Omena Hotels in the centre of Helsinki
There are two Omena Hotels in Helsinki, both in the city centre. Choose which Omena you want to stay in. One Omena is on Yrjönkatu, next to Kamppi and Forum, close to the main railway station. Despite being this central, the hotel is in a peaceful location at the end of a small side street. The other Omena can be found on Lönnrotinkatu, in the Design District, next to the park of the Old Church. Along the street where you can find some great restaurants, art galleries and fashionable boutiques. And the sea can be found at the other end of this street.
Omena Hotel Helsinki, Lönnrotinkatu
The second Omena Hotel in Helsinki is quite near, on the street of Lönnrotinkatu. At the Lönnrotinkatu Omena you’re in the Design district, near art galleries and fashionable boutiques and many of the coolest restaurants in the city.
Omena Hotel Helsinki, Yrjönkatu
The second Omena Hotel in Helsinki is quite near, on the street of Yrjönkatu, in Kamppi. At the Yrjönkatu Omena you’re in the heart of the city, but away from the hustle and bustle, along a small square where you’ll have a good night’s rest.
Amenities in our rooms
- Free WIFI
- Tea and coffee
Helsinki, the pearl of the Baltic Sea
There is a special spark in Helsinki, the pearl of the Baltic Sea. Some of the most popular sights are the Kiasma museum of modern art, the national gallery of Ateneum and the family favourites: Linnanmäki amusement park and Korkeasaari Zoo. And don’t forget the steps to be seen at, the steps of the Helsinki Cathedral were Helsinki people gather to people-gaze and have a snack.
Linnanmäki amusement park is the place to visit during the summer. Are you game to try the wooden rollercoaster dating back to 1951?
When in Helsinki you should definitely walk through the Esplanade park, where the local gather on sunny summer days for picnics and casual drinks. At the other end you will find Market square and the Old foodmarket and behind the square the Helsinki SkyWheel, on top of which you will see the whole city and the islands. At the base of the Skywheel there are the Allas See Pools, where you can have a swim in either a heated or natural temperature pools. And you can’t say you’ve been to Finland if you haven’t been to a sauna. Allas Sea Pool is a great place to try one!
In Helsinki for work?
Our best tips for a work trip: peace to work is to be found in your own hotel room, but there are also many nice cafes nearby if you want some background noise. And there are bars for a quick bite around the corner or you can get a snack of your own choice at the small supermarket downstairs Forum shopping centre. There’s a minibar, a microwave oven and a kettle in your own room.