Oct 28, 2019 - Oct 29, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Finding a Helsinki Hotel

Helsinki, Finland's capital, is a lively seaside city that is easy to explore on foot. The center of Helsinki is where the locals love to enjoy nightlife in a variety of locales, from upscale cocktail lounges to loud, sweaty rock concerts. The islands surrounding this archipelago supply plenty of space for enjoying beaches, camping or boating excursions. If being outdoors in green areas is what you crave, there are many, many spots in Helsinki for sporting and relaxation activities, such as Central Park and its forests located just beyond the city centre. Maybe you'd like to find a Helsinki hotel in the lively eastern end or Punavuori in the center of town. Skyscanner can help you discover the Helsinki hotel you're seeking, so you'll be exactly where you want to be for your Finland adventure.

Where Are The Cheap Hotels In Helsinki?

It's possible to find a great deal on a Helsinki hotel for under $150 a night or less and still be situated close to the city centre or just a few miles away. You can hire a car in Helsinki if you wish to travel further and explore other areas around the capital. Here are some cheap hotels in Helsinki to consider:

  • Hotel Rantapuisto: This hotel is six miles from the center of Helsinki, but it offers free parking, a quiet environment, and beautiful, natural surroundings. The hotel is part of the Best Western chain of hotels, with standard twin rooms starting at about $79 a night.
  • Omena Hotel Helsinki Lonnrotinkatu is a mere ¼ mile from the city centre, right near the Central Train Terminal, Old Church of Helsinki, and the Swedish Theatre. Rates begin at approximately $85 per night for a double room depending upon how far in advance you book.
  • Best Western Hotel Carlton is within walking distance to Helsinki's center and close to the Metro. This hotel was converted from a 1930's building to create a modern structure within shopping and sightseeing attractions, including the vibrant nightlife, a casino, and great restaurants in Helsinki. Rates start at about $134 per night.

Can I Find a Luxury Hotel in Helsinki?

If living in luxury is more your style, there are some choices that place you right in the middle of the city, near all of the action and excitement of Helsinki.

  • Hotel Kamp is within a short walking distance to the shopping in Market Square, the Ateneum Art Museum, and Temppeliaukio Church. This classy hotel has marble bathrooms and offers romantic suites with antique furnishings. There's a spa with a gym and sauna, an on-site Asian restaurant and a bar at this hotel. Valet parking is available. Expect to pay about $275 and upwards per night here.
  • Hotel Haven is also in the heart of downtown Helsinki. Walk easily to Kauppahalli and Kauppatori Market Square, Helsinki City Hall, or Helsinki City Museum. You can also walk to the beach from Hotel Haven, which is located close to the Linda or Viking ferry terminals if you'd like to go on an excursion cruise. Book a twin room here for about $190.

Top rated hotels in Helsinki

from $117
from $182
from $228

What are travelers saying about Helsinki?

Art & Design Lovers
History Buffs
Green Travelers
Family Travelers
Member reviews (123)
Maja KB
Maja KB

Loved it soooo much!!! Very nice and cosy and calm. Don't miss the sauna and swimming in the sea and karelian pies

Anne Lowrey
Anne LowreySan Francisco, California, USA

Helsinki truly surprised me with its vibrant cafe culture, surrounding nature, and relaxing saunas. I highly recommend visiting, and it feels very safe as a solo female traveler.

Carolina Félix
Carolina Félix

Helsinki it's an amazing city but the best part is for sure it surroundings full of nature. Suomenlinna and Seurasaari are little islands around the city that have pure beauty and nature. if you want to be a little bit adventorus and see the wild like of northen countries then you shoul

Leow Cheng Lam
Leow Cheng LamKlang, Malaysia

We start our tour through the city centre, with a visit to Senate Square, flanked by the Helsinki Cathedral, Government Palace, University Helsinki and National Library. Then proceed to the Rock Church (Temppeliau kio) visit the largest Orthodox Church in Western Europe: Uspenski Orthodox Cathedral and have a photostop at the artistic Sibelius Monument.


The least expensive month is February, with an average of $127 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Helsinki is June, with an average price of $175 per night.
The average price of a hotel in October last year was $140 per night. This is 5% less than the average nightly price of $148 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Helsinki, the expected average temperature in October is 6.2°C/43.2°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 22.1°C/71.8°F. The coolest month is February, with temperatures averaging -6.6°C/20.1°F.
The nearest airport to Helsinki is Helsinki Vantaa (HEL) (11.03 miles).

Plan a trip to Finland