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Ice hotel and ice bar tips

Independent travel tips for the professional at Leisure

October 2008

 

In Sweden they advertize their famous Ice Hotel, a cool place to chill-out and sleep on ice, all in freezing conditions and almost total darkness.  Staying in an ice hotel has become a fad, mostly by young people who want an adventurous vacation above the arctic circle.

They put animal skins on the ice seats

Some ice hotels offer sculpture

   
 
The entrance to the Sweden ice hotel  

 

Inside the ice bar

In Copenhagen they have one of those Ice bars, a place to chill out and have a few expensive drinks.

It's not cheap, and you can expect to drop $100 for two people.  The ice bar is a glorified walk-in freezer, but on a hot day in Orlando (which has an ice bar), it could be quite refreshing.

 

 

Something different - the ice bar The seats are a bit hard
   
They give you a jacket and gloves at the ice bar The cups are made of ice and cost $10 each!
   

While the ice bar is a good novelty, it's expensive and the drinks are so-so.

 


 

 

 

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