A Mountain Hotel Fit for Royalty by

Issue 58 · On the Mountain · February 7, 2013

A Mountain Hotel Fit for Royalty

Issue 58 · On the Mountain · February 7, 2013

Sweden's oldest mountain hotel, the 1,700-acre Fjällnäs Reserve, was built in 1882 as a retreat for Swedish royalty to experience the drama of what Fjällnäs calls "the eight seasons."

The hotel is surrounded by a stark landscape of birch forests and barren mountain peaks; rooms feature slate and scrubbed pine surfaces and are simply outfitted in white linens, sheepskin pillows and throws, and Josef Frank fabrics. Visit Fjällnäs Reserve for more information.

Snowy Fjällnäs Reserve Hotel in Sweden, Remodelista

Outdoor Firepit at Fjällnäs Reserve, Remodelista

Gold Pendant Lights above the Dining Table, Remodelista

Sitting Room at Fjällnäs Reserve in Sweden, Remodelista

Dining Room at Fjällnäs Reserve in Sweden, Remodelista

Meeting Room at Fjällnäs Reserve in Sweden, Remodelista

Desk Lamp in the Bedroom at Fjällnäs Reserve, Remodelista

Bedroom at Fjällnäs Reserve, Remodelista

Grey Sheepskin in the Bedroom at Fjällnäs Reserve, Remodelista

Spa at Fjällnäs Reserve, Remodelista

Stacked Towels in the Sauna at Fjällnäs Reserve, Sweden

Fjällnäs Reserve Hotel in Sweden, Remodelista

You've seen where the Swedish royalty stay, now see what mattress they sleep on in our post: 10 Easy Pieces: Editors' Favorite Mattresses.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on December 27, 2011.



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