'Game of Thrones' Ice Hotel Opens in Finland For a Limited Time

Lapland Hotels Snow Village Game of Thrones ice hotel

Lucky for you, a hotel in Finland has just the thing to cure your Thrones withdrawal - a Game of Thrones-themed ice hotel!

Travelers can book an overnight visit at the snow hotel or simply take a day trip to the SnowVillage, which covers an area of about 20,000 square meters.

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.

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A stay in one of the hotel's standard ice rooms costs from €264 (£233) for two people per night, but you don't have to stay overnight though - tours of the Snow Village cost €15 (£13). 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.

Located 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, the GoT-themed hotel was built in collaboration between Lapland Hotels SnowVillage and HBO Nordic and transports guests to the medieval world with impressive recreations of the Braavos Hall of Faces, an Ice Throne, dragon-shaped slide and White Walker demon, reports Condé Nast Traveler. High-quality thermal sleeping bags are on hand, as well as hot berry juice in the morning, to ensure guests stay toasty as they experience life beyond the Wall. Not only that, the hotel also has a movie theater and even an ice restaurant. Drinks are served in carved-ice glasses rather than golden goblets, while diners in the adjacent Ice Restaurant may be relieved to hear that horse heart has been struck from the menu in favour of reindeer steak or arctic char. And what better place to wait out the Bomb Cyclone, or wait for the next season of Game of Thrones, than in your very own ice hotel.

The entrance to the village itself will cost about $18, but the rooms of the hotel start at around $200.