GLO Hotel Art
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Using Helsinki public transportation is an inexpensive way to transfer from Helsinki-Vantaa Airport to the centre of Helsinki or from any other location in Greater Helsinki area.
Nearest tram stop: Aleksanterin teatteri, tram 6.
Hotel guests can purchase parking tickets to Autoparkki from the parking machines in the garage. Acceptable payment methods are credit card, coins or Parkit service. The parking can be paid to the reception (car registration number is required). Tariffs are 4,00 € /hour and 24,50 € / 24 h
On summer time you can borrow Jopo-bicycle for free, ask more from the reception! Unfortunately bicycles are not available on winter time.
Services At The Hotel
Our guests can use the gym at Hotel Klaus K. It is only 3 blocks from the us. Also there is 24Fitness-gym located next to the hotel. Gym is open for hotel guests from Monday to Friday 12.00-19.00. Price 5€ per access, tickets are available in the hotel reception.
GLO Hotel Art is located in central Helsinki, a short walk from everything worth seeing in the city. Even so, it is slightly off the beaten path, meaning its well-preserved surroundings maintain a historic integrity – a glimpse of what Helsinki was like before globalization.
Left or right? Exiting GLO Hotel Art you will find delicacies if you go one way and art and fashion if you go the other.
Following Lönnrotinkatu to the right you will end up at Hietalahti market and market hall. The market hall is currently the most interesting gourmet market in Helsinki. There are various restaurants, including vegetarian ones, and cafés. On Saturdays they offer a DJ and tidbits until 10 in the evening.
A turn to the left takes you to the corner of Lönnrotinkatu and Fredrikinkatu. A little forward and you enter the Old Church Park. On either side you will find two different galleries, Gallerie Forsblom and Helsinki Contemporary. Both are definitely worth a visit.
On Bulevardi lies a true Helsinki institution, Café Ekberg, where you can see elderly ladies having coffee, as well as people who intend to be an elderly lady enjoying coffee in later life.
Fredrikinkatu has grown into a Helsinkian fashion street, filled with small and interesting fashion brands. Pop into Liike or Asuna. The decorator might want to visit Johanna Gullichsen Textile Craft & Design and Irene Lemmetti's Zarro. Punavuori is a great area to look around the city with many small boutiques and excellent cafés, to which you simply need to pay a visit.
Just around the corner from GLO Hotel Art is the long-established centre of Helsinki’s cultural life, Alexander Theatre, that is filled with action every day. The theatre's repertoire includes all types of concerts, theatrical and dance performances.