You will now be able to stay at a floating hotel and spa while in Sweden.

Arctic Bath is now taking reservations for visitors between February 2020 and 2021.

The building itself will float in warm weather and freeze into ice when temperatures cool down.

Photo courtesy of Off the Map Travel

The spa and cabins and connected via floating walkways and are located on the water of the Lule River.

You can visit the spa for wellness treatments, saunas, an outdoor cold bath, a hot bath and more.

Photo courtesy of Off the Map Travel

Live a true Nordic lifestyle by jumping between the cold and hot-water baths and getting a “bespoke crystal healing session.”

The Arctic Bath hotel and spa will focus on healthy eating, exercise, relaxation and the overall care of your face and body.

All of the foods served will feature local ingredients.

“We will be arranging winter itineraries for guests to experience both the snowy winter, Northern Lights and Sami culture with the main spa complex frozen into the river’s ice; and summer breaks with the long summer days, foraging and wilderness activities complimenting the Arctic Bath’s wellness experience,” says Jonathan Cooper, founder of Off the Map Travel.

You will have the preference in staying in one of the six floating cabins or six cabins on land.