We stayed seven days at this wonderful hotel on the northern edge of central Helsinki, a ten-minute walk to the train station / centre of town. It sits in a beautiful location within a little peninsula into a bay, facing a park in a square. The rooms are modern, with large bathrooms and electrically adjustable beds. Front-desk staff were enthusiastic, helpful, friendly, and spoke excellent English. Internet was free. Breakfast offered huge variety of excellent food. The front lounge had Finnish beer on tap and a small snack and convenience shop. The hotel featured quirky Finnish design, including heart-shaped pillows on the bed, a fast punching bag mounted on the hotel room wall, and a Holstein cowhide covered couch in the lounge.
Transportation is half a block away, and the 615 bus runs directly to and from the airport (about 25 or 30 minutes).
At the time we stayed, in early July, the hotel was offering a discount for prepaid advance bookings which mean the room cost was 70 euros a night, including breakfast, a real bargain.
Tip: The Juttutupa restaurant next door offered a buffet hot lunch for ten euros, an excellent deal.
I can only highly recommend this hotel!More