It should be pointed out at once - you don't go to Bjorkliden to enjoy the hotel, you go there because of its extraordinary beautiful location and the surrounding wilderness. Whether you come for skiing or hiking, you will enjoy the magic of this landscape. Seasons here are very short: 2-3 months skiing in winter, 2 months hiking in summer, and the weather can be tough. Considering the harsh conditions I think the hotel does a really great job. I have only stayed in the cabins who have been recently refurbished. They are not very big, but quite convenient and very adequately equipped, including sufficient space for skiing equipment, drying facilities and private sauna. The kitchenette allows you to do some cooking and includes a dish washer. There is a small shop in the village where you find the basics you need. The a la carte restaurant in the hotel (fantastic view!) keeps a fairly high standard, and they also serve cheap meals for kids.
During winter season, this is a really good place for families. For more dedicated downhill skiers, the neighbouring Riksgransen is preferred, and there is also more partying. But nothing compares to the beauty of the view from Bjorkliden over Torne Trask and Lapporten!