There's a Game of Thrones Hotel in Finland…Made Entirely of Ice

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The property opened December 2, 2017, and will remain open through April 8, 2018.

The final season of Game of Thrones won't be here until 2019, but fans can wait in a new, Game of Thrones-themed ice hotel in Lapland. For their annual SnowVillage feature, Lapland Hotels collaborated with HBO Nordic for a special GoT hotel carved entirely out of ice.

Located in the resort of Kittilä, which is nearly 125 miles above the Arctic Circle and around 90 minutes from Helsinki, the destination is made up of 24 rooms - 10 of which are suites for guests staying overnight. There's a White Walker complete with glowing blue eyes, a Hall of Faces straight out of Braavos, an all-ice Iron Throne, and a Viserion-esque ice dragon that holds court in an ice bar.

Find out what are the most expensive travel destination are, you may be quite surprised. The hotel comprises 24 rooms, 10 of which are available to overnight guests.

It's close to the Yll?s and Levi ski-resorts, but if you can bear sleeping temperatures of -2 and -5 degrees Celsius (23?F), there are about 30 rooms and suites to pick from. However, it is recommended that non-white walker guests spend only one night in the ice rooms and spend the rest of their holidays in warmer cabins nearby.

The hotel also offers a guided tour inside the SnowVillage, a buffet breakfast in the log restaurant, and a diploma to commemorate their visit.

While it's been constructed yearly since 2000, this is the first time the SnowVillage has included a "Game of Thrones" themed section.

Guests can also dine at the SnowVillage's Ice Restaurant, and drink at the Ice Bar.

The entry costs are of eighteen dollars, while the tour with a guide costs around seventy-eight dollars for a group comprising of thirty or fewer people.