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Funky Friday: You've Done The Ice Bucket Challenge, Now Do The Ice Bar Challenge

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  Site Where: 3 Passage Ruelle, Paris, France, 75018
August 22, 2014 at 12:49 PM | by | Comments (0)

Enjoy vodka IN the rocks amid 20 tons of ice art that make up the Ice Kube Bar, reputed to be the first and only ice bar in the French capital.

Welcome to Funky Friday, a new segment we’re trying out which features one photo that we think singularly expresses a hotel’s inner psyche. We look for, and often find, a lot of wacky, wild and wondrous designs that seem to have one thing in common: a Type A personality. So why not have a bit of fun as we all wrap up our week by taking a quick look at some hotels that quite frankly, want our attention.

Ice hotels come and go and they don’t come cheap as we have seen in the ICEHOTEL design suites. Well, put your plastic away because for a mere €25 (for three drinks) you can chill out in Paris—yes Paris-- at the Kube Hotel's seriously cool Ice Kube Bar. Whether or not you took the ice bucket challenge, and we commend you if you did, a visit to the Ice Kube Bar is a must see when in Paris.

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Stockholm Hotel Scene: Chillin', Literally, at the Nordic Sea Hotel

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  Site Where: Vasaplan 4, Stockholm, Sweden, 113 31
February 13, 2008 at 9:00 AM | by | Comments (0)

Once again, our roaming correspondent Monica Guy is summing up a hotel scene for us. This time, she's checking out hotels in Stockholm. Got a question or suggestion about Swedish hotels? Send it our way.

Spending the night on a mattress of ice in the designer igloo hotel IceHotel, 200km north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden, may well be something to boast about. But we HotelChatterers like our creature comforts and the simple pleasures in life.

So we're sticking to Sweden's slightly warmer southern capital of Stockholm and to its Nordic Sea Hotel, whose proudest selling point is its Absolut Ice Bar.

Absolut bloody freezing, we guess. But as you know, in Sweden, hotels aren't about cosy mattresses and comfort but about style, design and the being seen. To get in with the A-crowd in this city, it's no pain, no gain.

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