A design hotel by international standards.
Copperhill Mountain Lodge is located at the top of The Mountain (730 m.a.s.h.) in Åre and is open all year round (but not all days). The hotel has miles of views of the mountain world and our winter guests have ski in/ski out to the entire Åre ski system (e.g.m. 18/4) and Åre Björnens scenic cross-country skiing is close by.
Opening hours and contact information
29 April-2 May
During the spring weekends we open at 08:00 on the opening day and close at 15:00 on Sundays.
1 July - 15 Aug: Open daily
Phone: +46 647 143 00
Opened on the same days as the hotel.
Breakfast: 07.00-10.00 (not on opening days when we're only opened weekends)
Coffee: 10.30-17.00 (until.m 15:00 on Sundays)
Lunch 11.30-15.00 (until.m 14:00 on Sundays)
à la Carte: 17.30-20.00
All Timers: 3pm-8pm in Fireside.
Under the new restrictions, no alcohol is served after 20:00. Alcohol is served to the rooms until 22:00
LEVEL SPA & HEALTH CLUB
Bathing time for children accompanied by a guardian: 08.00-18.00. All other times, the age limit is 14 years.
From 17th of August, children are welcome from 8:15 to 16:00
Due to the current situation, we only allow 40p. at a time at the spa. Call or email us and book your spot!
SKI IN SKI OUT
Until April 18th
(after April 18, the lifts in Björnen are closed)
Phone: +46 (0)647 143 00
Email: info @ copperhill .se
Phone +46 (0)647 143 00
Email: meetings @ copperhill .se
Copperhill Mountain Lodge
837 97 Åre
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.
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.
"What tickled us from the beginning was the challenge of creating an environment on this wonderful mountain top that lots of people could enjoy.
– Peter Bohlin, Architect
Sustainability & Social Responsibility
We are constantly working to minimize our environmental impact while we want to take responsibility that also extends far beyond the hotel entrance.