Unforgettable moments in Lapland’s nature
Levi Golden Crown Igloos is located in Finnish Lapland, to the north of the Arctic Circle. Here, the winter lasts for half the year and you can often see the northern lights on clear nights.The glass-ceilinged Levi Golden Crown Igloos rest on the fell slope, at an altitude of about 340 m. They offer guests luxury on the edge of the wilderness: a view of the rugged fell landscape and the northern sky, high-quality accommodation and personalized, heartfelt service. Even though the centre of Levi and its services are only 10 km away, it is peaceful and quiet at the igloos.
Spending the night in Levi Igloos is magical. As well as the spectacular view, the glass igloos also provide a surprisingly spacious interior with high-level amenities. You can drift off to sleep in a luxurious warm bed on the fell slope while admiring the starry arctic sky – you do not even have to leave the igloo during your stay if you do not want to.
Each of our igloos feature electrically heated non-fogging glass, air conditioning, a small kitchen, shower and toilet, a wi-fi connection and motorized beds, which you can adjust to the desired position for watching the northern lights or sleeping.
The Premium igloos offer a touch of luxury, and are situated in a prime location on the side of the fell with an unobstructed view of the valley. The Superior igloos also provide an unobstructed view of the sky with space for an entire family, with the option of an extra bed for two children under the age of 12.
Northern Lights House
Are you looking for a memorable place for a small group to stay, or perhaps a luxurious destination for your honeymoon or some other special occasion? Inside the imaginative Northern Lights House, which is partly built into the ground, the panoramic windows in the living room provide a view of the spectacular beauty of the northern nature. With a surface area of 123 m², the two-bedroom Northern Lights House is equipped to satisfy even the most demanding of needs.
The Northern Lights House provides accommodation in a luxurious setting for a small group (max. 4 adults and 2 children). Both of the double bedrooms have their own toilet and one has its own shower. Guests may choose to use the well-equipped kitchen for preparing all their meals and enjoy the atmosphere of two fireplaces.
The hot tub in the private terrace provides the perfect setting for combining the hunt for northern lights with a luxurious moment of pampering. Delightful details crown the magnificently equipped house: a mood ceiling decorates the living room, and the refrigerator embedded in the sauna wall keeps drinks cold even in intense heat.
Restaurant Aurora Sky
Guests can enjoy Scandinavian flavours with a European twist in the popular restaurant Aurora Sky. The restaurant offers two different atmospheres: on the upper floor, an unobstructed view of the night sky gives your dinner an extra flavour, while on the ground floor, you can enjoy your meal in the warm glow of the fireplace.
Simple pure flavours and fresh high-quality raw materials are important to us. Organically produced raw materials and local produced ingredients are used as much as possible in the dishes.
The idea behind the glass igloos is not only to convey the impression of sleeping in the middle of nature, but also to provide guests with the opportunity to admire the beauty of the northern lights in comfortable conditions. During the northern lights season, from the end of August to the end of April, the nights in Lapland are dark enough for the lights to be visible. This season covers almost all that the arctic year has to offer: from biting autumn days to snowy, freezing polar nights, to snowdrifts sparkling in the late winter sun.
In the snowless period of autumn, you can play golf, go cycling, hiking, rafting or horseback riding. Snow normally starts to fall in November, and from the beginning of December to the end of April there is plenty of it for snow activities, such as snowmobiles, husky safaris, reindeer sleigh rides and snowshoeing.