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A design hotel by international standards.

Copperhill Mountain Lodge is situated on top of Förberget (730 m.a.s.l.) in Åre and is open all year round (not daily though). You have a view over the mountain world for miles, and our wintertime guests can enjoy Ski in/Ski out to the whole ski area, and Åre Björnen´s scenic cross-country ski trails are always in the vicinity.

Welcome

Opening hours & Contact

The hotel

SUMMER
25th of June-11th of August: All around the clock

AUTUMN

15-18 August
22-25 August
28 August-1 September
5-8 September
12-15 September
19-22 September
26-29 September
3-13 October (Norwegian holiday)
17-20 October
21 October- 3 November (Swedish holiday)
7-10 November
14-17 November
21-24 November
28 November-1 December
5-8 December
12-15 December
19 Dec Opens for the season

Thursday-Sunday, more dates may be opening up, we’ll update here continuously.
Week 41 and week 44, we’re open every day

The restaurant

Breakfast: 7-10 AM
Lunch: 11.30-3 PM (Sunday restaurant closes at 2 PM)
Dinner: 6-10PM

Level Spa & Health Club

Daily 6am to 8pm
Hours for children under the age of 12 accompanied by an adult: 8am to 11am and 3pm to 5pm.

Contact

Phone: +46 (0)647-143 00
Email info@copperhill.se

Adress

Copperhill Mountain Lodge
Åre Björnen
837 97 Åre

By air, train, bus or car

Travel here

Within two hours by car, Åre has two airports. Together with the popular night trains, buses or a car, Åre is a readily accessible place midway between Östersund and Trondheim.

Biggest wooden construction in the Nordic

Facts about the hotel

Copperhill opened in 2008. Back then it was the biggest building constructed mainly of wood with an area of 19,000 square metres. The hotel is situated 730 m.a.s.l. right at the tree line, on Förberget. 112 rooms, mostly suites, with a total of 420 beds, 6 conference rooms for up to 500 people, a wonderful spa, restaurants, bars, ski rental and gym.

A design hotel is built

History

“What tickled us from the beginning was the challenge to create an environment on this wonderful mountain peak where people could enjoy. To create a fantastic building in interaction with this scenic place”
– Peter Bohlin, Architect