Hôtel de Glace

Hotel-de-Glace

Located only 4 km from the north end of Québec City, the Hôtel de Glace is a must-see attraction to discover every winter. The only Hôtel de Glace in America, has seduced over a million people around the world since its opening in 2001. With its huge snow vaults, its crystalline ice sculptures its 44 rooms and suites, the Hôtel de Glace impresses by its dazzling decor.

Entrance to conference hall

Entrance to conference hall

Ice sculpture of Dog sled

Ice sculpture of Dog sled

Ice chandelier at the hotel reception

Ice chandelier at the hotel reception

Hotel Passageway

Hotel Passageway

Native indian room

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Owl room

Walrus room

Hawk room

Room

Ice bar table with the apples

Ice bar table with the apples

The last destination before leaving is the bar. Rum cocktail is the only heater inside of this place. But even glasses are made from ice.

The last destination before leaving is the bar. Rum cocktail is the only heater inside of this place. But even glasses are made from ice.

 

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32 thoughts on “Hôtel de Glace

  1. Такой мерзлячке как я – холодно даже смотреть на это (ага, а сама две трети жизни живу на севере) 🙂 Но красиво.

  2. Wonderful impressions like from a winter fairytale. Nice different bedrooms. My husband would like that with the owl in the background. Thank you for sharing these nice pictures, dear Alexander! 🙂

  3. wow I’m with you.. we stay somewhere else….. stay warm.. we are having beautiful weather at the moment, but in Ottawa, we are not out of the woods yet, in March we could still have another storm

    • Thank you. It is pretty impressive construction. Every single year they built and then demolished this lovely attraction. It takes only six week to build it again but with that a lot of people involved in the processes and have job which is good. There are few manufactures around that business. After that they make huge income from tourists. Overall, it is nice place to see.

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