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Icehotel

The ICEHOTEL is not only an hotel built of ice and snow but is, in itself, an art project; inspired by the Torneälven river and built by experienced ice artists who create new and unique art and design each year.

The hotel is built by the side of the river during mid November where it stands throughout the winter until temperatures rise above zero and it melts away back into the river the following April. It is located in the tiny village of Jukkasjärvi, 200 kms north of the Arctic Circle in Swedish Lapland. The area where the village stands was originally a Sámi marketplace and was given its current name by Finnish speaking settlers (järvi means lake) in the 17th century.

Icehotel

Day 1 | Arrive in Swedish Lapland

Arrive Kiruna by air from the UK. Met on arrival for your private transfer to Jukkasjärvi and the ICEHOTEL resort. Check-in to your cool room at the front desk of the service building. You will have access to your room from 1800 so in the meantime you are free to relax in the resort’s main building and we have included a 3-course dinner menu in the ICEHOTEL Restaurant for you. If you want to start acclimatising in preparation for your unique overnight why not visit the ICEBAR for a real drink on the rocks?

1 night JUKKASJÄRVI - Ice Room at the Icehotel
Meals included today:  Dinner


Day 2 | Optional excursions and activities

At 0730 you will be woken up to a cup of hot lingonberry juice. This is your signal to slowly get up and make your way to the showers and sauna - from one extreme to the other! Once you are thoroughly warm and dressed a delicious buffet breakfast is waiting for you. The remainder of your stay is in warm accommodation and we have an enticing collection of pre-bookable optional activities available to enhance your winter experience. See the Excursions tab for details and prices.

2 nights JUKKASJÄRVI - Kaamos Hotel Room, Icehotel
Meals included today:  Breakfast


Day 3 | Free day

Again breakfast is served in the main building and you have another full day of pre-booked optional activities to look forward to.

Meals included today:  Breakfast


Day 4 | Homeward bound

Transfer to Kiruna Airport for your return flight home.

Meals included today:  Breakfast

Departure Day:  Possible daily
Departure Dates:  1 Nov 2020 – 13 Apr 2021
Duration:  3 nights
Prices from:  £985 per person, based on two people travelling together and sharing an Ice Room in the ICEHOTEL and a twin/double Kaamos warm room (see supplements for upgraded rooms in the ICEHOTEL).

 
Departure Dates Price per person Extra night warm Extra night cold
1 – 12 Dec 2020*
6 – 18 Jan 2021
1 – 31 Mar 2021
£1195 £120 £205
13 Dec 2020 – 5 Jan 2021*
19 Jan – 29 Feb 2021
£1395 £145 £295
1 – 30 Nov 2020*
1 – 13 Apr 2021
£1095 £105 £155
* During the early part of the season certain activities which rely on snow depth may not be available or may be at risk of cancellation. Please ask for further details. Guests staying in ‘Cold’ accommodation during November and early December will stay in ICEHOTEL 365. The Original ICEHOTEL is open from mid-December.

Deposit:  25% of holiday cost per person.


Upgraded Accommodation

There are a variety of room upgrades available in the cold accommodation at ICEHOTEL. The following are the supplements per person per night for upgrading from the standard Ice Room accommodation which included in the prices given above:

  • Art Suite 365 – £70 per person
  • Art Suite original – £80 per person
  • Deluxe Suite Johka – £210 per person
  • Deluxe Suite Hilla – £220 per person
  • Deluxe Suite 365 Jáuvre – £260 per person

It is important to read the Terms and Conditions which apply when making a confirmed booking with us. By asking us to confirm your booking, we are entitled to assume that you have read and understood our terms and conditions, and agree to them.

Price includes:

  • Scheduled return flights with SAS from Heathrow to Kiruna (via Stockholm) including 23kgs of checked luggage and one piece of hand-luggage per person. Pre-reserved seats available free of charge when checking in online 22-hours prior to departure.
    Alternative departure airports and airlines available – please ask for details and prices.
  • Return private airport transfers.
  • 1 night in an Ice Room for two people including luggage locker (main building), thermal sleeping bag, hot drink, sauna, shower and breakfast.
  • 3-course Chef’s Menu in the ICEHOTEL Restaurant on your day of arrival. Subsequent evenings a table reservation is made and you have a choice of dining options (see below).
  • 2 nights in a Kaamos Hotel Room based on a double/twin room with shower and WC including breakfast.
  • Warm boots, snowsuit, mittens and balaclava for the duration of your stay.
  • Scandinavia Only travel document wallet.
  • 24-hour emergency telephone assistance.
  • ATOL Protection.

 

ICEHOTEL – Jukkasjärvi

ICEHOTEL in Swedish Lapland

ORIGINAL ICEHOTEL

The ICEHOTEL at Jukkasjärvi was the first hotel of its kind and and is built of ice and snow with designs inspired by the local nature.  There is, of course, an Ice Bar and lounge where you can mingle with other guests sipping colourful cocktails from glasses made of ice.  There is, however, a  warmer option available, sitting in the warm building connected to the ICEHOTEL around a crackling fire until it is time for bed.   A hot drink, breakfast and sauna are included the following morning.

ROOM TYPES

ART SUITE | 15 ROOMS: Beautifully carved by hand from the pristine Torne River ice, our Art Suites are all individually designed and created by hand-picked artists from around the world and a wide range of disciplines. These ephemeral rooms last for a few months during winter before returning to Torne River come spring. We have 12 double rooms, 2 three-bed rooms, and 1 four-bed room in this category.

ICE ROOM | 20 ROOMS: The Ice Rooms are comfortable with pure and clean ice décor that embellish the rooms. With a room temperature of –5 degrees Celsius, we offer you the basic ICEHOTEL-experience and a good night’s sleep. We have 11 double rooms, 2 three-bed rooms and 1 four-bed room in this category.

  • Art Suite: Our room with exquisite hand carved ice art — each suite individually designed. The bedframe is made of ice. You sleep on a thick mattress that is covered with reindeer hides. A thermal sleeping bag keeps you warm throughout the night.
  • Ice Room: Our standard room with ice décor and a bed made of ice. The bed you sleep on has a thick mattress that  rests on a wooden base. The bed is covered with reindeer hides and you sleep in a thermal sleeping bag.

ICEHOTEL 365

Available all year round and run on solar power, ICEHOTEL 365 with heated en-suite bathrooms, real doors and ceiling heights of four meters that give each room magnificent dimensions adds a new level of luxury to the ICEHOTEL-experience. Each suite is individually themed and hand carved by select artists from around to world and a wide range of disciplines. The bedrooms are furnished with exclusive Carpe Diem Beds, which provide the best comfort. All beds are covered with reindeer hides and on top of this you sleep in a thermal sleeping bag. The rooms hold a temperature of –5 to –8 degrees Celsius.

DELUXE SUITES 365 | 9 ROOMS: The Deluxe Suites are our largest suites and feature a heated relaxation area with designed en-suite bathroom. Champagne in the room, complimentary organic Arctic spa products and luggage service are included in the price. You can check-in and get private access to your room from 15:00. We offer 9 double rooms in this category; 1 Johka, 4 Hilla and 4 Jáuvre.

  • Deluxe Suite 365, Johka – The spacious relaxation in Johka holds a bathroom, two comfortable armchairs and double waterfall showers directly connected to the bedroom. The design is a combination of local culture and history in the building material and details. Johka is wheelchair accessible.
  • Deluxe Suite 365, Hilla- The relaxation Hilla holds a bathroom, two comfortable armchairs, shower and sauna directly connected to the bedroom. The design is a combination of local culture and history in the building material and details.
  • Deluxe Suite 365, Jáuvre – The relaxation Jáuvre holds a bathroom, two comfortable armchairs, shower, sauna and bathtub directly connected to the bedroom. The design is a combination of local culture and history in the building material and details.

ART SUITES 365 | 11 ROOMS: The Art Suites come with a complimentary private changing booth and luggage storage in Riverside Lobby, adjacent to ICEHOTEL. Saunas, showers and additional toilets are also located here. Heated toilets and a charging station for your phone or tablet can be found inside ICEHOTEL 365, in close proximity to your room. We offer 11 double rooms in this category.

Kaamos Hotel Room at the ICEHOTEL

Kaamos Rooms at the ICEHOTEL

Warm accommodation at the ICEHOTEL is provided in their Kaamos Hotel Rooms. There are two types of room: standard and superior, however the difference is primarily one of higher standard of decoration and artwork.

All Kaamos rooms are ground floor level and have 2 beds, desk and a seating area and a small coffee table. With a base of whitewashed wooden panel walls and calm shades of white, brown and dark grey. The hallway and en-suite tiled bathroom have heated stone floors. Each room has two floor-to-ceiling corner windows that let in plenty of light and overlook spruce and birch growing wild.

Snowmobile Adventure from ICEHOTEL

Description: Experience Lapland’s magnificent winter nature in broad daylight. This excursion takes you across frozen lakes, through hilly landscapes and the Torne River. Along the route, you will stop for a traditional Swedish ‘fika’ (coffee served with something sweet) by the fire.
Departures:  Daily, 1300-1600
Price: £130 per person (2 per vehicle), £200 per person (1 per vehicle). £65 per child (under 12 years).
Good to Know: Suitable for all however, you need to be 18 years of age and hold a valid driver’s licence to drive a snowmobile.
Booking code: JUKSNMOADV

 

Snowmobiling in swedish lapland

Northern Lights Safari on Snowmobile from ICEHOTEL

Description:  A clear sky, darkness and some patience are the best ingredients for hunting the northern lights. On this tour, you take a snowmobile out in the wilderness where the northern lights are most visible. The guide will talk about the phenomenon of the northern lights and how it occurs. Along the way you stop in a warm wilderness cabin where the guide serves a two-course dinner.
Operates:  1 December – 13 April
Departs:  Daily, 1900 – 2300 (until 25 Mar), 2000 – Midnight (22 Mar – 13 Apr)
Price:  £195 per person (2 pax per vehicle), £265 per person (1 pax per vehicle). £98 per child (up to 12 years).
Good to Know: Suitable for all however, you need to be 18 years old and hold a valid driver’s licence to drive a snowmobile.
Booking code: JUKNORLIA

Dog Sledding Lunch Tour from ICEHOTEL – Mush or Ride!

Description: On this hands-on dog sled tour you will learn to run your own team of huskies and get an interesting insight into the musher’s adventurous life in the last wilderness of Europe. After an introduction to equipment and safety the journey through the wintry landscape begins. Heading out across the snowy plains gives a huge feeling of freedom. Halfway through the tour a traditional lunch is served at a cosy wilderness camp. Drive your own team or sit on the guide’s sled as a passenger through the beautiful snowy plains.
Operates:  1 December – 13 April
Departs:  Daily, 1115 – 1515
Duration:  4 hours
Price:  £380 per person if driving or ‘mushing’ own dog team. £305 per adult as a passenger or £150 per child (5-12 years).
Price includes:  Transfers, guide, thermal clothing, wilderness lunch.
Good to know:  The minimum age for driving or ‘mushing’ the dogs is 15. Passengers and children travel in the guide’s sled. Read our simple guide to prepare for your dog-sledding adventure.
Booking Code: JUKDOGSLED

Dog sled ride in Swedish Lapland

Experience Dog Sledding from ICEHOTEL

Description:  Experience the beautiful winter wonderland from the dog sled. This is a perfect activity for families travelling with kids or those who want a calm and cosy tour. On this tour you ride as a passenger in the sled and experience the dogs’ tremendous desire to run and pull. You stop along the way for fika (tea/coffee and cake) served by an open fire.
Operates:  1 December – 13 April
Departures:  Daily, 0930-1100 or 1300-1430.
Price:  £140 per adult. £70 per child (5-12 years)
Good to Know: This trip is not recommend forchildren under 5 as temeperatures can be very cold – especially in December and February.
Booking Code:  JUKDOGWIN

Dog sledding in Swedish Lapland

The Ultimate Dog Sledding Adventure (Overnight) from ICEHOTEL

Description:  Join an exciting adventure with your own team of sled dogs in search of the Aurora Borealis. You are picked up from ICEHOTEL with a snowmobile sled and taken across the frozen Torne River to the husky kennel where you meet your own team of dogs. The dog sled guide walks you through the equipment and safety before you head out on a fantastic winter adventure, driving your own dog sled following the guide to one of our secluded wilderness camps with the option to try a traditional sauna. You are served a 2-course dinner during the evening and hopefully, the Northern Lights will make an appearance! After breakfast, you help to harness the dogs and drive your own sled back to ICEHOTEL.
Operates:   3 December – 13 April (no tours 26, 27, 28 or 29 December)
Departures:  Daily, 1530-1100 (day after).
Price: £635 per adult, £320 per child (up to 12 years)
Price Includes:  your own dog sled, accommodation in a wilderness cabin (shared double room), sauna experience with snacks, 2-course dinner and breakfast.
Good to Know: 15 years or older required to drive the dog sled and good physical shape otherwise you can travel as a passenger. Younger children sit in the guide’s sled. Please note it can be very cold during the period December to February and we recommend discussing this further with a member of our team should you wish to bring younger children. Beverages are not included in the price however, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks can be bought by card locally.
Booking Code: JUKSLDOGOV

Ráidu – Meet the Reindeer from ICEHOTEL

Description: For thousands of years, the Sámi people have lived in harmony with nature and their reindeer, constantly moving in search of food for the herd. Here you get to meet the reindeers and let them pull you by sled on a 200 meter track. After a short transfer from Icehotel, you encounter the Sámi culture at Nutti Sámi Siida, founded by the Sámi Nils Nutti. Here you get to meet and feed the curious reindeer and learn more about the Sámi lifestyle and the indigenous people of the region before driving a reindeer sled around a fenced 200-meter track in a wooden sled, pulled by a reindeer. You then gather around the fire in a traditional Sámi tent where you are served coffee and get to taste the Sámi signature dish ‘suovas’. The tour ends with a short transfer back to Icehotel.

Operates: 1 Dec-31 Mar (No tour 24 December).
Departures:  Daily, 1400 1700
Price:  £225 per adult, £110 per child (up to 12 years)
Price Includes: The Sámi delicacy ‘Suovas’, coffee and driving a reindeer sled.
Booking Code: JUKRAENREA

This tour is certified with the Swedish Ecotourism Society’s Label, Nature’s Best Sweden.

Moose Safari on Horseback from ICEHOTEL

Description:  Transfer by bus from ICEHOTEL to Ofelas Icelandic Horse Farm where you meet the animals and prepare your own horse. You ride the Icelandic horse through the moose’s grazing land with an amazing view over Sweden’s highest mountain range Kebnekaise. The king of the forest, the moose, is often seen in this area grazing for food during the winter and you have the opportunity to come really close. After the ride, you help unsaddle the horses and are served a 3-course traditional lunch. Minimum age 12 years, maximum weight 90 kgs.
Operates: 1 December – 11 April
Departures:  Daily, 0900-1500.
Price:  £205 per person
Booking Code: JUKMOOSAF

Moose Safari in Sweden Lapland

Horseback Tour in the Northern Lights from ICEHOTEL

Description:  A northern lights experience is amazing and becomes even more breathtaking seen from the horseback out in the wilderness. Enjoy the bus transfer to the Ofelas Icelandic horse farm, where you will meet the animals and prepare your own horse. The tranquil ride through the winter evening is magical, like being inside a fairy tale. Back at the farm, dinner is made with local produce and served in a Sámi hut.
Operates:  12 October – 11 April
Departs:  Daily, 1530 – 2030 (until 29 Feb 2020), 1700 – 2200 (1 Mar – 11 Apr)
Price: £205 per person. Minimum age 12 years.
Booking Code: JUKNLHORSE

Northern Lights Photography Tour from ICEHOTEL

Description:  If you want to be sure of taking good photos of the amazing Northern Lights then this is the tour for you. Our photo-guides lend you good cameras and tripods for Northern Lights photography or, if you prefer to use your own camera, you will receive guidance on how best to use it. Tis tour is great for beginners, you go to beautiful photo locations where there are good chances to photograph and experience the Aurora Borealis. While you wait for the Northern Lights you learn the primary skills for night-time photography so you can capture the Northern Lights, the nature and yourselves in the camera’s lens. The tour ends with a cup of coffee or tea by the fire.
Operates:  1 September – 13 April,
Departures:  Daily: 1900 – 2330 (1/9 – 26/3), 2000 – 0000 (28/3 – 13/4).
Price:  £156 per person. £98 if aged 10-15 years.
Price Includes: Camera, tripod, coffee/tea and introduction to nighttime photography N.B. Bring your own SD memory card – at least 4GB or purchase one locally for 200 SEK.
Booking Code: JUKNLPHOTO

Northern Lights in Swedish Lapland

Wildlife and Nature Photography at ICEHOTEL

Description:  Begin the tour at the ICEHOTEL, where a photo guide picks you up and takes you out into nature in a minivan. Be ready to spot arctic wildlife like moose, reindeer and birds. Your guide will help you capture them and the wonderful surroundings on camera. At the end of the tour enjoy a cup of coffee or tea. SD memory card, minimum 8 GB is not included.  
Operates:  Available all year round
Departs:  Daily, 0900 – 1300
Price:  £156 per person
Price Includes: Camera with a 300 mm tele lens, coffee/tea by an open fire and an introduction to wildlife photography. No previous knowledge required. N.B. Bring your own memory card or purchase one on site for 200 SEK.
Booking Code: JUKWILDLIF

Wilderness Dinner from ICEHOTEL

Description:  The northernmost part of Sweden is unique with its eight seasons. Taste the season on this delicious dinner experience in the woodlands. You head out to a secluded wilderness camp by minivan. The eight seasons, each with its own characteristics, inspires the exclusive 3-course wilderness dinner made and served by your guide. Enjoy the wonderful flavours of the current season.
Operates: 1st December – 13th April
Departures:  Daily, 1900 – 2300,.
Price:  £240 per adult. £120 per child (under 12 year)
Price includes: Pre-dinner aperitif, three course dinner and wine package or non alcoholic drinks.
Booking Code: JUKWILDDIN

Chef’s Table on the Veranda from ICEHOTEL

Description:  A wonderful, 12-course dinner served around a huge wooden table in the company of fellow guests. Two acclaimed chefs from Head Chef, Alexander Meier’s culinary crew, cook and serve your menu with accompanying beverages selected by sommelier Sofie Nordefors – all cooked and served in front of you, culinary theatre! Your chefs will talk about the produce, its preparation, cooking method and, of course, taste. This is a very intimate experience and, in keeping with visiting a Swedish home, guests are asked to remove their shoes when entering the ‘dwelling’. Perfect for a special occasion…or just because you’re worth it!
Available:  Daily from November – March
Duration:  Approximately 4 hours, beginning at 1800 and ending at 2200.
Price:  £245 per person

Chefs Table on the Veranda

Jukkasjärvi Sauna Ritual at ICEHOTEL

Description: Pamper body and soul with a specially composed sauna ritual including a roll in the snow and an ice plunge.The sauna has a long tradition in northern Sweden and the contrasts between hot and cold are said to have wholesome effects, so take the opportunity and use the sauna like a local in Jukkasjärvi Culture Sauna. Carry out the ten steps in Jukkasjärvi Sauna Ritual and try everything from the sauna, wash with tar soap, take a plunge into Torne River and have a pleasant moment in the heated outdoor bathtubs. The sauna guide informs you about the basics of the sauna in Jukkasjärvi Culture Sauna.
Operates:  1 October – 13 April
Departs:  Daily, 1400-1630, 1700 – 1930, 2000 – 2230
Price:  £445 for a group up to 6.
Price Includes: Light finger food, towel, bathrobe, spa products and diploma!
Good to Know: Suitable for all. N.B. It is recommended that pregnant women or guests with heart conditions do not do the ice plunge.
Booking Code: JUSAUNA

Sauna Ritual, Icehotel

Ice Sculpting at ICEHOTEL

Description:  Take an intense course in ice sculpting, a must when you’re at ICEHOTEL. The class starts with the instructor talking about the crystal clear ice, which is harvested from Torne River. After that, you get an introduction on how to use the tools, your own ice block and can let the creativity flow and ice take shape.
Operates:  1 December – 13 April
Departs:  Daily, 1300-1530
Price:  £75 per adult. (Minimum age: 13).
Booking Code: JUKICESCU

Ice sculpture at the ICEHOTEL

To ensure the experience meets your expectations, there are a few things that are useful to know in advance:

Between 10 am and 6 pm, Icehotel is open to the public. Day visitors and guests have access to see all the rooms (except Deluxe Suites) and join a guided tour. This means overnight guests get their rooms at 6 pm and wake-up call is around 7:30 am when staying cold. (Check-in and out for warm rooms is at 3 pm and 11 am).

All rooms except the Art and Deluxe Suites in Icehotel 365 have curtain doors.
The beds in the cold rooms have a bedframe made of ice, slatted bed base with mattress, reindeer skins and pillows.

There are no bathrooms (except the Deluxe Suites) or storage in the cold rooms. These facilities are housed in a heated service building, the Riverside Lobby, where you also keep your belongings during the cold night. The service desk is staffed 24 hours.

You get a locker or cubicle (if staying in a suite), where you can get changed and keep your belongings.

The changing rooms, sauna and showers are communal for women and men respectively.
There are no electric sockets to charge your phone inside the cold room, so be sure to charge your phone before going to bed.

If you’re changing between cold and warm accommodation, there are about 6-7 hours when you don’t have a room to withdraw to. We strongly recommend you to plan one or two excursions during this time as exploring nature and local culture is a substantial part of getting the full experience. Our lounge and shop are open from 10 am.

Ice is an organic material. We may carry out maintenance and repairs during open hours.

Icehotel is built in sections, which means that there is still building work going on for some time after we’re open for guests.

During your stay at the Icehotel warm boots, a snowsuit, mittens and balaclava are included for the duration of your stay.

However, as a rule of thumb for any Arctic winter holiday, we would strongly recommend the layering principal (base, mid, outer) with man-made thermal fibres or wool. In our opinion wool is definitely best, and merino wool is soft and cosy and certainly a good investment. A good, waterproof outdoor jacket is essential, and also over trousers are a bonus if you have them. Wool socks (we wouldn't wear anything else here), perhaps a couple of pairs, and good hiking boots or snow boots are very important. Gloves, scarf, hat and you're raring to go!

If you're doing optional excursions like dog-sledding, snowshoeing, and Aurora hunting activities you will be provided with thermal overalls to ensure you are warm and cosy during extended periods outdoors.

For your night in ICEHOTEL, we recommend you wear thermal underwear, warm socks and a hat, and perhaps bring an extra fleece jacket or similar. The key is to think layers that allow good ventilation of body heat, materials that breathe and avoiding perspiration. Opt for oil-based creams and skip the morning shower when you have a day planned outdoors.

The temperature inside the hotel hovers at a constant of -5 to -7 C. We provide you with expedition-style sleeping bags which are tested for extreme temperatures, so you’ll be fine with just thermals, hat, warm socks and a mid-layer jumper. You are given access to your room at 6 pm, but the heated service building, the Riverside Lobby, is staffed and open 24 hours, this is where you store your belongings, collect your sleeping bag and use the bathroom, shower and sauna.

When staying in an ice room or in one of the art suites you store your belongings in a locker or booth in the warm Riverside Lobby which is staffed 24 hours, located just metres from the hotel. The Deluxe suite 365 has a private sauna, shower and toilet directly connected to the bedroom. The heated relaxation area also provides storage for your belongings.

Basically it is a year round Icehotel! It is a structure with a green turf roof, covered with Arctic mountain flowers and grass before the snow arrives and then covered with snow when the snow falls. The turf roof covers metal sheets, protecting the building insulation which is designed to keep cold air in. The arched inner ceiling has built-in chilling tubes holding a temperature of -5 C. The inner walls are then covered in snow. The whole structure is held up by pillars, but the walls of the rooms are made from snow. As with the original Icehotel a key element is its adornment inside with decorative objects, pillars and sculptures. 25 commissioned artists and architects are responsible for the decoration and design of the suites, bar and gallery. Icehotel 365 means you are now able to enjoy an Icehotel experience all year round.

Absolutely! You just need to let us know at the time of booking in order that we may insure our suppliers provide you with suitable tasty alternatives. We and they, cannot be held responsible for the provision of inappropriate meals if we were not informed they were required.

In our honest opinion we would have to say no for very young children. The minimum age we would recommend would be 10 years old. Not everyone sleeps like a log in the cold rooms and if you have young children, who have had little sleep...well you know where we're going with this one! Very young children do not have the same ability to keep warm as older children and adults, so we recommend you bring them back when they've reached the magical double figures.

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