We Love —
- Spend 2 night in cosmopolitan Stockholm, before taking an overnight train to the amazing Icehotel in remote Jukkasjarvi, in the heart of Swedish Lapland.
- Staying in the Icehotel is a once in a lifetime experience - sleep on cosy reindeer skins and awake to a cup of steaming hot lingonberry juice in the morning.
- Add one of our optional excursions to really immerse yourself in this Winter wonderland - choose from Dog Sledding, Snowmobiling or a Wilderness Dinner.
Please note: this offer is non-refundable.
Book Now, Pay Later —
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Your Destinations —
Popular areas include:
• Gamla Stan - Stockholm’s original city centre and consists of Stadsholmen island and other islets which are home to the Stockholm Cathedral, the Royal Palace and the Nobel Museum.
• Södermalm - a bustling area lined with retro shops, boutiques, cafe and bars.
• Norrmalm - the major commercial district, with plenty of shopping opportunities. The central railway station and the T-Centralen metro hub are located in Southern Norrmalm; known as City, it is regarded as the absolute centre of Stockholm.
• Östermalm - an affluent commercial and residential area. The part closest to the city centre, around the Stureplan square, is the place for upmarket shopping as well as nightclubs and bars for the jet set and those who seek their company.
• Kungsholmen - an island that makes up the western part of the inner city. On its eastern tip, the impressive redbrick Stockholm City Hall stands by the water. Further west, a collection of rather relaxed neighbourhood bars and restaurants can be found.
Known locally as “Jukkas", this tiny village is a true Winter wonderland, most famed for its unique Icehotel.
The classic winter activities on offer aim to immerse you in the amazing surrounding scenery, such as dog sledding, snowmobiling and a fireside dinner in the wilderness.
Aside from these thrilling activities, it's also worth paying a visit to Jukkasjärvi's Sámi church, parts of which date from 1608, making it the oldest surviving church in Lapland.
Your Itinerary —
Day: 1 Arrival in Stockholm
Upon arrival in Stockholm, make your way to a shared shuttle service to be taken directly to the Clarion Amaranten Hotel for an overnight stay.
Day: 2 Free Day in Stockholm
Explore the city at your own pace, relax and enjoy the hotel's amenities.
Overnight stay at Clarion Amaranten Hotel.
Day: 3 Overnight train from Stockholm to Kiruna
After a day exploring Stockholm check out of your hotel and make your way to the train station to catch your overnight train to Kiruna.
Overnight in a private berth.
Day: 4 Kiruna - Jukkasjärvi
On arrival in Kiruna, you will take a short 20 minute shuttle transfer to the iconic Icehotel in the tiny village of Jukkasjärvi. The rest of the day is free to explore your surroundings, or book an optional excursion.
Overnight in an Ice Room.
Day: 5 Free day in Jukkasjärvi
Today is free for Winter wonderland activities such as dog sledding! You will check out of your Ice Room and into a Warm Room at neighbouring Kaamos Hotel.
Overnight in a Warm Room at Kaamos Hotel (part of the Icehotel).
Day: 6 Departure
Today, after check out, you will take a shared shuttle transfer from the Icehotel to Kiruna Airport to catch your flight back to the UK.
Optional Excursions —
You may choose to add the below excursions for an additional fee.
A perfect opportunity to experience Lapland’s magnificent nature in broad daylight. This excursion takes us across frozen lakes and bogs, through hilly landscapes with views over the river and Kiruna in the far horizon. Traditional Swedish fika by an open fire included.
Take a seat in the sled, get to know your dogs, and then enjoy the amazing scenery as the journey begins. Coffee and cake over a campfire included.
In the comfort of a mini bus we travel to a wilderness camp, located at the water’s edge in the forest. We start with a warming pre-dinner drink in a tipi-style Sàmi tent and the guide tells us about the Aurora Borealis, northern lights, and the wild animals of this Arctic region.
A three-course dinner is waiting for us around the sparkling fire in the wilderness cabin. Following desserts and coffee, we make our return to the Ice Hotel where the excursion ends.
Please note: For all the tours you need to be at the activity desk at the Icehotel at least 15 minutes before the tour starts, but we recommend that you double check with reception on arrival. To drive a snowmobile, you need an internationally valid B (car) license.
Your Accommodation —
All rooms sleep up to
Please note: The hotel in Stockholm could be changed for one of a similar standard. Overnight in the ice room at the Icehotel can be changed between day 4 and 5, depending on hotel availability.
When you enter this hotel, the flamboyant 60s-inspired design and unique food and beverages leave no room for doubt – this is a very special boutique hotel. The hotel is also located in central Stockholm, in the popular Kungsholmen district, making it easy to explore the city.
The private compartment contains two made up beds and a wash hand basin. A key to the shower and toilet facilities (along the corridor) is hanging in the compartment. Towels can be borrowed from the shower room along the corridor.
Depending on which train is operating, the compartment may sometimes have its own private facilities but this is not guaranteed.
Breakfast is not included, but it can be bought in the on board bistro which serves light meals and drinks. It is open from 06:30 hrs until 23:00 hrs. You may also bring your own food and drinks to consume on board if you wish.
Icehotel is the world’s first hotel made of ice and snow. Founded in 1989, it is reborn in a new guise every winter, in the Swedish village of Jukkasjärvi – 200 km north of the Arctic Circle.
When the first snow has sprinkled the whole of Jukkasjärvi with white, artists from all over the world come together in the village to take part in creating the art exhibition of snow, ice and light that makes up Icehotel.
The 60 bedrooms are separated into "cold" and "warm" - the warm rooms are part of neighbouring Kammos Hotel, in traditional wooden chalet type houses.
The Icehotel restaurant and cocktail bar is warm and traditional – a welcome escape from the sub-zero temperatures. Sourcing ingredients from the local area, expect dishes featuring reindeer, moose, Arctic char and bramble berries, prepared by Michelin-trained head chef Alexander Meier and his team.
The Icehotel Lounge is a cosy space serving light snacks, hot drinks, cocktails and beers. Open from December to April.
The Icebar is a unique place for a pre dinner drink, where everything, including the glasses is made entirely out of ice from the Torne River. The design of the bars is created by known artists from around the world changing from year to year just like the design of Icehotel.
The ice room has a classic design and holds a temperature of -5 to -8 degrees Celsius. The bed you sleep on has a thick mattress that rests on a wooden base. The bed is covered with reindeer hides and you sleep in a thermal sleeping bag. In the morning you are awakened with a cup of hot lingonberry juice at your bedside.
Instead of doors the hotel rooms have curtains that you draw to give you and your company privacy.
In Dressing Room, the warm building adjacent to Icehotel, you will find communal changing rooms, toilets and saunas for women and men. Your luggage is stored in the luggage storage room prior to your overnight stay.
These warm rooms, arranged in groups of 6-8 within a charming wooden chalet, are spacious and comfortable with a calm feel. Natural materials are complemented by neutral shades of white, grey and brown. All rooms are ground floor level, looking out over the spruce and birch trees, dusted in snow.
The rooms have 2 single beds, desk and a seating area with two armchairs and a small coffee table.
The hallway and en-suite tiled bathroom have heated stone floors.
Size: 28 sqm
Good to Know:
- We provide thermal sleeping bags, and guests bring personal thermal underwear to sleep in.
- Toilets, showers and storage are located in the warm section of Icehotel, staffed 24 h.
- Ice rooms are located in the winter structure, open December to April.
- Check in and out of cold rooms is done in Dressing Room, the warm building adjacent to Icehotel.
- If staying cold the day before or after, there is 6-7 hours between checking out and getting access to your new room, we recommend you plan activities during this period. We will store and move your luggage on request.
- Icehotel is open to the public between 10 am and 6 pm. This means guests sleeping cold get exclusive access to their rooms from 6 pm, and wake-up call is around 7:30 am.
- Photography of the rooms is from previous years and for guidance only.
- Space on activities and transfers are limited and we advise you pre-book at least three weeks in
- Icehotel Restaurant and the Homestead have fixed dinner sittings, and we recommend you reserve your table in advance.
Your Journey —
Flights: The flights included are with either a scheduled or no frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ.
Transfers: Shared transfers are included as per itinerary.