A luxurious loft apartment that has everything you could ask for. The roof top view from balcony is a rare sight that you won't easily find in Helsinki.
This apartment is of the highest standards and meticulously designed to the very last detail. The beautiful sauna department downstairs can be used on Thursday and Sunday evenings.
A well equipped apartment with everything you need. The washing machine and dryer are perfect for longer stays, and the portable WiFi works everywhere in Finland.
**Due to Covid-19, extra precautions will be taken to ensure all guest a safe stay in the apartment.
•The apartment will be carefully disinfected on top of the regular, professional cleaning between each stay
•The apartment will be kept empty two days in between guests**
This beautifully designed loft apartment is perfect for couples, families and groups of four. The apartment is located in the vibrant Punavuori neighbourhood, in a stunning Art Nouveau house from 1907.
Downstairs in the building you will find a beautifully renovated sauna department. Guests are welcome to use the house sauna on Thursday (22:00–23:00) and Sunday (18:00–19:00) evenings when it’s privately booked for the apartment.
There are so many enjoyable things in this well planned and beautifully decorated luxury apartment. The most obvious one is of course the balcony with its breathtaking view over the roof tops. Facing the east, makes it perfect for enjoying the morning sun with a cup of coffee. Its side walls creates a private space and also keeps the wind away. The intimate lights are a nice feature during the evenings.
The proper sized kitchen is equipped with high quality appliances, a beautiful stone counter and generous amount of work space for cooking. Cooking tools are provided, perfect if you want to prepare your own meal. Kitchen is equipped with:
•Combination microwave oven/oven
•Toaster, water boiler and a french press
•Cups, plates, bowls and all the cutleries you may need
•Coffee, tea, sugar, oil, spices etc.
The main space has a impressive ceiling hight of 3.5 meters. It is a nice open concept where the kitchen, dining area and living room area have been combined. The dining area is perfect for four people, it is also a nice place for doing work. If you are a group of 3-4 people, the comfortable sofa can be used as an extra bed for two (140 cm wide).
The living room area also has a wine cooler cabinet that you are welcome to use. Wine glasses and a wine decanter can be found in the glass cabinet. During the hottest days of the summer it is nice to use the air conditioner above the sofa.
The luxurious bathroom has plenty of storage for for guests to use. Floor heating, rain shower and plenty of intimate lights gives the space that nice spa touch. On top of that you will also have a full sized washing machine and dryer at your disposal. Clean towels, hairdryer, basic toiletries, shampoo and conditioner is provided for all guests.
The comfy 160 cm wide double bed in the bedroom has it all; fluffy blankets, double set of quality pillows and organic cotton sheets. You will definitely sleep well in this bed. If you're sensitive to light when sleeping, you can fully cover the little window with a blackout curtain. There is also a generous sized closet in the bedroom with both hangers and shelf space.
The intimate lights in the bedroom, e.g. inbuilt lights that lit up the exposed brick wall, creates a cosy atmosphere. The door opening to the main room can be closed off with blackout curtains (no door). From the small triangle window in the bedroom you will have a lovely view over the dockyard.
Punavuori is a district in the southwestern part of downtown Helsinki. It is known for its neighbourhood shops, community atmosphere, and lively feeling. The area is Helsinki's most densely inhabited district and especially popular amongst young adults and families with small children.
The name Punavuori ('Red Mountain') refers to the red-hued rocks found in the area. Today some 9,000 residents call Punavuori home. The streetscape is diverse: old industrial buildings turned into offices and apartments and with art nouveau stone castles, neo-Renaissance houses, and functionalist building blocks all cohabiting in harmony. The district has also retained some of its old wooden housing blocks.
For many, the attraction of Punavuori is the abundance of design and fashion boutiques, restaurants and bars. A great number of the Design District shops are to be found here.
A landmark in the area is the 500-metre-long Iso Roobertinkatu pedestrian street, colloquially known as Roba. Popular sights include the Mikael Agricola Church designed by famed architect Lars Sonck, the former dock area Telakkaranta, one of the most popular parks in the city, Sinebrychoff Park, as well as the Sinebrychoff Art Museum – both carry the name of the local beer brewing dynasty.
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