“Game of Thrones” Inspired Ice Hotel Opened in Lapland – Research Snipers

“Game of Thrones” Inspired Ice Hotel Opened in Lapland

Good news for the fans of “Game of Thrones”—there is a new hotel opened in Lapland, Finland. The hotel is like a dream come true for all those season fans who wish to visit the seven mythical Kingdoms, they could now get the ultimate experience.

HBO Nordic—owned by the Time Warner has collaborated with the Lapland Hotels SnowVillage for the making of “Games of Thrones” themed hotel completely made only of snow and ice.

The hotel is situated in the resort of Kittila which is one hundred and twenty-five miles above the Arctic Circle and around a driving distance of ninety minutes from Helsinki. The hotel comprises of twenty-four hotel room—out of these ten are suites for the guests who plan to spend the night there.

The hotel is designed by the experts of ice sculptors from across the world. Each room contains a famous ice sculpture of the most popular and watched TV show based on the book series “A Song of Ice and Fire” by George R.R. Martin. It includes the recreation of the Braavos’ Hall of Faces and a copy of the Iron Throne, guarded by “The Mountain”—Gregor Clegane.

While Walker—a heinous, ice sculptor with blue lit-up eyes, is one of the most prominent ice figures and is rather scary as is shaped in dragon ice slide.

Temperatures are up to negative five centigrade insides. For keeping the guests’ warm high-quality thermal sleeping bags are always ready and hot berry juice is served 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.

Guests receive a guided tour inside the SnowVillage along with a buffet breakfast in the log restaurant.

The SnowVillage covers the area of about twenty thousand square meters. Travellers could book an overnight stay or could just take a day-time trip.

The village is open for the visitors regularly on daily basis and offers many attractions including a chapel, an arctic bar—serving drinks in ice carved glasses, a cinema and a restaurant with frozen dining furniture and a menu that offers reindeer steak.

The SnowVillage has been constructed annually since the 2000s, this is the very first time ever that a “Game of Thrones” themed section is introduced.

The entry costs are of eighteen dollars, while the tour with a guide costs around seventy-eight dollars for a group comprising of thirty or fewer people.

The SnowVillage that was launched back in December is open until the 30th of April 2018 with rooms at the snow hotel with the prices starting from two hundred dollars.

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