The hotel has several modern, small-scale apartment blocks, which are located a short walk away from the main hotel building, amongst the trees (approximately 350-450 metres). Recently built, each apartment block has a lower and upper floor, with external entrances to each individual apartment. The apartments have two bedrooms: one with a double bed, which can be made into two single beds and one with two single beds. There is also a sofa bed in the sitting room, which can comfortably accommodate two children or one adult. Each apartment has excellent amenities, including wood-burning stove (with firewood provided), wet room and private sauna, drying cabinet, washing facilities, a small kitchenette, additional toilet and sink, TV and free Wi-Fi. Meals are served in the main hotel building and linen and end of stay cleaning are included.
The Kuusamon Tropiikki Hotel is situated on the outskirts of the town of Kuusamo, ensuring a warming oasis nestled amidst magnificent landscapes in Finnish Lapland. The hotel is an ideal family base with plenty to enjoy both inside and outside the hotel.
One of the main attractions for families is the wonderful pool area. The pool complex includes a 45-metre water slide, a pool for young children, a waterfall, water jet massage stations, two hot tubs and a resistance current river. There is also a wonderful sauna complex to enjoy
The hotel is connected to the Angry Birds Activity Park, which is a huge hit with families
Breakfast is served at the hotel and usually consist of a buffet of international cuisine with some Finnish options for guests to try
The hotel has three restaurants and so if you want something outside of your inclusive meals you can try Café Piazza, the Mango Restaurant or the Sports Bar which offer a variety of snacks and food
There is a small shop in the main reception area which sells tea and coffee, as well as other snacks and drinks
Kuusamo is nearby Ruka’s more peaceful sibling – nature takes a front seat in this place, whether you’re talking scenery or activities. Walking trails weave through forests of snow-smothered pines and vast frozen lakes. Or, if you want to spend some time indoors, you can visit the Hannu Hautala Nature Photography Centre. This exhibition hall’s the first of its kind in Finland, and showcases some seriously impressive pictures.