A Rare Chance to Sleep at the North Pole

In an Opulent Glass Igloo, Of Course

By Hadley Tomicki ·
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Having a base of operations in the North Pole clearly has advantages.

A steady supply of cheap elf labor.

Presumably low corporate taxes.

Not to mention the lavish igloos you can rest your head in each night.

Welcome to North Pole Igloos, an arrangement of very comfortable places to stay in one of the world’s harshest environments, now booking April adventures to the northernmost point on earth.

This trip probably isn’t for everyone. Seeing as you will be staying on an actual arctic glacier all but defined by its inhabitability. But you will have these heated glass igloos to stay in that can be moved to the safest part of the glacier. And you will honestly be able to say you’re one of the few humans who have ever done this.

Your igloo resembles a tastefully appointed landing capsule. And it’s heated. It would be a pretty bad scene if it wasn’t. Almost as bad as not having a chef, camp manager and wilderness guide to tour you around on snowmobiles and skis. But have you will.

Perhaps most thrilling, the walls and ceilings of your igloo are made from clear glass. So you’ll be able to sit inside and watch the Northern Lights from bed.

The colors. The colors.

Hadley Tomicki

Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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