Alloggiato in un edificio del tardo diciannovesimo secolo nel centro della città di Helsinki, Klaus K è un hotel riservato e contemporaneo ispirato ai contrasti del poema epico finlandese Kalevala. Ognuna delle 137 stanze riflette uno dei temi emotivi del poema, come il misticismo, la passione, il desiderio o perfino l'invidia.
In linea con l'idea generale, il Klaus K Hotel offre un'ampia gamma di cibo e bevante, adattandosi all'umore dei suoi ospiti. I suoi due ristoranti sono in contrasto nello stile, dal moderno e chic al casual. Ci si può fermare al bar sulla strada per un veloce drink oppure ci si può accomodare per un aperitivo senza fretta.Lo Spa di Helsinki offre il lusso di un trattamento olistico al corpo, oppure è possibile immergersi nella vita notturna del club interno.
Klaus K è situato in un edificio d'epoca romantica, vicino al Parco Esplanadi. A meno di un chilometro di distanza si trovano il porto per le navi da crocera e la stazione dei treni, mentre l'aereoporto dista 20 chilometri dall'hotel.
Klaus K Hotel
00120 Helsinki (Finland)
Housed in a late 19th-century building in Helsinki's city center, Klaus K is a personal, contemporary hotel inspired by the contrasts of Finland's national Kalevala epic. Each of the hotel's 137 rooms reflects one of the epic's emotional themes, such as mysticism, passion, desire, or even envy.
In line with the overall concept, the Klaus K offers a wide array of upscale food and drink opportunities, fitting its guests' specific moods. Their two restaurants are contrasting in style, from modern and chic to comfortably casual. Stop in at the street bar for a quick drink or settle into the champagne bar for a more leisurely aperitif. The Helsinki Day Spa offers indulgence with holistic body treatments, or immerse yourself in the nightlife at the in-house club.
Klaus K is set in a national romantic era building, at the top of the Esplanade on the tree lined street Bulevardi. Cruise ship harbors/train station less than 1km away. Helsinki airport is less than 20km from the hotel
Klaus K Hotel
00120 Helsinki (Finland)
Commento di GUEST on 2012-04-20 18:55:03
Sanjoo, I like name Jungle juice . For me it brings nfelieg juices there are real energetic bombs , full of power like life in the jungle! I know name Forest juice can be more proper to Finland, but it wouldn't convince me to buy juice. If I am in Helsinki and starting new exciting travel, I would be exciting and idea of drinking one nice jungle juice would only make that nice nfelieg bigger. If I see name forest juice , I wouldn't feel the same way, I would expect it is some mild and calming drink, bringing tranquility of forest.Related to idea of mobile shop of juices etc. in transit area, I also like it very much. Still, I don't think airports worldwide would be very ready to accept it, not at all. This idea and some other ideas in these QH's blogs and comments on it are all ask one thing: please, more LIFE in airports, especially in transit area (and in gray corridors)!! Bring magical street from this nice place I am leaving now here, near my boarding gate, I want to feel beauty and life of this city till my very departure! Still, it is somehow contrary with traditional idea that these areas must be safe (especially), clean (sometimes also big). Airports are not train stations, and no matter I would like to feel the same atmosphere in airport, it is not possible, staff in airports and in train stations haven't the same ideas. Obviously, it is job waiting for airports to do, to make airports closer (in brightness and excitement of life) to city streets. Still, some balance must be made here, so this element is present more then today, and airports are still safe and clean. We can have easy visible drawing places for walking, for mobile shops, for events (fashion events, various presentation etc, etc.), it is not impossible job, very much of it is already made very nice in airports. We must do more related to it, bring more life and also allow safety and order in airports and especially in transit zones.