Sweden Ice Hotel & Treehotel

Combine two of Northern Sweden's most spectacular accommodation; the original Ice Hotel and the Treehotel. Spend the night surrounded by ice art and in a unique cabin in the woods. Join optional winter activities such as Northern Lights dog sledding, snowmobile safaris and more.

Start the tour in Luleå instead of Kiruna?


4 days





Tour Type

Self guided

Tour category

Kaamos Hotel (standard room)


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

Inside cabin included during overnight cruises.

See Silver accommodation

Kaamos Hotel (superior room)


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.
  • 1 night in a “Tree Room” at the Tree Hotel, including breakfast
  • Transfer from Kiruna Airport to the Ice Hotel
  • Transfer from the Ice Hotel to Kiruna train station
  • Train from Kiruna to Boden
  • Transfer from Boden train station to the Treehotel
  • Transfer from the Treehotel to Luleå airport
  • 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 a “Art Suite Winter” at Jukkasjärvi Ice Hotel and at The Cabin at the Treehotel.
  • 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.

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