An Ice Hotel In Quebec City Carved Out An Icy Bedroom Just Like The One In The Disney Animation "Frozen"
Quebec City’s iconic ice hotel has carved out a bedroom fit for a snow queen in a collaboration with Walt Disney Studios with their “Frozen”-inspired suite.yahoo.com
To be unveiled this weekend at the Hotel de Glace, the “Frozen Suite” is modeled after the royal bedrooms of sisters Anna and Elsa featured in the animated film.yahoo.com
The movie itself is set in the dramatic landscapes of a wintry Norway and the film’s fictional town of Arendelle, inspired by the picturesque Nordic town of Bergen.themalaysianinsider.com
The "Frozen Suite" Is Modelled After The Royal Bedrooms Of Sisters Anna And Elsa In The Movie
It Features An Ornate, Ice-Carved Bed (Which Frame Highly Resembles The One In The Movie), Armchair And Bench
The hotel is located 10 minutes from the center of Quebec City, which will be hosting the 60th edition of the world’s largest winter festival, the Quebec Winter Carnival between January 31 and February 16.huffingtonpost.ca
The Frozen Suite, meanwhile, features an ornate, ice-carved bed, armchair and bench, and will be open through March 23.huffingtonpost.ca
Here's An Early Concept Photo Of Anna's Bedroom For "Frozen"
In The Award-Winning Film, Elsa (The Snow Queen) Spends Most Of Her Childhood Hiding in Her Room Trying to Gain Control Of Her Powers
Anna, On The Other Hand, Is Seen Urging Elsa To Come Out With The Song, "Do You Want To Build A Snowman?"
The best song in "Frozen" is "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" No question. Anna (Kristen Bell) can't figure out why her cool big sister Elsa (Menzel) has stopped playing with her when they used to do everything together and have so much fun making snowmen. After their parents kick the bucket, Anna tries to convince her sister to come out and play, to no avail.moviefone.com
"Frozen" Tells The Story Of Anna Teaming Up With Kristoff To Find Her Sister Elsa, Whose Icy Powers Have Trapped The Kingdom In Eternal Winter
"'Frozen' stands out for its old-fashioned story — with its regal setting, its lonely princess in a castle, its kingdom under a spell — and for its visual splendor."vulture.com
"It's admirable to see that the sisters are so central to the story - particularly Bell's headstrong and independent Anna, and the men who swirl around their orbit aren't as well realised, there for comic effect and little else."tvnz.co.nz