Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Luosto does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Luosto, a nice option for travellers like you.
Hotel Luosto is a romantic hotel offering a kitchenette in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy a fitness center and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Luosto. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a cafe, consider a visit to Restaurant Punakettu, which is not far from Hotel Luosto.
If you are interested in exploring Luosto, check out Amethyst Mine Lapland (1.1 mi), which is a short walk from Hotel Luosto.
Hotel Luosto puts the best of Luosto at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We stayed in cabin 805 for 2 nights as a family of four traveling with Canterbury. The cabin itself is exactly what I was hoping for in terms of charm and rustic appeal. It's quite cozy (aka small) but that is exactly what I was expecting for a one room cabin. Despite this, there is plenty of bed space for everyone to sleep comfortably. The fireplace was the highlight and we used it every night to not only stare at the fire but make smores for the kids. There are sleds left for use by the cabin and there is lots of area to play in the snow outside. You could even let the kids play while watching from your front window. For two nights, the one room cabin was perfect as we spent the entire day outside on activities and we were pretty exhausted at night. If we had been staying for a longer period of time, I would have rather had a bit more space to put the kids to bed before us but that is just personal preference. Even without the fire, the cabin was very warm. The hallway with drying cabinet was essential to help us keep our piles of winter gear separate from the living area. The sauna was a great feature for my husband who enjoyed it both nights. The bathroom is very basic but functional. The shower is an open plan with no doors so EVERYTHING gets wet in there when you are showering so be warned. Our cabin was quite a walk from the hotel lobby (where breakfast and dinner was served). Walking to the hotel wasn't too difficult as it was mostly downhill but walking back while dragging 2 small children was a bit of a slog. It was only a few days so we all managed but I would have loved to have stayed in the closer cabins. The food was included in our tour and it left a lot to be desired but we had very low expectations with regard to the food having read reviews ahead of time. I would suggest bringing snacks if you can fit in your luggage since the shop was never open when we were at the hotel.…
We stayed in a log cabin, booked with Canterbury travel. Canterbury travel was amazing best Christmas ever! Everything so well organised fun and professional. Everyone kept in character even questioned my self are the elves actually real 😊. All activities husky rides, reindeer rides, tobogganing, Santa visit etc all very good. My son aged 7 wanted to stay! Log cabin- lovely everything you needed even a sauna Food- was abit poor, we always had something to eat but if your fussy you may struggle. Drinks very expensive €50 bottle of wine €8 beer. We bought some wine at the airport going out for an evening to drink in the sauna whilst son went to sleep. Snow snow snow and there were lots of it. Thank you to Elliott and Matt our coach guides teaching us the elf song still stuck in our heads.... and for all the Canterbury staff best holiday ever!…
This was a truly magical trip. Canterbury were brilliantly organised the entire search for santa was conducted wonderfully right from the moment we got on the coach from the airport. The first two days are full on.. Food was very poor, it was unhealthy and had limited veggie options unless you love chips everyday. Christmas dinner was really poor and was like a school cafeteria. Bring your own food or go a la cart. Albeit we met some great people through the dining hall! As you are seated next to other families... Accomodation was basic but I didnt like the fact it wasnt cleaned daily, quick hoover and bathroom cleaning would have been nice, albeit we were told in advance- so not a complaint but would be nice. The program otherwise was so good that I was able to tolerate the bad food and unclean rooms... Well done Canterbury...…
Stayed at the Luosto on Canterbury Finding Santa trip. We had a five bedroomed accommodation, three mattresses on the top floor via a very steep and we thought dangerous ascent by stairs. Two single beds downstairs, beds not too bad, room very basic. There was no lounge to sit in evenings, only the small bar, which was not very comfortable, other than this it was in the rooms, fighting over the one chair pushed in the corner. Meals were a bit chaotic, buffet style, we are fussy eaters being vegetarian, but having said this there was always something to eat, mainly lettuce, tomato and cucumber, sometimes cheese but this was at breakfast time only. Nice swimming pool etc which the kids loved, but hardly a hotel chosen if given the option.
Totally magical experience- etched in our memories! Phenomenal seamless organization from start to finish and I literally mean to the flight back to gatwick with the charter BA pilots telling jokes, stewardess’ running a sing song and even playing games. All in Xmas jumpers, elf hats etc. But the days in Lapland looking for Santa and all the activities- that simply magically happened - wow! Our tour guide Mikey was amazing knew everyone’s names in a flash and had it all sorted. We stayed in a open plan cabin which was just lovely. And we did go for the Vaisko restaurant which was fantastic food and really friendly staff. There is a reason why these guys are no 1!!!!