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Hotel Santa Claus

Rovaniemi

Accommodation Details

Hotel Santa Claus promises a comfortable stay in the heart of Rovaniemi. When you're all snowed out after a busy day of exploring Santa's Village, the hotel's sauna is sure to warm you up. Afterwards, you can choose from something traditional or food straight from the grill in the restaurants on offer. There's also a great lounge bar where you can chill out with a drink or enjoy a game of billiards.

Room Details

Facilities

 

À la carte restaurant serving Finnish and Lappish specialities * Grill restaurant with buffet lunch and à la carte dinner menu * Two cafés * Lounge bar * Sauna * Billiards * Wi-Fi * Internet corner * Souvenir and gift shop

 

Room Info

 

Deluxe sauna twin rooms (four people) have twin beds plus sofa beds, air conditioning, heating, satellite television, tea and coffee making facilities, mini-fridge, safe, iron, ironing board, hairdryer, private sauna, and full bathroom. 
 

Also available: Superior Twin Rooms (four people) with twin beds plus sofa beds (at a reduction).

 

Superior Twin Room

 

For 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds plus sofa beds, air conditioning, heating, satellite television, tea and coffee making facilities, mini-fridge, safe, iron, ironing board, hairdryer and full bathroom.

 

Deluxe Sauna Twin Room

 

For 2 adults and 2 children with twin beds plus sofa beds, air conditioning, heating, satellite television, tea and coffee making facilities, mini-fridge, safe, private sauna, iron, ironing board, hairdryer and full bathroom.

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Resort:

Rovaniemi

Rovaniemi is the capital of Finnish Lapland. It’s a small, compact city that comes with a real buzz of modern shopping malls, lively bars and restaurants serving up everything from traditional cooking to French cuisine. It’s also got the rather big draw of having Santa Claus on hand – not to mention Arctic wilderness that’s perfect for snowsports and sleigh rides. ​ It’s Christmas all year round at Santa Claus Village, about 8 kilometres north of Rovaniemi on the Arctic Circle. It’s a novelty to send greetings from the Post Office here, and there’s the chance to learn about the history of Christmas traditions.

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