1. The Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden.
The world's largest and oldest ice hotel is rebuilt every year in December, and nearly everything — from the walls, to the beds, to the glasses at the bar — is made out of the cold stuff.
2. The Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort in Saariselkä, Finland.
3. The Hotel de Glace in Quebec, Canada.
4. The Balea Ice Hotel in Cîrţişoara, Romania.
Secluded in the Făgăraş Mountains of Romania, the hotel is accessible only by cable car. Also on the property? An ice restaurant, ice bar, and ice church.
5. Alpeniglu Igloo Village in Thale, Austria.
6. The Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel in Alta, Norway.
7. The Aurora Ice Museum in Fairbanks, Alaska.
Originally envisioned as a year-round ice hotel, the original Aurora Ice Hotel was scaled down to a museum and ice bar after warm temperatures melted the first structure in 2004.
8. The SnowVillage Snow Hotel in Kittilä, Finland.
30 rooms made of ice and snow, incredibly detailed art in the walls, and an ice chapel that lets couples get hitched Frozen-style? Check, check, and check.