Scandinavia gets its first Hotel Indigo with Helsinki opening

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), one of the world’s leading hotel companies, today debuts its first boutique Hotel Indigo property in Scandinavia with the opening of Hotel Indigo Helsinki – Boulevard.

The hotel offers two dining options; Bröd, an 80-seat restaurant serving a selection of Finnish specialities, and Soup & Juice, a deli that will sit just inside the hotel providing a place for guests and locals to enjoy a fresh salad, sandwich or soup.

The 120 room hotel is connected with tram six, one of the oldest electrified tram networks in the world built in 1900. All guestrooms have a complimentary minibar, Nespresso coffee machine maker and WiFi included in the room rate. There is also 24/7 Body, Soul & Mind studio with gym, yoga room and Finnish Sauna & Steam Bath. For those travelling on business, the hotel offers a boardroom and 24/7 Business Corner.

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