Hotel Klaus K

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Following a complete make-over, combining the site's traditional hospitality with a modern and fun design, the Hotel Klaus Kurki gave a spin on its name to signify its evolution. 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.

The state-of-the-art event center consists of a fin-de-siècle ballroom for up to 120 people, as well as a smaller meeting room. 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. It is all there at the Klaus K, a hotel with a soul and story, waiting for you to discover it and all its riches.



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Hotel Klaus K
Bulevardi 2-4
Helsinki 00120

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990 800 37 46 83 57

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