- Stunning floor-to-ceiling windows offer an immersive woodland experience.
- A chic hotel with modern Scandinavian design.
- Interconnecting suites or 2-bedroom houses are perfect for families.
- Spot the Northern Lights from your bedroom.
- Intimate suites are great for couples or honeymoons.
- The Arctic TreeHouse Hotel is a striking collection of wooden pods designed to seamlessly blend into the surrounding nature.
- The lighting at the hotel is also carefully designed to reduce the amount of artificial light in order to maximise the chances of viewing the Northern Lights directly from your room.
- The stylish Rakas restaurant serves up local, Lappish delicacies such as reindeer, fish and wild berries, prepared with a modern twist.
- The Arctic TreeHouse Hotel is conveniently located just a few kilometres from the airport.
- Private dining is also available either in the private “sweetheart” room above the restaurant or at a laavu under the stars or in a private woodland cabin.
- We can arrange an array of private activities for you including husky sledding, reindeer rides, snowmobiling and private visits to Father Christmas.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
At Arctic TreeHouse Hotel you are staying right next to Santa’s own home cavern SantaPark. It is a magical place of everlasting Christmas, where you can spend a fun day with the Elves and of course meet Santa Claus. You’ll find information about opening times and tickets, special VEP(Very Elfish Person) packages and our brand new Magic of the Arctic Circle evening show in the link.
There is so many ways to experience Lappish culture and nature, and astonishing arctic natural phenomena. We arrange visits to reindeer farms, reindeer, husky and snowmobile safaris, ice fishing trips, ice floating and even northern lights flights, where a plane will take you closer to this natural wonder.
Experience a true Christmas fairy tale in an exclusive forest location away from city lights. Weekly departures to Santa Claus Secret Forest offer a chance to discover the secrets of the elves and have an unforgettable meeting with Santa Claus in small groups.
If you want to get to know Finnish culture, sauna is definitely a must-do. Our privately located sauna by an arctic lake offers an excellent chance to enjoy this tradition – and perhaps to see the northern lights as well, from the luxury of our outdoor jacuzzi.
Here you will find our Lapland favorites for every taste, whether you are looking for an outdoor adventure, magical moments with children or a romantic one-on-one with your special someone.
Let us take You to Santa Claus Secret Forest, a special place where you can experience the true magic of Christmas, discover the secrets of the elves and have an unforgettable meeting with Santa Claus – with just your family and away from the crowds.
Arctic TreeHouse Hotel provides a unique blend of luxury comfort in the heart of Arctic nature, local Lappish traditions and modern Scandinavian design. In contrast to the meticulously designed accommodation and nest-like cosiness, the panoramic views from the windows provide impressive spectacles of the forest and Arctic skies: the Northern Lights and Midnight Sun can be admired from the comfort of your bed. Our exceptional restaurant serves culinary delights prepared in stylish surroundings using Arctic ingredients. Welcome to the Arctic Circle, unforgettable accommodation experiences await you!
The aim of the Arctic TreeHouse hotel is not only to provide cosy, luxury accommodation but also to be an engaging experience where you are fully absorbed in the surrounding nature. Each of the Scandinavian-designed pods is constructed to be ecologically-friendly and sympathetic to the Lapland woodland around the hotel. Their design features Finnish wood and green roofs adorned with foliage, not only to blend in to the surroundings, but also to reduce the hotel’s footprint. The buildings were even constructed off-site and then lifted on to the location to minimise any disturbance to the surrounding flora and fauna.
Morning in the forest inspired the interior design for our Arctic TreeHouse Suites. The gentle, warm natural materials combined with light shades enhance the nest-like ambiance of the suites. Seven suites have a kitchenette and they can be connected to the adjacent rooms to form a family suite. In addition to the suites, we also have five Arctic GlassHouses with two bedrooms that comfortably accommodate up to six persons. Each cabin has its own fireplace, sauna and kitchenette.
Arctic TreeHouse Suite
Arctic TreeHouse Suites have a high-quality double bed or two separate beds, and some also have a nest-like extra bed. The centrepiece of the stylishly decorated room is the panoramic window that offers views of the skies over the treetops. The beds are positioned to best enable enjoyment of the views while comfortably lying down. Facilities in the bathroom include underfloor heating and rain shower heads.
Arctic GlassHouses have an atmosphere-rich lounge, two bedrooms with high-standard double beds and an impressively fitted kitchenette. The lounge has a real fireplace, offering a cosy place to warm yourselves up after an active day of Arctic adventures. Cabin amenities also include your own private sauna and spacious decking area offering spectacular views of the northern skies. The sofa in the lounge is also a sofa bed for two people.
ArcticScene – Executive Suite
ArcticScene Suites are designed for ultimate relaxation and comfort luxury. The suites have a separate bedroom and living room, where the large sofa and nest-like bed can accommodate even larger families. The living area can be turned into a dining area using the movable furniture without compromising the design and air-like feeling throughout the suite. The bedroom has a custom-made king size bed and a separate wellness area for a spa-like atmosphere. The wellness area brings nature closer than ever with its scenery sauna and bath where one can enjoy the surrounding forest through the floor-to-ceiling windows made using the latest privacy-valuing technology.
Seven suites come with self-catering kitchenettes, but the Scandinavian bistro-style Rakas Restaurant (Rakas means ‘love’) in the main hotel building provides breakfast and other meals. The focus is on local ingredients, including reindeer, game, fish and fresh, original flavours, inspired by Lapland’s unique climate, although veggie options are a little limited. Breakfast is a traditional Scandinavian buffet, with the accent on healthy, fresh ingredients and prepared in the hotel’s own kitchens. The buffet table is laden with breads, croissants, porridge, juices, fish and meat cuts, while eggs, sausages, omelettes and bacon are served straight from the kitchen.
Rakas Restaurant, the heart and hearth of the snowflake-shaped main building, strikes a balance between elegant new Nordic cuisine and the survivalist foragings of cable-knit-adorned mountain types. Pike perch hoiked from the hotel’s own lake is served with Lappish potatoes and white-roe dressing, reindeer is smoked and salted or drizzled in a game-y sauce, and distinctive desserts include lemon mousse with licorice and spruce-sprinkled bilberries. Join the crowd for brunch on Sunday or have an intimate chef’s dinner for two, starring whitefish ceviche and flambéed beef with reindeer-horn powder.
The lounge doubles up as a toasty bar. A large fireplace is ringed by seats with fur throws slung over them and there are comfy sofas to plump down on, and wines, chilled and mulled, and craft brews bring merriness to proceedings.
f you want to give your visit something really special, we can arrange a romantic dinner or intimate festive moment to order, in surroundings that leave everyday life far behind you.
The charm of the hotel depends on its privacy and cosy proximity to snow-laden trees and crystal-clear skies in winter, and fell treks and other outdoor activities in summer and autumn. A very good restaurant is in the main reception block and local tours and activities are arranged with external providers. Clothing for extreme winter conditions – temperatures can drop below minus 30 centigrade in the depths of winter – can also be loaned. Guests are offered hot drinks by a fireplace on arrival, before being driven to their suites from the reception area, which also features an upmarket gift and souvenir shop. Spa treatments can be booked at the secluded lakeside Metsäkyly Arctic Forest Sauna & Spa, a 20-minute drive away, to which transport can be arranged.
The Metsäkyly spa is a 20-minute drive from the hotel, amid picturesque pines, but staff will drop you off and pick you up for free. Naturally, there’s a sauna, for all the in-the-buff birch-beating fun you desire (don’t worry, almost-never nudes: the saunas are his ‘n’ hers). When you’re sufficiently steamed, enjoy a hot drink – or a ‘sauna sausage’, if you dare – in the open-air Jacuzzi (there’s an edited wine and champagne list, too), book a Swedish massage or acupuncture session, or take a blood-pumping plunge into the lake.