When the original Ice Hotel opened in 1989 in the tiny Swedish village of Jukkasjärvi, it was little more than a well-crafted igloo.
Now, it's the world's first year-round ice hotel, gallery, and bar—where sculpted suites are artworks unto themselves. Follow us 124 miles north of the Arctic Circle for a first look inside.
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