- All kind of swimwear is allowed: swimming trunks, swimsuit or a bikini. You can hire also swimwear from the Spa reception.
- Parents/guardians are always responsible for their underage children. When you are swimming with children, note that the pools have different depths and the depth can vary within one pool. The depths are marked at various points at the side of the pool.
- All adults and children must follow the signs, orders, and warnings in the pool and sauna area.
Diving and jumping to the pools from the sides is forbidden.
Do not run or push other people!
Be careful – the floor might be slippery! The floor can be especially slippery near the outdoor pools in the winter.
Do not enter the water slide until you see a green light.
- Swimming and going to the saunas is always at your own risk. Consider your health and condition as well as that of the children you are responsible for.
- Wash yourself carefully before entering the saunas or the pools – also wash your hair or use a swim cap.
- For hygienic reasons, we ask that you do not wear a swimsuit in the sauna. It is also customary in Finland to go to the sauna naked. If you want, you can wrap a towel around you.
- Bringing your own alcoholic beverages to the dressing rooms, pools, or saunas is strictly forbidden.
There are security cameras and lifeguards in the pool area.
The lifeguards have the right and duty to interfere if these rules are not obeyed. And if the customer still refuses to do so, the lifeguards have the right to escort them out. Intoxicated customers are always removed from the spa.
We have created these rules so that visiting Levi Hotel Spa would be a safe experience for everyone.