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An oasis of wellness and design, floating in the heart of Swedish Lapland

Situated under the northern lights in winter, and the midnight sun during the summer months, Arctic Bath is a unique hotel and spa experience that welcomes guests to immerse themselves in the elements while leaving a minimal environmental footprint behind.

Opening on November 21, 2020 for the winter season thru to April 10, 2021. Please contact for any reservations requests

Experience our food

Our restaurant focuses on local, pure and sustainable produce. Prepared set menus by our chefs are served in a Scandinavian designed setting, setting the tone for your evening.

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Our story

The idea of a floating sauna on Lule River first came about in 2010. Today, Arctic Bath is a modern reminder of our northern heritage – bringing an old timber tradition into the world of in luxury wellness.

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Swedish arctic massage

Intensive treatment for tired and stiff muscles. In consultation with your therapist, the treatment is adapted to your own needs and problem areas combined with stretching and rocking.

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How to get here

There are different ways of transfer between the airport or the trainstation. We will provide a solution that works for you. Private transfer, VIP transfer or helicopter. You choose.


Take a cold bath

Coldbaths are part of our history in this northernmost region. Often taken together with a warm sauna, the coldbaths can help ease sore and aching muscles. Some say it helps your central nervous system and limit the inflammatory response. Most of all we have always done it and it simply feels good. We would like you to try it and decide for yourself. Maybe you will also love it as much as we do.

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Experience Swedish Lapland

Winter is on its way and for the northern reaches of Sweden that means snow – lots and lots of snow. While tourists were once scared away by the chilly temperatures, which regularly drop below -15°c, winter is now the region’s peak season.

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