Helsinki-hotels

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GLO Hotel Art - Helsinki, Finland

Located in the center of Helsinki Design District, GLO Hotel Art lies in a 1900 Art Nouveau castle and boasts 171 modern rooms, world-class meeting facilities, and an atmospheric cellar restaurant focusing on Nordic cuisine. Accommodation comes in various categories, but all units feature stylish designer furniture, sleek bathrooms, and all sorts of contemporary amenities. The characterful hotel retains many of the original architectural features, including the gorgeous vaulted lobby, a charming old-fashioned fireplace, and an ancient decorative stairway.

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Helsinki, Finland is known for its beautiful cathedrals with impressive architecture. When visiting this place, make sure that you make a stop to the Lutheran Cathedral, a church that built in the 1830s and continues to be a famous city landmark, most notable for its domes; and the Gothic revival church of St. John, the largest stone church in the country. Perhaps one of the most unique churches in the world is The Church in the Rock or Temppeliaukio Kirkko, which was literally made out of stone. Lots of affordable Helsinki hotels are always available, so finding great deals won’t be a problem!

The Vaakuna Hotel (now a days Sokos Hotel Vaakuna), Helsinki, Finland, 1947-1952. View from the top floor restaurant lobby with partially original interior. Architect Erkki Huttunen, lighting design by Paavo Tynell. / Instagram