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Nestled in the heart of Levi resort just 300m from the main ski lifts and village centre sits Lapland’s largest hotel; Levitunturi Spa.
Nestled in the heart of Levi resort just 300m from the main ski lifts and village centre sits Lapland’s largest hotel; Levitunturi Spa. This property not only offers you a fantastic central base from which to explore both the resort and the slopes it has excellent facilities on site too. Indulge in the hotel’s Water World with indoor pools and slides or the seasonal outdoor pool, sauna and steam room. If that’s not enough, why not take advantage of the many spa treatments available which range from massages to aromatherapy sessions. Alternatively, the frozen lake nearby is the best place to enjoy the magical Northern lights which is, in essence, a fairy-tale experience and an absolute must.
Although there are plenty of restaurants within the complex and in the surrounding resort, the main hotel restaurant offers a traditional dining experience not to be missed; open until late, you can sit back and enjoy a traditional Finnish evening.
Guest facilities include, 9 saunas/steam rooms, Jacuzzis, fitness room (all free). Bowling alley, spa café, games room, laundry, Children’s Playhouse, spa treatments (payable locally). Lounge, restaurant with live music most nights and three bars (one with karaoke). Free WiFi access.
In peaceful surroundings, 220 en suite guest rooms are situated in 10 separate buildings. Rooms range from a standard twin, a superior twin (which features a balcony, bathrobes and slippers) and a junior suite (which has a separate bedroom, sauna, balcony and living area with sofa bed). (Supplements apply to larger rooms – please contact our tailor-made sales team for further details). All rooms have a television, hairdryer, WiFi, fridge and coffee/tea making facilities.
Every year more than 400 000 visitors come to experience the famous Levi spirit. This, combined with easy accessibility and broad range of activities, guarantee you a pleasant, relaxing holiday. The nearest airport is in Kittilä, 15 km from Levi and the nearest railway station is in Kolari, 88 km from Levi.
The first snowflakes usually fall in October-November and the skiing season continues until mid-May. In the beginning of the season, cross-country skiers can enjoy skiing on the 5.6 km-long artificial “first snow” trail, which is free for users. As more snow comes, 230 km of cross-country skiing trails are waiting for all skiers. Levi's broad fell area has slopes for everyone from easy ones for beginners and medium-difficult ones for the more experienced. Altogether 45 slopes of which 13 are illuminated and 13 with an artificial snow system, 21 lifts including Finland's only gondola, 6 children's slopes, half pipes and 8 slope restaurants are some of the reasons that make Levi the most popular ski resort in Lapland.
Unforgettable excursions also await those interested in snowmobiling, huskies, reindeer, horseback riding, and many more activities. The beautiful nature combined with different kinds of activities gives you experiences you'll never forget.
For the first time in Finland, the Alpine World Cup took place in Levi on 28–29 February 2004. During the winter season Levi offers events for every taste from culture to sports.