75 YEARS OF UNFORGETTABLE HOLIDAYS
Drink in the best fell views with other visitors who return to the landscapes of the national park year after year.
This magnificent hotel, the first fell hotel in Finland, was designed by architects Väinö Vähäkallio and Aulis Hämäläinen in the functionalist style already in 1938. Steeped in tradition, Lapland Hotel Pallas was finally built after the Second World War.
Our weekly programme of activities, which was compiled according to the wishes of our guests, includes everything from downhill skiing to pancake parties. Guided ski tours are some of the most popular activities among holiday-makers. Small-scale meetings need not be ruled out, either, as the hotel also has a small meeting room. After outdoor activities, you might like to spend time in our inviting living area and library. Some our visitors have left their books in the library for others to enjoy.
N 68° 2.767'
E 24° 3.768'
tel. +358 16 323 355
fax +358 16 532 741
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EXPERIENCE THE TRADITIONS OF PALLAS
PallasImmerse yourself in the life and culture of the fells. Fell Lapland is a unique cluster of arctic mountains where the environment is the cleanest in Europe. The oldest hotel in our chain, Lapland Hotel Pallas (built in 1938) was touched by wartime history. In the war years, 1941-1944, the splendid hotel in Pallas was used as a holiday resort for German soldiers, until German troops blew it up while retreating in October 1944. The new Pallas hotel, designed by architect Jouko Ylihannu, opened its doors in spring 1948.
The most traditional
Ski Resort PallasAn Olos/Pallas pass gives you access to the slopes of both Olos and Pallas. With daily passes of six days and longer, you can visit Ylläs for free for one day while the pass is valid.
Lapland Hotel Pallas is open from 15.6. - 25.9.2016
and again17.2.2017 – 30.4.2017.
Kitchen is open daily from 3 pm to 9 pm.
Café and bar is open daily from 10.30 am to 11 pm.