You can stay at a luxury igloo at the North Pole (PHOTOS)

Sep 17 2019, 1:34 pm

From luxurious castles in the English countryside to surreal underwater hotels, lavish accommodations are all the rage right now.

And now those looking for a truly one-of-a-kind adventure will be able to sleep where those have never been able to stay before, in the northernmost hotel in the world.

If you’ve ever wanted to spend the night in an igloo beneath the stars in the North Pole, you’ll be able to do this, and more, at a temporary hotel site that will be open just for the month of April in 2020.


North Pole Igloos Hotel will be made up of a series of heated igloo-style domes, and a three-night stay will reportedly cost you a cool $100,000.

But if it makes you feel better, this does include your flights, logistics, meals, and guides.

“North Pole Igloos hotel concept is movable, sustainable, but still a little extreme,” the hotel explains on its site.

“Depending on weather conditions we move the heated glass igloos to most safe places around the arctic glacier. You can join the group of very rare people who have spent a night at the North Pole’s glacier.”


According to the company, the igloos have been tested in extreme arctic weather conditions and are equipped with a toilet, a glass ceiling and walls, so guests can truly be one with nature.


And to really sweeten the deal, the North Pole Glass Igloos include a camp manager, arctic wilderness guide, chef services, and security.

But if you ask us, the highlight is definitely being able to watch the Northern Lights from the comfort of your bed, as they are still active in the area throughout the month of April.


So, if you’ve got some extra money lying around and you’re looking to experience something not many people will get to try, we definitely recommend booking your spot ASAP.

And while you’re at it, visit Globo Surf for reviews on the most popular snow, land, and water destinations. And hey, after you sleep under the stars in a North Pole Igloo, maybe you should leave a review of your own.

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