Finnish luxury chain acquires Helsinki's Klaus K

Finnish luxury hotel chain Kamp Group, which is owned by European private equity firm CapMan Group, has acquired the lifestyle Klaus K hotel in Helsinki for an undisclosed amount, Law360 reports.

With the acquisition of the 139-room Klaus K hotel, Kamp Group expands a portfolio that already includes the Hotel Kamp in Helsinki and four lifestyle hotels under its GLO Hotel brand, which has a combined 1,000 rooms.

The Klaus K is a member of Design Hotels and located in the center of Helsinki. Design is said to be inspired by Finland’s national epic, Kalevala. Rooms and interior express four emotional themes; mystical, passion, desire and envy along with unique designer rooms.

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