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Chill out at the Hotel de Glace, the only ice hotel in North America, open January to March. It's made entirely of ice and snow. Explore the architectural marvel and its many rooms: Great Hall, chapel, ice slide and Ice Bar.
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
9530, rue de la Faune | Valcartier, Quebec City, Quebec G0A 4S0, Canada
Amazing to see a hotel made of ice, where even the vodka drinks are served in ice glasses....who needs ice cubes? Please note that this does not exist during the hot summer months, so don't go trying to find it! Come back in January...... :-)
Was a gift and what a fun experience this was staying here at the Hotel de Glace.
Well worth it, and they did advise best thing for you to do is go to the hot tubs relax and enjoy and when ready slowly go to...More
This place was totally cool. This year's theme was a river runs through it. Great ice slide and the tour guide was great in explaining how they construct the hotel each year. Who knew that people who build sand castles professionally are the same people...More
We visited the Hotel Glace on the day before it was scheduled to close for the season - still fascinating, especially for a southerner who rarely sees ice or snow. The sculpted rooms and furniture were fascinating. Be sure to take the guided tour, and...More
This was a really interesting spot to visit. It was fun to see how they decorated the different suites and we enjoyed drinking out of ice glasses in the bar. One can wander around the hotel (they give you a map), visit the different rooms...More
We did a quick tour of the hotel, it was so pretty!! So many details in the ice/snow sculptures. Most of the rooms have themes and are all decorated with snow, ice and fur.
There's a bar that serves liquor in ice glasses, which is...More
We completed a tour of the ice hotel with our group, followed by a very filling supper and a s'mores roasting in a private bar at the ice hotel. Ice slides, lots to discover and awesome location....we all want to go back and stay there!
Visited over March break. Impressed with the detailed and themed ice sculpting in some of the rooms. I found the entrance fees a bit pricey for what you see but guess that there is limited time to recoup the costs of building the hotel. Personally,...More