From a trendy Helsinki hotel to a glass-roofed cabin in Saariselkä, our gay Finland tour features a wide range of accommodations. Scroll down to learn more.
Helsinki’s best boutique hotel
Our gay Finland tour is bookended with a few nights in haute Helsinki. To mirror the capital’s c’est chic persona, we’ve reserved space at this boho boutique hotel. Suites are designed by local artists while common spaces like the rooftop terrace feature a modern-meets-industrial aesthetic.
Shared cabins in Saariselkä
Settle into these shared woodland cabins for the second leg of our journey. Each cabin has four rooms, comfortably fitting four to eight guests. Natural and elemental touches such as hard wood walls compliment the minimalist interior design. Amenities include a fireplace, private Finnish sauna and some of the best views of the lush forest surrounds.
Comfortable lodgings in Kirkenes, Norway
While the majority of our gay Finland tour stays within the country’s borders, we do veer into Norway and the Arctic Circle for a night. It’s here we’ll indulge in this sensibly Scandinavian hotel overlooking the Arctic Ocean.
An evening under Aurora Borealis
The real highlight of your journey will be the evening slumbering under Aurora Borealis in a glass-roofed cabin. While the lodges are small, they’re ladden with luxury and exquisitely decorated. Hardwood floors, minimalist furniture and fur blankets evoke a distinctly Finnish aura. And of course, plush beds are situated directly under the glass ceilings so you can watch the colourful Northern Lights as you dose off. Sleep tight!
Ready to join our gay Finland tour?
Our Finland accommodations are just a small part of this all-gay winter expedition. Read about the tour’s other highlights here and then give us a call to reserve your spot today.
Image Credits from top down: Header Northern Lights Village, Klaus K Hotel X 2, Villa Karhunpesä X 3, Thon Hotel Kirkenes X 3, Northern Lights Village X 4.
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