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Have you heard of Ice Hotel?There are five places in the world that famous with ice hotels. It includes Sweden, Canada, Norway, Romania, and Finland. The first ice hotel in the world is at Sweden and this ice hotel is also one of the seven wonders of Sweden.
First of all, what exactly is ice hotel? An ice hotel is a temporary hotel made up of snow, sculpted blocks of ice, and some steel framing. All of the ice hotels are reconstructed every year, and are dependent upon constant sub-freezing temperature s during construction and operation. The walls, fixtures, and fittings are made entirely of ice, and are held together using a substance known as snice, which takes the place of mortar in a traditional brick-build hotel. The first ice hotel was constructed in the late 1980’s, is build and rebuild each year in Jukkasjarvi, located about 120 miles north to the Artic Circle.
Beside that, like the other ice hotels in the world, the Ice Hotel in Sweden is builds from blocks gathered from the Throne River, in the old village of Jukkasjarvi in Swedish Lapland. Each year, the Ice Hotel has a different design, usually spreading over a space of about 53,700 feet. The Ice Hotel Sweden uses more than 4,000 tons of ice to create the igloo-like structure, and usually features roughly 60 guest rooms. The Ice Hotel Sweden also features a number of other kinds of rooms, including a sauna, a reception hall, a multimedia theatre and an ice chapel for weddings, baptisms and other ceremonies.
Lastly, not only is the entire Sweden Ice Hotel structure made totally of ice, but all of the furniture and most of the decoration found within is also made from ice. Beds at the Sweden Ice Hotel are slabs of solid ice, and chairs are carved from blocks of ice. Statues and other forms of art are carved throughout the hotel, in rooms and in hallways, and tend to be quite ornate. The inside temperature of between -5°C and -8°C is constant despite the conditions outside and is counteracted by your thermal clothing. In addition, for comfort, reindeer skin blankets are draped over beds and chairs to offer moderate warmth. Only the best artists get the chance to work at the Ice Hotel and help create some of the world’s most unique bedrooms and bars. The hotel is a combination of ice engineering and fine art. The Sweden Ice Hotel is open for business beginning in December, depending on the weather, and ending in March.
In conclusion, the features of ice hotels are constantly evolving, as the buildings are re-constructed each year. Heated bathrooms are located near the ice hotel, as are heated cabins for travelers who want to be a part of the action, but not a part of the cold. Costs for an overnight stay range from $300 – $500 per night, depending on the size of your room. If you want to experience the ‘Narnia’ and a fairytale world, be sure to book your stay well in advance, as the popularity of this hotel grows with each new winter season.
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