14/12/2013

Pole-dancing polar bears and a frozen Tube train !

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Guests heading to Sweden's newest ice hotel might be worried about a chilly reception.
But with pole-dancing polar bears, Narcissus and even a London Tube train on hand to greet visitors, Lapland's latest frosty accommodation is certainly carving out a niche for itself as a quirky hotel.
The ice hotel phenomenon has long been in existence, with smooth carved buildings popping up in sub-zero climes each December, ready to welcome guests looking to huddle under reindeer skins and sleep in a giant igloo.
The latest chilly offering is no less than the 24th to open in Swedish Lapland, dominating the village of Jukkasjärvi
So how have the designers behind the project decided to make it stand out? With an eclectic collection of frozen carvings to accompany you to bed.

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