A peek into Sweden’s incredible Icehotel, Lapland


A peek into Sweden’s incredible Icehotel

You must have heard and seen several gorgeous ice hotels dotted around the world, but surely you must not have seen anything like Sweden’s latest Icehotel, which looks no less than a
Frozen dream. The hotel, in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden, is all set to entice travellers from across the world with its magical ambience and awesome architecture.

A peek into Sweden’s incredible Icehotel

Visitors can experience the hotel until April 11 but there’s a permanent part of the property called, Icehotel 365, which will remain open all the time. The venue will offer ice and snow experiences 365 days of the year and will host ephemeral art exhibitions. The ice art would be made from water drawn from the Torne River.

A peek into Sweden’s incredible Icehotel

Luca Roncoroni, creative director of Icehotel said, “The pandemic forced us to think differently, but the result is a stunning homage to Sweden. The 31st edition of Icehotel will be a memorable one. The 35 artists created concepts that will mesmerize our guests, giving them a much-needed escape from the reality of this year.”

Icehotel’s features

A peek into Sweden’s incredible Icehotel

This year, the property will display 12 unique art suites in the hotel and will feature six new art suites. The property also features a ceremony hall where people can organise weddings and other parties. By December 21, the hotel will have six art suites too which will be equipped with a QR code. Interested people can scan these codes to listen to an audio guide explaining more about the art project.

A peek into Sweden’s incredible Icehotel

Then there’s a frozen forest set right in
Skogen (the Ceremony Hall) and for kids, there is a
Toybox suite full of toys. Another prime feature of the place is the art suite
Sauna which is the coldest sauna in the world!

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