Sweden Ice Hotel

Sweden’s Ice Hotel is located 200 km north of the Arctic Circle in Swedish Lapland. It was the first Ice Hotel to be constructed anywhere in the world, and each winter new rooms with new designs are created with 30,000 tons of snow and 10,000 tons of crystal clear ice from the nearby Torne River.

Duration

3 days

Season

Winter

Tour Type

Self-guided

Itinerary - Day by day

Tour category

Kaamos Hotel (standard room)

Silver

Accommodation at good tourist class hotels equal to 3 to 3+ stars according to Scandinavian standard.

Inside cabin included during overnight cruises.

See Silver accommodation

Kaamos Hotel (superior room)

Gold

Accommodation at 4 star hotels or at unique properties, like historic hotels or manor houses, selected for their atmosphere.

Outside (seaside) cabin included during overnight cruises.

See Gold accommodation

Services included: 

  • 1 night warm hotel accommodation at Kaamos Hotel in a standard room with private shower/WC, including breakfast.
  • 1 night in a "Ice Room" at Jukkasjärvi Ice Hotel, including warm facilities as described, including breakfast.
  • Return transfer from Kiruna Airport to the Ice Hotel.
  • Electronic travel documentation, including a detailed travel itinerary and travel vouchers.
  • Additional services included for Tour Category GOLD only:
  • Guests booking category GOLD will be staying at an Art Suite Winter at Jukkasjärvi Ice Hotel.
  • From winter 2019/2020 a superior room is included at Kaamos Hotel when booking our category GOLD. 

The Ice Hotel opens December 13 2019. When booking a tour between November 1 and December 12 you will spend the night in an Art Suite at Icehotel 365, the all-year ice hotel structure.

Travelling before December 13 2019:
This tour is available from November 1, but please be aware that the seasonal ice hotel is under construction during this period. It is however a great opportunity for a behind the scenes experience (you will not be able to enter the ice hotel). Please note that some of the optional winter activities might not be available though.