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Icehotel Sweden Opens for Its (Chilly) 30th Season

Sleep in the land of the ice and snow, from the midnight sun where the hot springs flow.

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The Toybox Art Suite at the Icehotel Sweden.

(Photo: Icehotel / Asaf Kliger)

Have you ever wanted to sleep encased in a room of ice with the temperature hovering at a frosty 20 degrees? 

No? Same. But for those of you who do, you’ll be happy to know that from now through April 11, the Icehotel Sweden is offering up 18 specially designed Art Suites, where you can spend the night swaddled in subzero sleeping bags and surrounded by crystalline ice art designed by artists from around the globe.  

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For the past 30 years, the Icehotel – located in the village of Jukkasjärvi125 miles above the Arctic Circle – has catered to guests who crave cold adventure with two hotels, a restaurant, an ice bar, spa facilities and outdoor activities like snowmobiling and sled dog rides. There’s even a year-round hotel with cold and warm rooms for those (me!) who want a more traditional vacation experience.

 

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For those who can’t visit right now – which, honestly, is most of us – check out our gallery or visit the Icehotel’s Instagram account, where you can check out the Art Suites with the help of some enhanced AI. 

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    More than 70,000 people a year visit the Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. The Arctic Circle temperatures ensure the rooms last from December through April, when they start to melt. Photo: Icehotel / Asaf Kliger

 

Craving your own Scandinavian getaway? Check out our new Complete Scandinavia tour!

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