Good news for "Game of Thrones" fans who enjoy freezing their butts off: You can now book a stay at a frigid "Ice Hotel" that even a hardened wildling from the Frostfangs might find a little too chilly. Each room features an ice figure related to the epic fantasy TV show based on George R.R. Martin's book series A Song of Ice and Fire, including a replica of the Iron Throne, guarded by Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane and a recreation of Braavos' Hall of Faces.
Good news for the fans of "Game of Thrones"-there is a new hotel opened in Lapland, Finland".
The SnowVillage is in Kittilä, a town located in Finnish Lapland that's north of the Arctic Circle and about a 90-minute flight from the Finnish capital of Helsinki.
In one hotel suite there is a huge ice sculpture of a villain character called White Walker towering over the bed.
You better make sure to wrap up as temperatures plunge to as little as -5C inside, so high-quality thermal sleeping bags are on hand to keep guests warm, as well as a hot better juice in the morning.
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. Take a look at the Hotel of Ice and, uh, More Ice.
The 20,000-metre complex also includes a restaurant, a bar, a cinema, and a wedding chapel made from a staggering 20 million kilos of snow and 350,000 kilos of natural ice.
Entry costs $18, while a guided tour is around $78 for a group of up to 30 people.