For all senses
The Wintergarden of Helsinki
Wintergarden is the living room of the Hotel St. George, place for the guests and locals to meet. Wintergarden, built in to the courtyard and sheltered by a glass roof, has drawn inspiration from the classical conservatories of 18th and 20th century nobility, known for their lush greenery and art collections.
Wintergarden is like a classical painting with its sophisticated color world, hidden nooks and class roof mirroring the sky.
This great space has also three Nooks, which are intimate, elegant rooms for small social gatherings. The three salons - Poetry Room, Dining Room and Wine Room - are individually designed small chambers for meetings and special festivities.
Organize an event at Wintergarden
Wintergarden can be reserved for private events from early morning till late afternoon.
Wintergarden is perfect for press events, seminars, trainings and recreational activities from 20 up to 150 people. Large widescreen enables presentations.
Book an event at Hotel St. George
- By phone: +358 9 4246 0010
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wine Room Kalervo
The ambiance of Wine Room Kalervo is reminiscent of the early 20th century Parisian salons where culture, politics and commerce met. Its elegant interior and dark, refined mood provide a setting where people can meet, build visions of the future and contemplate the multiplicity of time. Hotel St. George's Wine Room Kalervo is a venue for the city's wine connoisseurs. Its carefully picked selection of wines is like a private collection but one that everyone is invited to enjoy.
Poetry Room Edith
Poetry Room Edith is an intimate space in Hotel St. George. Its speciality is a collection of poetry by poets from Finland and abroad. The Russian Anna Akhmatova and the German Rainer Maria Rilke meet Edith Södergran, the soul of Finnish poetry, and other great poets.
Dining Room Elias
Dining Room Elias of Hotel St. George is the largest meeting room in the Winter Garden. It is dedicated to the history of the building. The various historical roles of the building are combined in the Dining Room. The St. George building earlier housed the Finnish Literature Society and the Finnish Club. Hotel St. George wants to honour its history. Dining Room Elias has a collection of facsimiles of Suometar, one of the first Finnish-language newspapers, pictures and extracts from the time when Finnish journalists and the cultural and business elite met in the building. The space is excellently suited for large meetings and an impressive setting for special banquets.
For informal meetings.