Romme Alpin reviews (Page 2)

Ski resorts in Sweden
What do you think about Romme Alpin?
Emil & Evelina
Emil & Evelina (Guest)
05/01/2020
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Cannon arranged with easy and good parking instructions by parking guards despite plenty of people. Took 2min to get Skipass. Took 2min to ski. We are really impressed with the family adjustment.
Here it will be more times, definitely!

Bengt
Bengt (Guest)
02/01/2020
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Great everyday skiing. Come early, around 8.30, have a snack and eat at odd times, so you avoid unnecessary queuing!

Geoff
Geoff (Guest)
14/10/2019
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Great facility for the whole family.

Dagmar och Barbro Lindgren
Dagmar och Barbro Lindgren (Guest)
02/03/2019
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Sicken bluff! It was expensive too. Here I paid for queues and sorbet snow when I had been able to sit in good rest and look at murder and no visors. And then we haven't even counted the visitors! Instead of rushing forward on the slopes, you can stand in the lift and see the toddlers who open themselves up. And not to mention the snowboarders! Such liars should be banned.
The best thing about the visit should still be the bus trip, as I was lucky enough to go with a really handsome driver.

AmberSea
16/02/2019
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Romme Alpin is a nice ski resort with slopes for the small and large. The proximity to Stockholm, only 2.5 hours drive, is both a plus and a minus. There can be quite a lot of people on the weekends with queues to lift, at the same time that it can be a good day or weekend trip.
You can stay overnight in Skilodge with spacious rooms, there is a good restaurant and playroom for children. You can also choose to stay overnight in Borlänge, which is only 20 minutes away.

Tobbe999
14/02/2019
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Everything good, always a lot of people. Almost always gets run up really fast, but big plus because you year after year are investing in developing, new lifts, new slopes and new houses. Would be nice with cheaper accommodation near the hill.

Sofia eriksson
Sofia eriksson (Guest)
13/02/2019
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Always equally fun, always a new experience for big and small, a place for everyone, good choices on food, always nice slopes and clean and tidy.

Jonas
Jonas (Guest)
24/01/2019
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Best place for a day trip from Stockholm.

Richard
Richard (Guest)
11/01/2019
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Really good! They have taken care of nature, which makes the experience clearly better than some other systems. When they know they have a lot of people, some optimization of the food could be done by daring to cook a little more on the chance to get more spin but, as I said, really good! Fall height is difficult to influence and it is good enough for it to feel far to Sälen for those who live on a level with Sthlm / Mälardalen

TedGunnarsson
07/01/2019
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Nice instructors who were very knowledgeable and good at teaching.
Nice slopes and good flow in the lifts.

Comparison:
This is one of my first experiences with skiing so cannot compare with the Alps but liked it very much here, worked well as a beginner and not all that far from Stockholm (2h by car).
If you are used to going in the Alps I guess it's not as fun.

Food:
Thought it was good food on the peaks but one had to eat unusual times so as not to waste a lot of time in standing in line when everyone would have lunch etc.

Skiing Quality:
Would have liked to have had evening skiing here too, was only open between 9-15 which feels a little short preferably if 1.5h goes to eat during the day as well.
The slopes were nice and there were different levels and lengths, the longest slope is 2km (though it hardly goes as far as you almost stop.

Après-ski:
This is not a part you go to to have apres ski and party afterwards, everything closed again when the lifts were closed so it was just to jump into the car and stand in line on the way out.
Would well see Romme as perfect for a family with children or couples who want to go and live pretty close.


But please go back as it is pretty close to where I live and will be a good price.