Floating hotel in Sweden offers several floating cabins where you can have a privileged view of the northern lights
stay in a floating hotel It would already be a truly amazing experience. However, in addition to floating on the waters of the Lule River, in Sweden, The Arctic Bath hotel still presents its guests with privileged views of the Northern Lights.
Recently opened, the hotel works as a kind of “bird's nest”. The bold construction, fruits of the architects' work Bertil Harström and Johan Kauppi, comprises a main building in the shape of a circle accompanied by a series of floating cabins around it.
Thus, the project also allows visitors to observe the aurora borealis in the winter months and the midnight sun in the summer.
The hotel even offers non-floating cabins, all decorated with high-end elements. Those that are floating have 24 m², while those that are not have 62 m². In order to promote peace and well-being to all guests, the floating hotel also has a meditation space, sunbathing, restaurant, spa, among other amenities.
In addition, the project was carried out only with sustainable materials that complement the surrounding nature. According to those responsible, its construction generated a minimal impact on the environment. Click here to access the floating hotel website and learn more about the project.
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