Because there's nothing more baller than freezing 'em off in the cold, the Finns built an igloo village in Lapland (where Santa lives). Arctic resort Kakslauttanen offers three kinds of accommodation: snow igloos, glass igloos, and (much toastier) log cabins. There's also an ice restaurant, art gallery, and a bazillion snow activities: husky, reindeer, and snowmobile safaris, skiing/ snowboarding, and chasing the Northern Lights. While people pay eskimoloads to sleep in swanky ice hotels, booze in ice bars, and even attend ice festivals, it costs around $350/nt to sleep in a 'gloo.
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At room temperature, glass igloos (gligloos?) are another clever choice. Each has its own toilet -- a staple to some, but a luxury to others; those staying in the snow igloos have to venture to a separate building altogether, or else pee upon a nearby snowbank.
Imagine falling asleep to this view of the Aurora Borealis, from the (coldish) comfort of your 'gloo!
If you're looking for a respite from the cold, you won't find one at Restaurant de Glace. But you will get served some good grub in a pretty magnificent-looking setting.
And at the resort's ice gallery, you'll get to look at more frozen stuff... Which never gets old.