Regent Holidays has added new accommodation and activities to its Arctic Winter 2019-20 brochure, which marks the 45th anniversary of the operator offering trips to Arctic regions.
New luxury properties in Iceland include Torfhus Retreat (pictured), which runs entirely on sustainable geothermal and hydroelectric energy; the Retreat Hotel, on the edge of the Blue Lagoon; and 360° Boutique Hotel, which has a spa with a sauna and outdoor hot tubs.
A fly-drive short break at Torfhus Retreat costs from £1,565 per person based on four sharing. The five-day holiday includes return flights, accommodation and car hire.
New accommodation in Finland includes Paishill Private Lodge close to the Norwegian border; Design Hotel Levi; and Skabma Log Cabin, a timber cabin in Saariselkä which can be booked exclusively for up to 14 guests.
One of the new options in Norway is the Oslo & Lofoten Northern Lights Explorer, which costs from £1,380 Including flights.
New excursions have been added to the range in Swedish Lapland, including dining in a teepee on the ice or a sauna on a raft frozen into the lake at an off-grid safari camp.
Andrea Godfrey, general manager, said: “We first operated tours to Iceland in 1975. It has been fascinating to see the many new hotels, restaurants and experiences that are unveiled each year.”
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