Airport Hotel Bonus Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAirport Hotel Bonus Inn Vantaa
Conveniently close to the airport, and located by a bus route with direct access the central Helsinki. The room had a kitchenette and was clean and comfortable. Staff was very helpful with local information and bus schedules, and let me leave my bags while I went into town for a while, then drove me back to the airport.
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... the only hotel located inside Helsinki Airport, on the service floor of Terminal 2. GLO Hotel Airport's comfortable rooms are perfect to refresh and re-energize while travelling - whether you're coming or going!
- Only a few steps from the gate
- 37 stylish and quiet hotel rooms
- Location inside Terminal ...
... the bits of paper you seem to collect while travelling lying about the place. Washing duly started, we took the tram to the venue - and joined the queue to get in! It wasn't too bad, moving fairly quickly in fact, so we were soon inside and looking at this mass of people, dogs and trade stalls. Where to start! As tempting as the trade stalls were, we decided to watch the judging of the Tollers, as one of Sarina's friends ...
Went up to the VIP lounge for sail out yesterday. The Fjords was
spectacular. Hundreds of island, some just rocks others had one or two houses
or summer cottages other island had lots of massive houses. All wooded with
pine trees. The water was like glass filled with heaps of small boats. It was
definitely one of the most spectacular sailings I’ve experience.
After that it was off to the early show featuring the full 12 piece
Princess orchestra with the ...
... and also 200,000 lakes. The country was founded in the 1500's by King Gustav of Sweden and the Swedish ruled until 1809 when the Russians took over the country. It has only been independent since 1917. Ship building is a big industry. There are two official languages - Finnish and Swedish. Finland joined the EU in 1995 but does not belong to NATO. It is a very beautiful and vibrant city with many parks and flowers everytwehre. ...
... 57am and the sunset at 10:44pm, 7 am isn't really that early. We fully enjoyed the day in this beautiful place, by bus and on foot. Even the sun was ...