Lloyds Hotel of Möllerfjorden on the arctic island chain of Svalbard, Norway.
Writes contributor Lauren Farmer:
This “5 star” hut was built in 1912 (or some say 1925) by the shipping company North German Lloyd as an emergency shelter after they took over the possessions of the 1910 “Zeppelin” Expedition, which had occupied the area.
I’ve been fortunate enough to see it twice and am still amazed it’s stocked with unopened bottles of vodka! And plenty of 40 year old magazines.
Honestly… how cool is this? Just freakin’ awesome.