The Quebec City Ice Hotel is now open to visitors.\nThough the hotel won't be complete until the end of January, photos from its interior show the impressive sculptures and structures that await lucky patrons.\nThere's even an ice bar with drinks served in — you guessed it — blocks of ice!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWinter comes with its share of emotional journeys. Between snowstorms, ice storms, winter sports, and beautiful outdoor festivals and markets, we all develop a love-hate relationship with the season. It is difficult to appreciate the cold months when the weather is bad, but when we learn to live with it and not against it, we discover magnificent possibilities unique to the seemingly endless stretch between January and March. Among these, a classic place outside Quebec City that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists with its beauty and originality: the Ice Hotel at Valcartier.\nThis hotel is exceptional because, as you may have guessed, it is made entirely of ice. This unique accommodation located in Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier opened its doors earlier than usual in this its 20th anniversary year.\nThe completion of the hotel is expected by January 23, but some of the 42 rooms and thematic suites are ready and open to visitors.\nLet's just say it's worthy of a Disney movie.\nIt's nearly impossible to resist the urge to shout "Let it Goooo" when you enter the icy domain.\nView this post on Instagram Just call me Elsa!❄️❄️❄️ Sorry I’ve been MIA for the past few days. It’s been so nice spending time exploring Québec without worrying too much about posting. We spent Friday exploring the Ice Hotel just outside of QC and it was worth every penny! Definitely a bucket list experience that you need to go see!! The entire hotel is made of snow and ice including the beds, furniture, chandeliers and the glasses they serve your drinks in at the bar. So good, right?! . . . . . . #winterwonderland #newyearsevelook #winteroutfit #winterstyle #outfitinspo #warmandcozy #winterfashion #winterwonderland #icehotel #icehotelquebec #hotelglacequébec #torontoblogger #holidaystyle #riverisland #discoverunder10k #discoverunder5k #holidaylookswelove #holidaystyle #christmas2019 #newyearsoutfit #eootdg #ontariobloggers #hoteldeglace A post shared by Tara Leigh Renée | Style (@thetravellingtrendsetter) on Jan 5, 2020 at 7:03pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Back to work. New Year, Same Me. 😂❄️👸🏻💆🏻♀️ . . Click the link in my bio for more info about @hoteldeglace by @narcityquebec! A post shared by (🅢🅗🅤🅣 🅤🅟) 🅜🅔🅖🅖 👽 (@meggos.rancheros) on Jan 6, 2020 at 9:40am PST\nIts dramatic main entrance, chapel, large lobby, ice bar, and ornate bedrooms are among its most spectacular features. And yes, you can even have a drink in a glass made entirely out of ice.\nThere is also a Nordic relaxation area with spas and sauna under the stars. Access to this space is available from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m.\nWhile the hotel is already accessible to all, it will hold a Grand Opening Night to launch the season on January 17.\nView this post on Instagram 🥶🥶🥶 #canadiantreasure #quebec A post shared by Canadian Treasures (@canadiantreasures) on Jan 6, 2020 at 6:59am PST\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by mickael (@kaelmi_) on Jan 2, 2020 at 8:32pm PST\nFor the occasion, there will be a musical performance by 2Frères, fireworks, animation, a DJ, and a circus performance.\nView this post on Instagram As much as I do love pictures of myself, I thought I should share some more photos of the actual detail involved with this ice bar 🍻 cheers #icebar #travel #bar #brrr #hoteldeglace #canada #getdrunk #cocktails #cheers A post shared by Caitlin Reese (@gunslingercait) on Dec 30, 2019 at 1:09am PST\nIce Hotel 2020\nCost: Packages starting at $399 for an overnight stay, but daytime tour packages start at $23.99.\nWhen: January 2 to March 21, 2020\nAddress: 1860, boul. Valcartier, Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, QC\nWhy you need to go: To experience the famous, ephemeral space at least once in your lifetime\nWebsite\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.