Luxury Igloos

“Although Iglu-Dorf does offer heated rooms with a stove, most of the snow igloos are only equipped with sleeping bags to keep you warm, so you better pack some winter clothes. Temperatures during the night don’t fall too far below 0 degrees Celsius, but if you feel chilly, you can try the nice cheese fondue fountain, or jump into the incredible hot-tub built right in the snow, and count the stars. Prices at Iglu-Dorf start at $131 per night, and go all the way up to $582, on New Year’s Eve. It’s definitely not the cheapest winter getaway, but if you can afford it, this unforgettable experience is worth every penny. Just look at the photos and judge for yourself.” w/ photos

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