Finland’s first fell hotel, a great monument to functionalism, was designed in 1938 by architects Väinö Vähäkallio and Aulis Hämäläinen. After the Second World War the traditional Lapland Hotel Pallas was built. The living spaces, highlighted by the breathtaking scenery, comfortably fit in with today’s style. The library is full with stories by guests who submitted their experiences for others to read. A weekly program that considers the guests’ wishes contains downhill skiing as well as pancake making. Some of the most popular activities are ski trips, guided by the Owls of Pallas. There is permission to have a small meeting — of a kind — in the Owls’ loft.
Experience the most beautiful of the fells, along with other national park landscapes with the many others who return to us year after year.
N 68° 2.767'
E 24° 3.768'
Tel. +358 (0)16 323 355
Fax +358 (0)16 532 741
Lapland Hotel Pallas is open from 15.6. to 25.9.2016
and again from 17.2.2017 to 30.4.2017.
Reseption is open daily between 7 am to 11 pm.
Lapland Hotel Pallas
+358(0)16 323 355
Fly to us!
Kittilä Airport: Levintie 259, 99100 Kittilä, Finland
Kittilä Airport is located approximately 50 minutes from Pallas by car. The best way to reach Lapland Hotel Pallas from the airport is to call a taxi, which can be easily ordered at least one day in advance of arrival by the hotel reception, please call +358 16 323 355. For each flight arriving in Kittilä there is a call taxi service available. The taxis can be found at the front door of the airport, they’ll bring you directly to the main entrance of the hotel. You can book the transportation from Levi taxi beforehand, by calling +358 (0) 200 99800.
A call taxi can also be booked for the return trip from Pallas to the airport.
Arriving by train?
Kolari Railway Station: Asematie 7, 95900 Kolari, Finland
Kolari Railway Station is located approximately 100 kilometers from Pallas. If you arrive by car train, continue in the direction of Muonio (E8) from the station. When arriving at the Muonio village, turn to road 79 towards Rovaniemi. Continue for about 10 kilometers, until the signs show the Pallastunturi to the left. The road continues for 15 kilometers, until you arrive at the intersection with a sign pointing towards Pallastunturi. You’ll reach Lapland Hotel Pallas after driving a further six kilometers.
Train buses go from the railway station to Pallas. The trip from Kolari to Pallas takes approximately 1.5 hours. A more detailed schedule can be found on the Ylläs Express website!
If you arrive at the hotel by taxi from the railway station, the taxi stop is near the main entrance to the railway station.
VR inquiries and reservations
VR Customer service, tel. +358 (0)600 41 900
Open Mon-Sun 07:00 – 22:00
Arriving by car?
If you arrive by car, you’ll see us right at the foot of Pallastunturi fell, here: Pallastunturintie 550, 99330 Pallastunturi, Finland.
If you arrive from the south by road 79, drive for approximately 50 kilometers after passing Kittilä. First you’ll pass Levi and next you’ll arrive at Särkijärvi, where there are signs pointing towards Pallas. Drive the Jerisjärventie road until you reach a T-junction. Turn right and drive for a further 6 kilometers until you arrive an intersection. Turn right and the hotel will be 6 kilometers ahead, at the foot of the fell. If you arrive from the direction of Tornio, when you reach Muonio village, turn onto road 79 towards Rovaniemi. Continue for about 10 kilometers, until the signs show the Pallastunturi to the left. The road continues for 15 kilometers, until you arrive at the intersection with a sign pointing towards Pallastunturi.
You may park your car in the front yard of the hotel. Note that additional parking spaces are available at the back of the hotel. The driveway is on the left side of the hotel.
Check out the facilities at Pallas
See everything we have available in Pallas! Here you can find current offers, as well as the novelties of the upcoming season!
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The Lapland Club is the inner circle for those who enjoy the northern lifestyle and visiting the north. The versatile membership allows you to reap the benefits and make use of it immediately after you register.Read more
The Lapland Club is the inner circle for those who enjoy the northern lifestyle and visiting the north. The versatile membership allows you to reap the benefits and make use of it immediately after you register. Membership is free for everyone. In addition, we have an annual raffle for club members. Prizes include Lapland holidays and product packages. As a member you’re automatically included in the raffle.
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Current events in Pallas
Are you ready?
The colors of autumn are coming
The colors of autumn are coming
The arctic autumn colors arrive every year, come and see it happen in Pallas!
The colors usually appear in Pallas in early September and the most dazzling of them stay for approximately one week. During the fall colors people hiking on the fell nicely keep up the noble art of wandering in the wild, and we at Pallas also organize programs in order to guarantee our guests' pleasure!
Pallas hiking week
The Pallas hiking week lets you see and feel the treasures of the fell, stories about the joys of hiking and the history of the National Park through the decades up to the modern day. See the program for the hiking week on the website of the Ministry of Forestry!
Owls of Pallas the weekly program
Owls of Pallas arrive to the fell in the beginning of September, to guide trips looking for the colors of autumn. Join us and go off the trails and discover places that you probably wouldn’t have found on your owna. During the day trips we may go down the ravines to see the canyons, or even go to see the neighboring Ounastunturi fells. The trips are free for hotel guests!
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