The hotel is of good quality, very clean, light luxury style, the facilities are new, and the price of this hotel is acceptable for the relatively high prices in northern Europe.
The Sederholm House was built in 1757 and is located in the city center. It is the oldest red brick building in Helsinki. Very chic small building. Exquisite.
The Sederholm House was built in 1757 and is located in the city center. It is the oldest red brick building in Helsinki. Passed by in a hurry. I saw it when I went to the White Church, a very chic small building. Exquisite. Did not go in.
The building is an old small building. The white structure is not very different from the surrounding buildings. It is free to enter and visit, and it is all ancient furniture.
The white exterior wall and the red brick wall tile roof are very distinctive, and the furnishings inside are very lifelike, and it does not feel like a museum at all. It is very family-friendly. The buildings built by Swedish merchants have changed beyond recognition for a while. Now the corners are very cute cartoons, child seats, and photos. It has a warm feeling here.