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Reviewed 18 February 2020 via mobile

Not long back from an amazing stay at Harriniva Hotel, Thanks to Minna for helping to organise our stay with you, we had a great time! Stayed in a cabin by the frozen river with fantastic views, cabin had underfloor heating and it’s own sauna, which was much needed to thaw out after activities in the snow and late nights chasing the Northern Lights. The Husky sled ride of 15km was a real buzz, absolutely loved it! The Snowmoble ride of 30km was unreal! But the highlight of course was seeing the Northern Lights on two nights, we were incredibly lucky as they of course are not guaranteed. The staff are great and very knowledgeable and extremely helpful, thanks again Minna! Airport transfers provided, also, Extreme outerwear, balaclavas, gloves and boots are provided by the hotel, remember layers and wool fabrics. Amazing memories made here!

Date of stay: February 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
3  Thank CizH
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Reviewed 17 February 2020

We had a great holiday experience staying at this hotel. Rooms are cosy warm with an attached wet room. Food was brilliant and they catered for our gluten free friend very well. Wine and other alcohol was very reasonably priced and free tea, coffee and hot chocolate was available all day and evening. The equipment we were loaned for all our experiences was first class, very high quality and clean. You really don't need to bring anything.

Room tip: All the rooms have nice views.No lift so book ground floor (floor 1) room if you don't like to climb.
Date of stay: February 2020
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Reviewed 12 February 2020 via mobile

We are 2 couples who came to Harriniva Wilderness Hotel for a week of Aurora Borealis hunting at the beginning of February 2020. The trip was booked and organized through Responsible Travel in the UK who are very very efficient.The package includes a number of nighttime activities all designed to maximize the chances of actually getting to see it in all its glory. We were not so lucky in that respect as the weather and solar activity did not play along but...everything else is delightful. From the pickup at the Kittila airport to the check in to the amazing food, friendly and knowledgeable staff, the equipment quality and organization, the well planned activities, it was all a joy.
Coming back to food, it was way beyond our expectations given the remoteness of the area and time of year. The variety, quality, quantity and service were just fantastic, breakfast lunch and dinner. Imagine, grapes and Kiwi fruit in mid February in north Finland.
The rooms are big cosy and warm and they have to be given the amount of winter gear one has to have when temperatures can drop to -25C.
In summary, if you are looking for a winter adventure that includes day or night husky safaries, snowmobiling, crosscountry skiing, snowshoe walks, saunas by the river and great food this place is it.
It is remote and the nearest town Muonio, is a 3km walk away and has nothing much going for it except for a great hot chocolate menu at the Swiss Cafe which has a small photo gallery showing nice photos of the Aurora and some Lappish goods. Unless you need supplies you can't get at the hotel there is no good reason to go.

Date of stay: February 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank Novaliva
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Reviewed 10 February 2020 via mobile

I would absolutely reccomend this hotel to anyone wanting a winter activity holiday.
Everything from arrival to departure was excellent.
Very welcoming staff always happy to see you and friendly.
Our room was lovely and comfortable and lovely and warm. Bathroom had a heated floor so nice and toasty.
The food was very tasty we had breakfast and dinner included we were both very happy with everything we had. We also paid to have lunch as well.
Hotel was lovely and clean.
We also had included excursions Huskie safari and panorama snowmobile safari. Our guides were all very good.
The Huskies are well looked after.
We also booked to go to arctic sauna world at hotel jeris we really enjoyed it we did the evening and the saunas were lovely and quiet then I went for a dip in the ice lake. Very refreshing.
We also booked snow shoe and auroa hunting. Lady Aurora was very happy to show her best light show it was amazing and our guide was excellent he was called jan and it was his first solo group tour.
Also the warmth gear that is provided is excellent.
This holiday was magical I have memories to treasure forever.
Thank you hotel harriviana.
Absolutely fantastic.

Date of stay: February 2020
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank domino10York
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Reviewed 4 February 2020 via mobile

Chose to visit Muonio primarily to catch the Northern Lights but didn’t manage to see them. Lodging itself is basic but nice. All rooms are in the main building, but rooms itself have a wooden cabin feel. All meals were provided onsite - surprisingly good food. Standard set of activities which include snowmobiling, husky sledding (the best activity), snowshoeing at night and a (very short!) reindeer ride

Date of stay: January 2020
Trip type: Travelled with family
3  Thank janetypes
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