Swe­den’s Icehotel

ex­pe­ri­ence the won­ders of Swedish La­p­land at the amaz­ing icehotel – plus hear an ex­clu­sive talk from north­ern Lights expert dr Melanie win­dridge

Woman & Home - - Editor's Letter -

ex­pe­ri­ence the won­ders of swedish la­p­land at the amaz­ing icehotel

Wak­ing up in a cosy sleep­ing bag on top of Arctic furs in a mag­i­cal frozen bed­room is a once-ina-life­time ex­pe­ri­ence. which is why we’ve teamed up with nordic travel spe­cial­ist dis­cover the world to cre­ate this ex­clu­sive trip for w&h read­ers to stay at the fa­mous icehotel in Swedish La­p­land.

this amaz­ing ho­tel – the first and largest of its kind – is cre­ated new each win­ter us­ing a unique mix of ice and snow. Plus there’s no need to worry about the cold – for the one night you spend in an ice room or Art Suite, you’ll sleep in an ex­pe­di­tion-style sleep­ing bag, so wear­ing ther­mals, a hat and warm socks will be enough to keep you toasty.

the ho­tel com­plex features two main build­ings of snow and ice (one of which is a per­ma­nent year-round icehotel) that house the bed­rooms and the ice­bar, plus a sep­a­rate fully heated ser­vice build­ing with show­ers, lava­to­ries and sauna fa­cil­i­ties so you’ll have no prob­lem keep­ing warm.

You’ll also be joined by the sci­en­tist, au­thor and pre­sen­ter dr Melanie win­dridge, one of the world’s lead­ing ex­perts on the north­ern Lights, who will give an ex­clu­sive talk and Q&A**, plus you’ll meet some of the team who de­signed and built the icehotel, to find out what it takes to cre­ate this ex­tra­or­di­nary ho­tel. Plus there’s

a whole Arctic won­der­land d ld wait­ing for you to ex­plore, with op­tional ac­tiv­i­ties*** rang­ing from ice sculpt­ing to see­ing the north­ern Lights. So, if you’ve al­ways wanted to spend a night in the mag­i­cal icehotel, here’s your chance!

Stay in an amaz­ing Art Suite Deluxe Suite

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