The hotels, cabins, and inns of the North will redefine how you understand lodging. While there are classic hotels, like Finland's Hotel Rantasipi Pohjanhovi or Canada's remote and rustic Caribou Lodge, the Arctic region also offers some of the world's most unique hotels. Channel your inner Inuit for a daring night spent in the Rovaniemi Arctic Snow Hotel & Igloo or the Kemi Snow Castle, where you can actually stay on the warm fur-blanketed beds of rooms carved entirely from snow and ice. These hotels offer great bases for explorations of Finland's diverse Lapland region. You could also stay in one of the many safari camps that dot northern Canada, like the Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, Premium or Tented Safari Camp, or even the Torngat Mountains Base Camp, at the foot of Newfoundland's scenic Torngat Mountains.