"Game of Thrones" Inspired Ice Hotel Opened in Lapland

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For a month earlier this fall, professional ice sculptors from Russia, Ukraine, Poland and Latvia turned about 20 million kilograms of snow and 350,000 kg of ice into a frozen village spanning an area of 20,000 square meters, which, this year, includes a GoT-themed hotel.

The incredible joint is located in Finnish Lapland which is north of the Arctic circle, and can be reached from the capital, Helsinki, which is a 90-minute flight away.

You can live out your Game of Thrones fantasy at this amazingly detailed hotel, sculpted entirely out of ice in honour of the show. Tourists can visit the hotel for about $18, while an overnight stay starts around $200.

Consisting of 24 rooms, 10 of which are suites, the hotel is made up of a couple of features coming from the massively popular television series including a Braavosi Hall of Faces, an ice throne complete with its own the Mountain bodyguard and a slide shaped into the form of a dragon.

The ice hotel is kept at temperatures of minus five degrees Celsius. Take a look at the Hotel of Ice and, uh, More Ice.

Although it is advised that the guests should spend a maximum of just one night at the hotel because of the chilling icy conditions, however, there are more warm log cabins present if any guest wishes to prolong their stay duration at the SnowVillage.

Facebook/GameOfThronesA "Game of Thrones" hotel has opened in Finland for a limited time only.

The village is open for visitors daily and has a cinema, a chapel, an arctic bar that serves drinks in glasses carved from ice.

The entry costs are of eighteen dollars, while the tour with a guide costs around seventy-eight dollars for a group comprising of thirty or fewer people.

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