Eurohostel is one of the largest year-round open hostels in the Nordic countries. The hostel is located in the vicinity of historical attractions in Katajanokka, Helsinki, just a walking distance from the city center. Eurohostel is conveniently accessible by all modes of transportation, whether you arrive on foot, by tram, car, ferry, train, or airplane. The easiest way to get from the hostel to the city center and back is by tram number 4 or 5.
All our rooms are clean, bright, and equipped with basic comforts. Each room has separate beds, a writing desk with chairs, and at least one lockable wardrobe. The hostel provides free towels, bed linen, a morning sauna, and wireless internet access. Across three floors of the hostel, you’ll find a self-service kitchen, separate toilet and shower facilities for men and women, and cable TV. On two floors, there are cozy common areas. Additional paid services include breakfast, a restaurant with A-license, as well as sauna shifts in addition to the complimentary morning sauna. You can also purchase Helsinki Cards and tickets to Sealife from the reception. The 24-hour reception can assist you with inquiries and program packages.
Eurohostel is the only hostel owned by the Finnish Hostel Association. By staying at Eurohostel, you’re also supporting the Finnish Hostel Association’s charitable activities.