The small, remote village of Jukkasjärvi is home to one of Sweden’s most famous attractions: the spectacular ICEHOTEL. Created from huge blocks of ice harvested from the River Torne and a team of artists from around the world who come to turn their ideas into reality, ICEHOTEL (the winter structure) is open to visitors from December to April. ICEHOTEL 365 opened in November 2016 and is a permanent structure featuring ice suites, and ice gallery and an ice bar.
Kaamos warm rooms are spacious and comfortable. Natural materials are complemented by organic shades of white, grey and brown. Each room has two beds, a desk and a seating area with armchairs and a small coffee table and the en-suite bathroom has a heated stone floor. In keeping with Jukkasjärvi’s traditional look, the rooms are housed six or eight rooms in wooden single floor houses. Each room has two floor-to-ceiling corner windows.
Ice Rooms, based in the winter structure, have a classic design. These rooms hold a temperature of -5 to -8 degrees Celsius. Beds have a thick mattress which rests on a wooden base. The bed is covered with reindeer hides and you sleep in a thermal sleeping bag. Instead of doors the hotel rooms have curtains that you draw to give you and your company privacy.