Best Western Rewards is the frequent guest club that has served the members since 1988. Rewards members can earn points or miles for their applicable hotel visits. Additionally we have special offers and benefits for the members.
In BEST WESTERN Hotel Kalliohovi, as a member, you'll also recieve these benefits:
Gold-level: Complimentary drink at our hotel restaurant
Gold Elite-level: Complimentary Daily special- menu at our hotel restaurant
Platinium-level: Complimentary Daily special- menu and one drink at our hotel restaurant
Diamond-level: Complimentary Daily special- menu and two drinks at our hotel restaurant
Benefits offered by the hotel are not valid with special rates or free nights.
The membership is free. Easiest ways to join the club is to visit a hotel or by registering yourself online here.
Show your membership card when you visit a hotel and earn points or miles for your qualifying stay. You earn 10 points per 1 USD. You may use the points for free nights at any Best Western hotel, high quality shirts... Just send your request to your club service firstname.lastname@example.org or call your club service's toll-free line!
Begin earning Status Match...No Catch® points at the Elite level instantly?and watch them add up even faster.
To match your ELITE status in any other hotel program, download the Status Match... No Catch form (EN), provide us with proof of elite status with another hotel program, and we'll take care of the rest!
Question? Email or call us at 1-800-444-7646.
This is my hotel of choice in Rauam. I've been in the city for most of 2013 with work and after trying the other hotels in town, this is the clear winner.
A very short walk from the centre of town (5mins) but far enough away that the rooms are quite. Plenty of free parking in front of the hotel. Room were refurbished a recently, and the WIFI is not connectable in all parts of the hotel. Beds are good for a decent nights sleep.
The staff are very friendly and helpful and also the restaurant for evening meals is one of the best in town, and probably gets overlooked as its "bolted to a hotel".