Finding an ideal hotel in Helsinki does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Finlandia Park Hotel Helsinki, a nice option for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer a minibar, and Finlandia Park Hotel Helsinki makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While staying at Finlandia Park Hotel Helsinki, visitors can check out Talvipuutarha (2.2 mi) and Kallio Church (2.3 mi), some of Helsinki's top attractions.
Helsinki has plenty of wine bars. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Wino, Carelia Brasserie, and Kombo Winebar & Kitchen, which are serving up some great dishes.
Helsinki is also known for some great architectural buildings, including Rock Church, The National Library of Finland, and Johannes Church, which are not too far from Finlandia Park Hotel Helsinki.
Finlandia Park Hotel Helsinki puts the best of Helsinki at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
-The hallways /Stairways had no lights. - cant use stairs during night -Kids served in the kitchen. -posted signs : claim you pay fines if use stairways at night. - locked into hallway - strange place
This hotel is in the quiet neighbourhood of Käpylä, famed for its delightful wooden houses and green living space, which is in contrast to much of the rest of Helsinki’s concrete city dwellings. The area is lacking in eateries - Fins eat early and kitchens are shut by 8-9pm, except in centre - but even so the choice is limited. The hotel is walkable from Käpylä/Kottby station. Train to and from airport easy and costs under €5/person. Hotel is clean, which is a big tick. Beyond that, it’s not really great in any way. The lobby is dull and generally unwelcoming. The rooms are very basic, power sockets in awkward places. Some pictures on the walls/a headboard/anything would break up the cell-like styling (underfloor heating in bathroom was welcome). The breakfast was fine. The pool and sauna are only available to residents during breakfast hours... The restaurant was closed in the evenings. There is a small bar. There’s an Alepa (grocery chain) store across the road, with a cash point. The tram stop is right next to the hotel, with a ticket machine. Can’t buy tickets on the tram. Can pay on the bus. Both cost a couple of Euros per trip. We were advised that the tram doesn’t go the way we needed (towards centre). There is a bus, but timing-wise it was taxis only for us — and taxis are expensive in Helsinki. Hotels are expensive in Helsinki also, and this is a compromise, but it’s a compromise too far for me. …
The hotel definitely looked better online than in real life. The entrance hall was quite bland, the room was decorated very conservatively, and the elevator is tiny. The room itself was very small too, and the bathroom was even smaller. There was a hole in the door of the bathroom, like someone punched through it, and the toilet seat fell over as you sat on it. This is a good cheap hotel but not an average one where you pay the price I did. There are saunas but they are divided by gender so if you go with a group you have to hire a separate one I believe. There is nice breakfast and a gym and the staff is quite friendly. It’s located kind of outside Helsinki or at least distant from the centre. I think there are better hotels definitely you could sleep in at the same price. …
The hotel was close to Kottby station, which was about a 15-minute walk away. This station is 2 stops away from Helsinki Main station. The room was of average space, cleaned daily and also accessible via a lift. Soap, towels and shower gel were provided daily. There is a kettle in the room, with coffee, sugar, and tea provided. There is no fridge in the room. There is a convenient store across the road for added convenience. The trams also stop across the hotel. There is a spa room and pool in the basement of the hotel. It was easy to take the train from the station close to the hotel to Helsinki city centre and to the airport. Breakfast was good, but it was the same food every day. No water is provided in the room.
Close to the protected Wooden Käpylä garden suburb and the nature. Tram to city centre just around the corner and train to the airport within 500 meters. Small but convenient room with a desk, small bathroom.
Friendly staff, clean rooms and a nice Beergarden. Typical finnish breakfast and coffee. Decent prices! My recommandation! It is not situated in the city center but the tram station is nearby. A supermarket is opposite of the hotel.
Our family (2 adults and 2 children) stayed one night at the hotel. Hotel is quite old and need updating. We did not need much service but that was ok. The room was big enough for us, we had four beds but not needed them all. The room there is electric kettle and minibar. Bathroom was small and was left in the 80´s. We found the dust in the box that was under the bed (of course children had to open it) and did not move anything else in the room. Breakfast was ok, no bacon on that morning but we did not need it. We did not see sweet pastries, they would have been good with coffee. In the hotel there is saunas and swimming pool. Guests can use them only in the morning, not in the evening. But you can rent sauna if you want. Even if hotel neet updating it was good enough for us. Tram stop right the other side the street and grocery too. Free parking in the street.…
Me and my wife wanted to stay for a night after blues concert in Icehall. Booked it very early. Arrived by streetcar, it was pleasant ride. We were given large room. I was surprised to read about tiny rooms. Ours was really large, meant for three. We knew that breakfast wasn't worth its price and had all food with us. Used kettle only. Beds were comfy, sleeping quality superb. Shower was good, I give extra point to morning sauna, it was really great and energy- giving. Käpylä, district the hotel is situated, is interesting with its well preserved workers houses and backyards.
The hotel is located at a convenient distance from Pasila train station which is on the circle train line coming from Vaanta Airport. One can walk from the train station to the hotel in around 20 minutes. Alternatively, it is possible to use buses or take tram number 1 which literally stops in front of the hotel. The staff is good, polite, and welcoming and the rooms, though rather old, are clean and spacious. The hotel offers normal buffet breakfast, but sometimes refilling coffee pots or fried eggs containers are forgotten! Generally, better visit the restaurant early for breakfast. The hotel is specially recommended for those who want to visit Hartwall Arena for a concert or similar cultural events.
Finlandia Park Hotel Good service, clean and guite, way too soft beds, about 5km from city center. We had bike rentel from bicyclean a nice way to come around and return to the hotel. First we got a small room next to the roundabout, very noisy no hazzel to change room. Did’nt eat the breakfast looked a littel poor compared to the money.