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Hostels in Finland
The hostels offer excellent value for money, as you only pay for the services you have selected. You can choose among several room types and sizes. The least expensive option is a bed in a shared dormitory. If you prefer, you can prepare your breakfast and meals in the hostel’s self-catering kitchen.
When purchasing an international hostel card, you will always receive a discount saving you at least 10% off your bill. The card allows access to other possible benefits as well!
Every HI hostel in Finland has its own flavor. There are hostels both in the cities and the countryside. Options include a historic manor house on the edge of a national park or a pilot station on a remote island – you can even stay in a former steamboat turned into a hostel!
The hostels offer a variety of room types, from dorms to private rooms, to choose from. Some might even include a private bathroom. The one common feature shared by all of the hostels is that they offer the guest a safe, high-quality hostel experience.
Hostels are international meeting places. Shared facilities provide an ideal setting for meeting other travelers and sharing travel experiences. Also, the friendly hostel staff will be happy to give you tips on events, amenities, and places to see.
In addition to accommodation, many hostels offer a wide range of opportunities for activities and a variety of program services. The hostel doors are open for all: to those traveling alone, to families and groups – to vacationers and business travelers alike.
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HI Quality and HI Quality & Sustainability
Hostelling International has composed a quality system, directed especially for hostels, called HI Quality (HI-Q) and HI Quality & Sustainability (HI-Q&S). Only certified hostels can use HI-Q or HI-Q&S -logo in their marketing.
In Finland the following hostels have fulfilled the HI-Q or HI-Q&S criteria:
The Finnish Nature League Recommends
The criterion for the Finnish Nature League Recommends label has been composed in collaboration with the Finnish Nature League. The hostels that have fulfilled the criterion can use the label’s logo in their marketing.
In Finland the following hostels have fulfilled the Finnish Nature League’s criteria: