Helsinki Hotel Shuttles
HEL airport hotel transfers
Standing tall as Finland’s capital, Helsinki is a waterside oasis renowned for its many peninsulas and islands that cover a trove of art scenes, both in paintings and performances as well as gourmet Finnish cuisine. See it all by booking the right ride, choosing between the simplicity of small sedans or the group-friendly atmosphere of chartered buses. Also available for stately arrivals are meet-and-greet services such as elegant stretched limousines perfect for arrivals to Finlandia Talo Huset Hall and fast taxis that make catching your flight to Helsinki Airport worth it. The city is also home to a diverse public transportation system that includes a single Metro subway line running west to east as well as an intricate Light Rail system intertwined with many of the Metro stops.
Next on your to-do list is finding the right hotel, an easy feat with so many diverse neighborhoods to choose from. Go with Harbourside quietude in downtown’s eastern Katajanokka neighborhood, home to various art hotels that float along an island scenery such as the repurposed warehouse space of Scandic Grand Marina as well as the former prison turned stunning walled-in garden resort at Hotel Katajanokka. Conversely, West Harbour provides an array of business-friendly stays that include high-rise indoor pool views from Clarion Hotel Helsinki as well as dockside eats at Radisson Blu Seaside Hotel. For something in the middle, the heart of downtown is where the most unique getaways get to shine, from the in-room Art Deco saunas at Hotel Helka to the Gothic library within GLO Hotel Art.
Explore the endless historic terrain of downtown by starting with Helsinki’s oldest relics, from Kaivopuisto picturesque views of South Harbour to the various local vendors selling fresh fruit & handicrafts in Old Market Hall. A vibrant design scene also brings an artistic flair to neighborhoods like Punavuori and Ullanlinna, whether it be through the fashionable cafe at Design Museum Helsinki or through modest Parkside art galleries like Helsinki Contemporary. For something beyond the reaches of the city, drive into the area’s quiet north side for vintage roller coaster rides at Linnanmaki as well as surreal melodies that emanate from Sibelius Monument hundreds of steel pipes. The city’s also known for its incredibly diverse food culture, from reservations-only Finnish at Savoy to casual sit-down eats at Friends & Burgers.