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26 January, 2020

Features

St. George Journal is an online newspaper about Helsinki, wellbeing, art and design, good food, literature, current events and life at Hotel St. George.

Ultra fresh skin care is nature’s latest luxury

Niki Newd is a pioneer of fresh cosmetics. The natural products are a perfect fit for the Hotel St. George Care spa, an oasis of well-being and all-around pampering. We asked Kirsi Kaukonen, co-founder of Niki Newd, what fresh cosmetics are and how guests can enjoy them at St. George. 

Cocktail Trendit 2020

A toast to holiday spirits

From hot spiced wine to tantalizing alcohol-free mocktails, ‘tis the season to sip on something sumptuous. So, what are the biggest trends for drinks this winter? We talked with Hotel St. George’s experts to find out what’s hot this holiday season.

How Lapponia Jewelry captured the beauty of Nordic nature

St. George Design Market

Saturday 14 December, 2019

Hotel St. George Event Calendar

St. George awarded Hotel of the Year

Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice 5.-15.9.

Thursday 05 September, 2019

Helsinki Festival Pre-Party with Ylva Haru

Thursday 22 August, 2019
Tips what to do in Helsinki in the summer

Our tips for summery Helsinki

With over 40 diverse restaurants to choose from, Flow Festival is the place to be for those looking to experience not only the best up and coming bands but also the most delectable food trends of the year.

Why Flow is Helsinki’s most delicious festival

Restaurant Andrea steals the show at Flow

As Helsinki Festival's official partner, St. George offers like-minded program and inspiration. See all the program below and join us!

St. George x Helsinki Festival 15.8.-1.9.2019

Read what to do in Helsinki in the summer and how to spend it like a local

Helsinki Summer Tips - Soak up summer like a Helsinki local

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