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Superb location + Silence + Sauna

4.97(76)SuperhostHelsinki, Finland
Entire loft hosted by Jarre
4 guestsStudio0 beds1 bath
Entire home
You’ll have the loft to yourself.
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House rules
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So peaceful loft space with superb location at the City Center above the shopping center Kamppi.

The space
It is so hard to find this kind of a space at the city center and it also has a private sauna and huge screened-in-balcony with infrared heaters.

All the services you will find at the same complex etc. yoga rooms, gyms, over 30 restaurants, bowling center as well as huge variety of stores and services. Main bus station and Subway station lies at the basement.

Guest access
There is a private and commonly used storage rooms for your bikes, skies and buggies/strolers.

Other things to note
DISCLAIMER: THIS IS NOT A HOTEL NOR PROFESSIONAL BED AND BREAKFAST ACCOMONDATION. However if you want to have a home and hotel is not an option for you (like those are not for me), my loft is just right for you.

1) This is a hybrid building which has offices and commercial spaces as well as residential spaces. Since there are residential spaces, it is mandatory to keep it quiet (less than 70dB) ALWAYS in the hallways and also from 22:00 to 8:00 (10PM to 8 AM) inside and outside areas connected. Finns are quiet and they expect the same from any other sharing their living space. Also smoking is strictly prohibited inside the building including balconies. There are designated smoking areas outside.

2) The space will be thruely cleaned before your rental period. You may use all my equipments you might find inside my apartment. However according regulations of the city of Helsinki and tax officials considering apartment rentals, there are no cleaning/housekeeping or any other services offered by me. If you shoulf need these services, please ask for recommendations.

3) Unfortunately there are limitations set by the city of Helsinki and Finnish tax officials considering rentals.
These limitations means that:
a) short term leisure rental with furniture is allowed only temporarely when I am away from the city for travelling or for business.
b) you may always rent my space without furniture/beds as short or as long as it is available. Since I am able to live elsewhere, I prefer long term rental periods (+6 months) and will be able to give my parking slot at the parking hall included with the rental price.
c) You may rent my space for work without limitations considering furniture or rental period. If you need only daytime use, please ask for special discount price. This space would be available also long term and short term daytime (9 to 21) use.
So peaceful loft space with superb location at the City Center above the shopping center Kamppi.

The space
It is so hard to find this kind of a space at the city center and it also has a private sauna and huge screened-in-balcony with infrared heaters.

All the services you will find at the same complex etc. yoga rooms, gyms, over 30 restaurants, bowling center as well as huge variety…
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Amenities

Elevator
Wifi
Kitchen
Air conditioning
Cable TV
Dryer
Hair dryer
Iron
TV
Washer

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Helsinki, Finland

Kamppi is a neighborhood in the center of Helsinki. The name originally referred to a small area known as the "Kamppi field", but according to the current official designation, "Kamppi" encompasses a much larger area with a population of 10,000. The heart of Kamppi is a part of the Central Business District. However, in stark contrast to the other districts of central Helsinki, development in Kamppi was sporadic and the very center of Kamppi remained entirely undeveloped until 2002. The name "Kamppi" is derived from the Swedish word for battle, kamp. Under Russian rule in the 19th century, Kamppi was mainly used as a military area by Russian forces, with barracks and training fields, which the name refers to. This so-called "Kamppi field" in the center of Kamppi was also the location of a market run by Jewish merchants from the late 19th century until 1929 when it was shut down. A new pedestrian plaza on the same site, completed in 2005 as part of a recent redevelopment project, has been officially named Narinkka Square (Finnish: Narinkkatori), which comes from the name that the old Jewish market had. The name for the Jewish market has its background in the Russian language, as many of the Jewish merchants came from Russia and spoke Russian. In Russian language, "на рынке" (na rinke) means "on the market". The Finnish speaking people began to call the place "narinkka" and the name stuck to the place with few people today knowing the original meaning of the word. The Helsinki Old Church and its adjacent park are located in the district of Kamppi. The central bus station of Helsinki is located in a modern terminal built entirely underground in Kamppi, and the Helsinki railway station is located only a few hundred meters away. A popular destination in Kamppi is Tennispalatsi, the largest cinema multiplex in Helsinki. Almost right behind of this you would find the Temppeliaukio (rock) church, National Museum of Finland, The Finnish Museum of Natural History, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Parliament, The Finlandia Hall and The Töölö Bay (Töölönlahti). Since August 2002, the center of Kamppi was occupied by the largest single construction site in the history of Finland. The first phase of the project, the underground bus terminal, was opened to the public in June 2005. Completed in March 2006, the Kamppi Center also houses high-quality apartments and a large shopping mall. In 2012 the Kamppi Chapel (of silence) was opened on the other end of Narinkka Square.
Kamppi is a neighborhood in the center of Helsinki. The name originally referred to a small area known as the "Kamppi field", but according to the current official designation, "Kamppi" encompasses a much large…

Hosted by Jarre

Joined in June 2013
  • 250 Reviews
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Jarre is an old fire battalion chief and father of two, spending his time as much as possible travelling and outdoor activities by the sea.
During your stay
We have security services at the building and the whole area is also electronically monitored in case of fire or any unwanted activity.
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  • Languages: English, Suomi
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Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Self check-in with lockbox
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
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Nearby lake, river, other body of water
Carbon monoxide alarm
Cancellation policy

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