Hotels in Helsinki, Finland
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Hilton Helsinki Strand0.80 miles
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Dating back to the 16th century, Helsinki was founded as a busy trading port. Finland's capital city has a rich history, and today it boasts attractions, landmarks and a vibrant cultural scene. It's popular with tourists and locals alike for its modern vibes and pedestrian-friendly activities. From museums and cathedrals to cafes and public parks, there's something splendid around every corner. Whether you are visiting for a day, a week, or an extended vacation, we have the best hotels in Helsinki for your European adventures.
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Once the private garden of a Russian aristocrat and businessman, Sinebrychoff Park is an idyllic green space in the heart of the city. Known simply as "Koff Park," there are trails, picnic areas, shady trees and fountains to explore. The park is surrounded by great cafes and eateries that make enjoying a morning cup of coffee or lunch in the park a breeze. Another popular outdoor attraction is Suomenlinna, a UNESCO World Heritage site constructed in 1748. Found on an island just off the coast, it was originally named “Sveaborg” which means Castle of the Swedes and was built to thwart Russian advance. It was later renamed Suomenlinna or Castle of Finland in 1918 and is a charming, relaxing place to explore the fort, stroll along the quiet island shores and enjoy the area’s parks.
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Helsinki is known for its impressive museums and abundant art scene. Visit the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art to marvel at more than 8,000 works of art. Located on Mannerheimintie along with many other amazing museums, it’s part of the Finnish National Gallery and home to the gallery's contemporary art collection. Along Mannerheimintie, you’ll also find the National Museum, where exhibits showcase paintings, coins, medals, weapons and jewelry from prehistoric Finland through the Middle Ages and into the 20th century. Learn about traditional Finish folklore, traditions and lifestyles as well as the industrial evolution throughout Europe. Mannerheimintie boasts an array of fascinating places to tour, including the Helsinki Opera House, Hotel Marski and Tilkka.
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An iconic figure along the city’s skyline, Helsinki Cathedral is a stunning display of elegance and architecture. Built in the 19th century as a tribute to the Grand Duke of Finland, Czar Nicholas I, this massive church is located on Senate Square in the neighborhood of Kruununhaka next to the Bank Museum. The cathedral is a symbol of Helsinki and welcomes visitors to the city with towering columns and beautiful domed ceilings. Take a tour to see the opulent designs, impressive statues and gorgeous interiors.
While medieval castles and cathedrals are a sight to be seen, Helsinki is also known for its modern Nordic architecture. Our downtown hotels in Helsinki put you in the middle of the Töölönlahti area, a world-renowned destination for design buffs who can get up closed and personal with architecture like Finlandia Hall, Parliament House and Temppeliaukio Rock Church. After a full day exploring the city’s amazing buildings by foot, kick up your feet in our restful and relaxing rooms at the top hotels in Helsinki.
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