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Luxury Ski Resorts

01 January 0001

Premium luxury 4&5* ski hotels with Ski Weekends

We now offer 30 premium hotels and many luxurious ski hotels to choose from. Discover the full details on the links below or click here for availability and prices.

If you have any questions or would like help finding your perfect luxury ski holiday in the Alps please call us on Tel: 023 8020 6971.


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  • The 3 Valleys

  • Brides les Bains (Méribel)
    Lower down the valley from Méribel, although not known for it’s luxury ski holidays, Brides les Bains does offer a choice of very nice hotels without the premium price tag of some other resorts. The town itself is an old spa town know for it’s healing properties of the water and with the 4* Grand Hotel des Thermes offering many traditional treatments in their own Spa facilities, there’s certainly the opportunity to relax. The also benefits from a casino but other than that does not offer many luxury facilities outside the choice of hotels. Although not strictly a premium hotel the 3* Hotel Altis Val Vert has been recently renovated and now offers lovely accommodation in a boutique hotel style. Luxury hotels in Brides include:
    4* Hotel le Golf  4* Grand Hotel des Thermes Spa Hotel
  • Courchevel 1850
    Known for it's famous visitors as much as the skiing, Courchevel (1850 in particular) is well known for it's luxury ski chalets and hotels. There are now as many as six two Michelin star restaurants in the resort for those after real gourmet dining as well as designer shops selling all the luxury skis and fur hats you could want! Courchevel is a great base for skiing the Three Valleys and offers a great variety of pistes for all skiing abilities. If you're flying in by private jet or helicopter Courchevel has it's own airport famously used in James Bond Tomorrow Never Dies.
    5* Alpes Hotel Pralong  4* Hotel des Neiges 4* Hotel des Trois Vallees  P&V Residence Chalet des Forum
  • Les Menuires/Reberty
    A purpose-built resort high up, Les Menuires is a fairly safe bet where snow reliability is concerned giving easy access to the even higher up Val Thorens. The prettier area of Reberty and Les Bruyeres now offer good accommodation in more of the traditional chalet style, much of which offers almost instant access to the slopes. The town of Les Menuires is not only a great link to the rest of the Three Valleys but offer some reliably good value luxury ski hotels with good restaurants and facilities.
    4* Chalet du Mont Vallon Spa Resort  4* Hotel les Bruyeres 4* Kaya Chalet Hotel  P&V Residences Les Alpages de Reberty
  • Méribel/Méribel Mottaret
    Well known amongst the British skiing population Méribel attracts skiiers of all budgets, but due to the great location, skiing and night life there is a price to pay for staying here. Much of the resort is filled with traditional chocolate box ski chalets but if you're looking for something more luxurious, whether staying in Méribel itself or Mottaret, there are plenty of luxury ski options with luxury facilities and great access to the slopes. Méribel also has the famous Folie Douce for aprés-ski with La Fruitière restaurant for some higher end dining on the slopes.
    4* Altiport Hotel  4* L'Helios Hotel & Spa 4* Hotel Alpen Ruitor
  • Val Thorens
    The height and many north facing slopes of Val Thorens makes it snow sure and a good destination for thoes worried about snow cover. Luxury options for ski holidays here are a little more limited, there is more choice of self-catering or chalet apartments. The luxury ski hotels offer good restaurants for lunch or dinner and there is also the Jean Sulpice restaurant which has two Michelin stars. 5* Hotel Koh-I Nor  4* Hotel Fitz Roy
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  • Les Gets
    A charming ski resort with a French feel Les Gets isn’t often associated with luxury but some options are available. The resort offers gentler skiing and is therefore good for families or those enjoying the cruiser tree-lined runs but with great access to Morzine and Avoriaz there's plenty for those who want to ski more miles. If you can’t find the luxury ski deal you’re looking for in Les Gets, Morzine ‘next door’ may offer more choice.
    4* Chamois d'Or Hotel & Spa
  • Morzine
    Morzine is a very varied resort from a skiing perpective as well as the accommodation available. There are hotels for all budgets including the luxury ski market but not in the same league as places like Courchevel. Currently there are no five stars but a few four stars to choose from and good value luxury short ski breaks are available.
    4* Hotel le Petit Dru
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  • Val d’Isère
    There are plenty of luxury ski hotels to choose from in Val d'Isere. Even the lower end hotel have improved and been renovated in recent years but this does have the drawback of the prices increasing. Some hotels come with their own driver service and in-hotel ski shops stocking all the latest equipment. Even if you don't stay in one of the many four or five star ski hotels you can always book a table or even just go for a pre-dinner drink to enjoy the up-market ambience. The resort can get busy particularly in French holidays but the excellent lift system means you don't often have to wait that long. There are a few good mountain restaurants worth a visit including the renovated Signal restaurant or the Eidelweiss in Le Fornet or La Fruitère above La Daille but if you're set on eating out then it's often better to book a table in advance.
    5* Les Barmes de l'Ours Hotel & Spa  4* Hotel Aigle des Neiges
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  • Chamonix
    As a year round resort for skiing, cycling and mountaineering Chamonix is alot more active with a great atmosphere. Premium hotels are available for luxury ski weekends or mid-week breaks and for more gourmet dining experiences the premium ski hotels are a great place to start. The resort itself can feel a bit segmented which can be off-putting for those more used to the ski in ski out accommodation in the Three Valleys for example, but the variety of luxury ski accommodation and pistes means there is something for everyone. Recently renovated for 2014/15 is the 3* Hotel Pointe Isabelle and although not quite a four star is a good three star ski hotel in the boutique style.
    5* Hotel Mont Blanc 4* Hotel les Aiglons 4* Hotel l'Heliopic
  • La Clusaz
    The premium ski hotels in La Clusaz are close to the pistes. Enjoy a swim in the pool or relax by the open log fire with a glass of champagne and let your muscles relax after a full day on the slopes. The resort is smaller and has a traditionally French feel but for a luxury ski weekend or luxury mid-week break it’s ideal with plenty of skiing and plenty of luxury!
    5* Hotel Au Coeur du Village 4* Hotel Beauregard


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  • Fügen
    Luxury Ski Weekends to Austria are available with a choice of four star hotels. Fugen is fairly laid back and has a nice friendly atmosphere, what the resort lacks in height it makes up for in character! Spend some time after skiing in the jacuzzi or pool or book yourself in for a massage for the ultimate relaxation on your luxury ski break.
    4* Hotel Crystal
  • Innsbruck
    Innsbruck is a great base for enjoying the skiing in Austria and although not a ski resort itself it does give you access to some great skiing and you have the benefit of more restaurants and bars of being in the town. Being in the city also means you have a choice of hotels including for a luxury ski holiday and Innsbruck offers lots to see and do off the slopes too including a lovely Christmas market in the old town which runs from November - January.
    4* Hotel Grauer Bar
  • Zell Am See
    Enjoy the varied skiing, views of the lake and some delicious lunches in the mountain restaurants. During your stay in Zell am See you can also access the Kaprun glacier with the same lift pass for a bit more choice or variety but there is certainly enough skiing in Zell am See itself for a luxury short ski break.
    4* Hotel zum Hirschen


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  • Saas-Fee
    Car free, similar to Zermatt this traditional village is a great destination for your luxury ski short break in Switzerland. Considered a snow sure resort with many of the pistes between 2500-3500m the skiing might be a little limited for experts, but for intermediates there's plenty to ski. Those looking for luxury lunches and gormet dining can head for the Fletschorn (one Michelin star) and there are a few upmarket premium ski hotels to choose from.
    4* Best Western Metropol
  • Zermatt
    Famous for the lack of cars the village attracts a range of skiers, many though looking for that Swiss luxury ski holiday. Good value accommodation is available in Tasch at the bottom of the resort (accessible by train) but for those on less of a strict budget Zermatt offers plenty of luxury ski hotels in the resort centre. With plenty of excellent mountain restaurants to choose from near the Matterhorn the culinary delights with a view come at a price. If you're looking for a luxury ski break then Zermatt is certainly worth considering.
    4* Hotel Gornergrat Dorf


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  • Courmayeur
    A ski resort with so much character it's bursting at the seams! A charming old mountaineering village Courmayeur now offers lovely accommodation for a luxury ski holiday in Italy.
    3* Hotel Pilier d'Angle (very good 3* hotel with Spa facilities)

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