Ahhhhh, where do you start with the best western Unna & Mannu. We stayed here for 3 nights early december 2014. The best western is situated right across from the ski slopes, if you have kids you wil... more
Ahhhhh, where do you start with the best western Unna & Mannu. We stayed here for 3 nights early december 2014. The best western is situated right across from the ski slopes, if you have kids you will spend a lot of time here on the sleds. The whole of Levi itself is really nice, i could go on about the surrounding areas, but just to keep this about the hotel.
The hotel is split into ( from memory ) 3 buiildings the main building, another one which i cant remember the name of and Unna & Mannu. Unna & Mannu are the larger apartments we stayed in a 3 bedroom lodge style apartment which was fantastic, everything you need in terms of kitchen equipment, towels etc all in place. my only small complaint would be the lack of help with bags from the main reception to our room, it was not much of a problem and i could see they only had 1 staff on reception, if they did have a bellboy it would have topped it off and just made things run a little easier in my opinion. The hotel cafe situated next to the reception looked nice but at 20 euro per person for what looked like a plate of cold meats i never ate there, that being said though Finland is not cheap. Ive done a lot of travelling but Finland is by far the most expensive place ive been. So eating out etc...you need to bring a lot of $$. Back to the hotel, we stayed in a fantastic Unna / Mannu apartment, it was split onto 2 floors and had 3 bedrooms with a sauna, fantastic place lovely views of the ski slopes from the sauna too
Rooms - clean and spacious, i can only comment on the unna and mannu i never seen the studios, i would imagine they are small, the 3 bed apartments are huge with a great view from either side.
If you are staying in Levi i wouldhighly recommend the Best Western Levi less