Warm Accommodation

Available year-round

For you who easily get cold feet or simply are searching for a cosy living to nestle under the duvets inbetween thrilling activities at Icehotel. Choose between traditional hotel rooms or chalets. Perfect to combine with one night amongst ice art to get the most out of your experience.
 

Armchair and lamp at Icehotel in a warm hotel room
Photo Linda Johansson
Warm hotel room with an armchair at Icehotel called Kaamos Superior
Photo Linda Johansson

KAAMOS HOTEL ROOM

44 ROOMS

Our hotel rooms are named Kaamos after the beautiful pastel colored arctic light on the sky, when the sun is below the horizon but its rays are refracted by the atmosphere of the earth, during Polar night. The rooms are spacious and comfortable with a calm feel. Natural materials are complemented by organic shades of white, grey and brown. All rooms are ground floor level with spruce and birch as your next door neighbors. There are two categories in this room type; Kaamos and Kaamos Superior.
 

ARCTIC CHALET

14 APARTMENTS

Our Arctic Chalets are traditionally Scandinavian with natural materials and colors. Rustic, simple and comfortable, this two bedroom apartment is decorated in natural materials and organic shades of dark blue, white and brown.
 

Arctic chalet at Icehotel
Photo Asaf Kliger
Double bed in Nordic Chalet at Icehotel
Photo Johan Broberg

NORDIC CHALET

14 APARTMENTS

The Nordic Chalet apartments are ideal for family or friends sharing. The décor is calm and classic Scandinavian, with white-washed wooden panel walls, birch wood details, heated tiled floors and shades of natural shades of grey, white and brown.
 

WE RECOMMEND

One night in Icehotel and the rest of your stay in a chalet or a traditional hotel room is ideal, as it gives you time to join wilderness excursions on the days when you have a warm room to return to in the evening. If possible, we recommend you book your first or last night on ice and the remaining nights in our chalets or hotel rooms.

 

Bed in a warm hotel room at Sweden's ice hotel
Photo Linda Johansson

 

 

 


 

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