What are the best business hotels in Helsinki?

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Violetta Teetor

If you’re looking for a hotel that is in the middle of the city, where you can walk out the door and shop, dine, wine and do business right on your doorstep, it has to be Hotel Kämp. Rooms are spacious and well-appointed with warm, white and beige colors to soothe you at the end of a hard day. Needless to say, WiFi is included in all rooms. The bar is old-world style with leather sofas and comfy chairs while still retaining its elegance. Brasserie Kämp allows you to sit "outside," with the glassed-in veranda that makes it possible for customers to bask in the sunshine or look out and wonder what the temperature is like in the winter. YuMe Restaurant will stun you with its incredible Asian fusion kitchen that makes no excuses for its hawkers and finger-food menu.

The magnificent architectural landmark of Katajanokka Island can be reached by bridge over a canal, and it has a hotel with some of the best facilities for congresses in Helsinki. It’s the Scandic Grand Marina Hotel and Congress Centre. Breakfast is always included in the price, and the bar and terrace have views overlooking the harbor. Be green, borrow a bike and cycle to work.

Just around the corner from the Central Railway Station, tucked into a side street stands the majestic Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel. Flop into your Magic Dreams bed, surf the net and tuck into a super breakfast buffet. Conference rooms can accommodate up to 400 guests but if it’s a smaller venue you require, the staff can make it happen. There’s a gym to keep up your fitness schedule and Kitzens Restaurant and 7-Blings Bar if you prefer a quiet night in.

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