The first phase of the fell village will be completed by Christmas 2022
The highest peak of Pyhätunturi is called Kultakero. The traditional Pyhä hotel opened its doors in 1966 under the same name. We are proudly re-introducing the old name by naming the new building to be completed next to the hotel by Christmas 2022 Kultakero 1. The most magnificent 14 scenery apartments of Kultakero 1 are already being advance marketed.
Our partner is the experienced wood construction company Honkatalot. Honkatalot uses wood, construction materials with small carbon footprint and modern design in their buildings. A wooden house with a breathable structure has optimal indoor air and timber-framed houses radiate well-being inside and outside.
The extended PyhäStore with its 200 square metres of the most luxurious brands, clothes, accessories and small items for active nature enthusiasts will open its doors on Kultakero’s ground floor. You can also find the much-needed equipment store on Kultakero’s ground floor. The equipment rentals of the village, where you can find skis as well as mountain bikes and other equipment all year round, will also move into the building.
There are comfortable ski rooms, storages and maintenance premises for apartment owners and renters in connection with the equipment rental. The long-waited minimarket store, offering the basics for thirsty and hungry residents, will open its doors next to the hotel’s reception.
The traditional hotel will receive a new floor
After the Kultakero construction, the additional wooden floor for the hotel will be constructed. Residents can walk on a heated passageway from Kultakero to the hotel. In this way, Kultakero’s residents can go to the gym, restaurant or for a drink in the hotel bar without going outside.
The Kultakeron 2 phase in the northern part of the fell village next to the slopes, will be constructed after the new hotel floor.