Kakslauttanen is a family hotel in Finnish Lapland, 250 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle. It’s a mere stone’s throw to the Urho Kekkonen National Park. While you are in Finland, going to the sauna is an essential part of your holiday. By the river, the hotel offers three different-sized smoke saunas. The two restaurants offer à la carte menus packed with delicious local Lappisch cuisine. Depending on where the accommodation is located, guests can enjoy meals at either the traditional Kelo restaurant or the West Village Aurora restaurant with its glass igloo bar.
The love for Lapland’s wilderness has guided the hotel in crafting accommodation facilities that showcase the region’s nature and the essence of what it means to live in Lapland. Although the cabins and igloos are located in peaceful natural surroundings, they all are walking distance from restaurants and other services. Admire the Northern Lights in one of the glass igloos or in the newly built Kelo-Glass igloos that combine the comforting warmth of the cosy log chalets with the views of the world-famous glass igloos.
Rates start at EUR 328 per room per night.
Photo credit: Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort, Lapland, Finland