Hôtel de Glace
Hôtel de Glace
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Maxim S
Somerville, MA33 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Familie
Really unique and cool experience! Our kids (6 and 3) couldn't get enough. The unique designs of each room (there are about 30) were impressive.
Skrevet 3. mars 2024
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Courtney C
Bangor, Maine, United States157 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Par
This was truly one of the most incredible things my husband and I have done—it felt so magical, even as adults. If you have kids who like the movie Frozen, this basically feels like it’s straight out of that film: warm lighting, ice carvings, the whole entire vibe.

The pictures speak for themselves (but don’t do it anywhere near enough justice—it’s way better in real life!), but I’ll give some tips based on our experience. These will help especially if you’re not a native or fluent French speaker and aren’t familiar with the area.

1. True to what the website will tell you, it gets COLD in Quebec. I’m from Maine so I’m very familiar with cold winters, but this is next level cold. And since the ice hotel is most magical at night when the lights are brighter and the vibe is more cozy, it’s even colder outside (think single digits Fahrenheit to often below zero). Be prepared with your warmest outerwear and maybe even some hand/boot warmers. It’s more enjoyable when your hands aren’t numb 🙃

2. Whether you purchase tickets online (recommended) or at the time of your visit, you still have to go through the information desk as you enter the resort area. The ice hotel is built next to an actual hotel and ski/lodge type resort, so you’ll need to go through the info desk to get paper tickets. Even if you have a digital ticket, you won’t be able to get in until you’ve exchanged your digital ticket for a paper one with a barcode. Also, in our experience, this was the one area of our visit where the staff had the most limited English, so communication was difficult. Therefore, just follow the directions on your ticket and save yourself the hassle that we went through of having to walk back to the info desk.

3. While the ice hotel is handicap accessible, keep in mind that it is in fact completely made of ice so it can be very slippery in spots. Several people were wearing boots with grippers on the bottom which I think is smart.

4. There is a bar in the ice hotel which accepts cash and cards. They have shot glasses made of ice which were very cool. Just a PSA in case that’s your thing :)

5. There is a small kids play area inside the ice hotel with an ice slide and some ice stairs and stuff. Unless you want your entire back side to become wet and then subsequently freeze the moment you get off, do not go down the slide unless you have snow pants on. This is based on a true story and that’s all I’m willing to say. ☹️

6. The resort area does have some gift shops, restaurants, etc. as well as several bathrooms. We didn’t eat there, but everything looked very nice.
Skrevet 27. februar 2024
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Ann H
new orleans, United States14 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Familie
The Hôtel de Glace is north of the Ice Wall, in the land of the White Walkers, also known as French Canadians.

First things first if you’re interested in going…. APPARENTLY, they have videos online with lots of useful information on how to survive the night, such as dress warmly and don’t have wet parts. I didn’t watch the videos, but I also put Ikea furniture together without directions so 🤷🏼‍♀️.
Now you can travel like a boss and skip the videos as well.

Good news is, when you first arrive, you are actually booked into a regular hotel room made of hotel things such as materials that don’t melt. So KNOW that you have an actual room in which you can abandon both luggage and common sense, but that also has a potty your butt won’t stick to. More on that later. Also- the room functions as an escape clause in case you bail on your icicle impersonation in the middle of the night. Don’t though. I want you to treat everything in life as a competition.

So, you’re actually not allowed in your ice room before 9pm, but you can visit the hotel to peep the rooms, the chapel building to address lifelong regrets, and best of all you can visit the ice bar.
Our stay began in the ice bar with cocktails in ice glasses. I had a champagne in an extra large ice vessel and found myself suddenly and frantically grabbing the slipping glass- it was a flurry of slow motion cartoon hands until I finally beat the glass and got one hand under it before it smashed to the ground.

After drinks, you can chill 👀 at dinner or pre-heat yourself in a hot tub until it’s time to die. But first, bit of advise.
After about 5 pm, don’t drink. Anything. Work hard to become a dried-out husk of your former self because….once you go to bed in the envelope of ice….well.
The toilets are outside in the cold. In the third cold. Your room is the first cold, the hallways are the great and dangerous second cold. Outside is the third cold. You must crawl out of your bag, put your ski clothes back on and travel from cold to cold to cold, and then pull down your pants. I KNOW. No way I was letting that happen. They would find me the next day like Jack Nicholson in the Shining. So if you’re a middle of the night potty break kinda gal like me, wring out your bladder now.

When it’s bedtime it’s all counterintuitive with clothing, but then don’t they always say in the last stage of hypothermia you start whipping off all your clothes? so who knows. But just put on ONE layer of long underwear and warm socks- not cotton or wool- and then whatever you need to survive the bitter f*cking cold.
You’ll then leave your ‘other’ room for the giant igloo. My family and I left in a somber procession, knowing I chose for them to sleep on a bed of ice in a room of snow for vacation. As always, they bore it well. And we even had to miss snowshoeing with goats I’d previously arranged so I bet they were torn as hell. The goats carry your lunch through the woods with you. Just STAHP 🥹
When you get to your room you open the giant bag and pull out your sleeping bag and your sheet condom and fill the bag with your coat, pants, etc. Then slither into the sheet tube and then slide into the sleeping bag. Just in your long underwear and socks and that’s it. There is a soft mattress between you and said iceberg, don’t worry.
And guess what? I had the BEST night sleep. Warm and toasty in my cocoon, the cold air gently nipping at my nose made for a solid sleep. 10/10. I haven’t slept through the night in ages but let’s be honest, it may be due to the shriveled bladder.
The next morning they wake you at 8:30 and you shuffle back to your ‘warm’ room for showers, etc.
all-in-all a delightful experience.

My fam hurried back before me in the morning. I lingered in the ice bar to take one last video. On the way out I passed the giant carved Neanderthal and with a smack on his icy ass told him,“I survived the Night Watch!“
Skrevet 16. februar 2024
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Lionel M
La Force, Frankrike12 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Familie
Grandiose and refreshing. The sculptures are magnificent. It is magic. On vacation the 30 dollars per person is a cost but it is truly magical and not to be missed...
Skrevet 18. januar 2024
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opsia60
Poitiers, Frankrike215 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Familie
Incredible discovery despite a very high price for a simple visit.
The work done by the sculptors is fantastic, some of the suites are really very successful! And drinking a cocktail in an ice glass is amazing and refreshing 😛
Skrevet 8. januar 2024
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amrevu
Matthews, NC29 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2023
Wow! Sleeping in an ice hotel is quite an experience! Hotel de Glace holds mandatory training before you spend the night at 25 degrees F. and that's a good thing. Turns out it's comfortable enough as long as you stay in the provided sleeping bag. The ice carvings and sculptures in the hotel are remarkable.

The Valcartier property has a very large regular hotel, numerous hills for tubing, a modest choice of restaurants, ice skating, great fun for all the family.
Skrevet 6. mars 2023
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mombz31
Paris, Frankrike114 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2023 • Familie
La visite est incroyable. Les chambres, le bar, le toboggan glacé. C’est une expérience à vivre. Nous avons juste visité et n’avons pas dormi.
Franchement c’est du jamais vu ailleurs, bravo aux artistes.
Un chocolat chaud pourrait être offert avec l’entrée, il fait assez froid 🥶 lors de la visite et après avoir payé l’entrée 40 dollars par personne ce serait appréciable
Skrevet 17. februar 2023
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Helena-Francisco
Quebec, Canada19 792 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2023
Nous sommes allés au Village Vacances Valcartier afin de voir l'Hôtel de Glace, édition 2023. Cet hôtel éphémère est construit à chaque année et nous pouvons le visiter de janvier à mars. Les conditions climatiques ont rendu encore une fois la tâche difficile pour son élaboration. Cependant, le résultat final est magnifique avec ses suites thématiques (rideaux rouges), où vous pourrez y admirer de belles sculptures sur neige rehaussées d'un éclairage artistique.

Dès l'arrivée sur le site de l'Hôtel de Glace, vous verrez près de la Chapelle une légende qui nous indique les principaux bâtiments de glace à visiter. Vous pourrez y admirer une chapelle pour les mariages, le grand hall, le bar de glace, la Grande Glissade ainsi qu'une belle terrasse extérieure avec vue sur la rivière et les montagnes. La terrasse possède également une partie couverte à l'abri des intempéries.

N'oubliez pas d'aller voir l'atelier de glace où l'on fabrique les verres de glace. Vous y verrez différentes photos qui nous montrent le moule sur patin servant à construire l'hôtel de glace.

Nos suites "Coup de Cœur":

-À Chacun sa Lumière des sculptrices Marie-Line et Véronique Gagné

-De la Terre à la Lune de Jules Verne: sculpteurs: Isabelle Gasse et Guy-Olivier
Devault

-La chambre de Riopelle

Admission: 1 mètre 32 et plus: si vous achetez en ligne le prix est de 29.99$ + taxes et celui-ci est de 34.99$ + taxes si vous achetez sur place.
Skrevet 9. februar 2023
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Laurent T
Les Coteaux, Canada107 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2023 • Familie
Nous avons pris quelques minutes pour visiter l’hôtel de glace. En effet, la visite est incluse avec le billet 3 jours illimité. C’est une expérience unique et agréable, mais je ne crois pas que j’aurais payé pour spécifiquement pour ça.

Le bâtiment est complètement fait en glace. C’est impressionnant avec le lobby et la chapelle et le lounge dans lequel le on peut prendre une consommation servie dans un verre en glace.

Je suggère de faire la visite lorsqu’il fait noir. C’est plus beau avec les lumières qui reflètent sur la glace.
Skrevet 8. januar 2023
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Al V
Newmarket, Canada8 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2022
Although the bar and hot tubs were closed due to Covid, the overnight experience was something I will remember for the rest of my life. Great appreciation to the Ice Hotel supervisor who upgraded us to a better themed room at no charge.
Skrevet 11. mars 2022
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