Why we like it
- Once in a lifetime chance to sleep beneath the stars in one of 12 glass igloos
- Observe the spectacular Northern Lights in warmth and comfort
- Located close to the Finnish ski resort of Levi
- The Northern Lights House caters for up to eight people
About Golden Crown Levi Igloos
There's a new way to witness the stunning Aurora Borealis. The Golden Crown is a romantic cluster of glass igloos in Finnish Lapland, 170km north of the Arctic Circle and just 11km from the bustling ski resort of Levi. In a secluded hilltop location, 12 cosy, glass-walled igloos sit surrounded by untamed forest scenery, providing a unique way to experience the Arctic environment - and a chance to spot the ethereal Northern Lights.
Choose from Superior or Premium Igloos; each has a glass-domed ceiling, with electrically heated and insulated windows to keep them from frosting over, allowing magical views of the open skies above. The four Superior Igloos boast front row views while the Premium Igloos are located just behind, with uninterrupted views of the sky above. Each igloo has a kitchenette with stove, coffee maker and fridge, in order for you to prepare your own food, and an en suite bathroom. At the centre of the igloo is a motorised double or twin bed, which you can rotate, raise or lower in order to have unobstructed panoramic views.
The resort is also home to the Northern Lights House, a haven of indulgence amid the wilderness. Two double bedrooms, a living area with large landscape windows, fireplace, sauna and a panoramic outdoor terrace with hot tub are all included. Both bedrooms have en suite bathrooms, while the living room features sofa beds which provide additional sleeping for up to four people.