If you'd like to spend your trip to Helsinki in an economical way, select a hotel among 15 budget-friendly deals, such as Omena Hotel Helsinki Lonnrotinkatu or Forenom Aparthotel Helsinki Kamppi. You'll be less than 900 feet from Prisoner-of-war camp memorial if you stay at Hostel Suomenlinna, which can also save your pocket. Essexhome Apartments and Gella Serviced Apartment Pitajanmaki offer affordable apartment rates in the heart of Eteläinen Suurpiiri district.
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Travelers wishing to be ready for an early flight have several accommodation options near Vantaa airport, including Scandic Helsinki Aviapolis or Forenom Hostel Vantaa Airport. Radisson Blu Plaza Helsinki is 5 minutes on foot from Rautatientori subway station and offers a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a patio. If you would like to stay in a hotel near Helsinki Central railroad station, think of 4-star Solo Sokos Torni and Kongressikoti Hotel.
Convenience of staying in the city center
If you are traveling to Helsinki, consider hotels in the very heart of the city center such as Radisson Blu Royal Helsinki and Hotel Fabian. A cheaper option in the center is Both Helsinki, which comes at 80US$ per night. Those looking to spend some time in Koillinen Suurpiiri district should head to Avion, which is close to Risteyspaikka Seurakunta.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Luxury seekers might opt for a stay at Scandic Meilahti, a 4-star hotel with a sauna, a golf course and a Jacuzzi. In Helsinki, Keskinen Suurpiiri district is home to several hotels including the 4-star Scandic Park, a distinctive boutique hotel. Chain hotels include the 4-star Klaus K, with fantastic features including a tennis court, a sauna and a health club.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
If you are visiting Helsinki with their families, book an apartment next to Yrjonkadun Swimming Hall, such as Kotimaailma Apartments Helsinki and Private Apartments. If you are looking for a B&B in Helsinki, Lomakoti is a valid option in Koillinen Suurpiiri district not far from Hakalanniemi. If you're visiting Helsinki with your family and are interested in kid-friendly activities, pick Hotel Anna near Helsinki Music Centre. Cheapsleep Hostel will place you next to the beach and within close proximity of S-market Vallila about 1750 feet from Helsinki city center.
Helsinki is a city of contrasts. The Finnish capital differs from other cities with a distinct cosmopolitan image that reflects the interaction of Eastern and Western cultures. Meanwhile its' climate also shapes Helsinki's identity in winter you may wonder whether the city is inhabited, while summer brings a tourist boom.
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However, it is not just warm weather that lures visitors to the city - it is a city known for its architecture and culture vultures can book Helsinki hotel accommodation a stone's throw from its' sights with Booked.net.
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Founded as a trade hub, Helsinki was later occupied by Russian forces. Today the city reflects the influence of those occupiers. For example, the city's architecture is similar to the style of buildings in the Russian city of St Petersburg. Examples include Sederholm House, Temppeliaukio Church and Sibelius Monument.
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Helsinki is also renowned for its Art Nouveau buildings, designed in the early 1900s.
Examples of Helsinki's Art Nouveau style include;
- Residential areas such as Katajanokka and Ullanlinna.
- And the architectural masterpiece, the Helsinki central railway station, designed by master of Finnish Art Nouveau Eliel Saarinen.
Helsinki also features buildings by the world-renowned Finnish architect Alvar Aaalto - loved or hated - Aalto's buildings, such as Finlandia Hall still spark debate amongst Helsinki's inhabitants.
Reflecting its trade route heritage the harbor is at the heart of the city. And tourists gather to experience the spectacular array of ships and liners that enter the port daily.
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