A song of ice and... travel?
Game of Thrones fans are being treated to a one-of-a-klind stay in Finland with the opening of new themed hotel.
Decorated with white walkers and a 'Hall of Faces' carved out of ice, the themed hotel is a bit spooky, to say the least.
Guests can stay in rooms made entirely of ice beneath the intimidating watch of a mythical beast for a starting price of 294 euro a night. Standard room prices start from 165 euro for a single room. The beds are made entirely out of ice, but patrons will be treated to thermal sleeping bags to stay warm.
If you're not keen on staying the night, the Game of Thrones exhibition is located within the larger Snow Village in Lapland, where plenty of other attractions will amuse visitors.
Guests can swing by the ice bar for a drink alongside one of Danaerys' dragons, have dinner at the Ice Restaurant, or sit on the icy Iron Throne.
The pop-up hotel created by HBO Nordic and Lapland Hotels will remain open until April 2018, after which it won't be able to survive the summer sun.
While the artistry may not be enough to entice you spend the night alongside a white walker, it may be able to cure your Game Of Thrones withdrawals until 2019, when the show will return to screens for its final season.