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.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking