Accessible accommodation, Archipelago Accommodation

Kultaranta Resort

Kultaranta Resort is a diverse holiday destination in Luonnonmaa, Naantali

Kultaranta Resort is located in the ruggedly beautiful archipelago in Luonnonmaa, and the area includes an 18-hole golf course designed by the Swedish golf architect Jan Sederholm. The high-quality fairways of the course have been specifically designed to meet the needs and desires of the average club player.

Kultaranta Resort also offers a variety of training options. Both the 7-hole Par 3 as well as the Minigolf Arena are perfect for practising your short-game and putting.

In 2020, Kultaranta Resort was awarded as the best golf hotel in Finland in the “Oscars for hotels”, and we offer various golf holidays in the sunny Naantali.

Learn more about Kultaranta Luhtihotelli, Restaurant Kultaranta, Kultaranta Heineken House and Kultaranta Marina.

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Accessibility in Kultaranta Resort

The Club House of the Kultaranta Resort can be easily accessed from the parking lot through a ramp, and the Club House has spacious doorways to ensure that reaching both the reception desk and the Club House restaurant for breakfast and lunch is easy. In addition, an accessible toilet is located on the same floor.

The Wellness section of the Club House is located on the bottom floor, and it can also be easily accessed from outside, in the rear of the building.

Customers will check into the hotel outside, and the ground levels of the three hotel buildings have accessible rooms with wider toilets and doorways.

Moving between the popular Kultaranta Heineken House evening restaurant and its terrace is easy, so you can enjoy the delicious gourmet pizzas and refreshments on the terrace.

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Responsibility at the Kultaranta Resort

Kultaranta Resort is part of the programmes Green Key and Sustainable Travel Finland. The process is ongoing, and it is expected that Kultaranta Resort will receive its Green Key certification in spring 2022.

The Kultaranta Resort operates in a valuable natural archipelago, and the company is committed to waste management and recycling. In addition, various forest work is being done in the Kultaranta Resort area to protect nature and the forests.