My daughter and I stayed here on our way to another city in Finland. We arrived late but were greeted kindly and all our questions were answered to our satisfaction. I already knew that the Internet was an extra 2 Euros but the staff told us apologetically that the Internet was extra. One drawback is that the Internet can only be used by one person at a time in the room. The Internet in the lobby may be better but we didn't use it. The room was simple but the beds comfortable and the bathroom was right across the hall. Staff ordered us a taxi in the morning. I would definitely stay here again.
If you arrive late, you should be warned that there isn't anywhere to eat nearby. The hostel does, however, have a vending machine, and we made a dinner of chips and chocolate.
- 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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