Spend the night in Swedish Lapland, along the Torne River (the source, every year, of the ice that builds the hotel). North of the Arctic Circle, this is the world's largest frozen-water lodging. When you need a break, you can stroll the village of Jukkasjärvi. Dig this: You'd think that the ice would be odd enough, but every one of the 80 or so bedrooms is unique. Note: There's also an ice vodka bar and a chapel. And every year there's a new theme behind the building of the ice getaway.
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