Sunday, February 28, 2010

Where I Want To Stay In Canada



I just want to share this to everyone because as I was surfing the net, I came upon this great hotel that I definitely would want to experience if ever I get the chance to go to Canada.

Skip trying to build an igloo yourself. Canada's Hôtel de Glace, built exclusively of ice and snow, does it for you.

At the beginning of December each year, workers build the entire hotel's rooms and columns, furniture and sculptures out of ice and snow. For the opening this January, when the hotel celebrates its 10th anniversary, workers used 15,000 tons of snow and 500 tons of ice.

Hôtel de Glace opened Jan. 4 and will remain open until April 4 for overnight stays, public tours, corporate events, weddings, art exhibitions and film and TV productions.

The hotel is in Sainte-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier, 23 miles from Quebec City and 149 miles from Montreal. Quebec's winter temperatures can range from minus-13 degrees Fahrenheit in February to 41 degrees in March. (Description taken from the LA Times)

6 comments :

pipay said...

hmmm... how's the temperature inside?
hehehe

disneyusa said...

very cold that's for sure hehehe

bit said...

yes of course.. -10 degrees for sure..

kara williams said...

is it eskimo?

disneyusa said...

yes. it's shaped like a real igloo ;)

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