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Accommodation in Lapland

Glittering ice hotels, cosy cabins, and more

You can book your type of hotel from the booking form of each travel package or for any further information please send us an e-mail through this form or contact the Swedish office.

Whether you want to “rough it” in a wilderness cabin or sleep under the stars in a modern igloo, we offer an exciting variety of lodgings in Lapland that will make your stay even more memorable and authentic. To ensure that the accommodations included in our packages meet our high standards for quality and service, all have been hand-picked and inspected by our Lapland travel experts.

More specific information is provided in each tour package, but below are general descriptions of the different types of accommodations we offer in Lapland:

Hotels in Lapland

We offer a variety of accommodation options to suit all travel needs. In our packages we offer two different hotel categories:

Comfort Plus

Rooms with private shower or bath and WC. These are in three-star hotels and are all centrally located within towns. All provide breakfast (included in the price) and many have their own restaurant.


Standard rooms in 4-star hotels or superior rooms in 3-star hotels, always with private facilities. All hotels provide daily breakfast (included in the price), have their own restaurant or bar and are centrally located.

Cottages and log cabins

Take a much-needed break from city life with cosy lodgings in the Lapland wilderness. We offer a variety of cottages and log cabins of different sizes and standards, and all are located in serene and picturesque surroundings. Whichever you choose, you will always enjoy heating, electricity and running water. At the higher end, some include more comfortable amenities such as a private bathroom, sauna and fireplace. Ideal for couples.

Ice and snow hotels

There are numerous ice and snow hotels in Lapland, including the first and original Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden as well as the Arctic SnowHotel near Rovaniemi, Finland. These are rebuilt each winter, with all rooms and furnishings made of ice and snow. The temperatures inside are about -5°C degrees, but you stay warm at night in thermal sleeping bags provided by the hotels. Other amenities usually include saunas and on-site theme restaurants and lounges. A unique experience, though not recommended for children.


1 Person = Single room.
2 Sharing = One twin/double room.
3 Sharing = Triple room.
4 Sharing = Two twin/double rooms.
5 or more Sharing = As requested.


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