Published on : Monday, July 8, 2019
The Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa an out-of-this-world accommodation, frozen into a river in northern Sweden is accepting reservations after a 16-month wait. The floating hotel Arctic Bath was promoted as the ultimate place to catch the aurora borealis.
The floating hotel was promoted as the ultimate place to catch the aurora borealis.
AnnKathrin Lundqvist, one of the designers of the hotel, said in a statement, “So much thought, engineering and ingenuity have come together to provide visitors with an
experience they can’t find anywhere else.”
There are only six cabins on the water which depending on the time of year either float on the Lule River or are frozen into it. (There are an additional six cabins available on land, as well.) All rooms include Wi-Fi access, and air conditioning and heating are built into
each unit. Staying at the hotel offers an incredibly intimate and isolated
The spa portion of the structure includes one treatment room, four saunas, a hot bath, and an outdoor cold bath. The center of its circular shape is an outdoor space where guests
can sunbathe or jump into the cold water (kept at 39 degrees Fahrenheit) under
the lights of the aurora borealis.
The floating sauna hotel – Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa was designed to produce a minimal-to-zero environmental impact, according to the development team.
Bookings are available from February 2020 through February 2021.
The Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa really is a first – it’s a special spa experience.