- Looking for a little virtual adventure? Quebec's Ice Hotel has got you covered.
- Right now on their website, you can take a 3D Virtual Tour of the iconic ice structure.
- This ice hotel is the only one of its kind in North America... so go sneak a peek!
Perhaps the recent snow in Montreal has you feeling wistful for the wintertime. Or maybe it has made you happier than ever that you have an excuse not to leave the house right now? Either way, this virtual visit of the Quebec Ice Hotel seems like a perfect way to pass some time, do some virtual exploring and see an iconic Quebec landmark, right from the comfort of your couch.
This year marked the 20th anniversary of the Ice Hotel, and the theme was 20 Years of Enchantment, to which they get no argument from me.
The icy structure is the only one of its kind in North America and changes its theme every year, to keep guests who love it coming back for more.
Normally, a visit costs $18 and you are able to get up close and personal with the ice sculptures, sip a drink in the ice bar or stop by the chapel if you're feeling romantic.
But right now, you can take a 3D visit, completely free!
Feel like a princess from Frozen as you move through the Grand Hall... Anna or Elsa, your pick.
Plus, the rooms with their luxurious furs will have you feeling like you've entered some Northerner castle in Game of Thrones.
Plus, a virtual tour means you don't have to worry about White Walkers... nice.
What you won't be able to do is enjoy a frosty beverage at the Ice Bar... so maybe throw some beers or bubbly in the fridge before you take your tour... y'know, to really get the full experience.
Don't worry, Legault would approve.
This opportunity really is something special and even if it doesn't last as long as a real visit would, it's still spectacular to see.
Regular room rates for the Ice Hotel start at $349 a night... so you know you're getting a bargain with this sneak peek.
Virtual Visit of Quebec's Ice Hotel
When: Whenever you're feeling adventurous!
Where: Click here for the 3D tour!
Why: Experience an iconic Quebec landmark for free, right from the comfort of your home!