Stayed one night at Klaus K, and first must state that we had the basic twin room. The room size is relatively small compared to other hotels in Helsinki. Special note on the size of the TV and BED - both very small. I checked that if you upgrade, you get better sizes, but for 139 € (weekend, one night) I would have expected a bit more. The room was indeed personally furnished, but perhaps for a little acquired taste. Breakfast is also a bit different - but not necessarily in a bad way. Most of the products are organic and all Finnish local production, so thumbs up for that. The breakfast room (restaurant Ilmatar) is rather small, so there might be some waiting during the busiest hours. Free glass of sparkling wine at check-in was a nice - and very un-Finnish - surprise.
- Also Known As:
- Klaus k Helsinki
- Hotel Klaus k
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All 139 rooms including 2 suites, 3 art rooms and a Movie Room are provided with state-of-the-art equipment ranging from custom made beds and mattresses to laptop size safe to oversized robe and towels to LED television to high speed internet - wireless and wired. Room categories playfully range from Mystical to Passion to Desire to Envy, all describing the emotions that are depicted from the mythical literature. ... more less
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