Hotel Hetan Majatalo


Accommodation Details

Hetta is located in the far north of Lapland, lying alongside Lake Ounasjarvi, with dense forest beyond. The village has an attractive church, with a distinctive slender bell tower. It has a handful of hotels and, despite its remote location, a few local services and amenities, including a supermarket. Many Sami people are still resident in Hetta and the village is proud of its heritage and has a small museum depicting the Sami way of life.

Room Details

The hotel rooms have all the conveniences: toilet, shower, television, radio, mini fridge, drying closet, kettle, hair dryer and comfortable beds for 2-6 persons.

Most of the rooms have second floor with two beds and a skylight window. Thus all of the rooms have enough space for 1-6 persons.

Two rooms are made specially for the needs of handicapped persons.

WiFi works in all the hotel rooms.




A quaint village in the far north of Finland, Hetta is a perfect example of a True Lapland experience and a perfect base from which to go in search of the real Father Christmas. ​ Hetta's surroundings consist of miles of snowcapped forest draped along the side of the stunning frozen Lake Ounasjärvi. The vast wilderness that encircles Hetta has been home to the indigenous Sámi people for generations, and because of this area's lack of commercialisation, many Sámi families are still residen