Ecological Sustainability


Project description

Arctic TreeHouse Hotel has a deep respect for the nature and cultural heritage, two fundamental principles of sustainability to be applied in all operations and activities. Infact, in June 2019, the hotel was awarded the Green Key eco-label as the first private hotel in Finnish Lapland. This prestigious label is granted to companies that fulfil the comprehensive environmental criteria that cover matters such as energy efficiency, recycling and the raising of environmental awareness. At the Arctic TreeHouse Hotel, all buildings are made from Finnish wood, which is a traditional, sustainable and renewable material. In order to avoid unnecessary logging, the accommodation units were ready-built elsewhere, their green roofs help manage the urban runoff and bring the building’s footprint’s worth of vegetation back to the construction site. Each year, Arctic Treehouse Hotel plants 5 000 – 10 000 new seedlings to the surrounding forests. The hotel utilizes geothermal energy, and it was a pioneering hotel in Finland at the utilization of solar thermal energy. Tirelessly focused on improving water saving solutions, reducing waste production, and enhancing ecological awareness with shareholders and partners, Arctic Treehouse Hotel shares these values with a carefully selected network of subcontractors to reach the main goal to have 65% of their main ingredients locally produced.

This project contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda

Discover the retreat

Hotels & Lodges

Europa Finland / Rovaniemi

Located in the Arctic Circle, in the city of Rovaniemi, at 800 km north from the Finnish capital, the Arctic Tree House Hotel offers a unique blend of luxury amenities in the heart of Arctic nature. Its structure, inspired by the Lappish style and mo...

See similar projects in the world

Join our Collection

Are you a Retreat? Join our Retreats of the World Collection. Ask how to become an Ecoluxury Partner.