Hotel Kakslauttanen near Urho Kekkonen National Park in Finland has one-of-a-kind accommodations for adventurous guests looking for a winter travel adventure. With about 40 cabins and enough privacy in between, this Igloo Village has it all for a relaxing stay. In the winter, your overnight stay can be in a snow igloo or their futuristic-looking glass igloo— the best spot to view the northern lights from your own bed.
World Famous Glass Igloos
Whether you’re looking for a romantic stay for two or for an intimate stay with your family, the world-famous Glass Igloos are sure to create memories to last forever. Options include Igloos for two, as well as Igloos to accommodate four travelers. Booking starts from August to April during the viewing season for the Northern Lights.
Top Choices of Where to Stay for Families
For larger families, check out the Kelo-Glass Igloos, a cozy log chalet that comes equipped with their famous glass igloo, which in our mind, is the best of both worlds. The Log Chalets are another option and can accommodate one to ten people. Made of Kelo pines, these rustic retreats feature a fireplace and sauna inside each cabin. Other possibilities include the snow igloos, queen suites, wedding chamber, a century-old traditional house, and the gold digger’s chalets.
Wondering what the experience will be like? Check out this behind-the-scenes official video of Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort in the Wintertime. You’ll see why Igloo Village happens to be one of the best places in the world to see the Northern Lights.