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Frozen Suite at Hotel de Glace Brings Arendelle’s Eternal Winter to Life!

Do you want to build a snowman?

The House of Mouse has partnered up with Quebec City’s Hôtel de Glace to create a suite fit for an ice queen. No, really.

Inspired by Anna and Elsa’s bedrooms in Disney’s Frozen and supervised by the film’s art director, Michael Giaimo, the magical, ephemeral, absolutely-must-see work of art is sculpted entirely from snow and ice as its name would imply (“glace” is French for “ice”).

And if that isn’t cool enough for you, the collaboration between Disney and the Ice Hotel also includes a “Frozen Activity Cave,” bringing all the wonder of the wintry tale to life for the littlest snowman devotees.

Frozen Suite at Hotel de Glace Brings Arendelle's Eternal Winter to Life | Babble

The celebration of Arendelle — and what is arguably one of the best animated films to ever come out of Disney’s studios – will be unveiled this weekend and remain open through March 23.

What’s more, Frozen is coming out on Digital HD and 3D on February 25 and Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, and On-Demand March 18, featuring a blizzard of never-before-seen bonus extras with the gorgeous animation, memorable characters, and unforgettable music that we all fell in love with in theaters. So there’s that, too.

Related: Watch Elsa Sing ‘Let it Go’ from Frozen in 25 Different Languages (VIDEO)

Photo credits: Walt Disney Animation Studios, Hôtel de Glace

One Mom MediaTravelhound Pilar wouldn’t mind being at Walt Disney World eating the ears off a Mickey ice cream bar right about now. But, since she can’t be at her “second home” year round, she curates happy thoughts on Disney Social Media Magic, a virtual springboard where breaking news and other Disneyfied thingamabobs are shared. For more mouse-minded geekery, join Pilar on FacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram and personal site, One Mom Media.

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