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Copperhill Mountain Lodge

Åre,  Sweden

Copperhill Mountain Lodge is an alpine design hotel in Åre offering accommodation, conferences and activities. Enjoy an excellent spa, mountain food and a relaxed mountain-lodge lifestyle. Åre's ski slopes, hiking trails and unique views are close by.

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Copperhill Mountain Lodge

83% Travellers recommended this hotel

Based on 321 traveller reviews
4.5
Cleanliness
4.5
Sleep Quality
4
Value
4
Service
4.5
Location
4.5
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Beautiful hotel, great service, far from main village

Friday, January 29, 2016, Seattle, Washington, Jason K

Great hotel with amazing facilities. Every booking also includes a free, giant breakfast. Staff proactive and very professional throughout our stay. Only drawback was location. While it was ski-in…

Great hotel with amazing facilities. Every booking also includes a free, giant breakfast. Staff proactive and very professional throughout our stay. Only drawback was location. While it was ski-in/ski-out, lift schedules make it hard to get back in the afternoons. The hotel does operate a shuttle that connects to a bus (free with ski pass) to the main base during lift hours. Outside of that time, a 20 minute taxi (300SEK) is required.
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5

Winter skiing

Wednesday, January 27, 2016, , Vanessa J

All wonderful! Especially the spa & swimming pools. Beautiful scenery, very good food & helpful staff! Lots of snow, Skiing & snowmobiling. Perfect hotel! All staff speak very good English & could not…

All wonderful! Especially the spa & swimming pools. Beautiful scenery, very good food & helpful staff! Lots of snow, Skiing & snowmobiling. Perfect hotel! All staff speak very good English & could not do enough help us. We will definitely be visiting again.
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Fantastically situated, stunning views and an architectural feat

Tuesday, January 26, 2016, Stockholm, Sweden, stephanie_stockholm

I was at Cooperhill for a business trip (conference). Had a double room on the ground floor facing the mountains. The room was quite small and I can imagine if you've got a lot of winter gear it could…

I was at Cooperhill for a business trip (conference). Had a double room on the ground floor facing the mountains. The room was quite small and I can imagine if you've got a lot of winter gear it could get quite cramped. The bed was very comfy but I was a bit disappointed about the duvet as it felt quite thin. The bathroom was quite small, good shower and complementary soaps/schampos/body lotions. You get a lovely bathrobe and slippers. Everything was clean and fresh. The breakfast is very good and the staff are very friendly and eager to please. The lounge has plenty of seating areas and there's a very big fireplace. The lounge areas are dotted with pieces of art and the architecture is absolutely stunning. The hotel is featured in the film 'Tourist'. They actually live at the hotel. I would consider to go back but would look into the possibility of a larger room.
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A few days in heaven...

Saturday, January 23, 2016, , anni d

if you enjoy snow, skiing, and spa. The spa opens at 6, and it's a great way to start your day in the mountains. If you go early in the morning, it's very quiet and you may have the spa to yourself.…

if you enjoy snow, skiing, and spa. The spa opens at 6, and it's a great way to start your day in the mountains. If you go early in the morning, it's very quiet and you may have the spa to yourself. The breakfast is delicious and offers many options, both Scandinavian and traditional style. Many menu items are organic. Definitely try the smoked deer and the local cloudberries. The property is beautiful, situated high on a mountain. The views are breathtaking, and on a clear night you can see the northern lights. The architecture and design are harmonious, cozy, and relaxing. It is at once a warm mountain retreat and an elegant modern space. The staff is amazing: both helpful and friendly. They really go the extra mile. Everything we tried at the restaurant was wonderful. The grilled salmon was excellent and even the hamburger was great: juicy, grilled to a perfect pink medium, accompanied by a nice onion sauce. The hotel offers a shuttle to the nearest lifts at Björnen, and from there you can catch a bus to the other ski areas. The only thing this hotel is missing is a bus to the night skiing: the lifts close at 3:00 and shuttle runs until 3:30, but does not resume for night skiing. Highly recommended. Can't wait for our next stay!
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Maybe the best spa in Sweden . .

Friday, January 22, 2016, , Kruger C

My family and I visited Copperhill Mountain Lodge in December 2015 / January 2016 as we wanted somewhere where we could all be together and definitely have some snow for skiing. Access to Are from Lo…

My family and I visited Copperhill Mountain Lodge in December 2015 / January 2016 as we wanted somewhere where we could all be together and definitely have some snow for skiing. Access to Are from London isn't very easy and involves either flying in to Stockholm and taking a long train trip or going in through Trondheim in Norway and having a couple of hours road transfer. We did the latter. We took a fairly late flight out of London and expected to be at the hotel by about 10pm but the flight was delayed and we ended up arriving after midnight. Our late arrival didn't phase the hotel staff who were all really efficient and helpful in quickly getting us settled in our rooms. My wife an I shared a junior suite and our lads shared a twin room. There was quite a lot of snow on the ground but not as much as normally is at this time of year. There had been a couple of half decent falls but quite a while before we arrived so most of the runs had large patches of ice in them. Copperhill is very well situated for skiing and has a very well stocked ski shop which hires and sells almost anything you could ever need. The skiing starts from the time you walk out of the hotel. There is a good, although slightly challenging when so icy, route down into the village of Are from where you can take a number of lifts to a great variety of runs throughout the mountains. The lifts and runs are well thought out and it is possible to ski almost the entire mountain without doing the same route twice and end up back at Copperhill with out even taking your skis off. There are effectively two restaurants at the hotel but only one was open while we were there. The other opens in peak skiing season. The main one has two locations being either the main dining area next to the kitchen or a smaller one next to the bar. We ate breakfasts, lunches and dinners on different days during our stay. Breakfasts can get very busy but reservations are not taken for breakfast. There is a really goof buffet with a major selection of hot and cold foods, cereals, cheeses etc. Lunches are good and offer a decent selection of meals from burgers to salads etc. It is important to book for dinner and even with a booking there can be quite a queue to get seated. Each night we were there we were offered a cultural specialty in addition to the a la carte dining. Our suite was sizeable with an incredible view out over the snowy mountains. It was clean, efficient and all well thought through and in good order. My only slight gripe is that the wardrobe is very dark to see into when trying to find clothes. The majority of the staff are young but very helpful and resourceful. The hotel has an amazing spa and a variety of pools and hot tubs. I had a massage in the spa and it was by far the best I have ever had in Sweden and probably one of the best I have had anywhere in the world. If you go to Copperhill do yourself a favour and have a massage.
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