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Hotel Tunturi

Saariselka

Accommodation Details

A wonderfully atmospheric hotel cosy wood-panelled public areas and good cuisine. All hotel rooms and suites are in separate buildings 100m from the main reception and restaurants. The property is in a peaceful setting 2 minutes' walk (200m) from the village centre, next to the start of the cross-country ski tracks.

Room Details

  • No. of rooms: 96

  • No. of buildings: 6

  • No. of floors: 3


Annexes

Rooms are located in several buildings approx. 100m from the main building


Rooms

All bedrooms in the Tunturi Hotel include free Wi-Fi, shower and WC, flat-screen TV (with pay movies), telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, fridge and hairdryer.


  • Standard Twin Room, 3 star (A4) can sleep 2-4 people in twin beds, and a double sofa bed if the full occupancy is required. All facilities are as mentioned above

  • Single Room, 3 star (B1) is sole occupancy of the standard room, with no single supplement

  • Deluxe Gielas Hotel Room, 4½ star quality, can sleep 1-4 people. In beautiful highly recommended deluxe rooms located in the excellent Gielas Hotel building. They have the same facilities as the standard room above plus a bath, sauna, drying closet, safe and balcony. For more details please see the Gielas Hotel

  • Studios & 1, 2, or 3 Bedroom Suites can sleep 2-7 people and for full description for Tunturi Hotel Suites


Lift accessible: Yes

Lift serves all floors: Yes

Access ramp: No


Only the Gielas Hotel building has a lift and is suitable for wheelchair users.

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Resort:

Saariselka

Located in the wild mystical north of Lapland, close to Russia and just a few hours from the Arctic Ocean, Saariselkä is an exceptionally friendly uncommercialised resort with a unique frontier atmosphere. With magnificent Arctic wilderness scenery just on the doorstep, it makes an ideal resort for an all-round winter wonderland adventure. The skies are often a deep hue of pink and purple, the pine trees heavily laden with snow, and being so far north there is a good possibility of seeing the Northern Lights too.

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