Accommodation

There is a large variety of accommodation possibilities available in Jyväskylä. Limited number of rooms are reserved for conference participants in the following hotels (see them on a map):

  • Hotel Alba 50 m from Agora
    • 90 €/night single twin room (standard) / 112 €/night twin room, 2 persons (standard)
    • 142 €/night junior Suite (incl. private sauna) single room 
    • 160 €/night junior Suite (incl. private sauna) twin room 
    • Contact: info@hotellialba.fi and tel. +358 14 636 311
    • Please book by email or phone to get the ECAART12 conference price, do not use the online booking system.
  • Boutique Hotel Yöpuu 1600 m from Agora
  • Original Sokos Hotel Alexandra  1300 m from Agora
    • 80 €/night single room (economy) / 95 € single room (standard)
    • 90 €/night twin room (economy) / 105 € twin room (standard)
    • Reservation code "BECAART" via online. Reservations can be made from website  or Sokos Hotels Sales Office Jyväskylä tel. +358 20 1234 640 or e-mail alexandra.jyvaskyla@sokoshotels.fi
  • Solo Sokos Hotel Paviljonki 1300 m from Agora
    • 100 €/night single room
    • 110 €/night twin room
    • Reservation code "BECAART2016" via online. Reservations can be made from website  or Sokos Hotels Sales Office Jyväskylä tel. +358 20 1234 645 or e-mail Paviljonki.Jyvaskyla@sokoshotels.fi

All room prices include buffet breakfast and free Wlan. The conference prices are valid till 3.6.2016. All bookings should be made directly to Hotel, conference prices are not valid online (except Original Sokos Hotel Alexandra and Solo Sokos Hotel Paviljonki). Please note that the accommodation is not included in the conference fee and should be paid directly in the selected hotel.

Hotel Alba is situated next door from the conference site. The other hotels are situated in the city centre within 15-20 minute walking distance from the conference venue. 

For alternative accommodation the Jyväskylä Regional Tourist Information website is a good place to start looking. It is also possible to choose inexpensive summer hotel accommodation. It also pays to consider traditional Finnish summer cottage-style accommodation.There are three summer hotels in Jyväskylä; two in the city center and one just outside the city in the Kortepohja student village: