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Dating from 1833, this seurahuone (club room) was a meeting place for high society, where visiting officers, gentlemen and ladies came to stay, and a venue for concerts and dances in its ballroom. The building remains a classic, with period fittings and stately rooms in black and gold, many with views over Rautatientori. Unusually for Finland, there’s no sauna.
Located directly opposite Helsinki Central Station, Hotel Seurahuone’s elegant Art Nouveau building dates back to 1913. It offers charming interiors and modern rooms with LCD TVs and tea/coffee makers. At Hotel Seurahuone Helsinki, guests can choose their own pillow from a menu and make use of free WiFi access. With its fountain and glass dome roof, Bar Socis offers a stylish setting for a drink and a chat. Restaurant Le Havre, offers French-inspired brasserie cuisine in a casual environment. Seurahuone’s staff can help to book tickets for concerts and other cultural events. The Finnish National Theatre is just a 5-minute walk away.