In The News: Floating Hotel Opens In Sweden, And It’s Pretty Cool

In the News

In The News: Floating Hotel Opens In Sweden, And It’s Pretty Cool

Arctic Bath has opened in the Swedish Lapland, and needless to say, it’s pretty cool.

The luxury floating hotel, designed by architects Bertil Harström and Johan Kauppi, features a circular structure that looks like a bunch of logs caught in the Lule River. Featuring 12 rooms, a giant ice bath and various saunas, Arctic Bath captures the exquisite beauty of the area and is sure to be a hit for those visiting to see the Northern Lights.

CNN International and the Daily Mail provide a look at the new hotel, but check out some photos below.

Some other headlines that caught our eye this week…

  • Fresh, Local and Unpretentious: A Swedish City with a Stirring Culinary Scene (Washington Post)
  • Thieves Nab Two Huge Military Vehicles from Swedish Army (Stars and Stripes)
  • Thieves Steal Bronze Dali Sculptures from Swedish Gallery (Associated Press)
  • Vegetarian Swedish Meatballs (Recipe) (New York Times)
  • Travel by Plane and You Might Get ‘Flight Shamed.’ This Worries Airlines (Los Angeles Times)

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