Stay at one of our ski resorts in Andorra, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Finland, France, Italy, Norway, Slovenia, Switzerland and USA. With popular resorts such as Four Seasons, Fairmont and Westin in North America, you’ll be spoilt for choice on your ski holiday. When you’re not showing off your moves on the slopes, indulge in the many wellness spa retreats that our resorts offer along with exquisite restaurants and bars. After a long day of skiing, rest up by a warm log fire with a cup of hot chocolate.
Experience typical lodge accommodation by opting for a luxury Chalet. We can guarantee you’ll want to move in by the first day, with impeccable space and luxurious furniture you’ll feel right at home while taking in the relaxing atmosphere these chalets offer.
With our selection of Luxury Apartments you’ll be spoilt for choice with the opportunity of ski to door locations. Enjoy the luxury of your own little home, with a fully equipped kitchen, spacious lounge and bedroom options. Self-catering accommodation is a great option for those looking for relaxing dinner indoors with the option to dine out at their own leisure.
Seasonal Ski Holidays
There’s nothing more special than taking your holiday at season peak, when moods are high and excitement is peaking. We can offer you great ski packages that provide a great service of entertainment to make your ski holiday magical.
Indulge in a Christmas getaway where you are guaranteed a white Christmas. Join in with local festivities and activities from Canada’s role-playing, cookie bake parties, to Norway’s ‘mouse song’ and Andorra’s Christmas eve Noché Buena meal.
Toast the New Year with a ski holiday where you can get together with friends and family for a magical holiday full of wonderful memories and moments.
Kids love to get involved in activities and its a great time to learn a new skill, opt for a family skiing holiday in the half term where they can socialise with other children and capture memories to last a lifetime.
Best Ski Resort Destinations
Enjoy an incredible ski holiday package to Whistler, one of North America’s biggest ski resorts with 8,171 acres of skiable land, which stretches across two majestic mountains. Located 2 and a half hours from Vancouver by car, a ski holiday to Whistler won’t disappoint – with a plethora of restaurants and a diverse choice of accommodation, there’s something for all the family as well as large groups and is a perfect place for a romantic getaway or honeymoon. The purpose-built ski resort of Whistler is known for its legendary après with an abundance of lively bars and restaurants to enjoy. There’s even a Family Apres at the Olympic Plaza with a cinema, escape room and rock climbing to keep your little ones occupied in between skiing lessons. Breathtaking views go beyond the ski resort, why not hire a car and take the ‘sea-to-sky highway route’ from Vancouver to Pemberton with stunning scenery along the way. The entire route is just over 101 miles, but you can do as much or as little as you like. Highlights include Horseshoe Bay, Porteau Cove Provincial Park for beach and diving, Furry Creek for golf enthusiasts and taking the Sea to Sky Gondola over Howe Sound for dramatic sceneries of turquoise lakes and lush forest trees.
Boasting of four unique villages situated in the Three Valleys area, Courchevel is world-renowned for being an exclusive ski resort destination as well as being home to 12 Michelin star restaurants – making ski après a glamorous event. Skiing in Courchevel is a world-class experience, with having the largest ski area in the world with perfectly groomed pistes, gorgeous tree-lined slopes and a diverse range of activities to enjoy. Beginners, intermediate and professionals can all enjoy the white slopes of Courchevel for an unforgettable ski holiday in France. The four different villages at Courchevel are split between altitudes – 1300, 1850, 1550 and 1650. Each village has its own restaurants and bars and for the most glamorous dining options, travellers flock to 1850 where the chic boutiques and fine dining with Michelin stars can be found. Some of the top things to do in Courchevel include visiting the impressive Olympic ski-jump at le praz, snowmobiling, skidooing, ice climbing and even head indoors to do some ice-skating or enjoy a game of ice hockey. When the sun goes down and the slopes empty after a fun day, enjoy a spa treatment, take a dip in the pool, go bowling or enjoy a movie at the cinema.
360 km of skiing waits in Zermatt, which is the world’s highest and largest all-round ski area, that extends into Cervinia in Italy. With the stunning Matterhorn Mountain as your backdrop, glide through the tree-lined slopes where you can start in Switzerland and make your way to Italy all in one incredible ski area. World-class skiing experiences due to the high altitude and advanced skiing allow professionals to enjoy an incredible ski holiday, as well as offering a great destination for beginners to test their skills on the slopes closer to town. When the sun goes down, Zermatt ski resort transforms into a lively hub of social activities with over 100 restaurants and bistros for a new dining experience each evening. Beginners can enjoy the open runs that Sunnegga and Trokener Steg offer, while advanced skiers can take the challenging Triftji, which is one of Europe’s longest and most challenging free ride runs! Amazing winter sports such as tobogganing, outdoor ice skating, curling, heli-skiing and nighttime skiing are among some of the best things to do at Zermatt ski resort.
Vail Mountain Resort, Colorado USA
Vail Mountain Resort is one of America’s largest ski resorts that stretches over 5,000 acres of terrain. With legendary back bowls and miles of tree-lined slopes, you’ll enjoy wide runs for pros and beginners. The picturesque alpine village is home to world-class hotels with award-winning spas and restaurants and is a traffic-free village for the ultimate ski holiday experience. Ski enthusiasts of all levels can enjoy guided tours for free, which start off at Eagle Bahn Gondola and Gondola One to give you knowledgeable insight into this incredible ski resort, including some of its best runs. The village is split into three areas: Vail Village, Lionshead and Red Lion, with the first two being the busiest. If you’re a beginner, you can get all your skills at the ski school, which offers open and gentle runs from the top of the mountain. Advanced players can test their skills on double black diamond runs such as Goshawk and Peregrine to really test your skills on the slopes. There’s so much to do while at Vail Mountain Resort, from dog sledding, snowmobiling, skidooing and ice climbing to sleigh rides, outdoor ice skating, snow biking and snowshoe walking. After a day of winter sports, pamper yourself at the spa or relax and watch a movie at the cinema.
Drei Zinnen, Italy
Bordering the Italian and Austrian borders, Drei Zinnen, which is also referred to as the Three Peaks Dolomites offers 115 km of piste across five stunning mountains. If you’re looking for a challenge, why not go down the steepest slope in Italy, the Hozriese, which has 72% gradient. If that’s not enough, take a pleasant train journey over to Kronplatz for even more snowy runs to enjoy. Drei Zinnen is made up of villages that offer different perks such as the classic ski-in, ski-out base at Sesto with a range of half board accommodation with red runs. While trendy bars, restaurants and shops can be enjoyed at San Candido, which is family-friendly and hosts night skiing each week. There’s an endless list of things to do besides skiing the slopes. From reindeer safaris, winter walking paths, Nordic walking, ice climbing and snowshoeing, to outdoor ice skating, winter biking, snowcat driving, hot air balloon rides, and helicopter rides. During the festive season, enjoy visits from Santa and stroll around Christmas markets, which is a fun family-filled day out in the villages of Drei Zinnen. Overall, there are over 140 restaurants offering flavours from around the globe and not to mention a variety of bars to toast to learning new ski skills!
Ruka is the winter wonderland destination for families, especially at Christmas, where the resort turns into a festive playground with Santa’s Secret Cottage that will add a magical experience for children and adults that can greet Santa whilst indulging in festive favourites such as hot chocolate and cookies. Ruka is the ideal family-friendly ski resort with so many activities for all to enjoy, including the Angry Birds activity park with obstacle course and climbing wall, a bowling alley and even a dedicated kids ski area with gentle slopes, snow tubing area and a heated cabin to warm up! Adults can enjoy plenty of skiing in Ruka, which is one of the largest beginners ski area in Finland with 24 km of slopes, which tend to be quiet so that you can learn and ski at your own pace. Getting around the resort is easy due to the speedy lifts, which go to Ruka valley resort and the main Ruka village. The traditional cabins offer family-friendly accommodation, some with lovely fireplaces for cosy nights in. When you’ve finished on the slopes and craving something tasty after all that fun, there’s around 25 restaurants from Finnish cuisine to pizzerias and sushi bars to curb your cravings.