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‘Game of Thrones’-themed Ice Hotel features White Walkers, ‘Hall of Faces’

For this year, SnowVillage, Lapland Hotels together with HBO Nordic to give the structure of a separate “Game of Thrones” theme.

(Tuomas Kurtakko/Lapland Hotels)

Good news for “Game of Thrones” fans who enjoy freezing their butts off: You can now book a stay in a frigid “Ice Hotel” that even a hardened wildling of the Frostfangs maybe a bit too cold.

The Lapland Hotels SnowVillage, which is erected each year from snow and ice in Kittilä, Finland, has concluded a partnership with HBO Nordic to give this year is the structure of a separate “Game of Thrones” – themed, including rooms that are equipped with White Walkers and a Braavosi-style “Hall of Faces carved into the walls.

The “Game of Thrones” SnowVillage hotel will remain open until April 2018, $200, – per night.

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This year is the SnowVillage also features a map of westeros carved out of the snow, a dragon-shaped slide, and an Ice Throne made to look like the Iron Throne from the series, complete with a picture of “Mount” guard in the area.

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The whole process lasted only a month to build, according to Conde Nast Traveler, and was built by craftsmen and builders from Russia, Ukraine, Poland and Latvia.

The rooms at Lapland Hotels SnowVillage, each with different snow-covered carvings protruding from the walls.

(Tuomas Kurtakko/Lapland Hotels)

The hotel has 24 rooms, each with a different snow sculpture from the walls. There is also an “ice theatre” and “ice chapel” at the site, for anyone who is looking for a “making of” documentary about the hotel, or planning a wedding, respectively.

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The rooms of the SnowVillage start at around $200 per night, but Lapland Hotels suggest booking more than one night: only 23 degrees of F, the “igloo” hotel is only suitable for a short stay, and Lapland Hotels operates the warmer homes in the neighborhood for those who are looking to visit.

Guests can also dine at the SnowVillage Ice Restaurant and enjoy a drink in the ice bar.

(Tuomas Kurtakko/Lapland Hotels)

Fans can also purchase $18 is just going to tour the “Thrones”-themed village, and additional activities such as reindeer rides or snowmobile tours, or dinner and drinks in the on-site “Ice restaurant” or “iIe bar” — are also offered.

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The Lapland Hotels SnowVillage is open until April 2018, as long as a Ice dragon is not dredged up from the bottom of the sea, and ordered to destroy it.

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