Sleep Under The Glow Of The Aurora Borealis In These North Pole Igloos

Sep 19, 2019

Category: Living

Around the world, especially in this present era of widespread outdoor adventure, there are a wealth of amazing resorts and getaways — offering everything from jungle treehouses to underwater bungalows and more. But if you really want a once-in-a-lifetime experience, you’ll have to travel north, far from civilization, for a stay in the North Pole Igloos.

Touted as the “northernmost hotel of the world,” the North Pole Igloos are in operation atop Svalbard’s glacier for most of the year — except for the month of April, in which the whole collection of structures is moved to the actual North Pole. But don’t let their temporary nature fool you; there are still plenty of luxury amenities including electricity, fully-featured bathrooms, and glass ceilings through which you can view the Aurora Borealis (AKA the Northern Lights). On top of the amenities, the experience also includes expeditions out into the Arctic alongside experienced wilderness guides, 24-hour security, chef services, and much more. Of course, an experience this breathtaking and luxurious also comes with a high price — but you’ll have to reach out if you want to find out exactly how much.

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