- Arctic Bath, a floating hotel located on the Lule River in northern Sweden, is finally open to guests. The concept was first announced in 2018.
- The hotel is made up of just six water cabins and six land cabins, making the experience exclusive. A stay costs about $900 per person, per night.
- The unique property puts an emphasis on wellness and also touts itself as a prime location to catch the aurora borealis.
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Scandinavia’s newest highly anticipated luxury hotel, Arctic Bath, is finally welcoming guests.
Source : BusinessInsider.Com