The ice hotel in Quebec is an architectural masterpiece. Crafted entirely from snow and ice, it exists for only four months a year before melting in Spring.
From its gleaming ornamental columns to its art galleries and chapel, everything in the hotel is carved from ice. It's both an engineering marvel and a work of art. "The big challenge is that the hotel mustn't ever be the same," explains hotelier Jacques Desbois. "It has to be more and more beautiful."FULL SYNOPSIS