We stayed in 3 different cabin types in the West Village: a 4-person small chalet, a 4-person Kelo Glass Igloo and a 4-person Glass Igloo. The clear winner was the Kelo Glass Igloo (pictured above), which was basically a mutant mix of the chalet and igloo options. It had all the comforts and room of the chalet with the cool addition of sleeping in the glass igloo portion. It had a sauna and kitchen and is perfect for families. In general I wouldn’t suggest sleeping in any room without the igloo portion because that’s such a big part of the unique experience here.
The rest of the resort was nice with a glass Igloo bar, reception area with Wi-Fi as well as multiple villages that you don’t really need to visit unless you’re staying in them. The guest book was like the arctic edition of the United Colors of Benetton, hosting a big mix of guests from all over the world. Which just goes to show, it isn’t just dumb Americans who would pay a lot of money to freeze their asses off.