See why so many travellers make Hotelli City Hovi their hotel of choice when visiting Rauma. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Rooms at Hotelli City Hovi provide air conditioning, a minibar, and a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Hotelli City Hovi guests have access to a concierge, baggage storage, and newspaper. You can also enjoy a sauna and free breakfast. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotelli City Hovi.
Nearby landmarks such as The Ruins of the Church of the Holy Trinity (0.4 mi) and Alfred Kordelin Chapel (0.5 mi) make Hotelli City Hovi a great place to stay when visiting Rauma.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Osteria Da Filippo and Pizzeria Riviera, all of which are a short distance from Hotelli City Hovi.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a military museum, such as Rauman Merimuseo - Rauma Maritime Museum.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotelli City Hovi as you experience all of the things Rauma has to offer.
Hotel Cityhovi is a small nice hotel next to the old town, so the location is excellent close to everything. Rooms were basic but clean, personnel was frindly, breakfast was good, everything worked as planned. So if you prefer a smallish cosy hotel in the city center, you may choose this.
A small hotel on the edge of Old Rauma. A short walk to most of the sights. Small but nice and clean rooms with a fridge, tv and wifi. Some rooms with a view to the parking lot, some to the street (might want to opt for non-parking). Nice breakfast. Very good and friendly service.
I would classify this hotel more as a B&B because it has no restaurant, and not all facility's like a hotel. Entrance is a small door, have to go up a stair to get to the desk.Room is clean tough and beds are good! Breakfast is also good, staff is making best of it. Some nice local products. Overall good 2-day stay
One of the worst hotel beds I've slept in Finland. Only one pillow, no alternative choices at room. Curtains too thin: you could see through. Very clean room and free parking. Good location and service.
Our family had a room for three and a room for one in hotel Cityhovi (City Hovi). Sleep quality was very poor in the room for three. It was situated next to the breakfast lounge. Clink of dishes and the noise from moving of chairs began before 6 am. I have never before seen that tables and chairs for a breakfast are situated literally behind doors of rooms (only 1-2 meters from closest doors). Besides, the traffic noise also disturbed in the room for three. The room for one was much more quiet but there wasn't any view from it. Actually rooms which have windows towards Nortamonkatu street have a nice view but they are noisy. Other rooms haven't views but they are more quiet. Windows should be washed, especially in the room for one. The spacing between two windows was full of dust and dead flies. The breakfast wasn't very versatile. They had a tea bag selection box but most of the choices were not available (cells in the box were empty). In our first morning there was a congestion during the breakfast time. We had to wait to get a table. Two other mornings were very nice and we could enjoy our breakfast almost alone. The service was very kind and polite. There was separate cooling air conditioners in both rooms. Bathrooms were renovated. Water temperature and water pressure were good. However, the shower was bad. The whole toilet was wet after having a short shower. The location of the hotel is excellent in the new city center and only 200 meters from the historical wooden city of Rauma. A free roof parking was available only a couple of meters from the reception. There wasn't any emergency rescue plan in the room for three. In the room for one the emergency rescue plan was incorrect, apparently old. I had a room number 213 but the plan said that I was in the room number 113 and that the emergency exit was through the room number 114! The plan also said that in case of fire I should call 0112. However, the general emergency number should be 112. The number 0112 could work from the internal phone system of a hotel but there wasn't any telephone in the room.…