Sweden, a country in the Scandinavian Peninsula, has some of the sui generis class of hotels in the world. They are unique, singular places to stay; they are a notch higher in luxury, originality and design. Below are the most unusual hotels in Sweden:
Sala Silvermine Suite
You have the opportunity to sleep 155 meters below, in an underground suite. Sala Silvermine is among the best worlds unique preserved sites. The underground has a spectacular view of vast caverns, winding galleries and magic lakes. The site is beautiful, damp, cold and dark. The site was a silver mine, produced more than, 40,000 and 400 tons of lead and silver respectively.
The Jumbo Jet Hotel
The first property in a retired 747 Jumbo Jet converted into a cockpit accommodation and hotel. There is a choice of budget, en-suite rooms, three-bed combo or twin. The luxury suite, formerly the cockpit gives a panoramic view of the airport. The 1st class lounge in now a funky conference room with a capacity of 8 people.
The hotel in northern Sweden is the world largest hotel made of ice and snow. It covers an area of 5500 square meters with a capacity of 60 rooms. The temperature inside the hotel is maintained above 23 Fahrenheit throughout. You have a lifetime chance to sleep in a sleeping bag; the hotel operates from December 10 to April 18.
Heralds Tree Hotel is a unique and exciting work by the best architects and designers. The unique and fun living concept has been a cause of sensation and pushed to the edge the innovative modern designs. The hotel opened in 2010, has six rooms, sleeping in these rooms gives you a smell of the forest, bird melodies, and the wind through the treetops.
Salt & Sill Hotel, Tjorn
Salt & Sill Hotel is the Sweden first floating hotel, in the pristine archipelago on the west coast. The hotel has one suite and 23 rooms each with an outdoor Jacuzzi. The hotel offers freshly caught seafood. The hotel prides itself with the fastest sauna and Herring Platter, which has put the hotel in the global limelight.
Hotel Skeppsholmen, Stockholm
The hotel opened its doors in the historic building that dates back to 1699. The hotel is in the vibrant Stockholm city. It has a surrounding of spectacular nature view and the situation on the waterfront. The hotel has a quiet atmosphere and incredible old world spirit and ambiance. It has Swedish contemporary art, cuisine, music, and fashion.
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Utter Inn Vasteras
This is another underwater hotel; it floats on Lake Malaren, which is 60 kilometers from city Stockholm. The hotel has underwater room and floating bridge; the room can accommodate two people. The room situated 3 meters below, offers a spectacular view of the aquarium with the fish around you. The hotel offers rowboat services to enjoy the view and visit the surrounding islands.
Kolarbyn Ecolodge, Skinnskatteberg
This is Sweden most primitive hotel; it offers a natural solace for silence, adventure and wilderness. The little 12 huts and the forest environment are incredible. The hotel hosts special events and offers guided tours to see the wolf, moose, and lynx
Sweden has a lot to offer, including the 24,000 islands, fika culture, and above all the unique hotels, which are enough reasons to travel to Sweden.