glass igloo hotel
Experience our world famous glass igloos, rustic log cabins and a complete Santa's Home. Read more about us see pictures and make your booking!
Welcome to Arctic SnowHotel & Glass Igloos in Rovaniemi in Lapland, Finland. Experience our unique snow hotel and aurora accommodation, discover northern lights, snow sauna, ice bar
Secluded glass igloo hotel by the Lyngenfjord in Northern Norway. Relaxing atmosphere and spectacular views towards the mighty Lyngen Alps.
Glass igloos in Finland are located in Lapland within the Aurora Zone in the main, around or to the north of the Arctic Circle. It is believed that the north the igloo is located, the more chances to see the Northern lights. Most popular areas in Finland where glass igloos are concentrated: Rovaniemi and Santa Claus village, Levi ski resort, Saariselka ski resort and Kakslauttanen area.
Holiday is such a short period that you probably want to get all the fun out of your special days. That’s why we have designed our place in a way that allows you to enjoy Lapland’s nature and culture comprehensively starting from personal accommodation.
Experience the Igloo Hotel – the Worlds northern most ice hotel, built up every year since year 2000. Get a break from your daily life and feel the serenity and silence the Igloo Hotel gives you.
According to an old Finnish folktale, Northern Lights are born as the arctic fox swipes the side of a fell with its tail, thus creating sparks on the northern…
Glass igloo provides an one of a kind opportunity to admire the northern lights and millions of stars of the crystal clear sky in a comfortable room temperature. Built from a special thermal glass ...
The glass-roof Levin Iglut igloos offer their guests luxury next to the wilderness: a view of the rugged fell landscape and the northern sky, high-quality accommodation and personalised heartfelt service.
It sounds like a tough sell: a hotel room with no windows, no heat, and no bathroom, all for the price of five-star accommodations. And yet, thousands of people a year jump at the chance, paying upward of $500 a night to stay in igloo hotels carved from piles of snow and ice atop ski areas across ...