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at Holiday Club Saariselka

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... would pay for that if it doesn't include already. One big pool full with playing kids and one hot tub full of people. Nice...
We stayed here for 3 days. 3 adults and 2 children. Everything is very well thought out and efficient. No waiting around at the ...
... area by the fire. The water park was clean. The swimming pool more targeted towards children but we did enjoy our time...
Most popular question about the pool
Can non guests use the pool? We are staying opposite on Saariselka Inn. If so is there a cost?
Answer from Carol W
Jan 2020 |
55€ for a family

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Tiia A wrote a review Aug 2020
Turku, Finland30 contributions8 helpful votes
They advertised that superior rooms are renovated, but they have just updated some furnitures etc. The bathroom looked like it hasn't been taken care of, bad cleaning and old surfaces with damages everywhere. There was trash left from previous guests in our room, not properly cleaned.

We had spa included in our room price and it was nice extra, but would pay for that if it doesn't include already. One big pool full with playing kids and one hot tub full of people. Nice saunas though, normal, steam and aromatic sauna.

Breakfast, it's just basic. All normal stuff available but not so high in quality. Concentrated juice, flavorless scrambled eggs and partly burnt but uncooked bacon.

We got the room for a good price and during summertime there's limited options nearby. So it was ok, but nothing more.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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kazza73_10 wrote a review Mar 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed here for 3 days. 3 adults and 2 children. Everything is very well thought out and efficient. No waiting around at the reception upon arrival as all keys were laid out on a table for you to go straight to your room. The Hotel is very clean and in a fab location with it's own bar and open fire ( very cozy ). The food is traditional Finnish food but we could always find something suitable. I would highly recommend this Hotel and would love to return one day.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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wendyoliver wrote a review Feb 2020
Okehampton, United Kingdom42 contributions9 helpful votes
Booked 7 night stay through Inghams. Very pleased with central location of hotel. We had a first floor room. Nice size. Lovely view from large window. Nice and clean. Good shower. Beds and pillows comfy. Tea and coffee making facilities but only given paper cups so we borrowed a couple of mugs for the week. Tv in room but didn’t watch it. We were half board. Very pleased with breakfast choices. Breakfast busy but we always got a table without having to wait. Dinner was plentiful with home made soup and fresh bread. A salad bar and a different choice of meat or fish with potatoes or rice and veg. All buffet. Puddings nice but basic. Fresh water in tables. Good selection of different teas and coffee after which you can enjoy in the relaxing area by the fire. The water park was clean. The swimming pool more targeted towards children but we did enjoy our time there. There is a mixed steam room and two separate saunas note no costumes allowed. Small shop on site.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Mikael Schenk wrote a review Feb 2020
Roenne, Denmark117 contributions22 helpful votes
Truly enjoyed our 4 days here, great breakfast-buffet (more variety could be wished for + some Nutella), super-nice clean rooms, friendly and always helpful service and a perfect location... The pool-area was also nice after a full day of snow-packed adventure, especially the 3 saunas... The pool-area (with lifeguard) is mostly for kids though but still nice for adults and pool-happy teenagers (the 2 jacuzzis could be a bit warmer for the true spa-feel)...
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Scarlet_Peak wrote a review Feb 2020
20 contributions17 helpful votes
Came with Inghams package, hotel is vast in a banana-shaped configuration. Decor is typical dark Scandinavian colours and low lighting. Pool complex is large and best for families. Pool area is old fashioned, but kept scrupulously clean. Be aware that you are not allowed swimwear in the single sex saunas or the mixed steam room, you can wear a towel though. Food choice a bit limited, but tasty and well presented. Limited vegan choices. Main Restaurant Revontuli can feel a bit impersonal, due to size and the numbers they cater for. We didn’t eat at Rakka restaurant, which is fine dining. Beds comfortable and rooms large with all you need including a kettle and tea/coffee sachets which is a nice touch.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Answer from Carol W
Jan 2020 |
55€ for a family
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Answer from 924AnneTe
Dec 2018 |
Yes you can go there if you are staying in another hotel. Also Angry Birds Park for kids in the same building.
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Answer from gareth J
Dec 2019 |
Pool was free for hotel residents and we went a few times, Angry birds soft play / theme park wasn't free and was chargeable at 10 Euros per person including adults.
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RuairiPaddy asked a question Oct 2018
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom1 contribution
Do you have to pay extra for using the pool?
Answer from KatHT
Oct 2018 |
Yes, the cost is 20€/adult and 14€/children.
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JoeyJoJunior asked a question Jan 2018
London15 contributions6 helpful votes
Do you need to bring your own pool towels or are they provided by the hotel?
Answer from LOrbrasdittor
May 2018 |
provided
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