There are some pretty amazing hotels in the world, but this one might take the cake.
Austria's Alpeniglu Village sits close to the gondola at the largest interconnected ski area in the world, making it an eight-minute ride to some of the world's best skiing. The kicker? The village is made entirely of ice and snow.
Sweden has the classic ice hotel, but Alpeniglu has seven igloo suites, each with an ice bed covered by sleeping bags and reindeer hides, a restaurant, ice church (with a wedding chapel) and bar, the Daily Mail reports.
The hotel offers an ice carving workshop as well as prime ski-in, ski-out availability. Though the hotel is made of ice, it looks inviting and almost warm for those staying the night.
The property opened in December and will stay open through March.