The hotel offers 3 types of accommodation. There are 23 very basic ice igloos where the temperature hovers between 0 and 6 degrees, 20 glass igloos which are heated but do not have a shower, and 31 very comfortable wooden chalets with a sauna and fireplace.
The traditional cabins (max. 4 guests) have a kitchen, fireplace, bathroom with a shower/toilet, and a private sauna. The cabins are spaced apart to ensure maximum privacy, and you can really switch off and connect with nature because there are no televisions or telephones either.
The luxury cabins also include 5 suites with an outdoor jacuzzi, a free-standing bathtub, a four-poster bed and a very comfortable lounge area.
Staying in the glass igloos is a unique experience, especially if you are lucky enough to see the Northern Lights from the comfort of your own bed. The suites also have a washbasin and toilet (don't worry - people cannot see in from outside), whilst the shower is in a separate building.
The most unusual experience is to be had in an ice igloo, keeping warm in a sleeping bag and snuggled up in reindeer skins. Remember to use the bathroom before you bed down for the night, though, because it is not very close to the igloos, and the last thing you will want to do in the middle of the night is leave your cosy sleeping bag! The hotel will lend you the sleeping bags you need.