A floating double room cabin, connected to the shore by a floating walkway. That, in a nutshell, is what Arctic Bath, located on the Lule River in Luleå in the Swedish Lapland is all about. Six floating cabins connected to an avant-garde spa by above-water walkways.
Of course, if you’d like to be on land you have cabin for five, elevated on poles and situated on the shore among vegetation. It too is connected by walkways.
As you would expect in Scandinavia this floating hotel uses natural, sustainable materials like as wood, stone, leather and luxurious textiles that harmonize together. It is your perfect hide-away under the northern skies.
And, what do you to enjoy this experience? Well, there is the spa with an open-air cold bath and an extensive range of therapies. Just what you need after a husky sled ride, or ice fishing, cross country skiing, norther lights photography, moose safari or even bear spotting. Topped by a meal in the restaurant that features a daily changing five course set menu based on local ingredients.
All in all, a holiday idea that floats in a league of its own!