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ho­tel kämp Those in­fat­u­ated with old-world charm should look no fur­ther than Ho­tel Kämp, a cul­tural land­mark built in 1887. Over­look­ing Es­planadi, it’s been a mag­net for Fin­land’s lead­ing artists, rul­ing elite and in­tel­li­gentsia through­out its life. The il­lus­tri­ous Man­ner­heim Suite boasts 2,800 square feet of lux­ury.

ho­tel Lilla roberts Sit­u­ated in a for­mer power plant that sup­plied elec­tric­ity to the city cen­tre for much of the 20th cen­tury, the 130-room Lilla Roberts is a stone’s throw from the De­sign Dis­trict. Its stylish ac­com­mo­da­tion is plush and so­phis­ti­cated, in­spired by the art deco move­ment, and seam­lessly mar­ries lux­ury and moder­nity.

klaus k ho­tel Pay no heed to the unas­sum­ing en­trance. Inside, a fresh and stylish ap­proach to de­sign makes this cen­tral ho­tel, named af­ter a char­ac­ter in Finnish folk­lore, a cul­tur­ally vi­brant ex­pe­ri­ence. The in­te­rior de­sign ex­presses the four emo­tional themes—mys­ti­cal, pas­sion, de­sire and envy—of the dra­matic folk leg­end.

ho­tel haven With mod­ern in­te­ri­ors and her­itagein­spired fur­nish­ings, this lux­ury 77-room bou­tique ho­tel be­side Mar­ket Square is a per­fect home away from home. Bar Haven en­tices with an im­pres­sive range of cham­pagne, rum and whisky be­fore a visit to the ho­tel’s Havis Restau­rant for gourmet Finnish cui­sine.

scan­dic Grand ma­rina In­dus­trial chic is the name of the game. De­lec­ta­ble touches of art nou­veau con­trast with ex­posed red brick walls in this for­mer ware­house from the early 20th cen­tury next to Uspen­ski Cathe­dral and the Helsinki Sky­wheel.

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