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A Pop-up Hotel At The North Pole Costs $100,000 To Stay

A Pop-up Hotel At The North Pole Costs $100,000 To Stay

The North Pole now has a pop-up hotel that has luxury and if you like – Igloos. This hotel is the northernmost hotel in the world and will welcome guests for the month of April 2020 – the only month of the year that this area is safe to travel. The rate is 95,000 euros for for two nights, this is $105,000 US dollars for a stay at the resort of Svalbard and one night at the North Pole. But it seems that this rate includes airfare as well as meals and travel guides.

The camp has heated glass igloos that have been tested in extreme Arctic weather conditions and will be moved around the area when weather changes. This experience is to be one with nature and to see the Northern Lights, according to hotel operators. Guests can also opt for a three night stay in igloos at a glacier in Svalbard, where prices start at 48,000 euros for the package and this one, not being at the North Pole is not limited to the month of April. The North Pole is one of the most exclusive destinations on the planet and the experience is clearly limited to the rich and famous.

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