Quebec City’s Hôtel de Glace is a lavish ice hotel that is made from 500 tons of frozen material. The elegant structure is predominantly made from ice and snow but features elegant wooden accents. These wooden pieces act as the hotel's doors and window shutters while adding a touch of warmth to accommodations that are otherwise known for their cold quarters.
Featuring luxe rooms and even and in-house chapel that appeals to spiritual visitors, this lavish ice hotel is an architectural feat and speaks to consumers' growing desire for experiential travel. While most travelers opt for heated and tech-infused accommodations during winter months, braver thrill-seekers can invest in a unique experience inside of this Quebec City hotel.
The frozen Hôtel de Glace is reconstructed each winter with every design surpassing the beauty of past construction projects.