'Game of Thrones' Themed Ice Hotel in Finland Welcomes Fans

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The hotel is located in the resort Kittilä, which is 125 miles above the Arctic Circle and around 90 minutes from Helsinki, the place has 24 rooms - 10 of which are suites for guests staying overnight.

The property opened December 2, 2017, and will remain open through April 8, 2018.

Good news for "Game of Thrones" fans who enjoy freezing their butts off: You can now book a stay at a frigid "Ice Hotel" that even a hardened wildling from the Frostfangs might find a little too chilly. 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. Guests get the chance to sit on the Night King's version of the Iron Throne, stroll through the Braavosi Hall of Faces and sleep beneath the glowing eyes of a White Walker carved into the ceiling.

There is also a dragon-shaped ice slide and an Ice Chapel with furniture made from compacted snow, where guests can get married - although weddings in Game of Thrones don't usually go terribly well.

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Guests are given sleeping bags and morning cups of hot berry juice to warm up.

The hotel also offers a guided tour inside the SnowVillage, a buffet breakfast in the log restaurant, and a diploma to commemorate their visit.

The SnowVillage covers the area of about twenty thousand square meters.

Great news Game of Thrones fans-White Walkers and dragons have arrived in the one of the coolest hotels to open this winter season: The Lapland Hotels SnowVillage. Guests are allowed into the SnowVillage for $18, and they can catch a meal at an ice restaurant that serves alcoholic drinks in glasses made of, you guessed it, ice. Entry to the SnowVillage is €15, while room rates start at €165.

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