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Scandic Narvik is quite possibly the most modern hotel in all of Narvik, a city characterized by hiking trails, old world historical sites and museums. However, the Narvik Hotel offers one of the tallest buildings in the region (tallest in Narvik at 52m / 171ft) as well as a huge ...
When you think of a safari, your mind probably doesn’t immediately jump to Finland. Well, it’s got all it takes: unspoiled wilderness, scenic views and wonderful wildlife. Only the form of transport perhaps isn’t what you’re imagining. Instead of a safari jeep, you’ll be traveling around on a snowmobile or ...
Fancy a trip of a lifetime? Head to the land of fire and ice, better known as Iceland, and stay at a converted sheep farm! Deplar Farm is located in Iceland’s northern Fljot valley. With just 13 rooms, Deplar is the ultimate getaway for those seeking to explore the beautiful, ...
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 ...
For travelers looking to take in the beauty of the Northern Lights (known as Aurora Borealis to some), trek across some glaciers and explore lava fields, ION Luxury Adventure Hotel is a wonderfully unique place to stay in Iceland. Less than an hour by car from Iceland’s coastal capital of ...
Snowhotels have become a popular destination for many travelers seeking to experience the natural Arctic beauty and a truly rare experience. The Kirkenes Snowhotel has been providing guests a winter wonderland in the northern-most reaches of Norway since 2006. Kirkenes Snowhotel has a variety of rooms to choose from, but ...
Iceland: the original land of ice and fire. Just a short drive from the capital city, Reykjavík, is Hotel Glymur which overlooks the azure waters of the Whale Fjord. The hotel was named after the Glymur waterfall – which is one of the highest in Europe. You can visit it ...
I’ve always wanted to see the Northern Lights. Now, you can view them in all their mystical glory whilst remaining in your bed, how? Because you are staying in a glass igloo, deep in the adventurous arctic circle, you lucky thing. Made from thermal glass, the igloo never spoils your ...
The Tree Hotel offers you the chance to return to childhood fantasies of the ultimate treehouse. All rooms are situated 4-6 meters above the ground among the treetops. Each room is a unique design with hand-picked furniture from local artisans. The Mirrorcube Room is invisible to the human eye but, ...