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Scandic Grand Marina Helsinki, Finland

Scandic Grand Marina Helsinki, Finland

Scandic Grand Marina Helsinki


The principal regions of Helsinki’s center, such as the Market Square, small island ferry quays and beefy springs, the Helsinki Skywheel, the Uspensky Orthodox Cathedral, Senate Square and shopping malls are located within walking distance, though routine trams by a nearby stop simplicity the brief trip. Quirky art nouveau details abound from the surrounding residential area.

Style & personality

Of those 462 rooms, no two are equal. The rugged red brick façade, altered in the original layout by honored ancient 20th-century architect Lars Sonck, and vibrant art nouveau interior themes, together with its absolute size, differentiate the resort from a number of its more vibrant, more contemporary Scandi cousins. The resort was started following transformation in 1992 and has a significant conference center in a different old warehouse on the shore.

Service & amenities

An onsite hair salon, laundry room, fitness center, saunas, bike loan, a store open 24 hours, along with friendly desk personnel at a spacious reception area, well decorated with Finnish wildlife photographs, give the resort a self indulgent feel. Helsinki cards for vacationers and neighborhood maps are available for your seminar visitors, families and sports clubs typically in home in the Grand Marina.

Exercise center
Children’ club
Room support


The wide variety and design of rooms round the seven Engineered flooring make them difficult to categorise, but they vary from Single Market into the two-floor Presidential Suite. Tasteful, homely tones predominate in wall and fabrics colourings, and toilets are clean and modern. Minibars are supplied in most rooms, and tea- and – coffee-making centers are available on request for chambers in which they aren’t routinely provided. All rooms have cable tv with international channels.

Food & beverage

The resort boasts what’s reputed to be the longest outdoor summer bar patio in Finland. The Makasiini Restaurant includes Finnish and global components, including asparagus and Russian blinis in season, in addition to hamburgers and salads. For breakfast, a buffet spread is served again using Finnish elements like yummy Karelian pies.

Value for cash

Double rooms from #95 in low season; climbing to #125 at large. Breakfast included. Free Wi-Fi.

Accessibility for guests with disabilities?

The resort has eight wheelchair-accessible bedrooms and ground-floor toilets with disabled access.


Really, using a kids’ buffet, household rooms, welcome gift on arrival, hedgehog mascot, playroom and children’s activities like quiz walks and movies

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