This month’s room with a view goes to the magical Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort in Lapland which is synonymous with a northern lights holiday
Home to the famous Glass Igloos, Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is a resort surrounded by unparalleled winter beauty. The hotel is located in Lapland, on the fringes of the wilderness and close by to Urho Kekkonen National Park. The focus of the hotel is primarily on its unique accommodation options.
The igloos are located in both the East and West sections of the resort and are perfect for clear views of the aurora borealis.
The Kelo Glass Igloo is a blend of both a log cabin and a glass igloo, with the warmth of a fireplace and sauna and the access of a glass dome above the bed. The hotel runs specific activities in the summer and winter, from reindeer safaris and skiing, to fishing trips and husky safaris.
Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is located 250km north of the arctic circle in Lapland, right on the edge of the wilderness in Finland. The hotel is close to Urho Kekkonen National Park and roughly half an hour away from Ivalo Airport.
Transport from and to Ivalo Airport is available for all customers. A glass roof bus is also available to hire for group rental The dome roofed glass igloos are almost synonymous with a northern lights holiday. Each igloo features twin beds, a coat rack and a toilet. There are 33 igloos in total and the shower facilities are in a separate building.