Game of Thrones fans may have to wait a year to watch the final season, but for now, they can stay in a custom themed ice hotel in Finland. That's right, HBO Nordic teamed up with Lapland Hotels to create a real-life Game of Thrones hotel, which was entirely hand-sculpted from snow and ice. Each one of the ten rooms features an ice sculpture, like a white walker with glowing blue eyes, an icy replica of Braavos' Hall of Faces and of course, a life-sized iron throne. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
"Guests can sleep on a bed completely made of ice and are given thermal sleeping bags to help them stay warm. However, guests are recommended to only stay one night due to the temperatures which can dip to -5C. Overnight rates start at $400 and the hotel is part of a larger resort that includes a movie theater, a chapel (for those wanting to say 'I do'), and restaurant and bar carved out of ice," according to News.com.au.