Geodesic igloos at the foot of the glacier
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The Vika igloo bears the name of the wild ground stretching from the fjord to the shimmering mountaintops behind. You’ll enjoy an intimate connection with this landscape from the terrace with its private jacuzzi, or gazing out through panoramic windows with the underfloor radiators warming your toes. The 35 sqm / 377 sq. ft. interior, crafted in calming grey and rouge and finished by specialist designer Christine Leikvoll, is furnished with reclining chairs and a queen-size Odel bed. The igloo also contains a hot drinks station and minibar, as well as an ensuite WC and shower.
Rising from a small clearing on the shoreline, the Rammstein igloo provides an extra touch of seclusion for those looking for their own personal arctic retreat. The forest-themed interior in shades of green and timber contains an Odel king size bed fitted with goose down duvets, a seating lounge with recliner chairs, a telescope for skygazing, as well as a drinks station and open wardrobe. You can step outside onto the fully furnished terrace and sink down into the bubbling hot tub for a soak beneath the stars. The bathroom is fitted with shower, WC, and mirror.
The Huldrestein is a vast boulder rising from the tundra nearby. In local folklore this is the home of the mythical Huldra – a beautiful creature who lures lost travelers to her home, never to be seen again. You may never wish to emerge from the Huldrestein igloo either, with its rocking chairs, wood burning fire, goose-quilted king size bed and ice-and-stone themed 592 sq. ft. interior. An ensuite bathroom inside is complemented by an outdoor jacuzzi on the terrace.
The double-domes of Skalsatind igloo swell up gently from the tundra, joined by a mirror-walled corridor that – quite literally – blends into the landscape. Skalsatind provides a best-in-class igloo experience, with 140 sqm / 1507 sq. ft of living space divided between an ensuite sleeping dome and a stylish arctic lounge with extra guest toilet.
Food & Dining
We want to put a focus on local cuisine, flavours and products, and will strive to have in season fresh food prepared daily. You will get to try food made from different kinds of local raw material such as fish, reindeer and sheep amongst others.
Breakfast will be served as a buffet in the dining room, the content will vary from season to season depending on which products are in season at that given time.
Dinner will be served as a 3-course meal in the dining room. We will focus on giving you a true taste of the local flavours each day.