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Sound of the undergroundLocated 155m underground in one of the world’s best-preserved mine settings, The Mine Suit in Sweden’s historic Sala Silvermine is certainly a distinctive hotel experience. Guests are treated to spectacular open water and cave diving environments and can explore the lakes in the close to freezing temperatures. Showers, toilets and a lounge are located above ground, about 50m from the mine suit and one member of staff is available above ground for guests throughout the night and can be communicated with through intercom radio. It is damp, dark and chilly, but with its winding galleries and vast cavities, it’s certainly a unique setting.