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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TravelPod Member ReviewsAnna Hotel Helsinki
Close to port (walking), pleasant staff, bathroom, safe, DBed, Good TV, free WIFI, window that opens. No smoking room. Clean and Tidy. Good Breakfast.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Anna Hotel Helsinki
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... of their heritage and love their country. Before dinner we watched and listened to a classical performance of violin and piano celebrating the anniversary of two romantic composers; Finnish Jean Sibilius and Russian Pyotr Tchaikovsky. Absolutely wonderful!After dinner we listened to a different genre; The Magic of Soul, sweet R&B harmonies and songs from the Drifters, Temptations and Four Tops. What a great day.
... ended up being a thing... We finally found the last shop on the list and it was full of expensive stuff. So back to the first shop. A helpful assistant pointed us in the right direction and gave us the low down on waterproof jackets and pants. We bought some of these and some thermal shirts and Dylan got a pair of hiking boots. Not a cheap experience!! But hopefully good quality and better prices than back ...
... and sausage. We should have realised that there would be an extravagant spread at breakfast; this was Finland after all and a pretty fancy hotel at that.
The staff were kind to us and didn’t kick us out at 11am, they gave us time to go back a few more times to sample a bit more of the fantastic food. We eventually admitted to ourselves that we couldn’t eat any more even if we wanted to.
On the way back to our room we ...
... some words on menu item #4. Placing the order at the bar I got a pint of stout and sat down at a small table near the front window. People continued to flow into the pub.
When my meal arrived I was very impressed. The food turned out to be a kind of salad with all food groups present. There was lettuce, cucumbers, pickled beet, watercress, brie, boiled eggs, tomato, bread and 1 inch cubes of thick cut bacon. Yummy.
Next to me there was an ...
Perfect baby of the journey changed to 'sleep, who needs sleep baby?' The Kinsella's finally surfaced and left the Moomin valley at midday. In our defence it was 10:00 Greenwich meantime. We ventured forth on our trusty steed (John Lewis travel pushchair). The aforementioned chair has developed a wobbly wheel and several other idiosyncrasies such as an intermittent wheel lock and squeak. Kate was a little perturbed but as ...