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

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Now fans of the drama series can get the ultimate Westeros experience - at an fantastic snow village in Lapland, Finland.

The hotel was designed by professional ice sculptors from around the world. The hotel comprises of twenty-four hotel room-out of these ten are suites for the guests who plan to spend the night there.

A villainous White Walker, complete with blue lit-up eyes, is one of the stand-out sculptures, although a rather menacing sight to wake up to, as is the dragon-shaped ice slide.

The SnowVillage is in Kittilä, a town located in Finnish Lapland that's north of the Arctic Circle and about a 90-minute flight from the Finnish capital of Helsinki.

Around 20 million kilos of snow and 350,000 kilos of crystal clear natural ice are used to build the spectacular SnowVillage which changes in shape, size and design every year.

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Although it's recommended that guests stay at the hotel for a maximum of one night due to the icy conditions, there are warm log cabins available for those who wish to extend their stay in the SnowVillage. Travellers could book an overnight stay or could just take a day-time trip.

Aside from the hotel, other activities and features of the SnowVillage include reindeer and husky rides, snowmobile safaris, ice movie theater, ice bar, and ice restaurant that serves up local fare like reindeer and arctic char.

Each year, around 20 million kilos of snow and 350 000 kilos of crystal clear natural ice are used to build the Lapland Hotels SnowVillage, almost 200km above the Arctic Circle in Kittilä.

Entry costs $18, while a guided tour is around $78 for a group of up to 30 people.

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