History of Fjällnäs

The cradle of Swedish mountain tourism


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History of Fjällnäs

At Fjällnäs, we live with the magnificent nature right outside our doorstep. Life here is about adapting to the constant and dramatic changes of nature, just as the indigenous Sami people have done since ancient times.

Here, the air is pure, and you can quench your thirst at any time with water from the clear mountain lake nearby. It is a land that scarcely exists anymore, a remnant from the past. Just as it once was. A land where everything takes place in an eternal cycle, where every action has its effect. A land where sustainable solutions are the very core of living, solutions designed to last forever.

Fjällnäs was a pioneer as early as 1882, when founders Jonas and Hilda Åslund started a business that would much later become a billion-dollar industry – Swedish mountain tourism. Here, international celebrities and Swedish royalty met while the last century was still young. A sanctuary to experience the grand beauty of the mountain world as unfiltered as possible. Always striving to live in total symbiosis with the fragile nature, with as little impact as possible. This tradition is something we are proud of and it forms the basis of our daily work to this day.

Fjällnäs offers a total of 41 rooms and 97 beds distributed across 6 buildings, all adjacent to Fjällnäs’ main building, Näset. In the Premium category, we offer 29 Double Rooms – 1 Suite, and 1 Single Room. In addition, we also offer 6 Double Rooms and 4 Family Rooms.

In Restaurant Näset, local delicacies are served where the clear flavors of carefully handled ingredients are central. All our food is made from scratch. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and everything in between.

Our Mii Gullo Spa draws inspiration for its beneficial and healing treatments from the rich culture and history of the area, and in Aula Capella, Fjällnäs’ own chapel, you encounter experimental architecture and world-class art.

Fjällnäs is owned by the Bertmar family and managed by CEO Henrik Bertmar. The resort attracts both those seeking an exclusive sanctuary for seclusion and contemplation, as well as those seeking an unfiltered nature experience and adventure – all year round.

Welcome to our land, our mountain, and experience how your senses open up in this magnificent and unique nature.