Hotel Kämp Helsinki
The Kämp is on the north side of the Esplanadi park, a green strip running down into the South Harbour and Market Square lined with tasteful Finnish design stores (Marimekko fabrics and clothing, Iittala glassware and kitchenware). The Senate Square and Lutheran and Orthodox cathedrals, the Ateneum Art Museum, the Stockmann department store and Aleksanterinkatu shopping road, served by regular trams carrying you all across town, are all simple short walks out of the primary doorway. The primary Railway Station is a 10-minute walk off.
Style & personality
The preserved initial classical style is the thing that distinguishes the resort. The Kämp is flanked by elegant marble columns, a glittering Mirror Room for weddings and other purposes, and a real 19th-century ambience with 21st-century room fittings along with a choice in the Imprimo collection of Finnish modern graphic artwork in rooms and public places.
Service & amenities
Facilities at the hotel itself, aside from great restaurants and bars, include a spa with massage, fitness center and three saunas (steam, Turkish hammam and Finnish). Staff go out of their way to discuss local knowledge, nevertheless, and the lodging will advise about purchasing, bookings for neighborhood events and transportation. Meetings and occasions are all catered for and the resort has seven well-equipped meeting rooms, along with the Mirror Room, for up to 150 individuals.
All rooms are lavish and beautifully fitted with tasteful furniture, mixing the classical motif with new modernity. Marble bathrooms have both bath and shower. Space ranges differ from Deluxe via Executive to Suite. Three Junior Suites emphasise love, the Kämp Suite is comparable with separate lounge and bedroom areas, the Executive Suite has its own sauna, as does the expansive Presidential Mannerheim Suite that includes its own kitchen and office areas.
Food & beverage
The Brasserie Kämp is your restaurant, which will be open daily for buffet breakfast including fresh croissants, breads, cold cuts and juices. There is also all-day dinner and dining on offer, in addition to a favorite Sunday brunch. Its glass-walled patio is a great location for people-watching on the active Esplanadi. The restaurant’s strategy would be to nurture a serene, non-exclusive ambience using an excellent menu. Another restaurant, Yume, provides ‘Asian meals with a Californian twist’, such as hot-stone poultry, beef, lettuce and lettuce. The tasteful Kämp Bar spreads out on a sidewalk terrace in summertime, while the discreet Upper Lounge is appropriate to company meetings and silent pre-dinner beverages.
Value for cash
Dual Deluxe rooms from #265 in low season; climbing to #1,010 at large. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.
Accessibility for guests with disabilities?
First choice for family stays, although an excess bed may be added to every space and connecting rooms are available.
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