Klaus K

Rooms 171   Architecture SARC Architects   Interior Design Stylt Trampoli AB

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171
Architecture
SARC Architects
Interior
Design Stylt Trampoli AB
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Klaus K Bar Billiard Table M 03
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Klaus K Entrance Street View By Night Reception Desk M 13
—This Finnish gem of playfully-designed rooms, where the Renaissance meets cutting-edge Nordic modernity, offers up the passion of a literary epic.

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    Klaus K, Helsinki, Finland, Design Hotels™

    Located in the late 19th-century Rake building, the hotel Klaus K is inspired by Finland's national epic, the Kalevala, with each of the 171 playful guestrooms boasting a theme that illustrates the Kalevala's primary emotional elements: desire, passion, mysticism, and envy. Yet at the same time, this Helsinki hotel aspires to go even further, to "take the hotel out of the hotel," creating an ultra-designed lifestyle experience where contrasts abound, such as the Renaissance-inspired Rake Sali ballroom. This inspiration is expressed on an intimate—indeed, fun-loving—human scale throughout the space. The hotel also has strikingly unique restaurants. For example Toscanini serves delicious dishes originating from Tuscany and exemplifies the level of high-minded detail that goes into the Klaus K—its interior is inspired by the Finnish national painter Akseli Gallen-Kallela, who spent time in Florence while studying the technique to paint frescos.

    Nearest Airport
    HEL - Helsinki-Vantaa Airport
    Food & Drink
    Restaurant, Bar, Buffet
    Spa & Recreation
    Health Club, Massage, Sauna
    Conference & Meetings
    3 Meeting Room
    Internet
    Complimentary WiFi
    Services
    Breakfast, Parking, Room Service

    Rooms & Suites

    The hotel’s 171 rooms and suites all feature a custom-made Unikulma bed, while the Sky Lofts boast rooftop terraces and are accessed through private entrances. The interiors are filled with works by Finnish artists such as Riiko Sakkinen, Jani Leinonen, Katja Tukiainen, and Harri Koskinen, while a light color scheme runs throughout.

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    INTERIOR DESIGN

    Reflecting themes in Finland’s national epic poem, the interior spaces are polarized into a light side and a dark side. 

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    ARCHITECTURE

    Neo-Renaissance and Finnish-Romantic styles combine in a rectilinear red-brick building as renovated by SARC Group’s lead architects Antti-Matti Siikala and Sarlotta Narjos.

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    ARCHITECTURE

    Neo-Renaissance and Finnish-Romantic styles combine in a rectilinear red-brick building as renovated by SARC Group’s lead architects Antti-Matti Siikala and Sarlotta Narjos.

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    INTERIOR DESIGN

    Reflecting themes in Finland’s national epic poem, the interior spaces are polarized into a light side and a dark side. 

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