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Copperhill Mountain Lodge Sweden Meetings and Incentives

Copperhill Mountain Lodge Sweden Meetings and Incentives

Copperhill Mountain Lodge Sweden Meetings and Incentives

Copperhill Mountain Lodge Sweden Meetings and Incentives

Copperhill Mountain Lodge Sweden Meetings and Incentives

Copperhill Mountain Lodge Sweden Meetings and Incentives

Details:
Address:
Åre Björnen, 83013 Åre, Sweden, 83013
Map Location
Nearest transport link:
Phone:
T. 0207 294 7548
Type of events
TypeCapacity
Reception600
Seated dinner220
Outside space100
Conference600

Copperhill Mountain Lodge Sweden Meetings and Incentives.

Copperhill Mountain Lodge is an alpine design hotel in Åre, Sweden. The site is stunning, perched on the tree line, high on the mountain and commanding magnificent views. The hotel has 112 suites and hotel rooms, conference capacity for 500 people, restaurants, bars and an award-winning Sámi-inspired spa. The hotel has ski-in/ski-out access to Åre’s large piste system and a hiking trail right outside the hotel door. Copperhill Mountain Lodge has a modern lodge style setting, created by world-reknown architect Peter Bohlin. The hotel was opened by two Dutch investors in December 2008, and since September 2009 the hotel is run by Nordic Choice Hotels which is owned and run by Norwegian Petter A Stordalen. Copperhill Mountain Lodge is also a member of Design Hotels™. HOW COPPERHILL GOT ITS NAME

Åreskutan rests in a trough of copper ore. The first copper finds were made in the middle of the 18th century; mining soon began and was to continue over three centuries. In the Fröå area, on Åreskutan’s eastern slopes, a mining village with almost 200 inhabitants grew and flourished. Gustafsgruvan was the first mine, followed by Drottninggruvan and Carlsgruvan. The last mining period was 1909–1919 and was run by a newly-formed mining company in collaboration with American backers, the Duluth-Huså Copper Mines Company. One can still hear the whispers of history, and places of cultural and historical interest bear witness to an era of gleaming copper, riches and hard work. Förberget was a part of the Fröå area that was rich in copper finds. Contemporary visitors are overwhelmed by the scenery and the spectacular views – wealth is no longer found in copper, but in the chance of an exclusive way of life.

FROM HEALTH RESORT TO WINTER SPORT The mountain air has attracted visitors to Åre since the end of the 19th century. At that time the village was primarily a health resort that also attracted hunting and fishing guests. Eventually, hotels were built and the first lift was opened in 1910. The downhill race, “Årebragden”, was held for the first time in 1921, but it was another ten years until alpine skiing was regarded as a leisure activity, after some enthusiasts visited the Alps and imported the concept to Sweden. Today, Åre is famous as a world-class ski resort with an extensive slope system and a wide range of entertainment. However, it has also preserved its authentic charm which, along with its mountain location, gives the village an atmosphere that few other places possess. The beautiful mountains, a rich cultural history and a great variety of activities and events, winter and summer, make Åre a living village – all year round.

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FROM HEALTH RESORT TO WINTER SPORT

The mountain air has attracted visitors to Åre since the end of the 19th century. At that time the village was primarily a health resort that also attracted hunting and fishing guests. Eventually, hotels were built and the first lift was opened in 1910. The downhill race, “Årebragden”, was held for the first time in 1921, but it was another ten years until alpine skiing was regarded as a leisure activity, after some enthusiasts visited the Alps and imported the concept to Sweden. Today, Åre is famous as a world-class ski resort with an extensive slope system and a wide range of entertainment. However, it has also preserved its authentic charm which, along with its mountain location, gives the village an atmosphere that few other places possess. The beautiful mountains, a rich cultural history and a great variety of activities and events, winter and summer, make Åre a living village – all year round. We offer 7 flexible spaces dedicated to meetings and events of all types and sizes. In addition, we offer generous lounge areas on four levels, a spectacular lobby measuring 29 meters from floor to ceiling, three restaurant environments and a large bar. For more intimate meetings or board meetings, we highly recommend

THE VILLA, our private villa for up to 16 guests. – On level 1 is C1, C2 and C3. These spaces offer high ceilings and great flexibility. When joined as one they become our largest meeting room with space for 400 people. We can also open this space towards our banquet venue Coppermine CO, creating even more space and possibilities. – On level 2, adjacent to the restaurant, bar and lounge are three parallell meeting rooms, each with a capacity to hold 40–50 people. C4, C5 and C6 have sweeping views of Mount Åreskutan. Two of them joined together become a larger space for up to 90 people. – Around the hotel is a great range of natural meeting spots that can be used as creative work stations and comfortable social areas. Each floor level (3,4 and 5) features an open lounge with views of the mountains. The library and the lounge in the lobby (level 2) have many spots to sit. In the summer and on warm winter days, the helicopter landing pad becomes a large sun deck with a fantastic view. – Coppermine CO is our banquet venue, located on level 1. Perfect for private and corporate events, parties, dinners or entertainment. –

THE VILLA is a mountain cabin deluxe, with a meeting room and accommodation for up to 16 guests.

THE VILLA is the perfect choice for groups valuing discretion and exclusivity. Meetings and events – for those who aim higher Meetings, conferences and events for 10 to 600. Copperhill Mountain Lodge is a unique place for meetings, conferences, seminars and kick-off events. Everything – smooth logistics, a creative beautiful environment and an exclusive touch – is gathered under one roof. We take care of you with a soothing spa, delicious cuisine and a meticulous feeling for inspirational and unforgettable corporate events. Quick facts – Full scale conference and event venue, open all year – Capacity to host 600 people in 7 flexible spaces – 420 beds in double rooms or 200 in single rooms – Banquet venue for 220 seated guests – Unique event areas for expos, launches or shows – Ski slopes/hiking trails right outside the door – Great range of activities all year (snow mobile, kayaking, zipline, etc.) Group activities HELISKIING Three-summit lift on Snasahögarna. February to April.

SKIING WITH A GUIDE Slope tour and off-piste guiding, full and half day. February to April.

SNOWMOBILE SAFARI Can be combined with a break at Carin’s Stuga. December to April. Driving licence required.

ZIPLINE A line system where you whiz along in a harness, suspended high above the ground. Open all year.

ICE DRIVING Driver instruction, ice circuits, tarmac circuits, off-road etc. January to April.

DOG SLEDDING Stop off at Carin’s Stuga or combine it with a snowmobile trip. December to April.

FRÖÅ GRUVA Excursion to the old mine. All year.

TÄNNFORSEN Excursion to Sweden’s biggest waterfall and the Tännforsen igloos. Can be combined with snowmobiling or dog sledding.

SNOWSHOE EXCURSION A great outdoor experience for everyone. November to April.

TEAM ACTIVITIES Intriguing, thrilling challenges in the hills and on the lake. Snowmobiling, skiing, shooting and fishing competitions, cookery, photography, problem solving and much, much more. Contact us for suggestions.

PARAGLIDING All year.

HORSE RIDING Ride Haflinger or Icelandic horses through magical mountain surroundings. All year.