WHERE TO STAY IN ROMME
Provided you have a hire car there is a good of options within a 20-minute radius on booking.com and AirBnB. Here, you can find a range of properties ranging from local hotels to holiday cottages. Generally, if you are looking to save money holiday cottages are the way to go and are often secluded deep in the surrounding forests, which can provide a great escape from modern life.
Onsite accommodation is exceptionally well equipped, but this is reflected in the price. Double and family rooms are available with or without saunas. For those with more cash to splash, there are also luxury suites which include saunas and buffet breakfast. All accommodation is located at the bottom of the ski resort so you couldn’t be any closer to the action.
Booking can be made through the slopes owners here Romme Alpin.
Typically you can expect to pay more for Romme Alpin than other Swedish resorts due to the quality of its accommodation and close distance to Stockholm. Expect to pay upwards of £150 per night for two people, which, considering how perfect the resort is for a weekend break, is actually pretty good!
TIPS AND TRICKS
There are a few things to keep in mind when looking for a Ski holiday in Sweden:
- Find out when sports break is. Sweden’s half time, referred to as sports break, usually falls in the centre of February. Costs spike in and around this week so look to avoid it. Late January or early March are typically much cheaper.
- Changeover days in Sweden are different. In the UK typically you holiday from Saturday to Saturday, or Friday to Monday for a long weekend. In Sweden, a weeks holiday is usually taken between Sunday to Sunday and a long weekend is from Thursday to Sunday.
- Late booking and package deals can help to keep the price down. For example, booking a weekend break only a few days in advance can save as much as 50%!