Ice Restaurant & Ice Bar of Arctic SnowHotel

The Arctic SnowHotel & Glass Igloos is a landmark and a popular attraction in Rovaniemi. Ice Restaurant of Arctic SnowHotel is a spectacle, and an attraction on its own. Enjoy an unforgettable 3-course dinner with dessert served on an ice plate! The Ice Restaurant is built entirely of snow and ice, and its interior is crowned by amazing ice columns, light art and beautiful snow sculptures. The ice restaurant is located on the shore of Lake Lehtojärvi, half an hour’s drive from the center of Rovaniemi.

At the Ice Bar you don’t order a drink with ice, you order a drink in ice. A frozen icy glass in a bar made entirely of snow and ice, gives the experience that is beyond compare.


The location houses one of the largest snowhotels in the world -Arctic SnowHotel & Glass Igloos. The SnowHotel with Ice Restaurant and Ice Bar is open between December 15th – March 31st. Through out the autumn and winter season, this is the place to be to catch the Northern Lights, away from the city lights.

Getting here

You can arrive by your own car or have a look at visiting experiences that include a transfer from Santa Claus Village or Rovaniemi city center.


Entrance ticket is needed!

Inside the SnowHotel the room temperature is 0–5C°, so remember to dress up warmly. Sitting on soft fur you will be comfortable in the restaurant furniture made of ice.

Please inform all dietary restrictions, allergies and religious restrictions in advance, our personnel is happy to organize a substitute option regardless the limitations.

Ice Restaurant is also suitable for groups.

Menu & reservations


Tel. +35840 845 3774

Sales & reservatios:

Season: Winter

Suitable for: Couples, Everyone, Families, Groups

Opening hours

Ice restaurant is open between December 15th – March 31st, seatings at 17:30, 19:00, 20:30 – other times on request.

The Ice Bar is open multiple times during a day between December 15th-Mar 31st.


Lehtoahontie 27
97220 Sinettä, Rovaniemi - Finland

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