We booked two nights in the cheapest cabin (72 Euros per night). I'm not born in luxury, so we took this cabin. When we arrived, we got the key from the hotel 500 meters away. We had to pick it up, after that it was really hard to go into the cabin, because the lock was so old... Then we saw our bed, table and bathroom. There was a letter "Our cabin prepared 'Tipi'. Warmly welcome. But...the bed was not even made. Everything looked really uncomfortable and cheap. Then, the wireless is not working. As we asked at the reception, she said that not all the cabins have wireless. So we walked through the area, but we couldn't find our wireless...many cabins were not booked, so I think it's no problem to give us one woth wireless. I took a shower and I was happy to get wet...it's such a bad shower, there's only a bit water coming out. I'm happy that we didn't use the kitchen, because it doesn't look like usefull. Breakfast was also in the hotel, so we had to take the car or walking by feet for 500 meters. The breakfast was not good...a lot of fast food (fruits, vegetables,...) and it didn't look nice...not appetizing. We cancled our second night and were happy about leaving this place...I recommend you to search another hotel to stay in Inari.…
The cabin was comfortable and fine, and Lake Inari is beautiful. But all these ‘holiday villages’ with identical cabins side by side tend to resemble each other to such an extent that it’s hard to stand out in a positive way. So it’s a good place to stop by on your way north/south, but I don’t see myself staying here for more than a night at a time.
The cabins are mostly new, functional yet comfortable, spotlessly clean and well equipped. Although most people seem to spend just one night en route I think this is an excellent base to stay for e.g. a week to explore north-east Lapland. I stayed in a lakeview cabin without the glass ceiling – which in summer is more of an annoyance, and not worth paying extra for. However, in winter the aurora cabins are probably fabulous. One small blemish was that the blackout curtains weren’t really adequate, with large gaps and no blind at all on the window of the entry door. The only other defect was that the bathroom fittings were too small, especially the wash-hand basin, with the shower cubicle also very poky. But for what it is and what one pays, this place is excellent, and it’s 8.3 rating on booking.com at the time of writing does not do it justice.…
Beautiful landscape near the big lake. Peaceful, silent, easy to find. Owners are really friendly, breakfast is good. There is lots to see and experience near this place, nature is beautiful, your soul rests here. Cottage was OK, you skeep well there. Booking.com pictures werent so realistic, they had just iglu-photos, though iglus there are really beautiful!
Perfect to explore Inari lake. Nice service. Great sauna: worth the extra fee. Helpful staff. Comfortable beds and functional little kitchen in our cabin. Everything was brand new and nicely decorated.
Holliday village inari is located near a lake in which you have a high probability to see auroras if they appear, the location is excellent as well as the houses. I recommend going to the aurora sauna, the best I have tried by the moment in Finland. If you don't have a car you can reach inari by bus, it has a stop just at Holliday village. The best place if you want to go to Lapland
We stayed in a very nice wooden cabin, with the hope of seeing the Northern lights. Unfortunately the light pollution caused by neighbouring huts does not allow this. The place was spacious but not very clean. The toilet had hair in it, so who knows if the place was cleaned. Small touches are missing. For 112€ a night one would expect coffee and tea to be available and paper filters for the coffee machine, but these were nowhere to be found. The reception was located at the Visit Inari hotel, some 500m away. The sauna was booked out, it seems there is just one for this quite large place. Too expensive for what it had to offer.
Excellent and very helpful service. Close to the lake and village centre. Good access by public transportation. Great location to spot the Northern Lights. Nice cabins. Highly recommended. Thank you for having me!
Beautiful cabin in holiday village by the water. There's everything you need by walking distance and lot to explore in nature. Modern Aurora Sauna by request just next to the cabin. I more than recommend.
Fun winter activities (arctic night snowshoe hike, ice fishing with snowmobile ride, aurora camp, reindeer farm visit, cross country sky) with great and friendly guidance Comfortable cabins, with excellent location for Northern lights (if you're lucky)