While booking, travelers can get the discount with the code “REMOTE” on Hotels.com (you'll still have to pay 1% of the room rate and applicable taxes). The whole process is relatively time sensitive, however, as the offer expires on December 31. There are also a handful of minor restrictions; namely, that visits are limited to the month of March 2019. "Spring is the perfect time to visit Ittoqqortoormiit. The island is frozen for nine months of the year but the early spring temperatures range from -4°F to zero," the release explains. "When the summer sun shines, temperatures can reach a balmy 48°F, but you’ll still need to get those thermals, scarves and, of course, a bobble hat at the ready."
In order to actually reach the place, you'll fly into Reykjavik, Iceland before boarding a smaller plane to the town of Akureyri, where you'll spend a night whale watching amongst the fjords. Next, you'll take a third plane to Constable Point, and finally, a helicopter to the glorious land of Ittoqqortoormiit, before cruising to the guest house in an ATV.
"Warning! This destination is not for the faint-hearted, as you may find polar bears and other dangerous wildlife roaming the island. Real adventurers only need apply" the company notes. So it's time to ask yourself: Are you bold and misanthropic enough for Ittoqqortoormiit?
Still, in the parlance of Stefon, this island has everything: fjords, Northern lights, musk oxen, an elite Danish dog sled unit, Lincoln Logs, a mountain. What more could you want?