Laivasto puisto (Fleet Park) is a park in Katajanokka district.
Albatross is a varied culture space with a gallery, a cosy tea and living room and a bookshop. It is a home for Finnish-Russian cultural exchange and co-operation. Albatross' programme includes small, high quality cultural events, lectures, workshops, and lessons of Russian and Finno-Ugric languages.
The Finnish-Russian Society is responsible for the activities at Albatross.
EXITE Live Games at Katajanokka is an immersive, fun and most importantly very exciting real live gaming experience, where your task is to solve the mysteries and puzzles in groups of 2-5 people before you run out of time, which is 60 minutes. The games are suitable for everyone and the experience is surprisingly exhilarating. As in live exit game, you are playing with real people in real space so the experience is much more vivid than in video games.
Exite offers a selection of escape rooms with different difficulties. All rooms have been developed by the company, and are thus unique and not copies of other rooms elsewhere. The escape rooms are suitable for families as well.
The rooms are located in three different addresses in Katajanokka area.
Hotel Scandic Grand Marina's restaurant Makasiini picks up the best street food trends and creatively combines healthy, good-quality proteins and fresh vegetables.
The restaurant's large windows create a spacious and bright setting for a relaxed, maritime atmosphere. In summer the restaurant opens up to the sunny summer terrace outside.
Niska Helsinki offers a simple yet thoroughly tasty pizza menu in true Åland style.
Bellevue, founded in 1917, is the oldest Russian restaurant in Helsinki, located near the Uspenski Cathedral. For today's guests, Bellevue seeks inspiration from its roots, the Tsarist and Slavic influences on cuisine. Bellevue is a lounge and a dining room for both supper as well as festive dinners. Or have a zakuska bite or two at the bar to accompany your drink
A studio apartment of 40 m2 in Katajanokka for rent on a weekly basis during the summer. Opposite the Uspenski Cathedral and with a view of the Presidential Palace.
Cinema Kino K13 provides service for film industry professionals and celebrates cinema culture by offering various screenings. The Finnish Film Foundation organizes monthly short film screenings with varying themes. The screenings are free of charge and subtitled in English. Also private screenings
Noli Katajanokka offers 263 stylish studios, a modern gym, sauna area, restaurant, co-working, community spaces and more. With the comforts of home and the amenities of a hotel, Noli Studios gives you more room to focus on living.
With a sea view and close proximity to downtown Helsinki, Noli Katajanokka is located in an historically significant building that was once the former headquarters of grocery giant Kesko. Built in 1940, this iconic red-brick building is surrounded by the sea, parks and fine examples of both modernist and Art Nouveau architecture.
The sights, happenings and restaurants of downtown Helsinki are located within walking distance from Noli Katajanokka. The lively urban culture of Helsinki city centre combined with the amenities, shared spaces and stylish studios of Noli Katajanokka ensure a memorable stay.
Located next to the gorgeous Allas Sea Pool as well as the bustling restaurants of Kanavaranta, Noli Katajanokka offers an eclectic mix of coffee shops to fine dining restaurants, all set within a historic warehouse district. The nearby iconic Kauppatori of downtown Helsinki has outdoor stalls selling local goods and produce as well as an indoor marketplace full of local cuisine. There, you can book a variety of trips to neighboring islands and the Helsinki archipelago. Transportation is at your fingertips with shared bikes and cars available at Noli Katajanokka as well as a cruise ship harbour and all public transportation.