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There’s something pleasing about this warm and welcoming place a block off the main drag and cheerfully tucked between the convivial ambience of its own restaurant and bar...
A relief from the big, bland chain hotels, this place has style and superb facilities – every room has a private sauna, and most have jacuzzis and air-conditioning...
To get up close and personal with Olavinlinna Castle, this lakeside spot is the place to be: its impressive form looms just opposite. Offering five snug little nests in an outbuilding, this is one of Finland’s most charming hotels...
Bright, modern and optimistic, this inviting hotel sits in a group of renovated brick buildings, once a hospital. It’s close to town but the parkside location by the bubbling-bright stream makes it feel rural...
Among Finland’s most enchanting boutique hotels, this exquisite spot has lavishly decorated rooms, all individually designed in markedly different styles (the Africa room is really something to behold)...
Hotel Villa Maija
Built in 1888, this is the best villa accommodation. Faultlessly restored rooms are so gosh-darned cosy and packed with character that it’s difficult to prise yourself away...
Central, but in a quiet part without the bustle of the other designer hotels, this place hasn’t been open long but is getting everything right...
This giant sleek überhotel towers over the comings and goings in the new Kamppi Square. It stands out with its bright white corporate lines and sheets of anti-reflective glass, and offers the latest comforts at executive prices...
Hotel Klaus K
Boasting excellent service and extremely comfortable beds, this central, independent design hotel has a theme of Kalevala quotes throughout, and easy-on-the-eye space-conscious architecture...
By the river, this is the historic hotel of Rovaniemi. There are two grades of room (as well as lovely suites); the standards are comfortable, though a little stuffy in summer...
Holiday Inn Turku
Good central place that caters to a family crowd.
Hotel Green Star
This recently built low-energy hotel keeps environmental guilt at bay, with water heating rather than air-con blaring away and small communal areas to reduce heating...
Holiday Club Kuusamon Tropiikki
Six clicks north of Kuusamo centre, this hotel is built around a great-for-kids spa complex, whose fake palms make quite a contrast to the typically Finnish forest that surrounds the complex...
This art nouveau house is a genuine character – an eccentric aunt – right down to Jaakko, the parrot that squawks a welcome when you check in...
Hilton Helsinki Strand
As one of Finland's most expensive hotels, you'd expect it to impress on arrival. It does just that, from its quiet waterside location to its soaring lobby area...
Holiday Club Saariselkä
In the centre of the village, this spa hotel is most family-friendly and a good choice in winter or summer...
Santa's Hotel Tunturi
Lapland’s largest hotel, this complex sprawls across several buildings including the very appealing Gielas and the Dalmatian-like Paraspaikka but hasn’t lost sight of its roots as a solid old place with a warm welcome and excellent service...
Right by the major slopes in the centre of town, this huge complex aims to please everyone from conferencing execs to snowball-lobbing families, and largely succeeds, thanks to plenty of facilities and a wide variety of rooms, from standard Nordic pad...
High in a central city building, this small, friendly hotel was under gradual refurbishment when we last passed by...
Hellsten Helsinki Parliament
Hellsten Helsinki Parliament (Museokatu 18); Hellsten Helsinki Senate (Kauppiaankatu 5) A step up in style and comfort from many hotels, the apartments here have sleek modern furnishings, kitchenette, internet connections and cable TV...
Close to the harbour, there are six snug little mini-cabins that include breakfast by the water.
This grand and stylish hotel is one of the city’s finest, and a Helsinki emblem, whose history includes plenty of long, animated piss-ups as the likes of Sibelius and Gallen-Kallela thrashed out their ideas...