Hotel Mustaparta is situated in the centre of Tornio. Nearby you will find restaurants, cafés and shopping. Our location is perfect for a city break! Everything is near, even the neighbouring country. The Rajalla På Gränsen shopping centre is located about 200 metres away and Ikea HaparandaTornio is about 1 km away.

It is easy to travel to Tornio by car, train or flight.
HaparandaTornio Travel Centre 500 m
Train station Tornio Eastern 2,3 km
Kemi-Tornio airport 28 km
Oulu airport 145 km
Rovaniemi airport 130 km
Luleå airport 135 km

The reception is open
Mon – Thu 7-22
Fri 7-23
Sat 8-23
Sun 8-22

All our rooms are equipped with air conditioning. Breakfast and wireless internet (wifi) is included in the price.

During weekdays
Single room from 109 €
Double room from 129 €

During weekends
Single room from 109 €
Double room from 109 €

Superior from 129 €
Junior Suite 139 €

Prices for weekdays apply during event weekends.

Parking in the centre of Tornio is free but time limited. During weekdays at 08:00-18:00 and Saturdays at 08:00-14:00 it is possible to park your car for 2 hours. Parking spots for customers are located behind the hotel and there are some spots with possibility to use an engine heater.

In co-operation with Rajalla På Gränsen shopping centre we provide the possibility to park your car to a warm parking hall nearby the hotel. The price of parking is 14 €/day.

Hotel Mustapartas taxies provide transportation for guests staying at the hotel. One-way journey to/from Kemi-Tornio airport and Kemi train station costs 30 €. If there are more than 3 persons, please ask for the group price from the hotel.

A hotel with a story

Before the border was drawn on water, Tornionlaakso was the home to a hard-working but poor people, which the upper classes ruthlessly exploited to the last penny. To protest against this injustice and greed, Iisakki Mustaparta and his peasant farmers built a decked ship, against the orders from the merchants and took tar from Tornio to Stockholm bringing back grain to the starving people. After the innocent men had suffered a prison sentence, the honour of the outlaws was restored, and Mustaparta became a parliamentarian standing up for the rights of the oppressed.