Hôtel de Glace

Ice Hotel

2280, boulevard Valcartier
Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier
QC, G0A 4S0

The only ice hotel in North America opens every winter, from January to March. Made entirely of snow and ice, this architectural marvel is a wonder to behold. Explore the beautiful Grand Hall, chapel, ice slide, rooms and suites, and finish your tour at the Ice Bar with a delicious cocktail served in a glass made of ice. Will you prefer to visit Hôtel de Glace, or will you dare the ultimate winter experience of a night stay? Hôtel de Glace is perfect for a wintry romantic retreat (even for a wedding) or a get-together with family and friends.

Shuttle :
From end of January to end of March, departure from Old Québec with Old Québec Tours.

Good to Know:
Late March, to beginning of January.

Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site

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2280, boulevard Valcartier
Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, QC,
G0A 4S0
Hôtel de Glace

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