Hostel Satakuntatalo is a budget accommodation located in the city centre, a short distance from the Market Square, the Helsinki Cathedral, an array of shops and cafés. This Helsinki hotel has communal kitchens and bathrooms, and provides an Internet hub and a food store. In the rooms of this dormitory-style lodging, personal refrigerators and telephones are available. One can enjoy the scene from the adjacent balcony.
Low-cost Hotelli Finn is great for backpackers and sightseers. It is situated near Stockmann's department store, the largest in Nordic countries. Also nearby is a swimming area where visitors can enjoy a sauna. Friendly staff welcome you to this family-run accommodation, where the essentials, including TVs, telephones, and toilets, can be found in the rooms.
A bit more pricey is the Sokos Hotel Helsinki, nestled between the Museum of Finnish Art and the Senate Square. Part of the largest hotel chain in Finland, it certainly lives up to expectations. Done in Scandinavian décor, visitors rave about its ideal location, immaculate rooms, and helpful staff. Partygoers will enjoy the Helsinki Club, which is open until four in the morning. Food-lovers will feel at home in the Memphis and Fransmanni restaurants.
Even if one can’t go on a nature tour of Finland, a stay in Helka Hotel will make up for it. Rooms are decked out Finnish style, with prints of scenes from the countryside. Built in 1928 and renovated in 2006, amenities include a sauna, library, café, parking, and laundry room. Complimentary breakfasts are provided, while Finnish delicacies can be ordered from the restaurant.
Perfect for a soothing retreat is Kokoushotelli Rantapuisto Oy, a Helsinki hotel bordered by fern trees. Beautiful panoramas can be observed while relaxing at the Seashore Sauna. Garden views are seen from the Dining Hall.