The price of the room is low (€45), but the quality of the room is even lower. The floor was dirty and the pillow terribly old and uncomfortable (didn't use it). The bed sheets are also very old. The room is small and feels like a prison cell. It was warm though, and the bathroom was clean, new and with strong comfortable showers. The internet is too expensive at €5 per day, and also the breakfast is too much at €8 for a hostel, but the food is nice. The shared kitchen is very poorly equipped, sometimes with no cups available. Thin walls, so pretty noisy, but at least it wasn't very busy in November. Basically, wouldn't recommend it, better to pay a bit more for nicer room.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Eurohostel - Close to the center, free wireless internet and morning sauna! Easy to come by tram and no curfew or lockout. Eurohostel is one of the largest hostels in Scandinavia that is open all year round. The hostel is located in central Helsinki in a unique part of the town close by the Market Square. Sights, shops and restaurants of the city centre are all within walking distance and the ferries from Stockholm, Tallinn and St. Petersburg arrive just a few steps away! ... more less
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