This popular hotel boasts excellent reviews plus excellent value and is known locally for its great friendly service and tastefully decorated guest rooms.
The property is in a quiet wooded location 400m from the ski lifts and village centre. All the public areas and lounges have an especially cosy and welcoming atmosphere.
Guest rooms are located in 3 adjacent buildings: Crazy Reindeer, Flying Reindeer and White Reindeer offering a variety of room layouts to suit most needs.
Guests can also pamper themselves in the hotel's spa department or relax in the popular bar area with a great drinks menu and comfy seating areas.
In a quiet wooded location 4 minutes' walk (400m) to the ski lifts and village centre
The Crazy Reindeer annexe (150m from the main reception building) is where the Crazy Reindeer twin rooms and Family Duplexes are located. The main reception building is where the Flying Reindeer twin rooms are located and the White Reindeer twin rooms are connected internally to the main reception building.
All bedrooms have an ensuite with WC, telephone, fridge, hairdryer, TV, tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi or cable internet access. All rooms have a drying closet, except for the Flying Reindeer.
'Crazy Reindeer' Twin Rooms, 20m² sleeps 2-3 people, the 3rd bed is a single fold-out armchair bed and a walk-in shower. Crazy Reindeer rooms are located in a separate building 150m from main reception building.
'Flying Reindeer' Twin Rooms, 22m² sleeps 2-3 people with a bath tub, shower and balcony. With a double or twin bed, the extra bed is either a single fold-out armchair bed or a roll away bed. Located in the main reception building
'White Reindeer' Twin Rooms, 24m² sleeps 2-3 people with a private en-suite sauna. The 3rd bed is a single fold-out armchair bed. Located on the second floor of the main building which is adjacent to the reception building and can be reached by an internal connection. These rooms also provide a safe.
Family Duplex Room, 32+12m² (F5) sleeps 2-5 people.Twin beds in living area, armchair extra bed, twin beds in mezzanine with sloping roof, en-suite sauna and balcony
Good hot and cold buffet breakfast
Good 3 course dinner with choice of each course taken in the hotel's 'Taivas' sky restaurant
Festive Feast - Free to all guests departing in December (last feast Christmas Day)
The hotel has 4 à la carte restaurants which guests can receive a €10 credit for if they wish:
'Sapuska' Fondue & Grill restaurant serving Alp specialities
Ristorante Renna Pizza & Pasta restaurant
Wanha Hullu Poro Rock Café burger & grill restaurant
Guests should inform reception the night before they will not be eating the normal half board dinner.
5 Restaurants belonging to the hotel including the half board restaurant - see 'Meals'
Areena Night Club (200m from hotel)
Spa treatments (pay locally)
Free Wi-Fi and use of guest PC in lobby lounge
Largest ski area
Good chance for seeing Northern Lights
Levi is the most popular Lapland resort with good reason. In recent years its infrastructure has been developed to an enviably high standard with an impressive range of accommodation and a wide choice of excellent restaurants and cosy bars.
Its ski area is regarded as the best and most extensive in Finland and offers uncrowded skiing in an area of exceptional natural beauty. This pristine winter wonderland of snow-sculpted forests and glistening frozen lakes offers an extensive choice of activities including exhilarating husky, reindeer and snowmobile safaris.
Skiing amidst the silence of the fells in a mystical blue twilight with rose-coloured dawns and dusks will leave you with incredible memories. As the season starts and the polar nights approach, skiing takes place on the floodlit slopes. The whole ski area opens in mid February (approx. 17th) when the daylight hours start to increase and incredible skiing can be enjoyed throughout the day.
For a really unique experience try a night in a thermal glass igloo with a chance to see the mesmerising Northern Lights shimmering in a star-studded night sky.
Skiing in Levi
44km of piste.
Longest Run: 2.5km
Night Skiing available
Beginner skiing in Levi
Wonderful resort in which to learn to ski. Uncrowded slopes, small classes and friendly English speaking instructors.
Prebookable Learn to Ski and Snowboard weeks are available for complete beginners from only £269pp (Skiing) and from £301 (Snowboarding). They include:
7 days lift pass
7 days 'Blue' ski/board & boot hire
5 days tuition (1½ hrs per day)
Intermediate skiing in Levi
Great area ideal for early intermediates with wide flattering runs and no lift queues.
Advanced skiing in Levi
Limited challenges, but good off-piste snow conditions and Levi's World Cup gondola slope.
Snowboarding in Levi
Perfect for learning on reliable snow including a special "snowboard alley" and halfpipe.
Cross-country in Levi
Simply the best for all ability levels with refreshment huts and unlimited trails.
Levi has 230kms of prepared trails. 28kms of these are floodlit.
There are 18kms of marked winter walking trails. The 18km circle around Levi fell is easy even for novices, with possible breaks at two different reindeer farms, and can be extended a further 15km along the Ounas river to Köngäs, returning via Luvattumaa with its café and Ice Gallery. More challenging routes circle Kätkä and Pyhä fells with overnight stays possible in wilderness huts like Aakenuspirtti in the midst of a silent snowy wilderness. Several lean-to shelters, kota resting spots and cafés punctuate the routes.
Learn to Cross Country Packs from £179 which include:
7 days 'Blue' ski & boot hire
5 days tuition (1½ hrs per day)
Prebookable Winter Excursions
From £75pp Sharing, £99 Single
2 hour excursion (starting from resort)
From £49pp 2km, from £79 8km, from £125 15km safari
Lainio Snow Hotel and Village Visit
3 hr excursion (1½ hrs at Snow Village)
Available from 8 Dec onwards
Lainio Snow Hotel Overnight
Guided tour, hot berry juice and buffet breakfast
Lainio SnowVillage is located 45km from Levi (return shared transfers are included)
The Snow Village walls are made entirely of snow and beautiful ice sculptures adorn its rooms, courtyards, ice bar, restaurant and Ice Chapel.
Guests are provided with high quality arctic thermal sleeping bags, shower and toilet facilities, room wake-up call with hot berry juice and buffet breakfast in a warm log restaurant and a diploma of overnight stay.
It is not recommended for children under 4yrs to stay overnight in the SnowHotel
Aurora Cabin Overnight
15 minute drive away
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy.
Booking fee’s apply on all bookings and will be confirmed at the time of booking. Minimum booking fee £6 per person.
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