Hostel Suomenlinna is located in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Suomenlinna. The charming hostel operates in a primary school building dating back to the early 1900s and is situated just a stone’s throw away from the Suomenlinna ferry stop. You can reach the hostel in 15 minutes from the center of Helsinki, as ferries run from early morning to late at night. The environment amidst the archipelago nature is peaceful and historical.
In addition to single, double, and triple private rooms, the hostel offers shared dormitory rooms. The dormitory rooms are mixed-gender, as well as separately allocated for men and women. Free WiFi, a guest computer, TV, as well as coffee and tea are available for all guests. Buffet breakfast can be ordered in advance. The hostel’s facilities are clean and comfortable, suitable for backpackers seeking new acquaintances, as well as families, couples, and friends. Common areas feature board games, books, and outdoor sports equipment. Children are catered for with toys, high chairs, and potties. A provided crib for babies/toddlers is available at no extra cost.
Suomenlinna sea fortress is one of Finland’s most important attractions, a home to over 800 residents, a district of the city, and a popular destination for locals. The island’s museums, restaurants, and shops are within walking distance. If you’re looking for a unique city hostel, Hostel Suomenlinna is an ideal choice.