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Wilderness Hotel Juutua (Inari, Finland)


Wilderness Hotel Juutua (Inari, Finland)

About Wilderness Hotel Juutua

Tradition Hotel Kultahovi offers family-run accommodation in Inari, Lapland for travellers seeking mesmerising views of the Northern Lights or wanting to discover the Sami culture. Some of the en-suite bedrooms contain private saunas and offer views over the spectacular Juutuanjoki river. All contain a kettle and flat-screen television. Tradition Hotel Kultahovi offers free on-site parking and complimentary Wi-Fi. After expeditions in sub-zero temperatures, guests can defrost in front of a cosy fireplace in a common lounge or relax in the library. The Aanaar restaurant offers a picturesque view of the river and serves buffet breakfasts and rich regional cuisine, including fresh fish from the nearby Iani Lake. Guests can also enjoy a drink in front of a fire in the Juutuan Bar, under a big screen rigged up to a fisherman’s boat. The hotel is just a five-minute walk from the Sami cultural centre, Sajos, and a kilometre from the SIIDA museum. Ivalo Airport is a 45-minute drive away.

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    Arrival / Departure

    1. Check in: 14:00
    2. Check out: 12:00


    Saarikoskentie 2 , 99870 , Inari , Finland
    Telephone: +358(16)5117100 | Fax: +358(16)671250 | 

    Frequently Asked Questions about Wilderness Hotel Juutua

    • Is there a pool area at Wilderness Hotel Juutua?

      No, Wilderness Hotel Juutua doesn’t offer pool areas.

    • Are pets allowed at Wilderness Hotel Juutua?

      No, Wilderness Hotel Juutua doesn’t allow pets.

    • Is parking available at Wilderness Hotel Juutua?

      No, Wilderness Hotel Juutua doesn’t provide parking.

    • What time is check-in and check-out at Wilderness Hotel Juutua?

      Check-in at Wilderness Hotel Juutua is available from: . Check-out time is by .

    • Where is Wilderness Hotel Juutua located?

      Wilderness Hotel Juutua is located in Saarikoskentie 2, 99870, Inari, Finland.