Luxurious Family Break in Northern Sweden

by Angelique Platas

Feb 25, 2018

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Exploring Arctic regions and booking one-of-a-kind Northern European experiences may sound like a trip best taken in the winter, but with the flexible architecture of the Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa, families and travelers explore the natural wonders of Hedavan, Sweden, year-round.

In an effort to boost Arctic European travel and share incredible experiences with tourists, Off the Map Travel, Interreg Nord and the Visit Arctic Europe project teamed up to create the Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa.

Between the travel experts of Off the Map Travel, developing efforts of the Interreg Nord program and Visit Arctic Europe’s tourism itineraries, travelers expect to be dazzled.

The hotel features world-renowned Swedish design and interior furnishings at its finest, resembling a circular nest that wraps guests in while keeping the elements out. The exclusive resort maintains the natural beauty of the area while providing exceptional views of the great outdoors and wild surroundings.

Northern lights over frozen lake in Sweden Umea

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The high-end accommodations and exclusive getaway sits on the Lule River, located in northern Sweden, floating in the summer and frozen in place in the winter. With only six rooms, the Arctic Bath is the perfect escape for luxury spa treatments, seclusion, natural beauty and unbeatable views of the Northern Lights.

Take time to escape, unwind and indulge in wellness amenities, or explore the surrounding wonderland of natural beauty. Take a dip in the bath, warm up in the sauna or enjoy a spa treatment before heading to the restaurant with the family.

The new project will be completed this year and guests looking for a first-hand experience should inquire quickly — the one-of-a-kind resort is sure to fill up quickly. Check out dates, availability and pricing online, or email Off the Map Travel.

Reindeer in Sami Camp, Sweden

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Experience firsthand the wonders of Swedish design during your stay at the Arctic Bath Hotel. Ideal for sunbathing in summer, ice bathing in winter and the year-round spa, sauna and luxury bath, the resort boasts relaxation and wellness experiences for the whole family. Star gaze with the kids, or take a romantic getaway with your partner — either way the dramatic landscape, remote setting and world-class services are sure to impress.

Learn more about the project and others like it and get planning your once-in-a-lifetime trip later this year.


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