Have you ever wondered what it feels like to sleep in an igloo? You should check out these European igloo villages to see why this unique winter escape experience should be on your bucket list.
The German company Iglu Village has a variety of locations in the Alps and the Pyrenees. These magical igloo villages made from ice and snow offer guests unique sleeping experiences.
Each of the 7 igloo villages, from Zermatt to Andorra, is beautifully decorated with a different theme each year. They also offer a wealth of perks, such as snow parks, snow bars, and great saunas.
Village Igloo Blacksheep, France
Village Igloo Blacksheep is perched at 2118 m above sea level in the heart La Plagne ski region. It offers charming igloo accommodation with breathtaking views of Mont Blanc and delicious Savoyard food.
They offer various accommodation options, from intimate retreats to large igloos for up to five guests. The frozen units are equipped with faux fur blankets and winter sleeping bags to provide maximum comfort. The village’s hot Igloo is a great option if you don’t like cold.
Igloo Village Bayerwald, Germany
The Igloo village Bayerwald, located in the picturesque Bavarian Forest in Mauth, is a great option for anyone who wants to explore this beautiful region of Germany. You can feel like an Eskimo while staying in an igloo made from snow.
Many activities are available, including snowshoe tours, torch-lit evening walks, and workshops. The guesthouse offers delicious meals.
ALPENIGLU(r) Village, Tyrol
The AlpenigLU(r) village is a unique igloo accommodation with a luxurious twist. You can arrange and decorate the 18 ice-carved rooms for a romantic getaway.
The complex is a destination with an ice bar and an amazing ice sculpture exhibition. There are also many exciting events and a beautiful Igloo church, where you can organize weddings.
Igloo Village in Kuhtai, Austria
Khutai Igloo Village is located in Austria’s highest ski area, approximately 45 minutes from Innsbruck. It features 12 cosy igloo rooms and two larger ones that can be used for entertainment or dining.
You can choose to spend a romantic night in a two-person unit or sleep in a larger room for four to six. All accommodations have thermal sleeping bags, insulated mattresses and sheepskin rugs. Skilled snow artists have beautifully designed the igloos. There are also a variety of activities on-site, including husky sledging, igloo building workshops, and fantastic skiing and snowboarding.
Eskimo Village, Slovenia
Eskimo Village is located in Krvavec. It is Slovenia’s second-largest ski resort.
The igloo suites can accommodate up to 34 overnight guests and come with beds made from ice blocks, sheepskins and polar sleeping bags. You can enjoy excellent skiing and warm fondue meals.
Kakslauttanen, Finnish Lapland
Kakslauttanen Polar Resort is a great alternative if you don’t like the idea of sleeping in an igloo.
The sprawling complex is high above the Arctic Circle in a remote corner of Finnish Lapland. It offers a variety of accommodation options, including luxury log cabins, snow and traditional Lapland homes, and glass igloos that allow guests to view the Northern Lights from their beds.
The resort has a restaurant as well as ice swimming and smoke saunas.