Yllas Saaga Apartments
Modern ski-in/ski-out self-catering apartments forming part of the luxury resort Ylläs Saaga Hotel with its excellent spa facilities. The slope-side property offers great convenience with panoramic views over the surrounding lappish countryside and the Ylläsjarvi side of the fell. Guests may use the facilities in the main hotel building included in our prices. The ski lifts, ski school meeting point and ski hire shop are just next door.
No. of rooms: 120
No. of floors: 4
All of these excellent apartments have a balcony and also include:
Shower, WC, sauna, drying closet
TV and radio
Fully equipped kitchen with oven, microwave, dishwasher, coffee-maker, grill and toaster
Linen, towels and final clean included
Free Wi-Fi access in the hotel reception
2-room Apartment, 43m² (A4) sleeping 1-4 people, with 1 twin bedroom and 1 double sofa bed in living room
3-room Apartment, 62m² (B6) sleeping 2-6 people, with 2 twin bedrooms and 1 double sofa bed in living room
The Saaga Apartments will always try to situate our guests in the block connected to the hotel but guests may also be located in nearby apartment blocks which are not directly connected to the hotel.
Apartments which are not connected to the main building have WiFi. Apartments connected to the hotel access have internet access via a cable suitable for laptops (free Wifi in the lobby).
Lift accessible: Yes
Lift serves all floors: Yes
Access ramp: Yes
Please call us for more information regarding accessibility
* Half Board upgrade available
Ylläs combines all the ingredients necessary for a perfect Lapland experience. Guests return year after year to enjoy its stunning unspoiled natural scenery, Finland’s longest ski slopes, an excellent network of cross-country trails and superb choice of accommodation, including our best selection of idyllic high-quality log cabins. It offers a wide choice of activities and safaris, including exhilarating reindeer, husky and snowmobile safaris. The skies here are especially clear, ideal for witnessing the magical Northern Lights.