Luxury Ski Lodges Sweden
With endless powder, the luxurious resorts of Sweden provide the perfect setting for a luxury ski holiday.
Luxury Ski Holidays in Sweden
With rolling hills and roaring rivers, Sweden is the very essence of untouched wilderness. If there’s one thing to tick off your bucket list, it’s a visit to Swedish Lapland.
From the spectacular Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) to the stunning scenery and fascinating Sami culture, Swedish Lapland is the ultimate playground for young and old. One of the most popular regions to visit in Swedish Lapland is Kiruna. Home to the Abisko National Park, Sweden’s highest mountain Kebnekaise and the ski resorts of Björkliden and Riksgränsen, Kiruna is the perfect destination for an active holiday.
Spanning from Skellefteå in the south to Kiruna in the north, the landscape is diverse, with rivers, lakes, forests and mountains. What’s more, the region has eight seasons, with skiing taking place from late autumn to mid-summer.
However, it’s not all about skiing and touring. Swedish Lapland offers a plethora of activities from reindeer herding and scenic snowshoe hikes to dog sledding, chasing the Northern Lights and spending the night in the original ICEHOTEL.
Luxury Lodges in Sweden
There are some outstanding places to stay in Swedish Lapland, from the famous ICEHOTEL and TreeHotel to several incredible luxury lodges. Notable luxury lodge rentals in Sweden that are available to rent include both Loggers Lodge and Fjellborg Arctic Lodge which offer an opportunity to connect with nature and enjoy numerous Arctic activities whilst being in the lap of luxury.
Situated high up on the Förberget near the Åre ski area with breathtaking views, the contemporary ski-in/ski-out property of Villa at Copperhill Mountain Lodge also provides the perfect base for skiers looking to spend as much time as possible on the slopes and is just a short drive from the heart of Åre village.
Location & Map
Located west of the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Bothnia, Sweden forms the eastern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula with the Scandinavian mountain chain of Skanderna to the west, a range which separates Sweden from Norway. With four international airports, the main airport used by most airline carriers is Stockholm Arlanda just 40km north of the city. Other airports include Bromma, Goteborg Landvetter, Luleå, Skavsta and Västerås.
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