"Icehotel (Jukkasjärvi) is a hotel built each year with snow and ice in the village of Jukkasjärvi, in northern Sweden, about 17 kilometres (11 mi) from Kiruna. It is the world's first ice hotel."
For me, a native english speaker, I have a hard time seeing the word "is" meaning ice....
and for a native swedish speaker it's very hard to not think about ice cream when one reads the word "glass" :) :) :)
Det finns ett hotell som gjort av is i norra Sverige...
Is "det är" incorrect here because the Ice Hotel is considered an object "permanently" in place?
I generally regard "det är" as meaning "that is/there is", and "det finns" as "there is/exists (in a place)". That just leaves "ligger i" for "located in". Using those combinations seems to work for me so far anyhow ;)
Yeah, that's fine. I'd say both finns and ligger are more idiomatic, though.
Det finns ett is hotell??