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Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Helsinki Finland

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Helsinki, Finland

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel


At a quiet side road only a five-minute walk in the stage serving trains in the primary railroad station to and from Helsinki Airport. The bus station in the station square is also the ending stop for airport buses. The Art Museum of the Ateneum is conveniently placed on precisely the exact same square, whereas the city’s most important shopping streets and malls, like the Esplanade, Aleksanterinkatu and Kamppi Centre, are inside a ten-minute walking radius, as is the Senate Square, Helsinki’s historical heart. Restaurants and pubs also line the eastern side of this square, three moments from reception.

Style & personality

Even though it heads the Radisson Blu Circle, the Plaza exudes individual atmosphere and style and is partially housed in the former headquarters of the combined society which still possesses the building that is recorded. The Art Deco particulars (like spectacular stained-glass dividers to one side of this restaurant region illustrating the foundation of this cooperative society), timber panelling from the chambers, and Nordic style components in the lounge and reception pay due homage to history and neighborhood cultural heritage, but that is one of Helsinki’s very professionally efficient and modern lodging. Keep an eye out for the lively white bubble and lamps seats by Finnish designer Eero Aarnio.

Service & amenities

Personnel in all sections, from the concierge to the merry top-hatted doorman and out of receptionists to waiters, give every impression of being encouraged to provide educated, relaxed and capable support. The roomy reception area is stocked with papers and board games, and the resort has a fitness room, guest saunas, bikes for student loan and Nordic walking sticks.

Exercise center
Room support


Beds in all chambers are produced from precisely the exact same substance as NASA space suits, so they’re made to cushion the toughest daily blows that have a fantastic night’s sleep, improved by sound-sealed windows. Clean and tasteful Nordic lines dominate, counter by darker wooden panelling which makes due historic reference to the prior business role of the construction. All rooms have airconditioning and comprise kettles with coffee and tea, irons and ironing boards and liberally stocked minibars. Touch-screen mood-lighting controllers are a wonderful feature, even though they require a little time to learn, as are Bluetooth connections involving guest apparatus and TVs. From the suites there’s a TV inserted from the restroom mirror. Another contemporary touch is that the ‘traffic lighting’ room number on the ground out every door — green for ‘welcome’, red for ‘don’t disturb’. All of white-tiled baths have showers; a few also have bathrooms. There are no balconies but chambers on a single corner provide views throughout the railway station square.

Food & beverage

The Plaza restaurant is at the central field of the wing, on the website of the erstwhile combined society exhibition hall, surrounded by ancient columns. Regardless of this marginally lofty place, a feeling of intimacy prevails for tables. The second-floor gallery would be your company lounge extension into the restaurant to get much more secluded dinner and breakfast dining table. Breakfast is made up of hearty buffet of breads, smoothies, fruit, cold cuts, sandwiches and sandwiches, using another free-of-charge omelet menu. The dinner menu has a lot of local references such as white fish, Arctic char and duck. The lobby bar is open around the clock (alcohol revenue limited between 3 am and 9 am.) And also serves sandwiches and snacks. There’s a second pub close to the station square entry, popular with walk in clients in addition to residents.

Value for cash

Double rooms from $149 (#130) in low season; and out of $329 (#288) at large. Breakfast usually included, differently billed at $25 (#22). Free Wi-Fi.

Accessibility for guests with disabilities?

The Plaza includes six rooms especially fitted and made for handicapped guests, the main entry has good wheelchair accessibility, and lifts are likewise convenient.


Kids and families are all welcome, using 24 interconnecting rooms, free Automobiles, and additional bedrooms for $20 (#18) per night.

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