7x Unique Accommodations in Sweden

Welcome to Sweden, the land of forests, mountains, and lakes. If you’re looking for unique places to stay during your journey through Sweden, you’re in luck. Sweden offers a wide range of extraordinary accommodations, allowing you to experience your trip in an unforgettable way. Whether you want to sleep in a charming treehouse, wake up in the midst of nature, or go wild camping on your private island, Sweden has it all. In this article, we’ll highlight these special places for you so you can find inspiration for your next adventure.

Dreaming Among the Trees at the Treehotel

Have you always dreamed of sleeping in a treehouse? At the Treehotel in Sweden, you can! This hotel features 8 unique rooms built in the shape of treehouses, located in the northern part of Sweden. You can stay in one of the various treehouses: Biosphere, Bird’s nest, The Ufo, Mirrorcube, The Cabin, 7th Room, Dragonfly, or The Blue Cone.

Location: Harads

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Stay on an Island near Stockholm

Experience the Stockholm archipelago in a unique and extraordinary way by staying on a private island. The holiday cottages at Idöborgs Stuguthyrning are charmingly furnished and offer a delightful oasis of tranquility for a few days.

Location: Nämdö

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Experience the “72 Hour Glass Cabin” Experiment Yourself

Sweden is known for its high quality of life, but what’s the secret behind it? A 2017 study provided insight: participants with stressful jobs spent 72 hours in glass cabins amidst nature. After their stay, all participants experienced up to 70 percent less stress, became more creative, and had lower blood pressure. The experiment highlighted the beneficial effects of spending time in nature and suggested that a ‘close to nature’ lifestyle can contribute to better health. Want to experience this effect yourself? You can! The 72 Hour Cabins are located in Dalsland, in western Sweden.

Location: Dalsland

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Stay at a Unique “Wilderness Camping” in the Heart of Nature

On the edge of Åsnen National Park in Sweden, you’ll find the unique Nordic Woods camp. Here, you’ll stay in a spacious tipi tent with a large terrace, offering stunning views of a vast lake on one side and the Swedish forests on the other. During the day, you can explore on your own with a canoe or join a guided hike through the woods. In the evening, relax in the hot tub and sauna on the lake, gather around a campfire with other guests, or cook a delicious meal over your own fire pit. You can learn more about Nordic Woods in this article about Nordic Woods.

Location: Åsnen Park

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Stay at the Icehotel

Icehotel is located in Jukkasjärvi, in northern Sweden. Besides warm rooms, the hotel also offers rooms entirely made of ice. These icy rooms, with temperatures ranging from -5 to -8 degrees Celsius, are all unique and furnished with handmade ice furniture. You’ll sleep in thermal sleeping bags on beds covered with reindeer hides. In the morning, you can warm up in the hotel’s sauna. Are you excited about spending a night in this extraordinary hotel?

Location: Jukkasjärvi

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Stay in a Floating Aurora Hut

The Aurora huts are perfect for a unique stay in the spectacular Arctic region all year round. Ideal for experiencing the midnight sun in summer but even better for dreaming under the Northern Lights in winter. These huts offer an authentic outdoor experience combined with the luxury of a compact kitchenette with a gas hob, a surround-sound speaker system, and Wi-Fi.

Location: Kiruna

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Wild Camping on a Private Island

Sweden is unmatched for wild camping, and that’s why we’ve already written an extensive article with 6 tips for wild camping in Sweden. Our top tip for wild camping is to venture into the wilderness of Sweden with The Canoe Trip. You’ll spend seven days completely self-sufficiently paddling through Värmland with a canoe, sleeping in the heart of nature, and discovering the most beautiful spots.

Location: Arjäng

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