Around 50,000 people visit Icehotel annually. According to the hotel, most visitors spend just one night in the ice rooms and spend the rest of their stay in the warmer hotel rooms that are actually hotel rooms. Though, the temperature inside rooms never drops below 23 degrees Fahrenheit inside the rooms. (Cold comfort, but it gets colder than that outside.)
Like other frigid hotel experiences, there's no plumbing in the icy rooms. Instead, there's a common space with a sauna, "relaxation area with a roaring fire," and hot lingonberry juice on tap. There's also a guide who holds a survival course for anyone staying in the ice rooms. The course instructs guests on how "to dress appropriately and how to make the bed with the Arctic sleeping bags," which are made for temperatures as low as -13 degrees Fahrenheit.