Boy, have I found for you today one of the most magical getaways ever! Is there anything more festive than a trip to Lapland just before Christmas? If that all doesn’t sound cool enough, how about having your stay include a stay in a glass igloo? 

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Your first stop is the Cumulus Airport Hotel just outside the Finnish capital of Helsinki. You’ll stay in this gorgeous hotel, which is rated at 3.5/5 on TripAdvisor, for one night, so that’s the perfect opportunity to check out one of the world’s most northernly capitals. This hotel deal also includes a delicious breakfast in each destination to set you on your way with a full and happy tummy. Be sure to pack your thermals as you head even further north to the world famous region of Lapland – the home of Santa Claus. Here, you’ll spend one night in the Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort (rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor).  In Kakslauttanen you’ll be able to book a two hour husky safari tour through the Lapland landscape for £150pp extra.

But it’s where you’ll stay for the final night of your holiday that makes this worthwhile. You’ll spend the night in a glass igloo! The chance to sleep under the stars (and perhaps get a glimpse of the Northern Lights from your bed) is definitely something you have to take. What could possibly be more romantic?

I found this wow deal on Wowcher so be sure that you book with them directly. Have a fantastic time!

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