The InterContinental Montreal is bringing a unique "In the Know" experience to its guests and visitors of Montreal through an alliance with the Montreal Snow Village. The Village, which is North America’s first and only entire village made of snow and ice, will officially open on Tuesday, January 22nd in the city’s Parc Jean Drapeau. This year, the village’s architects and sculptors are using the Big Apple as inspiration for the village’s setting, sculptures and décor. The Ice Hotel features 10 standard rooms and 15 prestige suites, including five igloos. Each room is adorned with a bed that sits on top of a base made entirely of ice.
Thermal sleeping bags provide the extra comfort and coziness necessary to withstand the chilly room temperature of 41 degrees Fahrenheit. The InterContinental Montreal’s Executive Chef Matthieu Saunier will also serve as the Snow Village’s head chef and oversee the delectable culinary creations at the Village’s Pommery restaurant and conference center. The Pommery restaurant will truly be an awe-inspiring gastronomic experience where guests will dine on traditional Canadian cuisine in a winter wonderland setting complete with tables and chairs made out of ice.