Added by Margo Schmiederer

Photograph one of the few ice hotels in North America.

On your way to Quebec City, or on your way out, stop by Hotel de Glace for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure exploring structures made completely out of ice. For a fee that you can pay at the entrance, you will have access to all of the ice buildings, including the hotel, chapel, and bar, which has exceptional cocktails. You can also stay at the hotel and sleep in one of the ice rooms with a bed made out of ice! 

This is a short detour from Quebec City. It's such a unique adventure, I would highly recommend! 

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