Sweden's stunning floating hotel

ArcticBath is a new hotel adrift on the Lule River in the Scandinavian north -- a glacial haven of snow-tipped forests, world-class fishing, amazing wildlife and the Northern Lights.
The resort is from the team behind the region's acclaimed Treehotel -- the quirky brainchild of owners Britta and Kent Lindvall, situated amongst the forest canopy. ArcticBath will offer a similar mix of luxury and nature -- inspired by the wild, stunning Swedish surroundings. The unusual design of ArcticBath has a homegrown history.
The resort is home to six, 25-square-meter hotel rooms alongside saunas, a cold plunge pool, spa treatment rooms, a restaurant and bar and the central open-air bath.


 During winter, the resort will be frozen into the ice. During the summer it'll be floating in the river. The center of the bath will offer spectacular panoramas of the Swedish night sky above.


ArcticBath is due to open in the latter half of 2018.

[Arctic Bath in Harads - Swedish Lapland]
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