Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort is an award-winning destination in Finnish Lapland, offering a unique experience for visitors. It’s in the hills near Saariselkä, in far-north Finland (about a two-hour flight from Helsinki). It’s most well-known for its traditional snow igloos, glass igloos, and luxurious log cabins.
The resort is pretty dang far from just about everything else in Finland, but that’s part of the appeal. It’s close to the Arctic Sea and just a few minutes from Urho Kekkonen National Park, which covers almost 1,000 square miles of Lapland wilderness. That means you’ll have access to hiking or snowshoeing in an area almost completely untouched by human development. It also holds a five-star rating on TripAdvisor and other travel websites and is one of the most photographed hotels in Europe.
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