Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel
The face door of Norway’s Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel in Alta would be identical from the rest of its snowy neighboring. It not wrapped in reindeer fur. Move towards the door and you come into a long corridor top to a bar, gallery, chapel and 30 bedrooms; all are pared from ice. Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel unlocks its door in every year’s on January and melts away over in the spring season.
The beds of the hotel are made of reindeer fur and hot sleeping bags to stay guests restful in the hotel’s stable inside temperatures between -4 degrees Celsius and -7 degrees Celsius.
No icy toilet chairs here. Big wooden building next to the hotel residences and the bathrooms are hot and connected through to the sauna. Take a sit there, before running outer areas across icy decking and into the bubbling hot tub. The Lakesestua Restaurant manufactured from wood in the shape of a tepee, places next to the igloo and serves breakfasts of eggs, porridge, ham and cheese and dinners of reindeer cooks and fish dishes. The hotel bar provides only one drink, bright blue vodka served in ice glasses.