The Jää room provides comfortable quarters for four.

Jää – the Ice

Cool style and spa-like atmosphere

36 m² | max. 4 persons

You might have to rub your eyes after stepping into this room. The white surfaces and lighting elements resembling ice crystals or ice floes make this room look like a stylish ice cave. What makes this room special is its luxurious bathroom area that can be separated from the sleeping area by lowering a curtain from the ceiling. The sofa-bed offers extra sleeping space for two, and the dining table is large enough for four, so there is plenty of room for the entire family.

The white surfaces and lighting elements of the Ice room that resemble ice crystals or floes make this room look like a stylish ice cave.

Room facilities

  • Bathroom with a bathtub and a rain shower. The bathroom can be separated from the sleeping area with a curtain.
  • Sleeping niche with a king-size double bed and high-quality bed linen
  • Extra bed option for two (€30/person/night)
  • Separate toilet
  • Kitchen/living area with a dining table, chairs for four, and a sofa-bed
  • The kitchen features the following: refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave oven, toaster, electric kettle, nespresso machine
  • High-quality Miele appliances
  • High-quality Finnish design tableware
  • Bathrobes and slippers
  • High-quality Rituals bathroom amenities
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Safety deposit box
  • 44″–55″ flat-screen TV
  • Air conditioning
  • Breakfast supplies are included in the room rate
There is plenty of space for lounging in the Ice room.

What does “jää” mean?

In the autumn, you can hear a fragile jingling sound at the river shore, as translucently thin sheets of ice brought by the stream from the north hit each other when reaching the shore. As it gets even more freezing, the ice first cuts into the shore and then nearly bridges the entire river during the winter. The river ice creates additional space for moving around, skiing, and sledding in the city. In the old days, horse and reindeer races used to be held on the river ice as well

River Kemijoki is mostly covered by ice from December to April in Rovaniemi. If there is a stream, the river ice is fragile or the river stays completely open throughout the winter. As the ice melts in the spring, the river transports sturdy ice floes that are pushed onto the land by flood water. These floes can even take boats and docks with them. The ice is beautiful, brittle, strong. A true force of nature.

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