SPOKANE, Wash. — A winter getaway in downtown Spokane has gained a lot of attention.

The Davenport Grand opened outdoor igloos located on its second-floor terrace last week and they have since exploded in popularity.

Davenport spokesperson Cally King said the hotel has already received 400 reservations for the igloos, with almost every Friday and Saturday booked until March. 

Guests of the igloos can sip on cocktails as they enjoy views of Riverfront Park and Spokane’s skyline. The heated igloos are designed for two to four guests, but can comfortably seat up to six.

All of the heated igloos include plug-ins so guests can listen to music right from their cellphones.

Reservations are required, with bookings available from 5 to 10:30 p.m. daily through March. The last reservation is taken at 9 p.m.

Back-to-back bookings are not allowed, but guests can rent multiple igloos at one time for larger parties.

There are three packages to choose from, which all include 1.5 hours in a private igloo, a $100 bar credit, complimentary parking at the Davenport Grand and a butler. 

The packages are as follows:

  • Grand Igloo Package: $250 for 6 guests
  • Grand Igloo Premier Package: $300 for 6 guests
  • Grand Igloo Celebration Package: $250 for 6 guests

The igloos are for guests of all ages.

While the igloos are slightly heated, they will be approximately five degrees warmer than the outside temperature. A jacket, warm footwear and layers are highly recommended, and the Davenport will provide ample throws and cozy seating to help gusts stay warm.

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