As you can see, this place looks like a typical 1960s hotel complex and yes, those are very dull. But having said that, the rooms were quite spacious for being Sweden, although the bathroom (with a shower) could have been bigger. Beds were very comfy and the rooms included TV and should include a mini-bar but we had asked for one of those special Christmas deals and saved hundreds of crowns by then settling the bill in advance too so the fridge was empty. You can however get romantic weekend deals with the fridge contents for free for a not too large sum of money and a special winter deal include a ski lift pass to the slopes at nearby Bjursås. Reception was efficient enough but could maybe have been a bit more relaxed. I also lacked tourist brochures of Falun there, bearing in mind that the smallest hotel have those these days and we visited in winter when the tourist information was closed. Sure, we knew we were there for the mine but it would have been nice to know what else to see. Luckily, the maps showed several sights. The breakfast is in an older annex which looks more like the "grand" hotel the name suggests and I was surprised to find that you could even make your own Swedish waffles with a provided hot "iron" and batter.
Unique Quality: The hotel has its own spa section which welcomes all guests for free to the pool and as it is run separately, you can buy extra treatments and massage too.
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