Icehotel, Jukkasjarvi: The Name Says It All

The mere name of ice excites many people undoubtedly. This hotel known as ICEHOTEL is situated in Jukkasjarvi near the airport and is a regional attraction including Kiruna Kyrka, town hall along with LKAB Iron-Ore Mine. Accommodations and eateries is never a problem if that question is occurring to your minds. The Hotel has two restaurants and a coffee shop at your option list. Also available is the complementary wireless options in public areas. This 3-star estate includes business amenities like meeting rooms and car services at the go. Also the staff provides concierge services, wedding services and tour and ticket assistance. The property is smoke free and with a complimentary self-parking.


“The entire hotel is made out of snow and ice blocks taken from the Torne River, even the glasses in the bar are made of ice. Each spring, around March, Icehotel harvests tons of ice from the frozen Torne River and stores it in a nearby production hall with room for over 10,000 short tons (9,100 t) of ice and 30,000 short tons (27,200 t) of snow.

It consists of 137 guestrooms that are equipped with high-speed internet access. The same also provide complete fraud prevention through various advanced security devices. The construction of the place is done with ice for creating ice-bar designs along with the ice glasses which are also used for ice sculpting classes, product launches and events all around the world. Almost 1.000 short tons of what was left were used in the construction of the ICEHOTEL. Even the fittings, decorations and beds are engraved from ice. None of the room replicates the other; each is a work of uniqueness in its own way. The bedding used here are made up of reindeer furs and while sleeping the guests are given special equipment to use.


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