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      Klaus K

      from USD 113 /night

      Member since 01/2005   Rooms 171   Architecture SARC Architects   Interior Design Stylt Trampoli AB
      The Original Mia Cederberg-Skvorc, Marc Skvorc

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      Member since
      01/2005
      Rooms
      171
      Architecture
      SARC Architects
      Interior
      Design Stylt Trampoli AB
      The Original Mia Cederberg-Skvorc, Marc Skvorc

      —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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      March 20, 2015 – March 22, 2015

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      • Passion Mini

        • 15sqm (161sqft)
        • Single Bed of 90cm (3ft)
        • WLAN
        • Air Conditioning
        USD 113 /night
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      • 03-Passion Double

        add only USD 14 /night
        • 20sqm (215sqft)
        • Queen Bed of 140cm (4ft 9in)
        • WLAN
        • Air Conditioning
        USD 127 /night
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      • Desire King

        add only USD 28 /night
        • 20 to 25sqm (215 to 269sqft)
        • King Bed of 180cm (5ft 11in)
        • WLAN
        • Air Conditioning
        USD 141 /night
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      Klaus K

      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

      Architecture

      SARC Group

      Originally the Klaus Kurki hotel, a Helsinki landmark for many years, the rechristened Klaus K has been transformed into a welcoming and storied world of brick and Nordic majesty, thanks to the vision of renowned Finnish architects SARC Group. The lead architects of the project, Antti-Matti Siikala and Sarlotta Narjos, have created some of Finland’s foremost modern architectural projects including the Sanoma Talo and the city’s groundbreaking Kone Building. But for Klaus K they went further, creating a high-minded canvas of contrast and wonder, a place where each room unfolds itself like the eagerly-turned pages of a national epic.

      Interior Design

      Stylt Trampoli

      What designer wouldn’t love the charge that comes from being asked to create rooms that represent desire, passion, mysticism, or envy? 

      The folks at Stylt Trampoli certainly rose to the challenge at Klaus K with walls that sparkle, floors that beguile, and spaces that invoke grand emotions.

      Interior Design
      Stylt Trampoli

      What designer wouldn’t love the charge that comes from being asked to create rooms that represent desire, passion, mysticism, or envy? 

       
       

      The folks at Stylt Trampoli certainly rose to the challenge at Klaus K with walls that sparkle, floors that beguile, and spaces that invoke grand emotions.

      Interior Design
      Stylt Trampoli

      What designer wouldn’t love the charge that comes from being asked to create rooms that represent desire, passion, mysticism, or envy? 

      The folks at Stylt Trampoli certainly rose to the challenge at Klaus K with walls that sparkle, floors that beguile, and spaces that invoke grand emotions.

      Made by Originals

      Mia Cederberg-Skvorc & Marc Skvorc

      American-born hotelier Marc Skvorc and his Finnish wife Mia are living their dream in Helsinki with the Klaus K. The hotel embraces both style and story and has become one of the crowning jewels of the Design District Helsinki. Formerly a German girls school, the building belonged to Mia’s family before the Skvorcs transformed it into Helsinki's first design hotel. In addition to his exploits as a leading hotelier, Marc Skvorc is also involved with several collaborative outreach projects that work to revive the hospitality and arts sectors of Finland’s capital.

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