Sokos Hotel Torni
AddressYrjönkatu 26 HelsinkiSee nearby area
- 09 020-123-4604
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Lonely Planet review
In 1931 this building became Finland’s Empire State Building and although no longer the country’s tallest edifice, it still boasts excellent views, especially from its Ateljee Bar. Today rooms have been stylishly renovated in keeping with the historic feel in art deco and nouveau styles, though modern rooms in rich red and black have hip decor.
You pay a little extra for rooms with views, but they’re worth it. Still a great Helsinki address.
Our independent authors have visited Sokos Hotel Torni and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Helsinki.
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