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24 May, 2022

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.

Letting off steam: How to discover the perfect Helsinki sauna for you

There’s no sound more satisfying to a Finn than the sizzle of sauna steam. Yet until you visit Finland, you don’t realise how important sauna is to Finnish life. Check out our quick guide on how to get hot in Helsinki.

Christmas markets in Helsinki 2018

Helsinki has a wonderful Christmas atmosphere. These three Christmas markets you don't want to miss!

In international comparisons between nations Finland is always at the top.

Because We Are Finland and You Are Not!

How to taste natural wines and learn to love them

Living in a new Renaissance of Finnish bread culture

Lifestyle magazine Monocle’s travel guide series gets a Helsinki edition

In Restaurant Andrea everything is made for sharing

Don’t touch my plate! Are Finns no good at sharing their food?

Wellbeing first: St. George and Hintsa Performance are changing the world of hotels

Ai WeiWei's art piece in Hotel St. George's entrance

An art gallery in a hotel - Ai Weiwei’s dragon welcomes visitors to Hotel St. George

Let there be light! How a Nordic innovation banishes Helsinki’s winter darkness

Wintergarden is the living room of the Hotel St. George, place for the guests and locals to meet.

Pekka Jylhä's "Learning to Fly" spreads its wings in Wintergarden

Mehmet Gürs' Restaurant Andrea serves anatolian flavours in downtown Helsinki

How chef superstar Mehmet Gürs came home to Helsinki

St. George is a unique and elegant hotel in the heart of Helsinki city centre. Read more about the hotel, rooms, services and location!

From national awakening to Nordic design: Hotel St. George echoes Helsinki’s history

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