Icehotel Holidays

With spectacular ice sculptures to marvel and sub-zero temperatures to snuggle up in, a night in an ice or snow hotel beckons with a unique combination of cosiness and thrill. Unsurprisingly, drifting off to sleep in an intricately designed ice room (deservedly) features on many bucket lists. As destination specialists, we’d like to empower travelers to go beyond the bucket list and choose the most suitable ice hotel experience based on their individual requirements

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Stunning ice stays

Arctic Scandinavia is home to a surpising variety of ice, snow and igloo hotels providing travelers with a range of options to customise the experience to personal interests and budgets. Here's a flavour of what options could suit you. 

Alternatively, we recommend our no-nonsense guide to Scandinavian ice hotels, or our take on the best ice hotels in the North. 

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The ICEHOTEL

Sweden

Not far from Sweden's northernmost town Kiruna lies the original ICEHOTEL.Handcrafted from the ice of the Torne River, the hotel beckons with artisan lodgings and breathtaking scenery.



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Snowhotel Kirkenes

Norway

Tucked between Finland's northern and Russia's western border and a short drive from the Barents Sea, the stunning Kirkenes Snowhotel offers access to unique activities like a king crab safari and mult-country adventures. We love the small-scale hotel for its warm hospitality, high quality activities and Aurora-friendly warm accommodation. 



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Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel

Norway

Travel to the northermost ice hotel in the world. At the igloo hotel intricate design rooms, and relaxing outdoor hot tubs, meet thrilling outdoor adventures in the surrounding mountains and Arctic fjords. 



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Customise your snowhotel experience

Arctic Scandinavia is home to a surprisingly wide range of ice, snow and igloo hotels, so travelers can decide on an experience that suits their personal preferences, and budget requirements. 

To help the decision, we recommend our no-nonsense ice hotel guide, and our take on the region's best ice hotels. 

 

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Icehotel combos

Most of our clients come afar, and we're committed to make the absolute most of their limited time. We find that combining an ice hotel stay with other unique stays or quintessentially Scandinavian log cabins helps travelers embrace the full Arctic experience. 

The ice hotel combos below are designed to give you a flavour of what's possible. 

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Remote design lodge

5 nights | From £2380

Combine a stay in a room made from ice and snow with a stay at Varanger Lodge, a minimalist design lodge, located at the water's edge. Choose to turn your stay into a digital detox to fully immerse in the rugged scenery unfolding outside the lodge's panoramic window. 



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Autumn highlights

5 nights | From £1285

This autumnal highlight tour features Swedish Lapland's best boutique stays including treetop accommodation at the Treehotel, the year-round ICEHOTEL 365, and Arctic spa chalet, Camp Ripan. 

 



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Tromso adventures

4 nights | From £995

Combine winter adventure activities in Arctic adventure capital Tromso, to then embrace a slower pace of life at the serene Sorrisniva Snowhotel. 



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Tie the knot

We'll help you make your wedding day memorable for all the right reasons and take care of the food, ceremony and guest accommodation.

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What to expect from a stay in an ice hotel

Staying in a cold room

Temperatures outside the ice hotel frequently drop below -20 degrees, yet room temperatures remain stable at about -5 degrees. Expect room temperatures to be refreshing, but not extremely cold. Guests who prefer having a back-up can upgrade to an Art Suite with a warm room attached. Or perhaps even a sauna? 

When to go

By Mid-December the vast majority of hotels welcome their first guests. By the end of April, the ice hotels close down until next season. If you still like to go, you can stay at the 365 ICE HOTEL. Open all year round, guests can enjoy a stay in luxurious art suites rounded off with a frosty drink at the ice bar. 

Photo: Hans Olufsen

 

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Rohiny's experience at the Kirkenes Snowhotel

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Staying at the ICE HOTEL 365 with children

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