Holiday Club Resorts Oy, Saariseläntie, Saariselkä, Finland
About Holiday Club Saariselka
The family-friendly Holiday Club Saariselka is the northernmost spa hotel and holiday home resort in Europe. Guests here enjoy a picturesque setting in Finnish Lapland, close to Saariselka’s skiing and hiking trails and Urho Kekkonen National Park.
More About Holiday Club Saariselka
You’ve got plenty of activities right on your doorstep when you stay at Holiday Club Saariselka – you can enjoy a snowmobile excursion, reindeer ride, cross-country or downhill skiing, husky safaris, canoeing, mountain biking and more. Visits to Santa are a popular choice in the winter months of course!
The hotel itself is centrally located in Saariselka and close to a good selection of shops, bars and restaurants. Guests enjoy reduced price entry to Angry Birds Activity Park which is great for young guests and has mini zip-lines, a slide, games lounge and climbing walls.
Back at the hotel, the spa is a a warm and comfortable haven for all. Amenities include a large indoor pool, pool bar, Jacuzzi, massaging jets, children’s pool and waterslide. There’s also Sauna World where you can treat yourself to a traditional Finnish sauna.
The hotel offers a good choice of buffet fare at its Revontuli Restaurant and à la carte dining is available at Restaurant Rakka in Saariselka.
We can arrange a full itinerary for your trip to Lapland, including booking trips so everything is arranged before you even arrive. Please contact us and we’ll be happy to help.
Facilities & Amenities
Rooms & Suites
The hotel has 139 cosy and inviting rooms with amenities including TV, ironing equipment, bathroom, hairdryer and dressing gowns. Superior accommodation has a separate bedroom and living room plus a private sauna. Some also have a fireplace.
Restaurant Revontuli: The hotel’s restaurant serves delicious buffet fare.
Restaurant Rakka: A cosy restaurant located in the middle of Saariselka. Serves local specialities and international dishes plus there’s a special menu for children.