Unique Hotels – Sweden
This special property offers a unique stay among the trees of Harads’s forests. It blends cutting-edge architecture and design with home comforts like tea/coffee makers and free Wi-Fi.
Treehotel’s eco-friendly rooms feature large beds as well as stylish, up-to-date décor and furniture. Naturally, all rooms offer views of the forest and surrounding countryside. Each has a toilet and washbasin, while showers are found in a neighbouring building.
This unique property is set in a former Boeing 747 jumbo jet, right next to Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport. It offers free airport bus transfer, free Wi-Fi and breakfast from 03:00.
Guest rooms at Jumbo Stay have a flat-screen TV and either private or shared bathrooms. A communal balcony is located by the cockpit and offers runway views. Towels, bed linen and cleaning are included in all room rates.
Utter Inn is an art project by Mikael Genberg which offers an underwater accommodation for the public. The facility is entered through a typical Swedish red house located on the surface of the water.
The guests of Utter Inn arrive at the port of Vasteras and are taken out one kilometre on Lake Malaren with an inflatable boat. After receiving all the instructions guests need, they are then left alone.
Icehotel is the world’s first and largest hotel built of snow and ice and it is situated in Jukkasjärvi, a small village in Northern Sweden with 1,100 residents and 1,000 dogs.
Each winter, some 50,000 visitors from all over the world come to see ICEHOTEL to experience the tranquility, the northern lights and all of the activities offered in Europe’s last wilderness 200 km north of the Arctic Circle.
Around 100 people are involved in the construction of ICEHOTEL, half of which are artists especially invited to design particular areas of the hotel. Construction takes place in November and December and the entire ICEHOTEL is then open between December till mid-April, when everything begins to slowly melt and return to the Torne River.
The world’s deepest hotel room is located 155 m under ground in the Sala Silvermine..Upon arrival you get a guided tour of the 155 m level. After this tour you are being served a basket with refreshments (cheese, biscuits, fruits, sparkling wine and chocolate). The guide will then leaves you alone to enjoy the refreshments and the quiet of the mine. In the morning one of the guides comes and serves your breakfast. After breakfast you will be taken to ground level again.
Nature lovers would love STF Kolarbyn, located in the middle of a spruce forest just a few hours from Stockholm. With neither electricity nor running water, you can experience the primitive life, falling asleep in front of the crackling fireplace and awake to beautiful birds singing in the wilderness.
The hostel is a collection of 12 charcoal-burner huts, each with 2 bunks for sheepskins and sleeping bags. All the huts have a wood heated stove and use wood chopped by the guests themselves. Self-catering breakfast, lunch and dinner can be booked on site. Guests can also use the barbecue area and outdoor dining area. With fishing lakes and hiking trails nearby, it is a perfect place for an enjoyable nature experience for the young and old.