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Yllas Hotels

5 star hotels in Yllas Finland

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4 star (and 4.5 star cheap luxury)

Hotel Saaga

in Yllas, Finland / Lapland
08/01/17 Sun • Gatwick • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast
PoolSpa/WellnessWifi/internetSauna/Steam/TurkishHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolFireplace/Hearth/Stove
was £654

Lapland Activity Week Yllas

in Yllas, Finland / Lapland
08/01/17 Sun • Gatwick • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast
was £1087

3 star (affordable mid-range accommodation)

Äkäs Hotel

in Yllas, Finland / Lapland
29/01/17 Sun • Gatwick • 7 nights • Half Board
Wifi/internetPoolSauna/Steam/TurkishSpa/WellnessFamily friendlyGym/Fitness
was £748

Lapland Activity Week Salla

in Yllas, Finland / Lapland
15/01/17 Sun • Manchester • 7 nights • Self Catering
was £701

Hotel Ylläskaltio

in Yllas, Finland / Lapland
15/01/17 Sun • Gatwick • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast
was £622

Akas Cabins

in Yllas, Finland / Lapland
22/01/17 Sun • Gatwick • 7 nights • Self Catering
was £483

Hotel Akashotelli

in Yllas, Finland / Lapland
08/01/17 Sun • Gatwick • 7 nights • Bed & Breakfast
was £594

2 star (cheap hotels offering great value)

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Yllas ski hotel holidays

Hotels are almost always the best way to stay if you like a good range of facilities to come with your accommodation.

One of our favourite hotels in Ylläs has got to be the Äkäs Hotel. It’s in a really peaceful, secluded location in the forest, and if you’re into cross-country skiing you can access miles of trails straight from the door. You’re also just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the village, but if this is too much then there’s usually a free ski bus that stops right outside.

Many hotels have swimming pools, saunas, gyms and restaurants, amongst other things. They’re great for groups, especially if there are a lot of you and you’ve got stragglers who might want to book later. Families will also love the convenience a hotel can offer, as facilities are often grouped together and easy to get to – no more dragging grumpy kids around the resort in search of entertainment or a place to eat! Many hotels also offer babysitting and childcare services, so you can still get out for a bit of me-time even when you’ve got young children in tow.

There are generally 3 board options available when looking at hotels, so make sure to pick the one that’s right for you. Full-board hotels include all meals and often wine with dinner, too – go for this if you don’t want the hassle of organising any meals for yourself on your holiday! Half board generally include breakfast and dinner but lets you make your own plans for lunch. This is a great happy medium where you get the main meals sorted for you but also have a chance to check out local restaurants during the day. If you want complete control over your own schedule, bed and breakfast might be the answer. Breakfast will be done for you, but you fend for yourself at lunch and dinner. This is great for foodies who want to check out all the local restaurants, or for fussy eaters who just want a bit more choice.

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