Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Lahti does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Scandic Lahti City, a nice option for travellers like you.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage, and you can stay connected during your stay as Scandic Lahti City offers guests free wifi. Plus, Scandic Lahti City offers a sauna and free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some tapas can head to El Toro or Toros TexMex. Otherwise, you may want to check out a pub such as Teerenpeli, Bar & Bistro SeuraHuone, or Hiidenkivi.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an architectural building, such as Lahti City Hall.
Scandic Lahti City puts the best of Lahti at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This hotel is located right in the middle of the city. Although the house is quite old, the hotel is nice ja rooms are ok. Breakfast is good and it is included to the daily price. Short distance to everywhere in the city of Lahti. You manage by foot.
Pleasant and comfortable stay in Scandic City Lahti for two nights to play competitive golf at the Lahti, Takkula course. The hotel is very much to one's satisfaction as to the location and amenities. The service when booking was swift and professional. The breakfast was just superb and (take note!) starting at cockcrow, 6 am! The only bone to pick is the scarce information available on the hotel home pages for a first-time visitor; like where exactly is the entrance to the garage and on which level (P1 or P2) are the Scandic dedicated parking lots? Also there are issues relating to the Finnish sauna procedures; like should one take a towel along from the room (and possibly take it back - wet - to the room...) or are there towels in the sauna facility? These items should be made abundantly clear on the home pages for the visitor to get acquainted with in advance! Still, answers to all these questions (and others, as well) were given at the reception counter once one had driven around the block twice trying to find an entrance to the Scandic garage. An mind you; I am a Finn, able to interpret the local plaques and traffic signs!…
Had one of worst hotel nights ever in Scandic City Lahti. Hotel is in desperate need of renovation. Room was hot and no air-con is available. Wooden floor in the room was in worn beyond repair. Window opening was broken... just to mention few examples. Bed was ok and same goes for breakfast. So just ok. Nothing more than what you find in any std hotel in Finland.
I have used Scandic hotels many times in bigger cities and I thought Lahti city will be good stay for our family. But no! First we noticed very messy clothes on bed and on the wall. The bathroom floor was not clean enough and then the air conditioner was too poor. It was very hot day and the room wasn’t any cooler than outside. The only thing we were happy about was the breakfast which was quite good. I am sorry to say that we are not going there again.
Sort of ok. But a dissappoinment from this hotel chain as last visit in Scandic Mikkeli was so good. Here is no minibar in the room and even the ice machine on the corridoor is out of order - and not even temporarily as the sign is worn out and machine so dusty. The staff was nice. The breakfast was really nice. In Mikkeli the parking was included but here you need to pay extra.