Best Turku hostels

Top tips for finding the perfect Turku hostel

  • A great way to save money if you are travelling on a budget is to look for Turku hostels that provide dormitories as well as private rooms. Not only do dormitories tend to be a cheaper alternative to a single or double room, but you also get to meet like-minded travellers that you are sharing the dormitory with. For example, Hostel Harriet is one accommodation that has four-bed dormitories, which are great for saving the pennies and meeting others. However, if you are travelling as a couple or on your own and you want more privacy, then at this hostel, you can also opt for single and twin rooms.
  • If you are looking to save money during your trip, then you should look for Turku hostels that provide you with kitchen facilities, so that you can save money on eating out. For example, you could choose Hostel Linnasmaki, which has a shared kitchen for its guests to use. Included in this self-catering facility is a microwave, refrigerator, stovetop and oven, so you’ll be able to cook up a storm whenever you please. This hostel is also only about a 16min walk or 4min drive from the supermarket, so you won’t have to go too far to collect food for your stay.
  • If you are arriving late into Turku, or if you are departing early to perhaps get a ferry to Sweden, then you might want to look for Turku hostels that operate throughout the night. For instance, Laivahostel S/S Bore is an example of a hostel that has a 24/7 reception desk, so you can arrive and leave at your leisure. It is also only around a 14min walk from the ferry terminal and a 9min drive from Turku Central Train Station, so you are ideally located for your onward journey, no matter how you plan to travel.

Where to stay in Turku?

Our map will help you find the perfect place to stay in Turku by showing you the exact location of each hostel.