The beautiful and magnanimous hotel is called Jukkasjarvi icehotel.It is located in Jukkasjarvi village in Northern Sweden about 17kilometres from Karuna just 200kilometres North of the Arctic Circle.It was founded in 1989 and was opened in 1990 making it the first and the largest icehotel in the world.It covers an area of 6,000square metres.It is made of ice and snowy blocks that come from the nearest river known as Torne river.It is more than just a unique tourist attraction in Sweden attracting more people to have fantastic experiences in the snow.
The ice freezes upto -5 degrees Celsius where more than 4,000 tones of ice are harvested.The hotel is rebuilt every year from December to April hence it is temporary.The ice collected is used to create ice designs and glasses for ice sculpting while the snow is used in building.The hotel has 55rooms, 10 restaurants,bars,church and halls built in unique designs.
See some of it's stunning photos below;
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