Helsinki Hotel Investment Guide 2022

Helsinki Hotel Investment Guide 2022

Helsinki is among the top growing cities in Europe for tourists and the most popular conference city in the Nordics. If you are a hotelier or investor looking to grow, look no further. We’ll connect you to the local ecosystem and help you find the perfect property.

Kaisu Jouppi

Why is Helsinki the place for you?

What used to be a hidden gem is now a bustling hub of business and international tourists. To cater all visitors, there is a need for new hotels, especially in the economy and luxury sector. Helsinki is committed to developing the travel industry, especially focusing on sustainability and digitalisation. We invite you to come, and experience Helsinki first hand – we will be your local guides to hotel business in Greater Helsinki!

Discover the hidden gem of Helsinki!

Helsinki packs a lot of ambition and activity into its borders, despite being relatively small for a capital city. Take sustainability, for instance – Helsinki is a forerunner in sustainable development, and we aim to become completely carbon neutral by 2030, five years ahead of schedule.

Peter Forsgard

We’ll help you achieve your business goals.

The Helsinki Metropolitan Area is a thriving business hub located in the heart of the Baltic Sea Region, a hotspot for businesses and leisure travel. It is an attractive market for the hospitality industry download the guide to learn more.

© Karoliina Bärlund

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