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On the outskirts of a small Swedish town of Harads, you'll find a minimalist escape on land and water. Accommodation here is in hand-crafted wooden cabins sporadically spread around the highlight of Arctic Bath, the spa building that looks like a crown made out of wooden sticks. The Scandinavian interiors ...
Lapland, Finland is where you’ll find the most magical igloos in the world! If you love cozying up as snow gathers outside of your window, Levin Iglut is the place for you. Each igloo is not only perfectly decorated, but equipped with heated non-fogging glass, air conditioning, a kitchen, shower ...
When you think of Iceland, you think of magnificent views, beautiful nature, and [exquisite hotels](https://www.uniqhotels.com/luxury-hotels). The Blue Lagoon Silica Hotel is definitely one to visit. The hotel is only a kilometer away from the main Blue Lagoon resort. It is surrounded by lava landscapes and is a mere 10-minute walk ...
Run by the Neuchâtel Swiss Alpine Club and located 3311 meters above sea level the Bertol Hut clings to a rocky outcrop in the higher reaches of the Swiss Alps. It was build in Geneva and reassembled on the mountain between 1896 and 1898. In 1976 it was rebuilt completely ...
This mountain hut is owned by the Swiss Alpine Club and lies 3240 meters above sea level overlooking a glacier pass. In order to get there, you have to hike across the glacier itself. Approach then, on the north side of the Lotschenlucke. The caretaker will see you from miles ...
How far north can you go without staying a tent, getting lost, and resorting to cannibalism? Well, try the Hotel Arctic. It is the world’s northernmost four-star hotel (which begs the question as to what a two-star Arctic Hotel would be like) and is popular among people who like their ...
Like the Fortress of Solitude in Superman minus the crystal-powered computer, the ICEHotel is built every winter in Swedish Lapland. It melts every summer and rises again the following year. An open to call to artists, architects and designers is always open and the hotel pushes creativity forward with a ...