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2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 shared bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 shared bath

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Our flat is on a silent street. The close neighborhood is quiet and calm. We are right next to the bay - you can even see a little bit of the sea from our windows!

The house is located in Siltasaari - in the City Centre of Helsinki, close to shops, stores, bars, restaurants, clubs. 10 min walk to the Main Railway Station. Supermarkets, public transport, banks, farmacy, everything you can imagine are just around the corner in Hakaniemi square, 2 min away.

Amenities
Lift
Wireless Internet
Kitchen
Hangers
Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 double bed
House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Not safe or suitable for infants (Under 2 years)
Check-in is anytime after 12PM (noon)
Check out by 12PM (noon)
Cancellations

7 Reviews

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Michaela User Profile
September 2017
Absolutely recommend to stay at Tehi's place! You will hardly find more cool and comfy room so close to the centre. Love the area! Thanks Tehilah :)

Roy User Profile
Roy
August 2017
Arrived at Helsinki airport, approx. 715am, took finnair bus to city center train station, we walked 20 min, about a mile. With 2 large suitcases to arrive at 8:30am Sunday. Host didn't answer, and didn't show up at 9am, as was pre-arranged. So we called airbnb, they tried to con…
Tehilah User Profile
Response from Tehilah:
LAST-MINUTE notice of early arrival on a Sunday morning and I slept past the alarm and calls. This has never happened before, and won’t happen again. Sorry for any trouble! Let me know if there’s anything I can do. I now left you a 4-star review, because in our sms conversation you seemed to have forgiven me, and actually be a warm and nice person. The only one star missing is the weak communication. Next, I’ll share the whole story, in case my future guests want to know what really happened, for the purpose of making their own judgement: Initially, I made an exception to my 12 o'clock check-in at that time, cause Roy wanted to have the key and leave the luggage as soon as he’d arrive. I agreed because I wanted to help him, as I always want to help my guests as best as I can. The communication was slow, sometimes I waited for days for an answer, sometimes I didn't get them at all. I calculate up to 8 messages in total, so not bombing him with messages or anything like that. Finally, I only got Roy’s exact arrival time on the evening before arrival. Then that early Sunday morning and Roy arrived. I failed when he tried to call, and I apologise deeply for that. Suddenly I needed my sleep and slept past both the alarm and all calls for 4 hours. The time was now closer to my normal check-in time 12 (noon). I could have also gotten sick, and that was almost the case. I had been working too much during the entire month, with a cultural production (Helsinki Night of the Arts) that had just ended, and building an exhibition (Helsinki Design Week) to be ready in the following week. Heavy 8-23 o-clock working days. It's not an excuse, but tells my side of the story to Roy and all future guests. It’s intensive, but rewarding. Because of these productions I’m also always able to recommend best arts, design, science and music happenings in the city, which is a truly unique offering and really appreciated by all guests. Once I apologised for being late and offered the rather generous discount for his trouble, that was not accepted. Roy kept me hanging for 6 hours without a confirmation of a cancelled booking, and calling to Airbnb didn’t help cause the lines to SF headquarters were too blurry to hear. “Too little discount” happens to be a big thing for me because I live on the income from Airbnb while working on volunteering basis for the best cultural and community projects in the Nordic countries, and therefore am not able to take a normal job or be included in the social system. 100% my choice - but also 100% collective value for people. If I could learn anything important from this, it would be that I shouldn’t agree on early check-ins and be more careful to host people with too different lifestyles - which is a pity too, cause it’s all about sharing and learning across cultures and lifestyles. Airbnb is from people to people, so sometimes there may happen a human error. People with exclusive hotel experience might not understand that. Something like this might happen, even if I agree with Roy that it should never happen, but this was an exception due to the circumstances, and my overall long-term rating shows the truth. This was a horrible experience. Now let’s forget about it. Peace
August 2017

Friederike User Profile
August 2017
Very nice and helpful host, tidy, cosy and central place.

Teodor-Florin User Profile
July 2017
Very confortable and cozy space. Tehilah's friend, who welcomed us, Zeneyp, was very nice and she recommended us nice places. Love staying there!
Tehilah User Profile
Response from Tehilah:
Thank you Theo! Hope to see you again in Helsinki :)
July 2017

Veronica User Profile
July 2017
Tehilah's home is very comfortable and clean, you can go walking to the town centre and Tehilah and her housemates are fun and welcoming people! I will definitely go back there again for my next trip to Helsinki!

Tianyi User Profile
June 2017
Really clean,comfortable room! Tehilah's nice! I mean, if you still have the chance,don't hesitate!

Larissa User Profile
June 2017
A nice and clean room and excellent location. With the windows on a park, the room is quiet and you can have a good sleep after having profited of the vibriant area of Kallio. You have everything just a few steps away: very good connections all around the city with metro, bus and…

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Helsinki, FinlandJoined in February 2013
Tehilah User Profile
Hi, I am a 30-year-old Finnish girl who's back studying business, design and sustainable city-planning in Finland and Sweden. I produce different cultural events, ranging from fine arts exhibitions to science fairs and underground techno parties. Therefore, whatever question you …
Languages: English, Suomi, Svenska
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within a few hours
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