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A Mountain Hotel Fit for Royalty

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A Mountain Hotel Fit for Royalty

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.

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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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