During an incentive trip to Lapland, accommodation is of course very important. It is the place where you can relax in the evening and talk about the unforgettable activities you did that day. Comfort, rest and enjoyment are therefore the keywords in each accommodation!
The Arctic River Lodge is located in Tärendö, just next to the Tärendö River. This luxurious lodge was recently renovated in a tasteful Scandinavian style. There is no shortage of comfort. All facilities are located in the main building, making it easy to walk everywhere on your slippers. After a delicious breakfast buffet, you and your colleagues set off on a husky ride through the magical white snowy landscapes. Afterwards you can talk about your adventures in the warm sauna or jacuzzi. In the evening you will enjoy a typical Scandinavian two-course dinner before having a party game night in the cozy lounge bar. Or you can go out at night on a snowmobile in search of the northern lights. The Arctic River Lodge undoubtedly provides a wonderful team atmosphere.
The Panaroma Hotel in Levi sits atop a hill and offers spectacular views of the surrounding area. At this modern hotel, everyone enjoys all the luxury and comfort after a busy period at the office. During the day you can engage in team building by putting on the ski slats with the whole team and sliding down the mountain. For the less adventurous, there is also a gondola elevator that allows you to easily get into the village. Moreover, one elevator ride is included in your stay every day.
In the evening, you can choose between two excellent restaurants in the hotel: “Panorama” and “Spiella”. After an evening of fine dining, chances are you’ll all end up in the sauna together and enjoy a magnificent, panoramic view of the landscape.
The Arctic Bath Hotel is a unique blend of luxury, design, wellness and sustainability. In fact, this hotel floats on Sweden’s Luleå River. It is a dream spot where you can perfectly escape the hustle and bustle and stress of everyday life. Thanks to the deliberate choice to operate only 12 rooms, it is the excellent accommodation to unwind with the whole team, without having to think about other travelers.
In the gourmet restaurant, the collaboration between Sami chef Kristoffer Åström and Belgian chef Maarten de Wilde creates a paradise of local dishes. The Arctic Bath’s greatest asset is undoubtedly its spa. The three saunas, the two Jacuzzis and the refreshing outdoor pool act as a reset button for body and mind.
A wide river flows past the village of Overkalix, with the Grand Arctic Resort next to it. An enchanting hilly landscape surrounds the small, friendly village of just 3,000 inhabitants. The hotel is the perfect base for numerous team-building activities. Go on a husky ride, take the snowmobile or set off on a snowshoe hike in search of the northern lights. Moreover, this is the only stay where you can meet the “king of the forest” thanks to a visit to an elk farm.
After a full day in the fresh outdoors, return to the resort. Here, together with your colleagues, indulge in a culinary meal before ending the evening in the spa with sauna, jacuzzi and fireplace.
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