Hotel Kakslauttanen is located in the northern part of Finnish Lapland on the territory of a picturesque Saariselkä. The hotel complex includes forty-five comfortable cottages, rooms "Royal Suite", one traditional Lapland and one luxury cottage honeymoon cottage. The houses are arranged quite remotely from each other, each of them has a small cozy patio, a kitchen and a small sauna. In winter, the hotel opens Village igloo, which provides the opportunity to settle as a traditional Inuit snow dwelling and one 20-minute unique needle made of glass, transparent ceiling which allows you to admire the myriads of stars and Northern lights without getting up from the bed. The traditional igloo rooms are similar only by its form, and everything else was in accordance with modern construction technologies.
Their roof is made from heat-resistant glass that lets you keep inside the igloo the temperature comfortable, even if on the streets raging hard frosts. Each room is furnished with two beds and a toilet. Those extreme appreciates more than the aesthetics, can stay in conventional snow igloo, in which the temperature does not rise above -6° c. Such extreme guests the hotel provides wool socks and warm sleeping bags. Another building hotel complex-glass Kota is a building in the form of traditional Sami plague, 8 m wide and 8 m high, made of special heat-resistant glass. In it, as in glass igloos, you can enjoy the beauty of Lapland star-studded night skies through the transparent ceiling. more info