Spacious and fresh rooms.
Perfect for conferences and meetings.
Gym, sauna and wonderful outdoor environment.
Generous breakfast and guest kitchen.
Free internet access for all guests.
Pet rooms available, please notify when booking.
Welcome to our hotel. Enjoy your stay.
We are a family-run hotel, centrally located in a quiet setting close to nature in the village of Vindeln.
The surrounding landscape, with the majestic Vindel River, is spectacularly beautiful. In our opinion, you can’t get enough of it – and we hope that you will feel the same after staying with us.
Our hospitality is second to none and our staff will ensure that you really feel at home.
We will do our best to provide a rewarding stay, no matter whether you are attending a conference or are just here to relax with family and friends.
Experience the beauty of Vindeln with us at Hotell VindelnGallerian.
We are so proud of the hotel's location, close to numerous sights, activities and experiences, with something for everyone. The nature scene around us is both unique and incredibly beautiful. With its clean air and clean water, we dare say that this is one of Sweden's most beautiful settings, celebrated by Evert Taube, one of Sweden’s finest poets and musicians, in the song Änglamark (Where Angels Tread). The Vindel River, one of Sweden’s four nationally protected rivers, is truly fascinating, offering a multitude of memorable experiences all year round. Some real gems can be found in the videos presented below.
Due to Corona (Covid-19), we work according to current regulations and guidelines. We have strengthened our routines, taken extra precautions and followed the Swedish Public Health Agency's recommendations.
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The village of Vindeln, formerly known as Degerfors, dates back to the 16th century and is mentioned in King Gustav Vasa's land register, its inhabitants then comprising just a few farmers.
In 1969, the Municipality of Degerfors became the Municipality of Vindeln, to distinguish it from another Degerfors in the province of Värmland.
In 1962, proposals were put forward to build hydro-electric power plants on the Vindel River. Residents along the entire course of the river saw that their local environments were under threat and there was a heated dispute over the development proposals. There was a political struggle and, led by an action group, the residents finally managed to stop the expansion. In 1970, the government, under Prime Minister Olof Palme, decided to award the Vindel River special status to protect it from future development. In 1993, the Swedish Parliament unanimously agreed to give the river the strongest form of protection by designating it, and three more northern rivers, National Rivers. In our opinion, the previous disputes waged along the Vindel River greatly influenced this decision.
An important tradition in Vindeln is the annual commemoration of National River Day in August.
Come along and celebrate with us!