Nestled between the snow-draped trees of the forest, enchanting thermal glass domes can be found scattered throughout Finnish Lapland. These luxurious pods provide lucky visitors with their very own private stargazing capsule. . Below you'll find a selection of some of our most popular glass igloo holidays in Finnish Lapland.
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Located on the edge of a fell surrounded by nature, the luxurious glass-ceilinged igloos at the spectacular Golden Crown resort are fully equipped with a motorised double bed, kitchenette, shower and toilet. And with Finland's largest ski resort close by, it's perfect for those wanting to hit the slopes by day and aurora hunt in comfort by night.
For a boutique escape, Aurora Village welcomes guests to a secluded forest where wild reindeer roam and just 25 beautiful glass cabins guarantee a clear view of the northern sky.
Nellim Wilderness Hotel and Wilderness Hotel Inari, both located on the edge of beautiful Lake Inari, in the far north of Finnish Lapland, offer a selection of accommodation options to choose from. If you're wanting to split your stay between an aurora bubble and a log cabin or a lakeside chalet and a glass igloo, look no further.
Seeking ultimate seclusion? Muotka Wilderness Lodge is set deep in the forest, next to the Arctic fells of Urho Kekkonen National Park. Far away from any light pollution, spend nights in a log cabin or upgrade to an Aurora Cabin, a spacious chalet with skyward windows and your own private sauna.
Fancy combining a night in a glass igloo with a night at -5°C? The popular Arctic Snow Village in Lapland's capital, Rovaniemi is home to a snow hotel built every year as well as cosy igloos for two and even larger family igloos for groups of five. And with an aurora alarm service, you can drift off to sleep safe in the knowledge that you'll be woken if the lights are dancing overhead.
Feeling spoilt for choice? If you'd like to speak to someone who's been there, get in touch with a specialist at Where The Wild Is. We can arrange your glass igloo escape and create a trip of a lifetime.
Glass Igloos & Domes in Finnish Lapland
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