Best Western Premier Hotel Katajanokka
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Premier Hotel Katajanokka Helsinki
We loved our stay here. It was convenient to Tram 4. The rooms were comfortable and the breakfast had an amazing variety of choices. We also ate dinner one night in the hotel restaurant and it was very good. Someone had a lot of vision to turn a former prison into a 4 star hotel.
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