Hike with us this summer
Hiking & white sheets
From 1095:- per person
Includes breakfast, a cablecar ticket, packed lunch
and a restaurant voucher valued 200kr
(can be used at Broken, Vinbaren or Timmerstugan)
Call or email us to book
Summer deal 30/6 – 15/9
925:- per person per night including breakfast and green fee
STAY 3 NIGHTS
FOR THE PRICE OF 2
THE WHOLE SUMMER
Everything on one bill. If you’re a guest at Hotel Åregården you can eat and drink at all of our restaurants and charge it to your room.
If you’ve ever been to the summer resort of Visby, you may well know of Strykjärnet Crêperie & Logi – and the same group of people have brought their concept to Åre. Åre Crêperie serves hearty galettes made from buckwheat, as well as delicious crêpes with all sorts of fillings, in a cosy setting overlooking Årevägen. And don’t worry, you can easily work off any extra calories during evening skiing. Book your table by calling +46 (0)727 336733.
Country Club is back! By far Åre’s most legendary and renowned nightclub, it’s been given a hard-earned face lift and, 39 years after it first opened, it is still in fine form. Drop by as the early hours approach, order a drink and create some party history. Table reservations: email@example.com. We are now closed for the season.
“Home of the Mega Burger” is what the menu states at this classic restaurant, Broken, right on Åre Torg. But you probably know this already, as there are almost no guests in Åre who haven’t visited Broken at some point. The ceiling might be low, but spirits are high and the menu is perfect for anyone with a good appetite. It offers margaritas, burgers, ribs, ice-cold beer and a relaxed atmosphere, to say the least. No table reservations.
Here, the cuisine is classically Italian: creamy pasta dishes, fresh fish, meat, chicken and, of course, carpaccio, osso buco and tiramisu. The food is perfectly matched by an excellent wine list and truly classic surroundings. The sense of an alpine resort and the building’s century-old history is, quite literally, in the walls. Capo’s bar serves outrageously good coffee and an impressive range of grappa. Capo is now closed for the season.
Hotel Åregården’s lobby bar has always been a great meeting place for Åre’s residents. This is where you can have a cool beer after a long day of skiing, meet for drinks before dinner, or for drinks after dinner – or perhaps both. A good cocktail menu, a serious wine list and a wide range of coffee – as befits a decent hotel bar. And, when you least expect it, a DJ or live performer will appear to take the atmosphere from pleasant to perfect.
During low season the bar will serve tea and coffee, simple drinks, beer and fine wine.
Think of Arne’s as the sibling of Vinbaren. The menu is also suggesting you try several dishes combined with great beer and wine in little livelier environment. We are now closed for the season.
With its intimate, busy atmosphere, inspiring menu and global culinary influences, Vinbaren has quickly become a well-loved and popular hangout. The menu, which changes continually, is based on a smaller of small dishes; the idea is that you can try things out, sharing the taste experiences with your companions.
You could say that Timmerstugan is an extraordinary slope restaurant. It is conveniently located close to VM6’s valley station, within walking distance of the square. This is a place where sports freaks can meet those who prefer to stroll around the village for a pleasant á la carte lunch, right on the slopes. Watch out for Sunday afternoons, when Timmerstugan is suddenly transformed to the wonderfully boisterous Après Midi après ski club.
COMFORTABLE in STYLE
Trés bien pour deux
PERFECT for the FAMILY
SPACIOUS for FOUR
ART and DESIGN
Hotel Åregården’s lounges display original paintings from 1918 by the artist Paul Jonze, and décor from Carl Malmsten’s boutique on Strandvägen.