Looking for a truly VIP experience? Scheduled to open soon, the new floating Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa in Sweden is amazing. This luxury hotel is like no other in the world.
What makes the Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa so unique is the how it directly relates to Sweden’s weather extremes. During the warm summer months, the hotel floats on the scenic Lulu River. During the harsh winter months, this luxury hotel actually freezes into the river. That is literally being at one with nature!
Sweden is a magical travel destination. It borders both Norway and Finland. From the scenic islands in Stockholm, the rugged western coast and frozen lands to the north, there is so much Sweden has to offer. If you desire a VIP experience, then plan your next luxury vacation with a stay at the new Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa.
The Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa is the result of collaboration between Travel experts Off the Map Travel, plus the group that developed the fascinating Treehotel in Harads, Sweden. The new floating hotel and spa provides the perfect locale to view the world famous Northern Lights. In addition, the hotel is designed after how fallen trees were transported down the Lulu River. Furthermore, the process of timber floating was popular many years ago.
The Arctic Bath project was developed by Kent Lindvall, Per Anders Eriksson, Robert Lundqvist, Patrik Jonsson and AnnKathrin Lundqvist. where the Treehotel takes the use of lumber in the air, the Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa is designed with a basis of water. The hotel’s goal was to use minimalist furniture and building design. Their success is a vision of beauty that naturally blends into its outdoor surroundings.
Jonny Cooper is both the founder of Off the Map Travel, as well as an Arctic travel expert. Mr Cooper was quoted, “The circular shape of spa and Arctic Bath creates a protected environment sheltering guests and creating a haven to relax and soak up the local Arctic environment. You can experience the spa bath and stay overnight in a room that will float or be frozen into the ice, depending on the season. This will be a one-of-a kind Arctic experience. Although all seven buildings will be securely anchored in place they are freely floating in water or frozen into ice.”
Although the completion date of the new Swedish hotel is a few months away, you can make reservations now. Customers who do get a chance to stay, will be treated to a rare mixture of luxury amenities and the beautiful environment. The open middle potion of the Arctic Bath is designed for sunbathing and ice bathing. Plus, it’s a prime location and ideal way to experience the Northern Lights or star-lit skies.
Take an invigorating dip into the spectacular bath. Following a traditional Arctic method, plunge into the cold-water. The water is kept at a chilly 39 degrees Fahrenheit. But don’t be discouraged. Next, combine it with the warmth of the sauna and spa. A special technique was developed to allow the center of the bath to remain open even during winter.
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