The now-famous Kakslauttanen hotel in Finland – dubbed the ‘igloo hotel’ – has romance goals written all over it. 150 miles north of the Arctic Circle, the hotel is pretty far out there in terms of travel time, but it’s all worth it when you see your room. Its jaw-dropping igloo suites are literally that: small, inhabitable igloos nestled cozily in the snow of the Arctic. Each one has a glass roof, so you can admire the Arctic’s Northern Lights straight from the warmth your bed (how romantic!).
Okay, it’s not cheap. A single night in one of these frozen palaces can set you back a hefty €470 (approx. $500). That is, if you even manage to get a room. The igloos at Kakslauttanen are pretty difficult to book, with rooms selling out quickly for the aurora borealis season. But since you’ll probably only do it once in your life, you might as well add a few extra adventures to the experience: a husky excursion, or a reindeer safari. Yes, thankfully this is a real all-rounder.