SWEDEN — The long-awaited Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa in Kiruna, Sweden is now receiving bookings between February 2020 and February 2021.
The Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa, designed by architects Bertil Harström and Johan Kaupp, freezes into the Lule River in the winter and floats on top of the water in the summer. It offers wellness, mindfulness and cleansing treatments through spa partners Kerstin Florian.
The Arctic Bath Hotel and Spa offers a distinctive experience with a stay in the hotel, comprised of six detached floating cabins and six additional cabins on land. The spa complex and cabins float on waters ranging from 6.5 to 14 feet deep and are connected by floating walkways.
The Arctic Bath’s approach to wellness is based on four elements: proper nutrition, regular exercise, peace of mind, and the care of face and body. These are reflected through menus, snacks, and smoothies focusing on clean, local ingredients; the encouragement of exercise through a variety of activities; working with affirmation cards, mindfulness and meditation; and the Arctic Bath’s proprietary spa treatments.
The spa comes complete with a treatment room, four saunas, a cold bath, a hot bath, outdoor and indoor showers, and two dressing rooms.
“The opening of the Arctic Bath has been eagerly anticipated over the last year ever since plans were first announced,” said Jonny Cooper, founder of Off the Map Travel. “The serenity of the location combined with this distinctive wellness experience makes this a first in the travel world.”
Adds AnnKathrin Lundqvist from the Arctic Bath team: “The Arctic Bath really is a first – it’s a special spa experience. So much thought, engineering, and ingenuity have come together to provide visitors with an experience they can’t find anywhere else. We’re excited to welcome our first guests and to work with Off the Map Travel in the creation of this newest, luxurious Arctic holiday.”
To book an adventure to experience the Arctic Bath, contact Off the Map Travel via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 1-646-701-0041. For more information, click here.