Wilderness Hotel Inari
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Wilderness Hotel Inari

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Wilderness Hotel Inari is located by the beautiful arctic wilderness lake, Lake Inari, offering breathtaking views and an ideal location for aurora viewing. Our newest resort unites an exquisite blend of comfort and our wilderness themed style with our signature services which we have become known for. Just five minutes from Inari village’s attractions and services, this top resort in Inari gives you the perfect setting to combine quality accommodation with pristine nature. The resort offers unique accommodation in 12 Aurora Cabins, 40 wilderness rooms and 8 log cabins, as well as a Lappish themed restaurant with panorama views onto Lake Inari. Wilderness Hotel Inari is the ideal base for your nature and aurora activities – summer or winter, go out and connect with the wild!
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Sauna
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Hiking
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Highchairs available
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Special diet menus
Fishing
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Room features
Housekeeping
Seating area
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
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Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
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3.5 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Romantic
Great View
Languages Spoken
English, Finnish, German, Norwegian and 1 more
4.5
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Nestled in a serene winter wonderland, Wilderness Hotel Inari is popular for its picturesque lake setting and the chance to witness the northern lights. Reviewers commend the cozy, inviting atmosphere and the range of activities like dog sledding and snowshoeing. While guests rave about the friendly service and well-appointed rooms, some have pointed out the need for better organization and more frequent cleaning services. Opinions on value vary with critiques on activity pricing, yet many appreciate the quality dining options.
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pasi4829 wrote a review Aug 2020
Helsinki, Finland
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you visit Inari - book this hotel! Everything (and I mean everything) was perfect! The whole hotel is very new, in perfect condition, decorated with excellent taste and class yet still in the style of Lapland. The location is amazing since the hotel is right by the lake Inari and has spectacular views to the sea, the restaurant (both breakfast and dinner) were delicious, the service was the most kind and helpful I have ever received. The room was spotless, looked brand new, also classy with a feel of Lapland and a 30-min private sauna (in a sauna with a glass roof) is included in the room price. I cannot complement this hotel enough - please go and visit and you’ll love it!!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kay C wrote a review Jan 2020
Melbourne, Australia
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This trip was 12 months in the planning and did not disappoint! As like most of Scandinavia, prices are not cheap compared to many countries but good research prepares you for this and it is fully understandable due to the remoteness and winter weather conditions.

The hotel and all the various forms of accomodation are excellent. To have everything on site made the stay very relaxing and the extra touches such as the ice bar on the lake for New Years Eve was brilliant. The staff are so helpful especially combatting so many languages and cultural differences or expectations. I loved being able to taste traditional Finnish food.

The weather and conditions were perfect to experience a completely different life style, the best snow season in years - glad we were their during this cycle. The air, atmosphere and snow are all the purest and clearest you will find anywhere in the world - so majestic.

The husky tour and snow mobile tour were our favourites and worth every cent!

Just remember the Northern lights are a rarity and what is shown in pictures is nothing like the naked eye can see so make sure you bring a good camera and learn how to capture it.

Cannot speak more highly of this hotel, would love to see it in all seasons now but I’m sure winter is the best.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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gagardener03 wrote a review Mar 2020
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Because I made my reservation rather late, I had to use two different rooms. I satyed in an Aurora Cabin for half of the time and the remainder in a Inari Wilderness Room. The rooms aren't luxurious but were very comfortable (you will need to bring your own body lotion and hair conditioner). In the Aurora Cabin it was wonderful to be able to look up into the sky from your bed and I was fortunate to have my cabin look out on to the lake. I love the heated floors to add to the ambiance of the hotel (Aurora Cabin has no WiFi but Wilderness Room did). The activities offered by the hotel are varied and I enjoyed the ones in which I participated. I snowmobiled three times (training, Aurora Hunt and 4 hour day trip), Husky sledding, Reindeer Farm and Sámi Museum. They cn provide you with cold weather protection (actually they are pretty insistant that you use theirs even if have your own). However I would bring your own wool hat wool/cold protection neck gaitor (I have no idea how often they wash the ones they offer). Keep in mind that wool (tight knit to minimize air rushing in) hat and wool face/neck gaiter have to fit inside of a helmet when you snowmobile. I bought HOT HANDS/TOES warmers as a back up to ensure that I'd stay warm (they also are very helpful in keeping batteries warm in extremely cold weather when batteries are quickly drained).
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Date of stay: February 2020
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007vcl wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I visited here with mum and dad to help out as my dad has Parkinson’s and his mobility is not great. As it happened he ended up using a wheelchair for the entire visit as the travelling really took it out of him. However from the minute we arrived the staff could not do enough for us. They were kind, patient and helpful even finding us a chalet which was closer to the main reception building. I was worried about going out on the trips due to dad mobility but nothing was too much trouble for the staff, no rush, no fuss, they helped getting him on and off the bus, it puts us at ease and made the visit more enjoyable. We were in one of the new panoramic chalets with sauna which was lovely but there needed to be lore storage and shelves in the bathroom, especially if more than 2 of you staying in there. There is some tea, coffee and a kettle but not enough to see us through 2 days as housekeeping is every other day so we ran out after 1 day. The sofa bed was actually quite cosy, I just wish the outside lights were motion sensored like on the aurora cabins as it always felt a bit light looking out.
We did the trip to the reindeer farm which was lovely and also to the Sámi museum. It was interesting but sadly i felt this trip was very overpriced. I booked through the hotel and it was about €75 each which said it included lunch and transport. The museum is 10 minutes away if that and I saw in the museum website that the entry fee for an adult was €10. We had lunch before we left and were full board and there was no mention of food in the cafe so I am not sure why the trip was so so expensive.
All in all, a once in a lifetime trip for my parents and we got to see the northern lights twice so perfect really.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Kate H wrote a review Feb 2020
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at the Wilderness Hotel Inari for 3 nights in a standard hotel room.
The room was clean and comfortable with all basic amenities. The extractor fan in the bathroom wasn’t working but other than that, everything was more than satisfactory.

Staff were pleasant and helpful, in particular the Activity leaders/ booking team, who were informative and interesting.
We did the 4 hour snow mobile Safari with Paarsi (I doubt I’ve spelt this right but he deserves a mention as he was a great guide!) This activity was fantastic! We ventured into the wilderness for 1.5-2 hours before stopping for reindeer soup and hot drinks. We then drove back the same way as the sun set, meaning we got to experience the adventure during the dark too.
We also did the husky ride where you are taken to a private husky farm. The staff here were also lovely but I have to admit that I have concerns about the welfare of the dogs. Despite being very keen to run, their enclosures were full of faeces and some of the dogs looked rather thin. For the cost of the activity I’d have expected better care taken of the dogs themselves. 😔
We used the hotel winter overalls over the top of our thick winter coats which was vital when temperatures reached -25 degrees. They were clean & of good quality. We felt the activities were overpriced but a necessary expenditure as there isn’t much else do!
On the clearest night of our stay we decided to hire the Aurora alarm for €10. At 10pm it started buzzing so we ran outside to witness the Northern Lights above frozen Lake Inari. This was the best spent money of our entire trip and we would definitely recommend hiring one.

The food was delicious. The buffet breakfast and lunch provided a good variety of options, most of which were very tasty. For dinner we opted for the reindeer fillet on the a la carte menu which was phenomenal, one of the best meals I’ve had in a long time. On our final night we went to PapaNa in Inari Village where we had a few beers, reindeer burger and reindeer pizza. Prices were more reasonable than the hotel and it felt like we were experiencing a taste of Inari life as many of the locals were there. The bar itself is a little tired and rough around the edges but very clean and welcoming.

Overall, an enjoyable stay in an incredible location.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Pirita993, Guest relations at Wilderness Hotel Inari
Responded 17 Feb 2020
Dear katehH6493GA, First things first: thank you for your visit to us! We are happy to hear that you were satisfied with your stay in our starndard wilderness room. Thank you for your review also regarding the activities. We are happy to hear that you enjoyed your time on the snowmobiles with our guide. Great news are also that the Aurora Alarm was worth it! We are so happy for you that you saw the lights during your stay in Lapland. It is also nice to hear that you liked the food at the restaurant. It is important to eat well when you spend lot of your time outdoors and our activities are quite active so it is important that you don't go outside hungry! We are pleased to hear your thoughts about your stay with us. It is important for us to hear all the good but also the issues during their stay so we know how we can improve in future. You are warmly welcome to visit us again if visiting Lapland With the best regards, Pirita Nellim Wilderness Hotels & Safaris
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Team Charlie wrote a review Nov 2020
London, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
There were some things about this hotel that we really liked, and some things we were less keen on. The hotel itself is nicely done, and well kept. We had a spacious chalet room with a view over the lake which was great, though the room layout was a bit weird and we’d recommend that they install blinds on all of the windows otherwise neighbours can see you going to the bathroom at night! The activities were well organised and easily accessible, with free equipment/clothing - it’s sort of like staying at a hotel with an activity centre attached - and the instructors were very friendly. We particularly enjoyed snowmobiling and husky sledging. The only activity we were disappointed by was aurora by car. We were unlucky not to see anything but obviously that’s not the hotel’s fault - what we felt disappointed by is that the trip cost around £100 per person and effectively consisted of driving up a straight road from the hotel for an hour and a half and back again. We had a car so we could have done that ourselves for free! We had a general sense throughout our stay that the hotel was trying to squeeze as much money out of us as possible, for example by charging ten euro for an overnight aurora buzzer, an equivalent of which we got for free at both the other Lapland hotels we stayed at. The food was mediocre (for dinner the a la carte was much better then buffet so go for that if you can). Although we had a fun time, and saw the northern lights from the lake one night, we were glad only to be staying two nights and then heading to Levi for a change of scene.
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Date of stay: February 2020
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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ineedaholnow wrote a review Jan 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We travelled via Helsinki Friday 10th Jan (stayed in Glo hotel overnight to make early flight to ivalo). We booked our transfer via Visit Inari, much cheaper than via hotel and he allowed us to go to the supermarket en route. We planned to buy some gin or wine but the supermarkets only sell alcohol up to 5.5%.

We arrived at 10.00am which was too early to check in. Thankfully they allowed us to get our boots early (you can rent your boots, mits and snow onesee from the hotel for €20) and we walked into Inari.

It took around 30 mins at a fast pace into Inari. We ate at Papana. Excellent pizza €11.50 and was enough to share between 2. We also visited the museum which gave a lot of info re Sami culture.

We booked an aurora cabin. Plenty of low light (lamp and dimmer light under window). Everything is brand new and clean. There is a kettle with tea, coffee and powdered milk. Only nit pick I’d make it the cups were paper and glasses plastic, hardly what you’d expect from charging over €300 per night. Didn’t see the aurora at all from the hotel during our stay but I’m told it is possible.

Breakfast is excellent, lots to choose from. The juice is activated from an iPad and tap! The buffet is nice but we preferred the a la carte, especially the steak and homemade chips!

Regarding trips, we chose the snow mobiling at night (pic2 below). Aurora difficult to see with naked eye...they look like clouds! Use night mode with new iPhones or cameras with long exposure. We also went on husky safari...brilliant! You drive your own sleigh! When we arrived they were howling and seemed agitated but we later realised they just wanted to run! When we returned, all dogs were ever so gentle and liked to be petted. The puppies were adorable!

Overall, we’ve very much enjoyed our trip! It’s not been cheap but this was a once in a lifetime holiday and didn’t disappoint!
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Regular_UK_Traveller wrote a review Jan 2020
London
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Where do I start..

Firstly all the negative or poor reviews are unfair.. I have read things from unfriendly staff to its really expensive.

Yes it is expensive, especially for UK travellers, but all prices are available on the site prior to booking. With regards to the staff from the activity desk, reception, bar, tour guides and restaurant, you could not ask for a friendlier bunch.

Tour guides are very helpful with northern lights and honest with the forecast. Not to pushy either.

The lovely ladies on reception are very helpful with all enquireies and on the one occassion their was an issue, the activity manager and reservation desk were quick to resolve our issue and even gave us a complementory drink at the bar as a gesture of good will.

Rooms are clean, tidy and the good is good.

Activities for my family were good, but not cheap, but then again we come from UK and the euro against the pound is not that good for us.

I think the rooms could have been cleaned more and beds made as we never had a visit from room service, but that is a minor complaint if I had one.

I defo recommend the multi room lodges with the log fires, A La Carte Menu over Buffet, the Aurora Camp, Husky Farm and the Snow Mobiles activities.

All in all, good freindly hotel with excellent service with someone always at hand to helpout when help is required. The other guests are also all very friendly and good to share a beer with !!
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Date of stay: January 2020
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lea63 wrote a review Jan 2020
Australia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at Inari for two nights before going to their sister property Muotka for a further 4 nights.

We stayed in the wilderness room which was a motel style room with wifi.

The clothing provided was excellent and the boots were very comfortable and warm with 2 pairs of socks.

You can walk into the town along a path next to the road. In town you can visit the local museum which was good for an hour or so. The town also has an excellent souvenir shop. It’s huge and one of the best we saw. There is also a pizza place that does lunches and a couple of supermarkets. At night there is a mini ice sculpture park which charges entry.

At the resort we had the meal package the food was buffet style but excellent the ice cream buffet was my favourite dessert night. You can also order from the menu.

We did the ice fishing which was good fun and we got to visit an old church as part of the activity.

You can hire bikes as well, it might have been nice if they were complimentary for people who booked the full package.

The sitting areas at Inari are great nicer and more spacious than Muotka with fire places, games and lots of seating options.

Our transfers were smooth and the staff friendly. Having a map of possible walks and how long they take would be handy. The booklet in the room telling you what gear to where for which activity was helpful and should be on the rooms in Muotka as well.

We had a great time I would highly recommend visiting.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Sandy M wrote a review Sept 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed two days and wish we could have stayed more! This place is absolutely stunning and beautifully set in the wilderness. Most of the decor is all natural and uses material found in the forest. We stayed in an Aurora Cabin, which was beautiful and had one of the most comfortable beds I've ever slept in. We didn't see the Northern Lights (too early in season), but the cabin was so spacious and comfortable. It had plenty of furniture, shelves, drawers, and hooks for items. This was the only place during our trip to provide a suitcase stand, which is appreciated. The cabin offers a tea kettle with provided instant coffee and tea bags and an en suite bathroom with shower. There is no WiFi or TV in the cabin, but this gives you a chance to relax. The resort also offers a free breakfast buffet with gluten free and vegan options, and WiFi in the main building. There is also a restaurant for dinner (I recommend the mushroom soup) and you can rent bikes and boats for exploring the area. The lake is gorgeous with ample swimming and views. You also get a free visit to the sauna with your stay. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I would 100% recommend this place to stay in Inari.
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Date of stay: August 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Answer from Martin M
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yes, try to take not the cabin, its to small for 4 Persons and the chalet is more comfortable. Yes, I really recommend it, also for children
Answer from Stéphane L
Paris, France33 contributions52 helpful votes
Not sure really, we were there in June and didn’t inquire for snow gear. How about asking them directly? Best
Answer from TuuliJh
Sotkamo, Finland13 contributions4 helpful votes
The drinks were the normal Finnish restaurant prizes: pint 7-10€, wine glass 9-17€ a glass and cocktails 11-15€. You've probably got to experience this already, but if not enjoy your stay!
Answer from 1001night
Beirut, Lebanon469 contributions253 helpful votes
From Inari, I guess it would be too far for a day trip to the Ice Hotel but you could arrange it as an added day to your trip. King crab fishing is not available as an activity at the hotel
DayTrip601472 wrote a tip Jun 2024
5 contributions1 helpful vote
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Wouldn't stay for second stay if travelled in summer."
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Wim D wrote a tip Jun 2024
Katwijk, The Netherlands1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Not applicable in summer"
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532cathym wrote a tip Apr 2024
Tiburon, California13 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Bring layers to stay warm, a deck of cards or game is nice to have (they have games too), tripod for your camera."
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Erin L wrote a tip Apr 2024
155 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you are staying in the Aurora cabins try to get the ones right on the lake to avoid the automatic lights."
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Laura wrote a tip Apr 2024
2 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rather look for a cozy airbnb"
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PRICE RANGE
€131 - €149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Wilderness Hotel Inari
Which popular attractions are close to Wilderness Hotel Inari?
Nearby attractions include Siida - Sami Museum and Nature Center (3.2 km), Pielpajarvi Wilderness Church (2.4 km), and Reindeer Farm Renniina Inari (1.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Wilderness Hotel Inari?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Wilderness Hotel Inari?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Wilderness Hotel Inari?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Wilderness Hotel Inari?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurant Aanaar, Restaurant Aurora, and Papana.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Wilderness Hotel Inari?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Does Wilderness Hotel Inari have airport transportation?
Yes, Wilderness Hotel Inari offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Wilderness Hotel Inari offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Wilderness Hotel Inari?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish.
Does Wilderness Hotel Inari have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the lake view available here.
Is Wilderness Hotel Inari accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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