€102 - €158
|CHEAPEST CITY IN FINLAND||Joensuu||16% cheaper||Hotels in Joensuu are the cheapest in Finland at just €102 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN FINLAND||Rovaniemi||23% more expensive||Rovaniemi has the highest priced hotels in Finland with rooms averaging €158 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN FINLAND||Helsinki||84% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Helsinki than any other city in Finland|
Those looking for a hotel near Helsinki City Centre should expect to pay €102/night for area hotels. Below are the 11 best hotel options in the area. Hotels near Helsinki City Centre are typically 16% less expensive than the average hotel in Finland, which is €123.
|Low season||June||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||February||most expensive time to stay|
|40%||expected price decrease|
|38%||expected price increase|
€97 - €261
|Cheapest day of week||Wednesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Saturday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|€216||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|€151||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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While Finland has many desirable cities to visit, Helsinki is the most popular city to visit. Clarion Hotel Helsinki is one of the best hotels in Finland to stay when visiting the country. The hotel offers taxi service, free breakfast, free high-speed internet, and a business center with internet access. It is also an ideal spot because the city’s center shops and the metro stations are within a walkable distance. Alternatively, you can board a tram right next to the hotel. The city has a wide range of public transport options for you on any budget. City trams are reliable and extensive and connect various parts of the city. Public transportation in this city also involves buses, the Helsinki metro, bicycles, trainRailways, and ferries. Further, Helsinki is a relatively small city, making it walking friendly. Getting around the city is simple and enjoyable.
Finland has many beautiful lakes, islands, and a unique culture. You can also find reliable Finland hotels near these attractions allowing you to have a great experience and create unforgettable memories. The Helsinki-Olympic Stadium is one of the must-visit sites in the country. It is one of the most beautiful stadiums across the world and hosts national and international concerts and sporting events. You can visit the Sports Museum of Finland within the stadium to learn about the country’s sports history and enjoy great exhibits. Santa Claus Village in Lapland is also an interesting amusement park that you should visit. It offers great attractions, including the Santa Claus Post Office, displaying multiple Christmas items, The Arctic Circle cutting through the village, and the Santa Claus Office within the building. You can take photographs from this place and meet Santa over his working hours. Snowman World Igloo Hotel is the best place to stay when visiting Santa Claus Village. The hotel is closer to the amusement park and offers free breakfast and high-speed Wi-Fi. The Turku Castle in Turku is another must-see site when visiting Finland. The castle has been used as a granary, prison, and stronghold. It is the largest intact medieval building in Finland.
The Finns love partying and enjoying life, so you can expect your nightlife to be like no other. With many cheap hotels in Finland, you can have the best moments even when on a tight budget. If you like exploring various places, Helsinki, Tampere, and Turku are the places to be. The cities have many bars, restaurants, and cafes within walkable distance of one other. Kuudes Linja in Helsinki offers you a lovely ambiance while you enjoy a good time grooving to the beats. The city’s restaurants also sell a wide range of foods, including Russian blinis and Syrian kebabs. Turku is Finland’s food capital and houses some of the oldest and best restaurants in the country. Pikku-Torre provides an ideal atmosphere for enjoying your night out. Tampere will also spoil you with restaurant options. You can enjoy the local favourite, black sausages, from the market kiosks. Just ensure that you find cheap hotels in Finland that fit your budget.
Turku is Finland’s capital of history and art. This is because the city has been the site for many important events and has influenced Finnish history significantly. It is also one of the oldest cities that still has a strong artistic legacy. The city has a collection of different works of art, with the oldest being medieval wood sculptures. The art collection makes public spaces within the city more attractive and allows you to explore its culture and history. Helsinki is also a great destination if you love history and different types of architecture and design. The city is home to various museums, including the National Museum of Finland. The museum is open to the public and offers free entry on Friday during certain hours. The best times to book hotels in Finland for a free visit to the museum is on International Museum Day and Helsinki Day. You can stay at the Holiday Inn Helsinki City Centre because of its proximity to the museum.
If you are looking to save money on your hotel room in Finland, consider visiting the country in August as it is the least expensive month at just €70 per night. Avoid booking a hotel room in February if you are looking for a deal; it is the most expensive month.
Finland is full of enlightening and adventurous cities, but the most popular tourist destination is Rovaniemi.
At €122 per night, Tampere is the most expensive city in Finland to book a hotel room in. The average cost of €122 is about 17% above the country's average price per night.
If you’re looking for the best deal when visiting Finland, consider staying in Godby. According to our data, Godby is the least expensive city to spend the night in when visiting Finland, with an average nightly rate of €28, 58% below the country’s average.
Lapland Hotels Bulevardi
Bulevardi 28, Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland