Where spa life and wellness meet luxurious, otherworldly accommodations. Welcome to Arctic Bath, a hotel experience that is centred on wellness and rejuvenation. With the goal of integrating the outside landscape into private interiors, the property is designed with cabins and suites that incorporate natural materials of wood, stone, leather, and textiles that harmonise with ethereal serenity.
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Perched on poles, fastened to walkways that freeze into the winter ice and bob along the summer’s water toward the shore, cabins aptly named “Land,” “Water,” and “Suite” angle sharply toward the sky; floor-to-ceiling windows overlook private deck space suited for meditation or a family meal. Outfitted with modern essentials—a minibar, bathtub, heated floors and a pellet stove—each cabin becomes a holistic extension of Arctic Bath, where total wellness remains in focus.
A timber-era inspired spa building greets visitors with an open-air cold bath, certified therapists, nutritionists and a range of spa treatments. Onwards, visitors will find an onsite restaurant whose locally-sourced and often wild ingredients are carefully crafted into dishes designed to revitalise from the inside. Throughout the premises, subdued palettes reign, honing a sense of calm while letting the technicolour spectra take center stage beyond.
Arctic Bath offers year-round accommodations, and a range of activities to boot—whether you’re seeking a guided hike into the wilderness, the rush of white water rafting, or a dream-like forest bath.
Ann Kathrin Lundqvist | Arctic Bath Designer & Co-owner
"Arctic Bath really is a first – it’s a special spa experience, so much thought, engineering and ingenuity have come together to provide visitors with an experience they can’t find anywhere else"
Emma Durkin | Founder | Where The Wild Is
"Unique in so many ways, we love that this property has been constructed using only sustainable materials. Even the land cabins are elevated on stilts so the natural environment below them is not disturbed"
Arctic Bath | Harads | Swedish Lapland