3 Reasons: To Choose Romania’s Ice Hotel Over All Others

It’s no wonder that Romania’s breathtaking Ice Hotel is a favourite amongst travellers. Hand carved by local craftsmen, the Ice Hotel is laced with intricate structures that make each and every corner stunningly unique. Standing at 2000m above sea level and surrounded by amazing scenery, it’s the perfect place to go for your winter getaway.

But what’s Romania’s Ice Hotel got that the others haven’t? Plenty, as it happens. And if you’re still not convinced, here are 3 reasons why you should pick the Ice Hotel Romania above all others.

1. The Landscape

No other ice hotel can offer you the magical experience that comes from being nestled between gorgeous mountainous peaks. While other ice hotels are commonly found next to woodland, or long stretches of monotonous landscape, Romania’s Ice Hotel gives you the chance to sleep amongst the clouds.

Ice Hotel Landscape

2. The Price

You want to have a great holiday, for a great price. Everybody does. Then you’re better off avoiding hotels that will happily charge you an arm and a leg for a one-night stay. Prices at the Ice Hotel Romania are significantly lower and with excellent reviews, you can be sure you’re getting the best possible experience for the best possible price! It’s a winner.

Save Money at the Ice Hotel in Romania

 3. The Full Package

Because Romania’s Ice Hotel is in a remote location, it’s understandable that you might want a bit of help to make the most of your trip. That’s why we don’t just do trips to the Ice Hotel. Booking with us means you can enjoy the Ice Hotel experience as well as enjoying everything Romania has to offer. From visiting medieval Saxon towns in Transylvania, and gliding down the slopes in Romania’s premier ski resort, to creeping through the legendary Bran Castle, home of Dracula, and enjoying the nightlife on offer in Bucharest, we’ve got the full package, ensuring you have an unforgettable holiday.


Head over to our Ice Hotel Handpicked Trips page for more information.

By Charles Oben 


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