hotel Kämp was born, offering a country on the threshold of independence a taste of great European cities, luxury and refinement like nowhere else, a level of service hard to imagine. The Hotel Kämp became an integral part of Finnish history, blending eastern and western Europe with art, politics and business life.
Today, after faithful restoration, the Hotel Kämp takes its place once again in the heart of Helsinki – as genuine and elegant as in the past – an experience to delight all the senses. The hotel has been selected as one of the 100 best hotels in the world.
Hotel Helka, Helsinki
wellComing Hotel Helka, Helsinki
Hotel Helka is a privately owned hotel in the heart of Helsinki surrounded by services and sights of the capital of Finland. At the end of year 2008 YWCA building has been in Pohjoinen Rautatiekatu for 80 years, has seen many interesting periods and is expecting to see many more in future
The building – drawn by architect Wivi Lönn in 1928 – has gone through major inner transformation during the year 2006. All rooms, public areas and restaurants were renovated.
Totally new concept was developed for Hotel Helka – inspired by Finnish Design and Finnish nature. This theme can be experienced everywhere – in furnishing, service and music. The idea is to offer the guests a unique and memorable hotel experience, different from typical hotel chain products.