Realty Trivia Challenge
What cool and highly unusual hotel must be totally rebuilt each year?
A. Sweden’s ICEHOTEL
B. Wyoming’s Snow King Hotel
C. Alaska’s North Pole Hotel
Answer: A. Sweden’s ICEHOTEL
According to travel agents, one of the best experiences in Sweden is ICEHOTEL®, the world’s largest hotel made of ice and snow. Every winter, ICEHOTEL attracts over 50,000 visitors from around the world. But it’s more than a hotel. It’s also an art project that’s reborn every winter.
Every spring ICEHOTEL makes an open call for art suite design. The selected artists and designers are invited to join the art symposium and create their unique designs in November.
ICEHOTEL is built in stages with its snow corridors and tunnels gradually being transformed into spellbinding suites by creative architects, engineers, artists and visionaries. The result is breathtaking, according to many visitors.
So, is it possible to sleep well in a room at sub-zero temperatures? Apparently, if you wear long johns and a woolly hat inside your sleeping bag, you’ll have no problem catching some zzzzs.
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