Arrive in Kittila
Santa's elves will take you to your hotel in Levi, Pallas or Yllas. You'll pick up snow clothes on the way to the resort. Then, you'll have a free afternoon to get a feel for your surroundings. Grab a toboggan and make a beeline for the snow, or take a walk through the snowy countryside.
Get a crash course in Lappish culture
On this activity, you’ll take a short husky sleigh ride, and have a go being pulled on a sleigh from the back of a snowmobile. You can pay a bit extra to see an Arctic Circle crossing ceremony, too. You can spend the rest of day however you like – wrap up and play in the snow or relax in your hotel.
Take your pick
Cruise through the countryside by driving a snowmobile, or sit back and relax on a sleigh as huskies lead the way.
On day two, head to Santa's activity area for the day to make Christmas tree ornaments and meet reindeer. Plus, you can top your day off with a face-to-face meeting with Santa himself.
This is one of our SnowClub properties, which means Captain T will be on hand for plenty of festive fun. He’ll entertain the little ones with activities like snowdog-building, Christmas-themed storytelling and arts and crafts. Plus, he’ll be hosting special festive parties and sing-alongs. Family-friendly quizzes and games are part of the line-up, too.
This restaurant is also known as the Sky restaurant, and you'll find its ceiling adorned with twinkling lights. It's located on the top floor and presents grandeur views of Levi. The breakfast buffet offers pastries, cereal, salted smoked salmon, feta cheese, scrambled egg, hash browns, bacon and baked beans. There's is also Mediterranean vegetables and fruits, too. And when it comes to a fruit juice choice, you can choose your selection via a tablet, even. Dinner is also a full and flavoursome buffet that includes local specialities.
This restaurant's decor is warm and welcoming. You'll find wooden flooring throughout with patterned rugs on show, too. Wooden tables and chairs, delicate lamps overhead and framed art pieces add to that homely feel. Focusing on the menu itself, lunch is a buffet number that features reindeer meatballs, fresh fish and a vegetarian option. There's also a salad section with a range of dressings. The à la carte menu is available late afternoon into evening, too. You'll have a discount at this eatery as long as you order a three-course meal and can present your hotel card. The restaurant is just a short stroll away- as it's part of the hotel complex.
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