Located in the heart of charming Ruskeasuo district, MYO hostel has its own little garden where you can rest from your trip. Perfect for backpackers, solo-travellers, couples and big groups. Twice a week, the hostel offers the guest with a unique Finish sauna experience.
Average dorm price: 30.0 €
The Yard Hostel
The Yard hostel has a great social hostel with a friendly atmosphere and fun vibe. Perfectly located in the city centre, right next to Central Station. A huge common area is a cosy place where travellers can gather and hang out. Plenty of games are available, as well as the organized movie nights, tours and other outdoor activities.
Average dorm price: 45.0 €
Fun and crazy party hostel, with friendly staff. During the weekends guest can enjoy parties organized in the evening. Friendly and social hostel with original décor and great common area, perfect for chilling, playing games and meeting other travellers.
Average dorm price: 20.25 €
Fantastic social hostel with lots of common areas designed to encourage guests to meet each other. The hostel features 255 beds which makes him perfect for groups and travellers looking to meet new people. For a real Scandinavian experience, there is a free on-site sauna available for all guests.
Average dorm price: 24.48 €
Hostel Diana Park
If you prefer to stay in the heart of the party zone, Diana Park hostel is the place. Surrounded by local restaurants and bars, the hostel is great for party goers and real clubbers. Awesome staff is happy to share secret stories about the local culture and useful touristic tips. Free tea and coffee available 24/7.
Average dorm price: 28.0 €
What are the Party Hostels in Helsinki like?
- Best Party Hostels in Helsinki: The Yard Hostel; CheapSleep Hostel; Eurohostel Helsinki
- Party hostel style: social hostel
- Craziness level: fairly crazy
- Parties on-site: Bar onsite
- Pub Crawls: Yes
The craziness level depends on the hostel. There are quite different types around the city, and some of them have regular on-site parties.
Nightlife in Helsinki
Dont expect wild on-site parties in local hostels, but do expect fun and memorable stay. Most of the hostels are located in famous party areas, with local bars and clubs just a step away.
Basic information about nightlife in Helsinki:
Pubs and clubs closing times:
- Bars and pubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 02 am – Weekends until 02 am
- Clubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 04am – Friday and Saturday at 05am
- Average cover charge for clubs: free - 10 €
- Average price of a pint of beer: 5 €
- Famous neighbourhoods for partying: Kallio; Kluuvi; Kamppi
- Famous events or parties: Helsinki Festival – last week in August
Best Party Areas in Helsinki
Helsinki has several party districts located in the city centre and surrounding. They all have more-less the same types of bars and clubs, with a similar range of prices.
Party in Kallio
Kallio is a famous students’ area with tons of shops, restaurants, bars, and clubs. The neighbourhood is hosting regular events and festivals, especially during the summer. Kallio is perfectly connected with other districts and just a short ride away from the city centre.
Kaiku is a late-night dance club, located in the former factory. The place is hosting crazy parties with local and international DJs. If you prefer bars and cosy atmosphere, Populus is a lively karaoke bar with a wide selection of beers and cocktails.
Party in Kluuvi
Kluuvi is one of the most vibrant districts in Helsinki, very popular among celebrities and wealthy locals. The area has tons of cosy cafes, elegant lounges, and sophisticated rooftops. For late-night hours, Kluuvi has an amazing offer of dance clubs and pubs with live music.
On the Rocks is definitely the place you can’t miss. The club gained a high reputation thanks to the crazy parties, bar games, and live events and music. Just down the street, there is another cool place called Shot Bar. The service is great and the cocktails are one of the best in the city.
Party in Kamppi
Right next to the Kluuvi district there is another fun party zone called Kamppi. The area is the home of awesome waterfront bistros, hip bars, and LGBT clubs.
Mann’s Street is one of the most famous in the area, thanks to the vibrant atmosphere and wide selection of drinks. Just a short walk away, there is a popular Tavastia club - the place for true rock fans. Live bands and concerts are regularly on the menu for the past almost 50 years.
Dress codes & age restrictions
Compared to other capitals in Europe, Helsinki has easy-going rules when it comes to the dress code in local bars and clubs. Although fancier clubs might require a jacket and long trousers, bars, and underground clubs are okay with a casual look or smart casual.
If you want to buy alcohol in Helsinki, by law you should have at least 18 (for beer and wine) or 20 (for spirits). Most of the clubs have security guys at the entrance checking the IDs, so don’t forget to take yours with you. Although bars and pubs have less rigid rules, some clubs don’t allow entrance to the people younger than 20 or 21.