Inside Sweden’s Ice Hotel Made Entirely of Snow and Ice with Incredible Suites


Asaf Kliger

Sweden’s new IceHotel is giving some of the world’s most incredible ice caves a run for their money. This year, artists have created six one-of-a-kind suites in what is being billed Icehotel 31, which will stand until April 11, 2021 – when the hotel melts.

h/t: mirror


Asaf Kliger

We’re talking everything from a room decked out to look like an enchanted frozen forest to giant icy toys and even a quirky ‘Sauna’ room (although it’s probably the coldest sauna in the world!).


Asaf Kliger

Located in the remote village of Jukkasjarvi in Swedish Lapland, it’s the 31st year that an IceHotel has been created in. the region using ice from the nearby river. It’s built in winter and then usually stays open until spring when the weather gets warmer.


Asaf Kliger


Asaf Kliger


Asaf Kliger


Asaf Kliger


Asaf Kliger


Asaf Kliger


Asaf Kliger


Asaf Kliger


Asaf Kliger


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