LONDON, September 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
To wake under the leafy canopies of Scandinavia's tallest forests or within its deepest caverns is surely something that tickles the fancy of any holidaymaker, no matter their tastes. The region's greens and gorges are regarded the world over as some the best nature has to offer, so it is no surprise that they're home to some of the world's topmost wilderness getaways.
Business Destinations have put together a detailed account of Scandinavia's finest nature orientated abodes. Whether it be the 25 foot tall Tree Top Hut of Brumunddal or the Sala Silvermine suite of Västmanland - the world's deepest hotel - Scandinavia is abound with an incredible variety of wilderness retreats.
Amongst those discussed in the article is Sweden's Mirrorcube, which has its own ultra-modern means of adapting to the wilderness. The suite is suspended high above the forest floor, clad in mirrored glass, and with only a 12-metre long rope bridge to gain access to this surreal abode. The stylish location is far from lacking substance however, with a restaurant bar, sauna and relaxation area on-site to ensure guests are treated to the utmost in excellence.
To learn more about Scandinavia's top wilderness getaways and the ways in which you can book a room, head over to Business Destinations and read the article in full now.
World News Media is a leading publisher of quality financial and business magazines, enjoying a global distribution network that includes subscriber lists of the most prominent and senior decision-makers around the world, as well as comprehensive airport, hotel and conference site distribution.
For further media information contact:
SOURCE Business Destinations