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Top 5 Ice Hotels Across The World

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Ice art design and architecture have become something entirely unique with the emergence of ice hotels. Providing with unique experience of living and sleeping in the ice rooms decorated with ice furniture and sculptures. Scandinavia is popular with its ice hotels located in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Romania. In North America there is an ice hotel in Quebec, Canada.

Ice Hotels Across The World

Hôtel de Glace (Ice Hotel) in Quebec, Canada

Top 5 Ice Hotels Across The World

Hôtel de Glace is a popular ice hotel we mentioned in our 10 Unique Hotels Around The World. Having opened on January 5th Hôtel de Glace will be opeb till March 24th, 2013 offering amazing ice rooms, a romantic wedding package, outdoor spas and sauna and other unique winter experiences.

Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden

Top 5 Ice Hotels Across The World

An ice hotel in Jukkasjärvi also offers a beautiful experience of sleeping in icy rooms as well as warm chalets, guided tours and other activities. The hotel opens its doors for visitors during the day displaying art works and allowing people enjoy the look of ice architecture.

Sorrisniva in Alta, Norway

Top 5 Ice Hotels Across The World

An ice hotel Sorrisniva in Alta, Norway is another unique hotel built every year out of ice blocks and this year it’s the hotel’s 14th incarnation. The hotel is open to visitors and also features activities like fishing, dog sledding, riverboat exursions and snowmobile safari.

Balea Lake Ice Hotel in Fagaras, Romania

Top 5 Ice Hotels Across The World

Hotel of Ice in Romania was founded in 2005 and with each season developed new features such as Ice Bar, Ice Restaurant, Ice Church and a Winter Park for skiing and snowboarding. Perched on top of the Carpathians the hotel is designed according to a different theme each season.

Snow Village in Finland

Top 5 Ice Hotels Across The World

The Snow Village in Finland is an amazing construction occupying 20 000 sq metres with 3000 sq metres of indoor space consisting of 30 rooms with features like an IceBar and an ice as well as wooden chapels.

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