Mora Hotell & Spa
Mora Hotell & Spa, a family owned 4-star hotel which has since 1830 welcomed travellers to Mora with a unbeatable location in the middle of Town and a view ower lake Siljan. We have 135 smoke free rooms, al fresco dining weather permitting, a bar and a spa.
We offer rooms ranging from large suites to smaller standard rooms with wifi and breakfast buffet included in the room rate. Dogs are welcome to stay in designated dog rooms and our front of house is manned 24/7.
Free outside parking with 50 parking places and garaged parking (booked separately).
Visit our website www.morahotell.se for photos and more information
Our restaurant is a particular point of pride - we offer a calm and relaxing environment for a first class culinary experience with locally sourced and seasonal produce, prepared and cooked by a dedicated and knowledgeable team.
Do visit our spa, offering sauna, steam room, pool, jacuzzi, and a large selection of treatments. All guests enjoy free access to the relax area when the spa is closed.
Within a 100 metre radius there is shopping, the Zorn Museum and Zorn Manor, and the goal for Vasaloppet, the oldest, longest and biggest cross country ski race in the world. A short drive away you will find Santaworld, the zoo Orsa Rovdjurspark, Mount Gesunda and Gronklitt for skiing, concert venues including Vattnäs Konsertlada and Dalhalla, and in Nusnäs you can see how the iconic Dalecarlian horses are made by hand.
Faciliteter och service
- Physically disabled facilities
- Pets allowed
- Conference rooms
- Pets prohibited
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