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All reviewstrain stationexcellent locationmeatballsmajor attractionsclean hotelbreakfast was includedbed was comfortablecentral helsinkithree nightsthe heart of the cityyogurtmarket squarewaterfronteurope
We were rather suprised by some recent negative reviews of the Hotel Arthur. We stayed here three years ago and decided to come back for our recent visit to Helsinki - only one night unfortunately.
The location cannot be beaten. It is just a few...More
Convenience-wise, it’s about 10 - 15 walking time from the train station and it would work if you don’t mind staying in a dated/disrepair category accommodation. My room is just plain ugly and depressing - old, dated wooden desk and beat-up brown wicker chairs, brown...More
Non-smoking? Hmm, I had to mingle numerous times throughout each day with the smokers who clustered at the main entrance sharing their vile stench with anyone who entered and exited. The inner halls smelled of smokers also.
My bathroom had an interesting accessory: a large...More
The only thing this hotel has is a good location. The rooms have not been updated in 50 years, poor quality furnishings. Nothing at breakfast was fresh, all from tin. The staff pushing huge trolleys around and more interested in stacking plates than anything else....More
It's a 3* hotel and that what it is.
The hotel is at a good location but there are some traffic noise. The hotel and the rooms are very basic and looking tired and decor is really outdated.
All the staff were really friendly and...More
Response from hotelarthur | Property representative |
we are located appr. 400 metres to the north-east from the Central Railway Station, please see the map available on e.g. our home page. You take the eastern exit from the Railway Station main hall, cross the Railway... More
we are located appr. 400 metres to the north-east from the Central Railway Station, please see the map available on e.g. our home page. You take the eastern exit from the Railway Station main hall, cross the Railway Square, walk uphill Vilhonkatu and Vuorikatu is the last crossing street to the left.