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Lodging: Ice Hotels

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Aurora Ice Hotel.  U.S.A.  Chena Hot Springs Resort, Fairbanks, AK. 

"As seen on NBC, FOX, CNN and CBS... The Aurora Ice Hotel is open! It is the only ice hotel in the United States, it is the only one built by an artist. What an experience! What a beautiful piece of art! You must come see it, and if you are adventuresome enough, come stay in one of the unique rooms.

Princess Anne's room, the igloo, the polar bear room, Heather's Artichoke room, the bridal suite or our cave room... each one is different, each one is special. The quietness, the peace, the artistic ambiance is spectacular.

The unique bar serves drinks in sculpted ice glasses, the fireplace glows with amber flickers, the jousting knight protects the lobby and the wedding gazebo reflects the clarity of God's pure environment."

Ice Hotel. northern Lapland, Sweden.

"Imagine a hotel built from thousands of tons of snow and ice, and re-built every winter- that is Icehotel in the little village of Jukkasjârvi in northern Lapland, Sweden.

In Icehotel there are double rooms and suites for overnight guests, a lobby, a pillar hall, film auditorium and of course the famous Absolut Icebar - where folk from all over the world socialize till late.

In November, building starts on the unique Icehotel and the official opening is in mid December.

By the time the spring sunshine has done its work and the Icehotel has slowly but surely made way for summer and has run back into the River Torne, May has arrived. At the end of April or the beginning of May, we close Icehotel for the season - all depending on the weather gods however."

 


 
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