Bringing a slice of indulgent luxury to the wilds of Finnish Lapland, Levi Spirit’s stylishly modern villas provide the perfect blend of contemporary sophistication, pristine nature and thrilling Arctic adventure.
Gourmet meals – breakfast, lunch and dinner – can be taken in the villa, with the option of butler service and a guest chef to finish the cooking in your villa’s kitchen. It’s even possible to arrange for a bartender to serve your drinks. Alternatively, make use of the self-catering service and the nearby supermarket to cook up a storm.
In years gone by, the idea of holidaying in Arctic Finland might have conjured visions of freezing nights in rustic log cabins. Now, however, it’s places such as Levi Spirit that are changing opinion, with the cutting-edge architecture and design-led interiors of their nine luxury villas very much leading the way. Blending into the landscape, almost unnoticed in their spectacular alpine setting, the villas’ stone, wood and glass construction sets the scene for typically stylish Scandinavian interiors; think stripped wood floors, faux fur rugs, Jacuzzi baths and log-burning stoves. Each villa also has its own kammi – a traditional Sami earth lodge with balcony, outdoor terrace and roaring open fire. And, as a nod to that greatest of Finnish traditions, you’ll be treated to your very own private sauna.
And, what of the wider resort? If you can tear yourself away from your villa, you’ll find yourself at the heart of Finland’s largest ski area, with a network of powdery trails cutting through great swathes of Lappish countryside. It’s also one of Europe’s most reliable ski resorts, with some 200 skiing days a year and a season that regularly stretches all the way into April.
Away from the slopes there’s the chance to try out all of those classic wintertime adventures, with snowmobiling, husky safaris and Northern Lights tours all on the doorstep. Or, if you simply wish to relax, contact the service centre to arrange an in-villa spa treatment.