Hotel St. George

Helsinki, Finland

While the oldest sections of Hotel St. George date back to the 1840s, the most iconic section, designed by architect Onni Tarjanne, was completed in 1890. Tarjanne is best known for designing the Finnish National Theatre in 1902.

Through the years, the building at Yrjönkatu 13 has hosted, for example, the Finnish Literature Society SKS, the printing house for the first Finnish newspaper Suometar and The Helsinki Finnish Club. Stories from its past have played a crucial role in the interior design of the hotel.

Housed in a magnificent historic building, the hotel’s 10 000 square metres on 7 floors are home to 148 rooms and five suites - all with DUX beds. 


Hotel St. George
Yrjönkatu 13
00120 Helsinki, Finland
Phone: +358 9 4246 00 11

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