Adventurous travellers can now spend the night in an igloo at the North Pole as the world’s northernmost hotel prepares to open next year.
The North Pole Igloos hotel will open for the month of April only, as it is the only time of year that guests can travel to the area safely. But that’s not the only catch.
The experience will cost more than $100,000 per person, which includes two nights in Svalbard, flights and all logistics between there and the North Pole, a night at North Pole in the igloo hotel, plus the services of a camp manager, arctic wilderness guide, chef and security services.
When not at the North Pole, the hotel relocates to the Arctic tundra.
‘The North Pole Igloos hotel concept is movable, sustainable, but still a little extreme,’ the hotel explains on its site.
‘Depending of 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.’
The heated igloos have been tested in extreme Arctic weather conditions and have their own bathrooms. Their glass ceiling roof and wall allows guests to be at one with nature, and watch the Northern Lights without even getting out of bed.
For more information visit northpoleigloos.com