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KOTI (Finnish for "home") transforms the Finnish Institute to bring the magic of the communal cottage experience to Paris's Rive Gauche. Each evening, up to 12 guests can book from a selection of six spruce timber aitta. Each day, the installation is open for the public to visit.
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Have a sleepover in Finland. Wake up in Paris.
KOTI is a living pop-up installation of six cottages set inside the Institut finlandais. KOTI is available for 100 days only from January till May 2017 for the celebration of the centenary of Finnish independence. Savour the luxury of simplicity, the importance of home and the value of sharing new experiences. Sleep in your very own design cottage and indulge yourself with tranquility and communal hospitality right in the heart of Paris.


In this 5 m2 spruce timber cottage, a 90 cm bed and a hand-picked collection of Finnish design await the solitary traveler. Take your shoes off, wrap yourself into a toasty dressing gown and make yourself at home. After a restful night, a traditional Finnish breakfast is served every morning to all our guests at the large communal table.

KOTI guests of a sociable disposition may enjoy the communal area.
An in-cabin entertainment package accessible via wifi, includes short films, documentaries, animations and Finnish travel guides.

Facilities: Single bed (90 cm), dressing gown, towels, slippers, electric socket, lamp, hand mirror, headphones
Shared with other guests: common space with breakfast table, two showers, two toilets.

KOTI is a unique design and culture project conceived and curated by awarded designer Linda Bergroth for the Institut finlandais. Cottages are inspired by the aitta, a traditional Finnish guest cottage. During 100 days, KOTI also plays host to a series of inspiring events throughout the spring. From concerts and talks to film screenings and pop-up restaurants, between January and May, 2017, KOTI is set to be one of the most exciting event destinations in Paris.

KOTI will be hosting events on the following dates:

- 7.2.2017 / 7-8 pm: TALK at KOTI / Hospitality beyond Home
Emmanuel Marill, Head of Airbnb France
- 8.2.2017 / 7.30 - 9 pm / Kaija Saariaho : Documentary evening in our movie theat(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)pm / TALK / Music & Space : a conversation with composers Kaija Saariaho and Juha T Koskinen

26.2. at 8pm:
Hosted by Bas & Bas dinner - French-Finnish neo-bistro with chefs Niki Thieulon & Kalle Kiukainen / à 40e / included in the price of the cabin

1.-5.3. Arctic Week
2.3. at 8pm: Sami pop-up concert / Oula Guttorm & co. / free of charge for KOTI guests

3.3. at 8pm: KOTI pop-up concert / Pekko Käppi / free of charge for KOTI guests

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Makuuhuone 1
1 yhden hengen vuode
Talon säännöt
Tupakointi kielletty
Ei sovi lemmikkieläimille
Ei juhlia eikä tapahtumia
Sisäänkirjautumisaika on 18:00–22:00
Uloskirjautuminen 11:00 mennessä


(En français ci-dessous)
KOTI is a shared experience that can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 spruce timber cottages. The communal cottage life requires a few rules and so does KOTI. Please read the following guidelines to make the most of your stay.


11pm – 7am Quiet time
7am – 11am Morning showers
8am - 10am Breakfast served
11am Check-out, guests must leave the cottages for the day
11am – 1pm Cleaning, cottages closed
1pm – 6pm KOTI is open to the public
6pm – 11pm Check-in, evening showers

• KOTI is an installation on the Finnish home. As cottages are part of this installation, they are open to public viewing during the day.
• Guests must store their belongings in a guarded luggage room during the day. It is not possible to leave them to the cottages, even for those staying more than one evening.
• Cottages are available for guest use between 6pm and 11am. During the afternoon, KOTI is open to the public as an installation.
• Showers are available for use only during the times specified in the daily schedule, from 7am to 11am and from 6pm to 11pm.
• As Finnish people do in their own homes, KOTI guests should remove their shoes when coming in.


• Guests can access an in-cabin online entertainment package directly from their own connected devices via wifi. KOTI entertainment will include short films, documentaries, animations and Finnish travel guides by Visit Finland.).
• Headphones
• Bathrobe, towel(s), slippers, linen
• Plug sockets


• Common space, shared breakfast table
• Fully-equipped, shared shower facilities
• Shared toilets


• Information on the terms of reservations and cancellations may be found at Airbnb. Cancellations are possible, but cancellation fees will apply.


• Children are welcome at KOTI, but should be accommodated within available beds as no extra beds can be provided
• The family cottage may be booked by families or groups of friends or colleagues (4 pax)


• Breakfast is included and served every morning between 8am and 10am
• Self-service tea and coffee is available from 7am for those guests with an early departure
• Guests with allergies and/or dietary restrictions should make note of these during the reservation process so that they may be accommodated
• It is not possible to prepare or store food inside cottages


• As in a regular home, the cottages are not sound-proof. Please be considerate of your neighbours, but also enjoy the uniqueness of the experience!
• Cottages are lockable from the inside.
• KOTI is a smoke-free environment
• Staff will be on-site at all times, so it will be possible to exit and enter outside check-in times (although please try not to disturb other guests)
• We are unable to accommodate pets at KOTI


• A Finnish host will be present every day at KOTI to assist guests with check in, accommodate requests and ensure a pleasant stay for all
• Guests will be served mainly in English and French, but other languages may be possible


• Should an evening event be scheduled at KOTI – such as a cinema screening, dinner or talk – KOTI guests will be notified in advance.
• Seats will be automatically reserved for KOTI guests who have booked a cottage on the same evening as an event.
• All events are held before 10pm


Emploi du temps
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7 h - 11 h Douches
8 h - 10 h Petit-déjeuner finlandais à la table commune
11 h les invités quittent leurs cabanes pour la journée
11 h - 13 h grand-ménage
13 h - 18 h Visite du public
18 h - 23 h Les invités reviennent à la maison, douches

· KOTI est une installation recréant un séjour au mökki, le chalet finlandais. Le public peut la visiter pendant la journée entre 13 h et 18 h. Nos invités peuvent y dormir pendant la nuit.
· Pendant la journée, les invités déposent leurs affaires dans un stock surveillé. Les cabanes doivent être laissées vides pour accueillir les visites du public.
· Les invités peuvent accéder aux cabanes entre 18 h et 23 h.
· La salle de bain commune est accessible le matin entre 7 h et 11 h et le soir entre 18 h et 23 h.
· Comme les Finlandais le font chez eux, les invités ôtent leurs chaussures en entrant dans la cabane.

· Un portail en ligne accessible via wifi depuis votre appareil vous propose le meilleur de la culture finlandaise : court-métrages, documentaires, animations, guides touristiques par Visit Finland...
· Casque audio
· Peignoir, serviette(s), pantoufles, draps, couvertures
· Prise électrique

· Le Ponton est votre espace commun avec les autres invités, il comprend
· Une table commune
· Deux cabines de douches individuelles entièrement équipées
· Des toilettes communes

· Les enfants sont les bienvenus chez KOTI, mais il n’est pas possible d’ajouter de lits supplémentaires.
· La cabane famille (lits doubles superposés) peut être aussi bien réservée pour des familles que pour des groupes d’amis ou collègues.

· Le petit déjeuner est servi tous les matins entre 8 h et 10 h.
· Café et thé sont proposés en libre-service dès 7 h pour ceux qui préfèrent partir plus tôt.
· Les invités allergiques et / ou avec des régimes spéciaux sont priés de nous en informer lors des réservations.
· Il n’est pas possible de cuisiner ou de garder de la nourriture dans les cabanes.

· Comme les pièces d’une maison nos cabanes ne sont pas insonorisées.
Pensez à vos voisins !
· Les cabanes peuvent être fermées à clé de l’intérieur
· KOTI est un espace non-fumeur
· Nous (vos hôtes) sommes toujours présent sur place. Il est donc possible d’entrer et de sortir en dehors des heures de check-in (avec un peu de discrétion pour ne pas déranger les autres invités).
· Les animaux ne peuvent pas être accueillis chez KOTI.

· Un hôte finlandais est à votre disposition tous les jours
· Nous parlons, français, anglais et finnois (et si besoin d’autres langues également).

· KOTI accueille également des événements culturels – projections de film, dîners, talks - les invités sont toujours informés à l’avance
· Nos invités sont toujours les bienvenus aux événements, des places leurs sont automatiquement réservées.
· Tous les événements finissent avant 22h

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20 arvostelua

Henkilön Mia käyttäjäprofiili
huhtikuuta 2017
Merci toute l'équipe! The stay was perfect: everything went smoothly, the whole team that I met was so welcoming, helpful and just generally amazing! Everything worked perfectly, the 1-person cottage that I stayed at was very pleasant and I was provided with everything I needed to make the one night stay comfortable. Special points for the breakfast that was delicious and healthy - and convivial with other guests too. I couldn't have hoped for more! This was an unique chance so I am very happy that I got opportunity to spend a night in KOTI. Thank you all!

Henkilön Hanna käyttäjäprofiili
maaliskuuta 2017
Unique stay in the centre of Paris for a good price for your money! A must if you are looking for an experience and enjoy communal living. Everything worked perfectly and the surrounding is serene and the atmosphere calm. Helpful and friendly staff from the Finnish Institute!

Henkilön Sara käyttäjäprofiili
toukokuuta 2017
The finish KOTIs are beautiful and stylish. The hosts are much welcoming, common, fresh breakfast brings people together. Must see and must do! My best AirBnB-stay

Henkilön Susan käyttäjäprofiili
huhtikuuta 2017
I had a night on my own in Paris and when I saw the Koti pop up installation on Airbnb, I thought it would be fun to stay somewhere very different and to learn about the Finnish culture. A wise decision. My chalet was so cute, the Finnish bed-linen so stylish and comfortable I wanted to buy some to bring home. The breakfast was really delicious made even better by conversation around the communal table. However, the highlight was the warm welcome I received by the Finnish hosts of the "Institut Finlandais" who showcased their country so well(URL HIDDEN) I was lucky to be there to enjoy the lunch and an evening talk/tasting session with Michelin award winning chef Sasu Laukkonen from Helsinki. Wild, organic, seasonal and Nordic food with intense flavour's and individual style, most enjoyable and informative(URL HIDDEN) So to all at "Koti" and Sasu, kiitos! Next stop Finland!! x(URL HIDDEN)

Henkilön Justin käyttäjäprofiili
huhtikuuta 2017
Fantastic but get in on it while you can!

Henkilön Harold käyttäjäprofiili
huhtikuuta 2017
really nice spot ***** I think you can only access it for 100 days after you can't go there. so be quick and try it. the breakfast is just too poor delicious and people are really kind. the spot is incredibly good, you can walk easily to the Paris hotspot.

Henkilön Kristin käyttäjäprofiili
huhtikuuta 2017
Many thanks to all making staying at this beautifully designed space possible! I really enjoyed being there meeting nice people and the superfriendly staff!

Helsinki, SuomiJäsen lokakuu 2016 alkaen
Henkilön Linda käyttäjäprofiili

I am Linda Bergroth, designer and art director of the KOTI experience. Inspired by the simple pleasures of holiday stays in a Finnish countryside cottage, we hope to share the delights of an aitta with our guests inside the premises of Torikorttelit. Six cottages made out of spruce timber and furnished with hand-picked selection of Finnish design are stand inside the jugend halls located at Sofiankatu 4.
We invite guests from all over the world to experience the warmth, tranquility and communal hospitality of a shared Finnish sleepover in then heart of Helsinki.

Kielet: English, Français, Suomi
Vastausprosentti: 100%
Vastausaika: tunnin sisällä


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