The ‘coolest’ hotel in the world has just unveiled a permanent luxury lodge made entirely of ice.
Thanks to a new solar-powered cooling technology, the hotel will be able to keep all the ice year-round.
The incredible structure has been built and rebuilt every year since 1989.
Along with chilly suites, the hotel features an ice bar and gallery, and even a church.
The location of the Icehotel is remote, only 200 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle.
Though the beds are made of ice, guests stay cosy on top of thick matresses under reindeer hides and thermal sleeping bags.
According to the Icehotel website, it took 1,000 cubic metres, or the equivalent of 20 million snowballs, to build the impressive structure.
All the rooms and art at this unique hotel take about six weeks to complete.
Each room is designed by a different artist - creating a special space for each guest.
The seasonal hotel opens on 16 December, just in time for Christmas.
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