The IceHotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden, is a destination for the hot-blooded -- or anyone, for that matter, who thinks sleeping on a block of ice sounds cozy.
Normally, the hotel is constructed in winter out of ice cut from a the Torne River and then left to melt as the temperatures outside turn to spring.
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But now, thanks to the midnight sun that shines all day long over the Arctic landscape, the IceHotel's sister, the IceHotel 365, will be open as many days as its name suggests.
The new hotel will built from river ice just like its sister, but will use solar-powered refrigeration to keep the frozen walls from melting.
"...we'll be able to produce roughly 75 kilowatts from April to September, which gives us an energy surplus that we can use to run our existing buildings, like our restaurants, offices and warm rooms," said founder Yngve Bergqvist in a press release.
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