See why so many travellers make Hotelli-Ravintola Alavus 66 their small hotel of choice when visiting Alavus. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotelli-Ravintola Alavus 66 offers guests free wifi.
The small hotel features shops, a convenience store, and baggage storage. Plus, Hotelli-Ravintola Alavus 66 offers a sauna and a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Best of all, Hotelli-Ravintola Alavus 66 makes it easy to experience some great Alavus attractions like Taidekeskus Harri, which is a popular military museum.
At Hotelli-Ravintola Alavus 66, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Alavus.
We stayed 2 nights here while visiting this area. The appearance on the outside is very dated but the nicely roomy remodeled rooms were a nice surprise. The tv was a flat screen smaller than most. The hallways to the rooms was also dated but I would stay here again without hesitation. Breakfast had a limited selection without pastry and fresh fruit other than a bowl of apples. After 3 weeks of traveling the breakfast buffets tend to all be about the same. The bathroom was also roomy and lots of hot water in the shower. Free private sauna for 1 hour when booked at front desk. Alavus was about 6 km to Tuuri, the shopping area.
I was on a grand tour of Finland and stopped by this small town of Alavus, with this hotel as the only option for staying the night. The hotel is built in an old 70's building with almost teenage staff and mould smelling floor carpets. I don't mind if a hotel is a bit worn out but that should reflect in the price as well. The ranges between 70 and 120 eur for a room are on par with good chain hotels in Helsinki, but there is no complementary sanitary products in the bathroom, the cleaner did not do the bed (only emptied one of the two trash bins in the room), and there are no light blocking curtains, and the blinds were stuck half-way up. There is no AC, just a vent sucking air out and it's loud as heck running all the night. They claim there was a renovation just recently, but I don't really see anything modern here except for the small flat screen tv and wifi. The worn out glass fiber wallpapers, showerheads, wood paneling, piping, everything reeks of the 80's. For a similar price there is a horrible kitsch hotel called Keskinen Tuuri, but at least that one is not all worn out. The only positive thing I found was that due to the nonexistent number of guests the wifi was working fine and I could achieve speeds of up to 1,5 megs per second.…