ICEHOTEL

ICEHOTEL

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Welcome to the original ICEHOTEL. Founded in 1989 in the village of Jukkasjärvi, Sweden, ICEHOTEL is a hotel and an art exhibition with ever-changing art created in a new guise every winter, completely made out of natural ice from Torne River, one of Sweden’s national Rivers and last untouched waters. When the winter suites have melted back into the river in the spring, a part of the hotel still stands, our permanent part of ICEHOTEL called ICEHOTEL 365, open 365 days a year. A place where visitors can experience the ice and snow year-round and experience winter inside – no matter the outdoor temperature. Including our luxury suites, each with a private relaxe and bathroom, art suites, an ice gallery with ice sculpting opportunities for guests and our world famous ICEBAR that serves Champagne and drinks in the rocks. The entire ICEHOTEL 365 is cooled in the summer by the solar panels, harnessing the energy from the neverending midnight sun. A warm welcome to ICEHOTEL!
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Free parking
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Sauna
Free breakfast
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Breakfast buffet
Special diet menus
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Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
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Charming
Languages Spoken
English, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish

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Marknadsvagen 63, Jukkasjarvi, Kiruna 981 91 Sweden
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KZPNicole wrote a review Aug 2022
San Francisco, California73 contributions64 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked a room at the ICEHOTEL 365 for Aug 2020. Starting in the Spring of 2020, the reservations staff was responsive, helpful and accommodating as we moved our plans forward to 2021 and then again to 2022. A big thanks to everyone who emailed with me over the years!

We arrived at the ICEHOTEL on a later flight, so we were ready to check-in, eat dinner and get ready for our cold night in the "Toy Box" rm 317. When we first walked into the room - our roller suitcases scraping across the snow on the ground - we were all amazed. It was stunning and magical. We were fortunate to have a warm bathroom and because we have a 12 year old, having this space to get ready and as a "plan B" was very comforting. They had given us instructions that the one layer of thermals we brought with us was sufficient to keep us warm and the sleeping bags were designed for this. I even gave up my uncomfortable wool socks for some fuzzy socks I brought with me. We also all had hats - mine was cashmere and kept my head plenty warm. The only body part that got cold was our noses. The kiddo and I didn't fall asleep until after midnight, but after that we were able to sleep until morning.

We did a warm room the 2nd night and were perfectly satisfied with that room. We also did the photography tour and loved it. Not the mosquitos, but everything else.

Everyone who worked at the hotel and restaurant was very friendly. This was the highlight of our trip to Scandinavia and an incredible memory.
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Date of stay: August 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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4chillis wrote a review Jan 2020
Adelaide, Australia1,208 contribution245 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
The ice hotel has warm rooms and cold rooms. We opted for a cold room in the Ice Hotel. Tour luggage is stored in a locker and you have communal change rooms, showers and toilets. When you're ready (in your thermals) you grab your sleeping bag and liner and head for your room. Your bed is a block of ice with a mattress and reindeer skins on top. You slip into your sleeping bag and go to sleep. If you need the toilet during the night you need to run inside. Make sure you take the opportunity to check out the art rooms.
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Date of stay: January 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from Icehotel Team, Gästservice/reception at ICEHOTEL
Responded 30 Mar 2020
Thank you for commenting on us. All the best and a warm welcome back in the future, Icehotel team
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Jacqui R wrote a review Feb 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates18 contributions10 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had a night at the Ice Hotel and slept cold. Wow what an experience. The Ice Hotel itself is beautiful with all the Art Rooms with different ice carvings, as well as the more open spaces including the bar (with its own ice carved glasses making the champagne taste even better). Bring warm gear as it is of course cold.

Sleeping in an Ice Room was interesting. You are given a small locker room to keep your gear or otherwise you can sit in the main lounge. Once ready for bed you get a huge sleeping bag and head off to your ice room. It is like camping but in ice, so not 5 star, but the bags are very warm. Toilets are separate so require un-cocooning yourself and heading outside, but was not too bad. You are woken early with warm berry juice. You would only want one cold night, but there are warm rooms as well if you don't feel brave.
We also did the husky sledding which was amazing, you can either drive your own sled or be on one being driven. The excursion took most of the day and took us on the ice river and through the forests. The dogs clearly got such joy from the run it was lovely to see. A must do. Again the Hotel provides warm clothing, but bring lots with you.
Overall an amazing experience complemented by some lovely local food in the restaurant - we had the ice menu which was all delicious local fare.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Response from Icehotel Team, Gästservice/reception at ICEHOTEL
Responded 30 Mar 2020
Thank you for taking the time to recommend and comment on us. It makes us truly happy to hear that you had such a great experience. Best regards, Icehotel team
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KE6 wrote a review Feb 2020
Porthcawl, United Kingdom361 contributions139 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
I have wanted to go to the Ice Hotel in Sweden for years and years. We booked through Discover the World and I would recommend them for this trip.

We had the first 2nights in a 2 bed cabin, spaceous with a kitchenette which is useful. The only negative was we couldn't close the bedroom door, the bed was in the way so at night the outside light from the adjacent cabin shone through the living room windows as there were no curtains so thebedroom wasn'ta dark as I would have liked.

We had 2 evening meals at the restaurant over the road from the main reception. Food was lovely, about £50 each for 2 courses so expensive but very good, 3 sittings, myadvise it to look this early, we booked then there an could only get on the 9pm sitting. Buffet breakfast was served in this restaurant, each morning they would run out of plates, dishes, coffee and sausages on our last day and the staff were slow to clear tables, this was disappointing because dinner was so good. We also had hearty freshly made sandwiches in the lounge bar on 2 occassions. You can also get drinks in the Service centre near the seasonal Ice Hotel.

We were glad to have a roomy cabin to relax because the communal areas get very busy and lack enough chairs. Cash isn't really needed as everything can be charged to your room, even when you change to the Ice room.

We did an evening snow mobile excursion, it was great but you need to take your own ski goggles because the helmets don't have visors. Outer onesie suits, gloves, balaclava's and boots are all provided free.

Our last night was spent in the seasonal Ice Hotel in an Ice Room. The expert talk was useful and we slept no worse than normal for us! Getting up in the night to run to the loo wasn't too bad. The showers in the Service centre are hot, I didn't use the sauna. Infact the changing rooms were cleaner that the "Premium Gym" I am a member of!! You are allocated a locker the same number as your iceroom/suite, they are card operated, have 1 power socket, 2 coat hangers and shelving.

A drink in an ice glass is a must, albeit very expensive, in the Ice Bar which is located in the 365 Ice Hotel, don't forget your gloves though.

The Discover the World rep Maddie was great, clearly loves her job. On the flight out, she imparted so much information during the flight so we knew what to expect and when we left, said goodbye to everyone individually at the Kiruna Airport, assisting when needed with check in. Also Emma who accompanied us on the return flight waited at the luggage carousel in Heathrow until everyone had their cases. This travel company diserve all the accolade they get.

The flight with SAS was very good, the food excellent, we later learnt it was especially requested by Discover the World and a first as a charter colaberation of the 2 companies.
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Date of stay: February 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Icehotel Team, Gästservice/reception at ICEHOTEL
Responded 30 Mar 2020
Thank you for your recommendation. It makes us truly happy to read your feedback. All the best and a warm welcome back in the future, Icehotel team
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TKTKFTP wrote a review Jan 2020
Brisbane, Australia81 contributions67 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Wow wow wow, what a once in a lifetime experience. To stay at a hotel made of ice. We stayed one night in the warm room and one night in a cold room. The warm room was large, had a nice bathroom and comfortable bed. We had a great view of the frozen lake from our room. The night you stay in the ice room you store your bags in a large locker and use the large shared bathroom facilities. You do feel a little homeless as you have nowhere to relax before bed other than the lounges and they could possibly make these a little larger as it was often hard to find a seat. The experience of the night in the ice room made up for this. I must admit we were both a bit nervous about this as we weren’t sure what to expect. The hotel gives you a 30 minute talk on how to sleep warm in a cold room so this gives you some reassurance. We went to bed around 11pm and were very warm in our sleeping bags. We didn’t sleep all that well but it wasn’t because we were cold, we thought we were maybe so excited by the experience. I had to get up in the night and even that wasn’t as cold as I thought. This was an amazing experience and one that I would highly recommend. This is not the cheapest experience but the hotel, dog sledding, snow mobiling, glimpses of northern lights and seeing the mother of pearl sky made it a major bucket list experience.
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Date of stay: January 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Icehotel Team, Gästservice/reception at ICEHOTEL
Responded 30 Mar 2020
Thank you for taking the time to recommend and comment on us. It makes us truly happy to hear that you had such a great experience. Best regards Icehotel team
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Alex H wrote a review Jan 2020
15 contributions5 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We were recommended to go by friends. Not knowing what to expect we packed a lot of clothes. Really we just needed the good quality merino base layers, snow boots, comfy hat and a warm coat and regular clothes. They supply proper snow boots to use when going out on an excursion, along with mittens, balaclavas and all in one snow suits. (Sometimes the suits are too big / small and way too long for a shorter size 18!) Don’t take dressy or overly smart clothes!

The staff are friendly, English spoken throughout is amazing (so jealous of anyone who is that fluent in other languages!). We did the ice room stay for the first night. Early flight and over excitement meant we were tired by then.

Our 13 year old daughter was very apprehensive, especially once we’d look around all the rooms during the day. We had a lesson in how to go to bed in an art suite, daunting but fun and trotted to bed about 10.30 when everyone else did. It’s a bit weird walking outside and through the ice bar to the 365 in thermals, boots and carrying a sleeping bag round your neck, but everyone is doing the same!

We had a family sized changing room where you store your suitcases and clothes, change etc whilst officially in the ice hotel section. It has a bench seat and a couple of hooks.

You do sleep well in the ice rooms, the sleeping bag keeps you mainly warm, the snow and ice deadens all noise and there is no light (so no indication of time). That did get to me so next time take a torch and a watch. You are woken up with a drink and you go and change, then eat breakfast.

The rest of the stay is great and more normal. We had a little chalet with two rooms, a sitting area and mini kitchenette and a bathroom. (I must admit the next night I slept with the curtains open to see the stars!)

Food supplied is good, the restaurant serves exquisite evening meals for supper but it’s very expensive. Think fine dining! Also tried the homestead and that is good too, but generally food and drink is costly (even from the mini supermarket down the road).

We tried ice sculpture classes (more fun than it sounds), husky sledding (awesome fun and lovely dogs and mushers) and snow mobiles late one evening with a meal which was brilliant. Northern light on full display, great fun and beautiful scenery! Food supplied whilst out was simple but very tasty (Moose soup doesn’t sound yummy but it was and my daughter loved it too).

Basically it was a completely different three nights. Ticked all the boxes on all counts. Definitely recommend, you must go!
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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Responded 30 Mar 2020
Thank you for taking the time to recommend and comment on us. It makes us truly happy to hear that you had such a great experience. Best regards, Icehotel team
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Alison B wrote a review Feb 2020
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom194 contributions136 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Visited the Ice Hotel in Sweden when on a trip with the company Discover the World. We had 2 nights in a warm 2 bedroom chalet, which had plenty of space, including a kitchenette with a fridge, microwave and kettle plus tea, coffee and hot chocolate sachets. There were blinds in the single bedroom and living area, rather than curtains, but these were easy to close. We had breakfast and evening meals at the restaurant over the road from the main reception. Food was lovely, but pricey (this is Sweden!). It cost about £70 (total) for 2 main courses, a glass of wine and a beer. You need to book early as it gets busy. Buffet breakfast is also served in this restaurant. There was a good selection of hot and cold food, although both mornings they tended to run out of plates, bowls, spoons, coffee etc. Cash isn't really needed as everything can be charged to your room or paid for by card in the shop, for instance. Outer onesie suits, gloves, balaclavas and boots are all provided free, and you can change them if they get wet. We decided not to spend a night in an Ice Room, given getting up in the night to go the loo required running to the Service centre! The ice rooms are fabulous to look around though, and we really enjoyed the tour of the Ice Hotel 30 and 365 (which runs in English at 12 and 4 p.m. each day.) There is an Ice Bar in the 365 Ice Hotel, which is great for a visit and serves a wide range of drinks. Everything is a minus 5 degrees so you need to wear all your warm clothing. The Discover the World rep Emma met us at the airport for the flight out, and helped everyone during the holiday. She had a wealth of information at her fingertips and was really great. I would thoroughly recommend Discover the World.
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Date of stay: February 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Icehotel Team, Gästservice/reception at ICEHOTEL
Responded 30 Mar 2020
Thank you for that positive recommendation. It makes us truly happy to read your feedback. All the best and a warm welcome back in the future, Icehotel team
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Tumblweed100 wrote a review Mar 2020
Dallas, Texas5 contributions10 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We are forced to leave early to fly to the US in light of the coronavirus and change in travel policy. We notified the hotel within an hour of this policy being announced to allow them maximum notice. We are paying thousands of dollars for hotel charges and activities that we are unable to use. We had paid for dog sled transfer back to the airport on a subsequent day. When we could not use this ,and a number of other activities pre-paid to the hotel, the hotel would not allow us to ride the hotel bus, and wanted to charge us an additional fee of almost $100. This failure of any courtesy towards guests with interrupted travel plans, with no recognition that we are already paying thousands of dollars for services they don't have to provide, shows what kind of business this is. Don't expect hospitality and courtesy from this hotel.
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The staff has been unhelpful and unfriendly, with only one exception, for the Wilderness dinner, which was fabulous. The gift shop attendant is surly to the customers. The activity desk is not available at hours that are helpful to the guests.

Also, they advertise 30 art suites, but a number of them are locked and not available as part of the "art gallery" that can be publicly viewed.

The walls of our room are so thin that we could hear the conversations of the guests next door, who spent several hours from 3-6 am discussing the US travel ban. We could also hear them using their bathroom.
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Date of stay: March 2020
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Responded 30 Mar 2020
Thank you for taking time to write this review. I will forward your input. Best regards, Icehotel team
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veus55 wrote a review May 2020
Miami, Florida347 contributions147 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
You can visit the hotel and be wowed by the artistry of the rooms, but if you come, you have to spend the night in a cold room.
This is what this place is all about! The beauty of the rooms is secondary to the experience of spending the night in one.
The anticipation, fear, excitement... and when all is done you will have an experience that you will remember forever.
We stayed in the ice hotel for 2 nights. The first in a hot room and the second in a cold one. The hot room was very nice and clean.
For the cold one we went all out and stayed in a cold suite with a warm bathroom.
First let me explain a little bit.
When you stay overnight in a cold room, the room is made of ice with only a bed and nothing else. If you need to use the bathroom, you have to walk to an adjacent building that is warm. The building is a service center with coffee, showers, lockers, sauna and is staffed 24/7.
You have access to your room after 6 PM. When you go to sleep, you leave your stuff in the service center and only take your thermal underwear, a cap and your sleeping bag. The sleeping bag is warm and it covers your head. You are also given a liner to use inside of the sleeping bag.
I found the bed and sleeping bag to be confortable and once I overcame the excitement, I was able to get an excellent night sleep. The rooms are very dark.
They wake you up in the morning.
Our room was a suite so we had a hot bathroom with showers and we had our luggage with us. If you can afford it, this makes the stay very pleasant and does not change the experience of sleeping in the ice room.
In my opinion, if you don’t stay in a suite with the warm bathroom, there is no point in staying on a art room or a basic ice room. Both are beautiful and at night you just sleep. During the day, you will have time to visit all the rooms and take pictures of them, you will not miss a thing.
After finishing my Northern Lights trip, I would not have stayed at the Ice Hotel for two nights. There are a lot of activities, but I would have rather stayed at the Abisko Tourist Station an extra night to enjoy better scenery and similar activities in a less touristy environment.
Don’t hesitate to spend a night here. It will be an experience to remember
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Date of stay: February 2020
3.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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Room Tip: If you can afford it, stay in a cold suite with a warm bathroom
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Response from Åsa Ribbing, Marknadsföring at ICEHOTEL
Responded 07 Aug 2020
Thank you so much for sharing your experience - very well explained! We are happy to hear that you enjoyed the sleeping-on-ice experience. Kind regards from the Icehotel team.
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Hugo B wrote a review Feb 2020
England, United Kingdom364 contributions226 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at the Ice Hotel for two nights 16/17 Feb, the first night in an ice room and the second night in a warm room. The whole experience was outstanding. The complex is situated in the village of Jukkasjarvi which is 20 mins from Kiruna Airport by road. There is so much to enjoy here and the volume of snow which had fallen provided very much the 'Narnia effect'. Hotel offers a full range of excursions including snowmobiling and husky sledding which we did plus cross country skiing, ice sculpting,moose safari, dinner in the wilderness etc. It is also a delight to walk into the village and see the oldest Sami church in Sweden (400 years) and visit the outdoor Sami museum and feed the reindeer. Sleeping in a room of ice was a great experience ( this can be done in either the Hotel 360 which is a permanent structure or the Ice Hotel which is rebuilt every year). I can also recommend a glass of champagne in a glass of ice in the Ice Bar! There is a variety of warm room accommodation on offer (various prices) we opted for a Kaamos Room which was very roomy and modern. Breakfast is served buffet style in the on site restaurant which also provides buffet lunches and a la carte dinners. An alternative for an evening meal is the Homestead Restaurant (part of the Ice Hotel) which is a 15 min walk down the road. This is an absolute stunning location and we had a great experience. Icing on the cake was seeing the Northern Lights over the hotel complex on the second night. This does happen from time to time.
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Date of stay: February 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Icehotel Team, Gästservice/reception at ICEHOTEL
Responded 30 Mar 2020
Thank you for that positive recommendation. It makes us truly happy to read your feedback. All the best and a warm welcome back in the future, Icehotel team
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Lucy W asked a question Jan 2023
Hinckley, United Kingdom13 contributions1 helpful vote
Are there sledges at the ice hotel that you can borrow for children to play on?
Answer from Ari001
Bavaria, Germany69 contributions10 helpful votes
I did see children with sleds but I don't know if they brought their own. There is a lot of equipment for rent.
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Bavaria, Germany69 contributions10 helpful votes
Yes, they pick you up at the Airport and take you to the hotel directly. Don't use the train from Stockholm. It worked out poorly for several people while I was there.
Wolfgang H wrote a tip Mar 2024
Llucmajor, Spain1,185 contribution343 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Visit the Icehotel as a day trip"
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Ana Maria L wrote a tip Mar 2024
Caguas, Puerto Rico65 contributions52 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Have snacks in your room, especially if you're having an evening tour, we didn't have dinner and when we returned everything was closed."
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Robert L wrote a tip Mar 2024
Kyiv, Ukraine11 contributions4 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book hotel on the other side of the river instead. Staff don’t know where to park car with trailer"
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atradiesvic wrote a tip Feb 2024
atradiesvic204 contributions64 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book Arctic chalet for warm nights"
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21105 wrote a tip Feb 2024
Macot-la-Plagne, France89 contributions27 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Listen to the briefing Trust the staff- they know what they are talking about particularly when they offer advice about clothing"
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PRICE RANGE
R 2,092 - R 2,936 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
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LOCATION
SwedenNorrbotten CountyKirunaJukkasjarvi
NUMBER OF ROOMS
127
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Frequently Asked Questions about ICEHOTEL
Which popular attractions are close to ICEHOTEL?
Nearby attractions include Jukkasjärvi Kyrka (1.2 km), Icebar (0.1 km), and Nicke Sarri Design (0.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at ICEHOTEL?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at ICEHOTEL?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at ICEHOTEL?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to ICEHOTEL?
Conveniently located restaurants include Icehotel Restaurant, Old Homestead, and Restaurang Ovttas.
Are there opportunities to exercise at ICEHOTEL?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Does ICEHOTEL have airport transportation?
Yes, ICEHOTEL offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is ICEHOTEL located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Jukkasjarvi.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at ICEHOTEL?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Swedish, Norwegian, and Finnish.
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