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If you're ready for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, book a stay at Blachford Lake Lodge. You can only get there by bush plane flights, so it basically doesn't get more remote than this (perfect if you're trying to escape the noisiness of, well, life). You'll get to stay in your own cozy cottage, have all your meals and snacks taken care of, and with views like this, does it really matter what else you'll be doing?
Sure, when you're going somewhere new, you want to explore—especially if that someplace new is Norway, and you're smack dab in the Arctic Circle. But if you want to hang inside without missing the lights, stay at Basecamp Hotel. The trapper lodge-style venue has a glass ceiling in the Cognac Attic (which, just like it sounds, has plenty of cognac to serve), making it perfect for hours-long gazing without catching a cold.
No need to jet to far-off countries when you can hang here in the States and catch plenty of breathtaking sights—not to mention pretty cool wild animals, like polar bears and gray whales—in Alaska. Booking.com suggests a stay at Hotel Alyeska, where you'll be right next to top-notch ski trails and awe-inspiring glaciers (and yes, you can even climb them if you're the adventurous type).
Really immerse yourself in Swedish culture—from the food to leisure activities—when you stay at the chalet-style, family-owned Camp Ripan. Pro tip: Make sure you're always on the lookout for the lights once that sun sets. They'll appear out of nowhere and you'll be really bummed if you miss out (though, really, we're not sure how you can when they're that bold and beautiful).
Ever dream of staying in an igloo without actually, you know, staying in an igloo (because those things look really freaking cold)? Now you can, thanks to Lapland Igloo. Christmas would be the best time to visit, in our humble opinion, as you'll be launched into the holiday spirit with polar bear visits and sleigh rides from actual reindeer (the kids—or you—can even pay Santa a visit). Then you can cozy up by the fire while you catch nature's light show.
The northern lights are known for their breathtaking shades of green and blue, but stay at The Red House and you'll catch a glimpse of their dancing pink and purple streaks, too.
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