Levilehto Apartments is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Levi, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and a refrigerator, and Levilehto Apartments Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including baggage storage. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Ounasjoki - River for activities (1.0 mi) and Huippupolku, Peak Trail in Levi (1.2 mi), guests of Levilehto Apartments Hotel can easily experience some of Levi's most well known attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Pannukakku Levi, Káfet Cafe & Bakery, and Coffee House & Bar Levi, which are some cafes that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Best of all, Levilehto Apartments makes it easy to experience many great Levi attractions like Ice Karting Levi (0.2 mi) and Kid's Land (0.5 mi), which are a short distance away.
Enjoy your stay in Levi!
Quick response and extreme flexibility. Extremely flexible and perfectly located. Also on Sunday and outside of office hours response to e-email comes very fast. Location is perfect - ski centre and groceries are very easy to reach.
Stayed in a 2 bed apartment in early February for one week. The apartments Located slightly out of town, 5-10 mins walk from the nearest supermarket and a good 10 mins from the front slopes. The walk to the slopes is longer than advertised and can get tiresome when hauling skis and snowboards each day but lockers can be hired from the rental shop in Zero Point for about €70 for the week. Inside, the apartments are clean, warm and comfortable and kitchen well equipped for a week’s self catering with fridge freezer, electric hob/oven, microwave and toaster. Each unit comes with a TV, DVD player, free WiFi and much needed drying cabinet. Bathroom has a private sauna, shower and washing machine should you need it. As with most self catering accommodation, don’t expect soap, washing up liquid, toilet rolls etc unless they’ve been left by the last guest. The layout is a little odd. The main bedroom has two single beds positioned below a third bunk bed - there’s a fair chance of whacking your head in the night if you forget! The unit we stayed in had a log burner, although strangely it was located in the second bedroom rather than the living area so it didn’t get used. There isn’t a huge amount of storage space for clothes etc but the porch and bedrooms have dozens of hooks between them. These apartments may not be as pretty as the Levi Log Cabins but they’re quiet and make a good choice for couples and small families who don’t mind the walk. The resort The village is slightly bigger than others we’ve visited in Finland, with several bars and restaurants to choose from. Classic Pizza and Ristorante Renna are both popular. The supermarkets are really well stocked and you can find almost anything you want. Like other Scandinavian resorts, Levi is pretty snow sure and the village was under a fair amount when we visited. The paths are kept gritted but would recommend studs/springs for your shoes when walking about. The ski area Levi has the largest ski area of any Finnish resort, with a fair number of blues and reds to choose from (although only two black runs in the whole resort). The front slopes are all steep reds and not great for beginners - in fact the pistes are not that well connected if the main gondola isn’t working, unless you’re confident with reds. If you’d prefer to avoid them, there is a ski bus which runs between the village and South Point where most of the blues can be found. We didn’t use the ski bus but tickets can be purchased from Zero Point or online for €3 or €4 per day (or €4 per trip bought on the bus). We found three parks in the resort - one on the front slopes with a large half pipe and huge kickers and two on the south side with smaller kickers, boxes and rails. Getting around on a snowboard can be annoying in places due to flat areas on some of the blues. The top of the fell is connected to the front slopes by a long green which is particularly flat and cannot be cut short by taking other runs so prepare to do some skating. That said, the runs are wide and quiet, with several offering off-piste areas over unspoiled snow or through trees and with the right conditions, the fell looks stunning. We preferred Levi to Yllas and will probably visit again. …
Last month I stayed with my 7 year old daughter in the smallest cabin available at Leviletho appartments. Our arrival at Levi would be very late due to a late flight from Helsinki and with a delay it was even more later. The reception is open untill 8pm but a late arrival is no problem. As told by the reception on the day of arrival just before 8pm I would receive a message with details and the code of the keybox for the cabin. And indeed a few minutes before 8pm I received all the promised details. On arrival we indeed just put in the code and got the keys from the safebox and on the map above the safe we could see where our cabin number is located. So checking in is very smoothly even if the reception is closed. On our departure day we also left before reception opening hours but that again is easy. There is a box you just drop your keys in. As it was just the 2 of us I booked the smallest cabin available and it was a small cabin but it was a wonderfull nice little cabin. Actually exactely enough for 2 adults or 2 adults and 1 child. Our cabin was clean and warm and had a cupboard for drying clothes, which was very handy and it had a sauna and a fireplace. In the kitchen every utensils you need in a kitchen are available and a diswasher. There are cabins and campers on the site and when we were there it seemed they were fully booked, but you actually just see sometimes people walk and dont have the feeling its fully booked. Its nice peacefull and quiet there and because its between the trees you get a feeling you are somewhere outside in the woods but you actually cross the road and you are in Levi center. Amazing. The location of the cabins is perfect, across the road is a supermarket, cafe and pharmacy, snowmobile safari office and nextdoor also a snowmobile safari office. The Levi Tourist office is 5 min walk and Zero Point too. Me and my daughter really liked this accomodation and when we return to Levi would definately book Leviletho appartments again!…
I stayed in one of their wonderful apartments in the summer time. It's not cheap, but affordable, and you have all the conveniencies except maybe some better aeration (only 2 small windows with mosquito net can be opened). Fully equipped kitchen, 2 beds, a couch, tables and chairs, a small bathroom including sauna, TV, wifi, hairdryer and even a washing machine, and enough space to store your luggage. Very friendly staff at the reception which opens only at 12.00.
A little apartment....small but well fully aquiped furnished near the central area of Sirkka. .on top of a supermarket so that's easy to buy all the stuff we can need and hopefully to never have the need we are on the top of a farmacy as well. Unfortunately be alone the cost for the week appear a little more expensive indipendently from the period