200 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, under the shimmering colours of the Northern Lights, is situated a unique exhibition of luxury and innovation. Recreated every winter, this extraordinary hub of art and adventure is unmatched in both size and beauty. Its magnificent interior bursts with striking statues and spectacular architecture, forming galleries by day and hotel rooms by night.
Rooms and suites in both Icehotel Winter and Icehotel 365, meaning ice rooms are available all year round
Permanent Icebar and choice of restaurants
Choice of warm accommodation in the form of hotel rooms and chalets
Array of activities including dogsledding, snowmobiles, rafting, ice sculpting and fishing
Cosy furs cover icy surfaces while exquisitely crafted sculptures stare down from every wall. Each suite’s intricate theme is uniquely constructed by carefully selected artists, with no design ever being repeated. Become immersed simultaneously in ice and art as you settle down for the night in this wintry retreat. Icehotel 365 offers the ultimate combination of icy bedrooms coupled with warm bathrooms and saunas attached – a luxury on offer all year round. If one night on the ice is enough, retreat to the inviting comfort of a warm hotel room or cabin, available throughout the seasons. Authentic Scandinavian chalets feature simple furnishings and wood panelled walls, exuding rustic charm and tranquillity. Underfloor heating and comfortable bedding offer a cosy escape from your arctic adventures, while the calming colours and birchwood detailing echo the natural beauty of this outstanding landscape.
Feast on sumptuous dishes at the Arctic’s top culinary destination. Local ingredients are fused with modern techniques to create an authentic Scandinavian dining experience with a cosmopolitan twist. The warm surrounding and crackling fire are an added bonus and welcome escape from the sub-zero conditions. The iconic Icebar, open across seasons, is an icy delight not to be missed. Sample delicious cocktails, served in handcrafted ice glasses, before heading to the snowy dancefloor to mingle and unwind after an action-packed day.
Naturally grown, local ice is used, meaning low formation and transportation emissions
Lightweight insulation is made from recycled materials
Icehotel 365 is solely run on renewable energy, using extensive solar panels to harness the near constant daylight between May and July
Why we love it
For its many attractions, the Arctic Circle’s most mysterious and magical draw is undoubtably the ethereal glow of the Aurora Borealis. Be transported to a secluded wilderness camp and feast on local delicacies by the flickering fire, as these elusive lights dance across the inky skies above you. This unparalleled private experience will provide you with unrivalled views of this breath-taking wonder, creating precious moments and memories that will last you a lifetime.
Planning your experience
Contact our Private Adventures team to find out more about our great accommodation partners and to start planning your own bespoke experience.
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