Hotels in The Arctic
These expedition ships combine state-of-the-art facilities with elegant interiors so you can explore the earth’s final frontier in style. Many also have huge windows so you can admire the Arctic’s beautiful landscapes without leaving your cabin.
Ships that venture into the Arctic tend to be small - your average ship will carry between 50 – 200 people – which makes your trip even more special. You’ll be able to explore the Arctic in smaller groups and take advantage of the ship’s resident expert. Many ships will also allow passengers onto the bridge to watch the ship weave through the ice or try and spy wildlife.
Once you’ve chosen your expedition vessel, read our Arctic packing list so you bring all the essentials with you.
Silversea Silver Cloud Arctic
Undoubtedly one of the most luxurious ships to cruise the Arctic, the Silversea Silver Cloud is perfect for an introduction to the Arctic, boasting a Relais & Chateaux restaurant, highly attentive staff and suite-style accommodation.
Greg Mortimer Arctic
Built to world-class polar standards, the Greg Mortimer is an exciting new addition to our Arctic portfolio, boasting excellent safety features, innovative tech, flexible itineraries including fly-sail options and a range of activities.
Hanseatic Inspiration Arctic
The newest offering from Hapag Lloyd Cruises, the Hanseatic Inspiration is a sleek, well-equipped vessel with the highest PC6 ice class, 120 cabins and three restaurants. Glass balconies and a deck track at the bow enhance the viewing experience.