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When it comes to unique travel experiences, Sweden is the place to go. A few years ago, the Arctic Bath Floating Hotel and spa was announced with initial designs that were decidedly something from Game of Thrones and a Northern Lights viewing experience that was unmatched. It’s time to book your airfare and setup your stay because the Arctic Bath Hotel is finally open. The main building, which includes the spa and wellness areas, along with the restaurant, retains the rustic log look and floats on the Lule river for maximum relaxing. The lodging options vary with a handful of angular floating cabins on the river that can accommodate a couple, or larger 5-person cabins situated slightly inland. Wherever you opt to lay your head, you’ll be surrounded by incredible Scandinavian design, a whole host of spa treatments and unparalleled views of the Aurora Borealis or the midnight sun depending on when you visit. Prices start at $1,000 per night for a private floating cabin, but you should book your trip soon because options are going quick.

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