Where can you feel at ease with a PERFECT view of the STARS?!


Hotel Kakslauttanen, Finland!!  Accommodations at the hotel are either a glass igloo, A SNOW IGLOO, or very cozy log cabins!

This remote area is perfect for viewing the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights), just imagine being comfortable and warm relaxing in the glass igloo while viewing the spectacular Northern Lights!!

Ice fishing             berry and mushroom picking

**Bonus: Hotel Kakslauttanen offers some RARE ACTIVITIES in the Winter and Summer.

WINTER there is ice fishing, ICE SWIMMING, ice karting, reindeer safaris, and MUCH MORE.

SUMMER there is mushroom and berry picking, mountain biking, hiking, and forest scooter safaris.

I’ve provided a link to Hotel Kakslauttanens website…http://www.kakslauttanen.fi/en/


  1. this info is god-sent! the northern lights are on the top of my list… I was thinking of heading to Canada…but simply loved the arrangement you have shown above. Is there a preferred month during the year? I haven’t found any info suggesting that 😦

    • Hi Madhurima, thanks for stopping by! =) During the dark winter months, when the sun rarely peaks its head over the horizon, you can expect to see the Finland Northern Lights with regularity, and other peak seasons include February through March and September through October. I hope this helps!

  2. I’ve never seen anything like that, those igloo’s look like upside down ceiling lights, very cool!

  3. wow… that would be so much fun stay in the hotel!

  4. very beautiful…..

  5. How I’d like to stay here 🙂

  6. Ohmygod this looks amazing!

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