Klaus K Hotel
Bearing the stamp of Finland’s finest architectural and literary traditions combined with Nordic modernity, Hotel Klaus K is an extraordinary design hotel in the city centre of Helsinki, 400m from the main boulevard "Esplanadi". The late 19th-century landmark hotel was transformed in 2005 by award winning architects and designers and feature interiors inspired by the primary emotional elements (desire, passions, mystic, envy) of the Kalevala, Finland's national epic.
Luxurious rooms and suites come with airconditioning, signature beds and an LCD TV.
The hotel offers a popular night club, fitness centre, Italian restaurant, Finlandia vodka bar and a living room/lounge which serves an organic breakfast, coffee and cocktails.
• 137 rooms (15-50m2)
• Hotel opened: 2005
• Architecture: SARC Architects
• Interiors: Stylt Trampoli
• Bathroom amenities: Malin + Goetz
Public parking available at a location nearby (charge).
• tram stop in front (lines 3 and 6)
• Swedish Theatre: 150 metres
• Esplanadi: 400 metres
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