Igloo Village Resort, Finland

Posted in Architecture, Travel
By Sam Bathe on 26 Sep 2011

Part of the Kakslauttanen Hotel, Finland, theIgloo Village Resort pushes even Sweden’s remarkable Treehotel for its money. Each igloo coming roofed by glass to allow guests to see the glorious northern lights and star-speckled sky above, the special thermal glass stays clear even as temperatures outside drop to below -30°C, with a toilet and luxury bed in the structure too so you won’t need to go anywhere before brunch, and a hot sauna and ice hole for the evening’s entertainment. Boasting a snow restaurant, ice gallery and show chapel in the resort too, the 20-igloo strong destination packs 60 beds, booking from December-January, weather pending, until the end of April.

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