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The Crazy Reindeer Hotel, known as the Hullu Poro by the locals, is centrally located within the Levi resort with bars and restaurants just 500m away and slopes only 300m from the hotel.
The Crazy Reindeer Hotel, known as the Hullu Poro by the locals, is centrally located within the Levi resort with bars and restaurants just 500m away and slopes only 300m from the hotel. With an array of activities and treatments on offer, you will find something for every member of the family. Why not treat yourself to a long soak in the hot springs and aromatherapy Jacuzzi after an action packed day on the slopes. Or try the purifying peat and honey saunas which will provide you with an excellent opportunity to escape and unwind.
When it comes to dining, you are spoilt for choice. Enjoy the local Lappish delicacies or indulge in some exotic Asian flavours. This season welcomes the opening of the Levi Tori Pub, a great place to relax and reflect on the days adventures whilst enjoying a well earned drink.
Guest facilities include a plunge pool, gym, Jacuzzi, steam bath, hair and beauty treatments, solarium, massage, aroma face, hair and body treatments, Finnish sauna, infra-red and energy saunas, salt room. There is also a lobby bar, karaoke bar, 24hr reception, room service, luggage store, internet, courtesy bus to the ski lifts, laundry service. The Hotel can also recommend ski school and ski rental shops which can all be accessed from within the Hotel itself. Perfect for beginners!
This beautifully traditional wooden building offers comfortable accommodation with WiFi, TV, refrigerator, kettle, hair dryer and en suite facilities in every room. Rooms range from a standard twin room sleeping 2 people, all the way up to a suite sleeping 6 people with its own sauna.
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.
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