During summer (4.5-30.11) the glass igloos are located at the bay between Vallisaari and Kuninkaansaari island. You can can reach Vallisaari island with a public ferry or you can book our private boat transfer for an extra fee of 60 €. Private boat transfer roundtrip 120 €.
Summertime meeting point for the private boat transfer out to the Igloo is at Katajanokka guest harbour, Kanavaranta 4, Helsinki. The private boat transfer takes about 15 minutes, but we can make it into a longer sightseeing tour if you want for an extra fee of 40 €. (Transfer and sightseeing tour upgrade: 100 €)
If you take the private transfer or sightseeing tour you will be driven to the igloo directly where your captain helps you check inn.
The public ferry leaves from Lyypekinlaituri. From the arrival jetty there is a 1 kilometer walk to Torpedolahti, where you can check in to the igloo.
The public ferry back to Helsinki citycenter leaves from Torpedolahti (where the igloo is located). You can check out the schedules for the public transport here: https://www.suomensaaristokuljetus.fi/vallisaari-en/
Please inform us your preferred check in time during booking.
About the accommodation
You can bring your own food if you want. For cooking dinner the Igloo has a small kitchen at your disposal. The small gas stove is good for boiling water. There is no owen in the kitchen. We recommend using the outdoor grill on the terrace for a barbecue.
If you don’t want to cook yourself there are some restaurants and cafeterias on the island.
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Price: from 290 €/night, longer stays with 10% discount!
What to do during your stay
Enjoy the nature and art exhibition around you, try fishing, cook the fish the grill, relax, go swimming or paddling and read a book. If you get bored there is also free WiFi in the Igloo. And you can always book a boat sightseeing tour with us around Helsinki archipelago.
Archipelago Igloos is operated by Burn Out City Events. We offer unforgettable activities, tours and programs for companies, groups and tourists. The activities take place in the Helsinki region and its archipelago. We aim to provide experiences and activities that you rarely get in everyday life.