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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
The place really is worth the price of $18. The place is very big and there are a lot of things and different rooms to see and discover!
We didn't want to try to sleep in the hotel because it's a bit expensive and mostly...More
Quite spectacular when you consider that a completely new hotel has to be built each year. Imagine an enormous igloo with ice doors and many rooms. Very cold. Interesting but I would not want to sleep there!
We visited the hotel de Glaceon March, it is little bit out of the city and was in their last days open. Fortunately there was not too much people and enjoyed all the ice rooms and a good shot at the bar (btw, shots are...More
Stayed at the Ice Hotel 18January. It was very nice. Drinks at the Ice Bar, dip in the hot tub while a light snow was falling, and then a pretty good night sleep. Sleeping bag keeps you warm, although bed is kind of hard--- it...More
We happened to impulsively visit Quebec since the price of the hotels were a steal. However, it was dead in the winter so we were freezing. Luckily, the sun came out one day and we booked a tour to the ice hotel (only available from...More
Loved it.Quite an experience seeing all the hotel rooms with different designs, the bar, the chapel, the spa, etc. If one wants to see something different and unique, that is the place ! We didn't stay there but I know it is very popular. It...More
This was one of the coolest things we have ever done! We booked with a groupon and stayed one night. They have a little lesson on the how to with the sleeping bag to ensure you are snuggled up tight. They send out a packing...More
I actually visited here back in 2010. We just went to see what it was like but did not spend the night. If you are Quebec during the season this is a must, you will be blown away by the detail and artistic abilities and...More