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This is functional basic hotel in the center of Saariselkä village and close to the slopes and hiking trails. The hotel is a bit worn and the atmosphere takes you back 40 years. Friendly staff and plentiful breakfast buffet.
Although this time is not very hot for visiting lapland but the weather is really nice .
The hotel is comfortable . Breakfast and wifi are good .7 to 10 PM we enjoy sunna after 2 hours walking in forest of national park. There is...More
It appears to be the hotel choice of tours as we saw many buses here. The price was reasonable and the location was great. We walked to everything in town and across the street from the Santa Hotel where we picked up our Sixt car....More
Generally the hotel is shabby and needs a renovation. Breakfast was scheduled to end at 10:00 but 09:30 many dishes were already finished. We had suite and superior rooms and the value for money really sucked!
There are not many hotels in saariselka, so compared to the competitors, this is a good hotel and recommendable. Staff was efficient and friendly. The hotel provides all necessary services. However, rooms and hotel interior could see some update.
The restaurant serves breakfast and dinner...More
US$95 - US$220 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, Yes it has a viewing room, its on the 2nd floor. Our room was just along the corridor and the hotel do a room alarm call if the lights come out. We got a call at midnight on our last night and we pulled on track... More
Hi, Yes it has a viewing room, its on the 2nd floor. Our room was just along the corridor and the hotel do a room alarm call if the lights come out. We got a call at midnight on our last night and we pulled on track bottoms and toddled along to a heated room with a very large window. We had quite a good view of the lights, we saw them green in colour, but I don't know how that compared to anyone who went out towards the lakes (where a rep. on the return flight told us she had seen them - I forgot to ask her what colours she saw). Of course the room was fairly busy but everyone in good spirits, there are seats in there too. We didn't book for the excursion mostly because it becomes a very late and cold night, we were only there two nights and with a very busy 2nd day, we couldn't really afford the time or the energy with little ones to be out late either before or after a busy day! We were very happy with what we saw from where we saw it.
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As a family we went with Thompson's I cannot fault our treatment we stayed at the Snowflake hotel rooms were cleaned every day if you didn't want to be disturbed you just left notice on door.As stated before the food was... More
As a family we went with Thompson's I cannot fault our treatment we stayed at the Snowflake hotel rooms were cleaned every day if you didn't want to be disturbed you just left notice on door.As stated before the food was amazing and plenty when one tray empty it was filled up very quickly I had a very fussy 6years old who found plenty to satisfy her tummy I'm not sure what some families expect it is a very expensive holiday but you know that before you go _ _ _we loved it _ _ _ and if I could afford it as a family we would again next year P S Thompson's reps were very helpful . And did a amazing last night entertainment show all kids loved it