Luxurious Arctic Glass Houses in Rovaniemi

Tourism in Rovaniemi and Lapland is growing fast lately. Demand is high especially in high-quality premium accommodation. Customers from Asia and Europe value comfort and proximity of quality services and Lappish nature both at the same time. New types of modern and luxury accommodation have recently emerged on the Arctic Circle. One of the companies that has answered the call was SantaPark Arctic World.

Arctic TreeHouse Hotel in winter.
Arctic TreeHouse Hotel in winter. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

In 2016, SantaPark Arctic World opened their brand new Arctic TreeHouse hotel, situated conveniently just above the popular SantaPark attraction some 5 km from Rovaniemi Centre. The hotel features 36 cubic suites (photo), as well as 5 Arctic Glass Houses. The latter were designed and produced by our partner Kontio, whose log house factory Pudasjärvi is the largest in the world.

Arctic Glass House in Rovaniemi.
Arctic Glass House in Rovaniemi. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

The Arctic Glass Houses are located on a high slope and have a panoramic view towards the north. They also feature a large terrace which is a great place to enjoy nature especially in summer but also throughout the year. Each Arctic Glass House can fit up to 4 people in two separate bedrooms.

Arctic Glass House – Bedroom.
Arctic Glass House – Bedroom. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

A spacious living room is situated in the middle of each Arctic Glass House, providing a great environment for the guests. The stylish chimney will create an extra bit of comfort especially in winter time.

Arctic Glass House – Main living room.
Arctic Glass House – Main living room. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

Naturally, in every Finnish house there has to be a sauna, and it can be found in the Arctic Glass Houses as well. That is a great way to warm yourself up after the exciting adventures outside in the cold!

Arctic Glass House's sauna. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.
Arctic Glass House’s sauna. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

The control panel for the sauna is situated in the living room, next to the glass shelves.

Arctic Glass House's details – glasses and sauna switch.
Arctic Glass House’s details – glasses and sauna switch. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

Speaking about beverages and food, there’s a kitchenette in very Arctic Glass House, equipped with a stove, kettle and coffee machine. The list of amenities also includes flatscreen TV, minibar,  safety deposit box, air conditioning, free toiletries and towels.

Arctic Glass House – kitchen.
Arctic Glass House – kitchen. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

Arctic Glass Houses have a stylish modern appearance and feature exquisite Arctic Design items:

Arctic Glass House – Lappish Design.
Arctic Glass House – Lappish Design. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

In winter time the Arctic TreeHouse Hotel offers a convenient way for tourists to spot the Northern Lights. The guest can enjoy the amazing views of Aurora Borealis right through the panoramic windows in the comfort and the warmth of the Arctic Glass Houses.

Arctic TreeHouse Hotel under the light of Auroras.
Arctic TreeHouse Hotel under the light of Auroras. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

Rakas restaurant situated in the main building will cater to the needs of the guests.

Arctic TreeHouse Hotel, Rakas restaurant under the Auroras.
Arctic TreeHouse Hotel, Rakas restaurant under the Auroras. Photo by Alexander Kuznetsov.

Rovaniemi log house catalogue features several similar leisure cabins, such as Summer House or Charisma. Of course, our designers are ready to bring your own vision of a leisure house into life! Get in touch with us via our Contact page!

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