480 meters to public transportation
Located in heart of Helsinki
|Value for money||7.9|
|Nearest airport||Helsinki Airport (HEL) - Finland|
|Distance to airport||16.8 km|
Hotel Kämp is housed in a beautiful 19th-century building, opposite the Esplenade Park in the heart of Helsinki. Guests enjoy free access to the Kämp Spa which offers a traditional Finnish sauna, steam bath and a spa lounge. Soothing massages, body scrubs and facials can also be booked. The spacious rooms combine historical elegance with modern facilities. All rooms at Kämp Hotel have LCD TVs with satellite channels. They are furnished with comfortable Simmons beds and seating areas. All rooms have luxurious marble bathrooms, a minibar and WiFi access. Kämp Brasserie & Bar offers breakfast, brasserie-style food and seasonal delicacies in a classical ambiance. The evening menu consists of a broad range of European dishes and wines. A well-equipped 100 m² gym is also available. The Helsinki Cathedral is a 6-minute walk from the hotel. The Boulevardi shopping street can be found 300 metres away.
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Children 0-12 year(s)
Must use an extra bed
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 13 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
EXCELLENT BREAKFAST. CONVENIENT LOCATION. HIGH QUALITY OF STAFF. THE HOTEL TO STAY WHILST IN HELSINKI.
Great old school hotel high end hotel”
It's something you'd expect to see in the movies that feature a luxury hotel, with a traditional feel to it. Loved it.
A fantastic hotel all around. The staff is very friendly, the rooms and bathrooms are immaculate and the location can’t be beat. I travel a lot and this hotel has the best hairdryer for women with lots of hair. Most hotels, even high end hotels, have flimsy hairdryers made for males with little to no hair. Thank you for thinking about females travelers. I would stay there any time.
O,4l beer cost 11,80€, foofis excellent and adhmosphere aswell”
Good service & location”
Excellent customer service”
Elegant hotel at city center”
This is THE hotel to stay at in Helsinki. Elegant and classic, a bit pricy though. Close to chopping and culture. Very comfortable beds and very nice bathroom with best international standard. The bar close at bit early.
Beautiful Hotel, superb location, comfortable”
great hotel, very classy, service was good, would definitely come back next time I'm in Helsinki!
Beautiful hotel in a great location”
Overall experience was good but would be even better if free wifi was added as part of the service. Speed of wifi was slow even though it was paid for. The accounting side was a bit disorganized! We were billed for services that we did not use eg breakfast and food in the refrigerator. However the staff did quickly rectified the accounts.
Lovely hotel right in the centre of Helsinki”
We have recently returned from a 3 night stay at Hotel Kamp. The hotel is right in the heart of Helsinki and within walking distance to all the main shops and tourist attractions. The staff at the hotel were all very helpful and polite and the rooms were of a good size and to a good standard. Really the only negative thing to say about the hotel was that our room was cold. Given that it was mid February and the temperatures in the City were -10 degrees celsius or colder, we would have thought that keeping the rooms at a comfortable temperature would have been a priority. However, with the exception of the day we arrived, the radiators were switched off throughout the day and night and we had to telephone down to the front desk and request some heat in our room before a small electric heater was delivered up to our room. This did take the edge off the cold but it was really disappointing that a hotel of this calibre didn't heat the rooms in the height of their winter. Aside from this, a good hotel and would recommend to stay there probably in the summer!
everything works, clean, long corridors, didn't take the breakfast but instead had a great buffet breakfast at Fazer, just opposite of main entrance
Wonderful Hotel in the heart of Helsinki”
the first thing to understand is that helsinki is a very expensive destination. money evaporates like water on a hot plate. so by comparisson with what you would want to pay in some locations hotel kamp is pretty expensive. however compared with what you can pay for something rather average in helsinki, we didn't begrudge the extra money. the rooms are a nice size and are tastefully decorated. the public areas have a wonderful old-world charm to them. the staff were very friendly and helpful above and beyond the call of duty. a most enjoyable stay. my only suggestion to hotel kamp is to put an electric jug in the rooms, sometimes a cup of tea without having to call room service is nice.
Good location, good service, no problems whatsoeve”
Staid for 2 nights, no problems whatsoever. Staff was very friendly and helped when something occurred. Very nice bar & restaurant downstairs and in the very vicinity there are tons of other good places to eat % dine.
A five star hotel, locked in time”
It can be pretty cold in Helsinki, even in March. The harbour (sea) was still ice packed and covered in snow. The city was laid out by a Russian, and there is something cold, grand and imperious about it - reflected in the KAMP hotel. My main issue with KAMP is the cost. Although it's a Starwood, it is an old institution, and bits of the setup are tired - bedroom carpets, the ground floor bar.. As usual internet is very expensive in your room, but free in the reception area. The bedroom was nice (no view) but nothing special. The front desk staff were first class. Helpful, knowledgeable, engaging. There is no tea maker in the room - but you can ask for one. Overall, I would choose somewhere better value next time
I am hoping my picks of hotels are as good as this one. Why would anyone stay elsewhere?
Nice Hotel but badly managed”
Very nice hotel - with top breakfast restaurant, very nice fitness room. Lack of swimming pool, and massage time in weekends.
Classical hotel ”
This maybe a hotel that young people find boring or old-fashioned, but to me it shouts: historical vibe.