Reservations just opened for Arctic Bath—a hotel and wellness retreat in the middle of the frigid Lule River.
Set in Harads, in northern Sweden’s scenic countryside, Arctic Bath is a remote getaway with a spa, hot and cold baths, saunas, shops, and a restaurant. In the ever-sunny summer months, the entire hotel floats upon the water’s surface. In the winter, the structure locks in place upon the frozen river, providing an ideal platform for stargazing.
The hotel just announced the availability of February 2020 reservations for its 12 accommodations. Half sit inside the floating rotunda, and the other six are landlocked cabins that lay only paces from the hotel’s dock. The rooms feature skylights, wood-burning stoves, and sleek, Scandinavian design.
See the full story on Dwell.com: Sweden’s Floating Arctic Bath Hotel Is Now Accepting Reservations
- This Family-Owned Hotel on a Mexican Island Is as Enchanting and Intimate as it Gets
- 20 High-Tech Accessories That Make Travel a Breeze
- How Sweden Harnesses Democratic Architecture and Design For the Common Good