To be able to sleep right under the Northern light would be a dream of a lifetime. Located deep in Finland wilderness where aurora often occurs, Kakslauttanen arctic resort readily accommodates you to this kind of wanderlust aspiration. And what’s even better is that in this resort, you will be able to experience all of that without needing to get out from the comfort of your bed.
Shaped like an igloo, this resort replaced the walls and ceilings of the bedrooms with glass, creating an unobstructed view of the sky directly from your warm bed. In Finnish Lapland which is situated very far North, the incredible light show is visible around 200 days a year — that’s more than every other day. It means that there is a fat chance that you’d catch the majestic natural phenomenon at least once during your stay. And judging from the look of it, you wouldn’t even want to close your eyes and sleep.
Aside from that, the resort also offers plenty other activities. They feature world’s largest smoke sauna, a snow restaurant and ice bar, and an ice sculpture gallery. They also provide an array of winter activities which include dog-sledding, reindeer sledding, skiing and snowboarding, snowmobiling, and ice fishing. Glass igloos are available from August through April — prime Aurora Borealis viewing time — and one night for two costs around $455 (around Rp 5.9080.000).
Via: Business Insider