Planning a trip to Sweden? Book a stay at the ICEHOTEL and experience the infamous Northern Lights from one of the best spots in the world.
Located just 200km north of the Arctic Circle in a small village called Jukkasjarvi, this hotel is said to offer its guests the best possible chance to witness this incredible phenomenon – a spectacle of dancing colours in the mid-winter darkness.
Northern Lights - Sweden - Fabulous travel guide
Northern Lights – Sweden – Fabulous travel guide

Guided tours leave the hotel at 11pm every night and return by 2am. Locations vary, depending on the weather. Reservations can be booked on the day (before 10pm).

Accommodation

When you’re not catching a guided Northern Lights tour at midnight, there’s plenty to explore at the hotel. Brave the freezing temperatures in your very own ice room (pictured), take an ice sculpting class or mingle with guests at the ABSOLUT ICEBAR JUKKASJÄRVI while sipping colourful ice drinks.

Sweden's Ice Hotel - Northern Lights - Fabulous travel Guide

Best time to go

The best time to see the Northern Lights is between mid August and mid April. January has the highest number of clear days and in percent the lowest average cloudiness – the essential precondition to be able to view the Northern Lights.

For more info, and to book a room, visit www.icehotel.com. Can’t afford to go away? London’s Ice Bar is truly unique experience not to be missed!

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