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Arctic Star Hotel

Karesuando

Accommodation Details

Situated on the outskirts of Swedish Karesuando, the Arctic Star is a traditional and friendly hotel offering superb views over both the majestic Muonio River and the Kaarevaara fell. Whilst simple and comfortable, the hotel has recently undergone a programme of modernisation and has all the essentials you need for a good stay including an open plan bar and dining area. The rooms are simple and cosy, with room upgrades available.

Room Details

Lagom Rooms - Double (Small)

Sleeps 2

These value-for-money double rooms offer 13 square meters of space, with en suite facilities. Lagom rooms are inspired by the Swedish concept of 'lagom': everything in perfect balance - not too much, not too little. In short, these rooms, whilst compact, have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.


Features:  En-suite facilities - Tea and coffee in room



Fika Rooms - Double (Standard)

Sleeps 2-3

These double rooms offer a generous 15.8 square metres of space, with en-suite facilities. Split over two floors, these rooms are named after a Swedish everyday institution: fika. Fika is a time to relax, usually with coffee and cake, and reflect. With the hotel located at the heart of True Lapland and surrounded by sprawling plains of Arctic tundra, we couldn't think of a better place to make time for fika.


Features: En-suite facilities - Tea and coffee in room



Lagom Rooms - Twin (Annexe)

Sleeps 2

These value-for-money twin rooms offer 13 square meters of space, with en suite facilities. Lagom rooms are inspired by the Swedish concept of 'lagom': everything in perfect balance - not too much, not too little. In short, these rooms, whilst compact, have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.


Features: En-suite facilities - Tea and coffee in room



Fika Rooms - Twin (Standard)

Sleeps 2-3

These twin rooms offer a generous 15.8 square metres of space, with en-suite facilities. Split over two floors, these rooms are named after a Swedish everyday institution: fika. Fika is a time to relax, usually with coffee and cake, and reflect. With the hotel located at the heart of True Lapland and surrounded by sprawling plains of Arctic tundra, we couldn't think of a better place to make time for fika.


Features: En-suite facilities - Tea and coffee in room

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Resort:

Karesuando

Karesuando is a twin village located on both sides of the border between Sweden and Finland (Karesuvanto) with a population of just over 1,000. Situated approx 300km north of the Arctic Circle and located amid majestic, undisturbed and imposing scenery, Karesuando is home to Sweden's most northerly church. ​ The village is set on the edge of a vast wilderness where beauty, nature and wildlife abound. From the hill Kaare-vaara you have a fantastic view of Sweden,Finland, Norway and the mountain Pältsa.

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