What we know about the ice hotel at the Sybaris Hotel
Sybaras hotel, located on the south shore of Vancouver Island, is a favourite spot for locals to chill out and unwind.
In fact, the hotel has a history of hosting weddings and funerals.
This past weekend, it hosted a wedding.
The event, held at a venue called “Ladies Night,” featured performances by the band “Sparks.”
The bride and groom both wore black wedding gowns.
They were also joined by the groom’s friends and family.
The bride’s parents, brother, uncle and niece all attended the event.
The venue is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Friday.
(The Times of Ireland) The hotel has had many different names over the years.
In the 1970s it was known as the “Cafe Hotel,” and it has been the home of the famous ice hotel from the 1930s to the 1990s.
It closed in 2011, and it’s been vacant since then.
(Sydaric, the owner, has owned the hotel since 1999.)
According to a website, Sybarus Hotel was the first ice hotel in North America.
The hotel opened in 1932 and was built by the B.C. Government.
In 1959, the B