Hotel F6 Helsinki
The resort is a two-minute walk in the Esplanadi park, lined with Finnish design stores and restaurants and leading down to the South Harbour with its ferries and market location. The Senate Square and landmark Lutheran Cathedral are within a five minute walk. Tram stops in Aleksanterinkatu are a five-minute stroll off, providing convenient connections across city, and the main rail station, with trains to the airport, is just five to ten minutes by cab. The hotel is quite central but gently tucked away at amount Fabianinkatu 6 — F6.
Style & personality
The resort sets a new benchmark for individual boutique hotels in Helsinki and Finland. The reception area, tastefully furnished and spacious, has an instantly breezy sense that places you at ease on birth within this converted authorities ministry building. It is only a shame that the outside patio area from the courtyard, decked out from Moroccan riad design, can not be appreciated through the lively Finnish winter.
Service & amenities
Aside from a basement fitness center, bikes for loan, along with the relaxing Runar pub, the resort doesn’t provide much in the way of amenities. But considerable compensation comes in the kind of the charming and accommodating personnel, members of which can be invited to “be” and communicate their particular understanding of and interest in Helsinki occasions. Easy-going, amiable support is your prosperous purpose of the resort.
I’ve seldom enjoyed a more serene and comfy night in Helsinki than once I remained here. A total of 66 rooms vary from Standard through Superior to Deluxe, however all of them have lavish beds, elegant hardwood flooring and furniture, silent air conditioning, irons and ironing boards, and bathrobes. You will find showers but no baths from the spotlessly tiled baths, outfitted with Rituals brand toiletries. Some rooms have been approached through the patio while others overlook the courtyard and also have French balconies, but are silent.
Food & beverage
Breakfast is ready and served at the breakfast area adjoining to the Runar pub; guests are welcome to sit down and eat at the pub’s lounge area. This is only one of the greatest offerings in the city, including freeze-dried berries, fish and cold cuts, fresh tomato and bread croissants, organic spices and salads nurtured in the patio greenhouse. The Runar pub is getting popular with the young hipster place but are welcome to sample a fantastic array of cocktails and wines that are organic. There’s not any restaurant for dinner or lunch, but a lot of great eateries are within a couple of minutes’ stroll and guests are encouraged to utilize the Walt delivery agency for in-room dining table.
Value for cash
Double rooms from $160 (#135) in low season; and out of $200 (#170) at large. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.
Accessibility for guests with disabilities?
There is a elevator and three accommodated rooms.
Families are welcome, as well as additional beds can be supplied at no additional charge.
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