Places to stay in Swedish Lapland
Browse below for some of the most luxurious hotels and accommodation in Swedish Lapland. Our Swedish Lapland travel specialists regularly visit and inspect the accommodation we feature to ensure they are of an exacting standard.
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Step out from spacious timber cabins straight into polar adventures, including skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and dogsledding, and return at the end of the day to a roaring open fire, soothing sauna sessions and freshly caught and foraged forest cuisine to finish off the fun.
In a wild pine forest in northern Sweden, six architects have designed six unique rooms in the canopy to satisfy your sense of luxury, escapism and childhood fantasies about sleeping and playing in the treetops.
This classic Swedish lodge is located on the coastal edge of the Luleå archipelago, where the sea freezes metres thick in the winter, edged by snowy Arctic forests through which visitors can speed snowmobiles, mush huskies and indulge in all manner of polar fun
This traditional farmhouse hotel is all red-painted Swedish charm and is the perfect rustic base for exploring the Luleå Archipelago. And, returning from your kayaking and hiking expeditions, you'll be treated to some sauna relaxation, antique-furnished rooms and modern takes on regional cuisine.
ICEHOTEL was first created in 1989 and has been a stand-out on the winter travel circuit ever since. With each reincarnation, about 1,000 tonnes of ice are harvested from the Torne River and crafted by architects and sculptors into rooms, suites, hallways, galleries, a bar and even a small church.