Put on hot winter clothes, bring your camera and be ready for a unique experience in a magic atmosphere. Very neat, but must be seen at night... Spendid!
There is nothing to dislike here. The fact that the entire structure is made of ice is amazing, but we also saw impressive decorations, hot tubs, and a bar, all made out of ice! We ordered drinks and they were poured into ice cups. We stood at our ice table, drinking our drinks (and our cups), and listened to some... More
The building itself is not that impressive from the outside. However, the ice sculptures used for the furnishings in the lobby and bar are incredible. Even more amazing are the bas relief snow murals carved into the walls of the premium suites. We really enjoyed touring the rooms and imagining what it took to build and decorate them. While it... More
It reminded us of the ice palace at Saranac Lake NY with its indoor slide and blocks of ice. Every year the theme changes. This year there will rooms with dinosaurs, fairies, blocks, bears, and other kid related events. Be sure to dress warmly and take the tour.
Such a cool ( literally ) place - great to wander around, but as soon as we looked at the room set-up, we were very glad we had decided not to stay!! The logistics of separate sleeping bags and no ensuite bathroom were enough to put us off overnighting - as well as the 9am checkout and 9pm check in... More
We loved our experience! We followed the guided tour in English and the guide was very knowledgeable (Pierre). This was our first stop when we got to Quebec and it was the perfect way to start our trip. Be sure to take the tour as we learned a lot about the hotel that we wouldn't have known otherwise. We bought... More
The experience of staying at l'Hôtel de Glace is unlike any other. The structure itself, with all its intricate snow carvings and ice sculptures, is like being in some kind of dream-world/winter wonderland. It's one of the most eye catching displays I've ever seen. The staff were very knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful and ensured we had everything we needed for... More
This is a cool attraction to see.. Just to get in and walk around is about $18 a person, if you want a drink or shot be prepared to pay almost $10 a drink. Watch out for the bartenders, they don't like to give you your change. All that aside it is amazing to see how they constructed this place... More
DO NOT get the cheaper $13, 8pm tickets. You can't get in the rooms and don't get the informational tour. This is only one of two (northern Sweden is the other - and original) ice hotels in the world. Got there at 2 and got tickets for 3pm english tour. Walked through all the rooms. Including bar, chapel, etc. Then... More
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