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Top 5 Hidden Gem Ski Resorts in Europe
Whilst many of us enjoy the world-renowned resorts of Courchevel and Verbier, we also love exploring the hidden gem resorts of the mountains. With easy access to the surrounding slopes and the restaurants of their larger neighbours, these alternative resorts often have a more relaxed pace of life with their very own beautifully groomed slopes to explore.
Guide to Renting a Luxury Chalet in Megeve
A picturesque resort with cobbled medieval streets and stunning views of Mont Blanc, Megève is just over an hours drive from Geneva Airport making it the ideal resort for convenient getaways. With a wide range of beautiful accommodation to choose from, take a look at our selection of some of the best luxury chalets this delightful village has to offer.
Top Tips for Booking a Luxury Ski Holiday for 2021/22
With holiday plans placed on hold for many over the past couple of seasons, the desire to breathe in that fresh mountain air and experience that exhilarating rush of adrenaline as you whizz down the slopes has never been stronger. With travel restrictions still in place, understandably you may be a little hesitant about booking a luxury ski holiday. Whilst we cannot predict the future, we are hopeful that by the start of the 2021/22 season in eight months time, the situation will have improved dramatically. To help alleviate any concerns you may have, we have compiled a list of our top tips when it comes to planning your next ski holiday.
Top 5 Chalets to Rent in the Arlberg
The world-famous Ski Arlberg is the largest interlinked ski area in Austria with four cable cars constructed to link the Arlberg East resorts of St Anton and St Christoph with the Arlberg West resorts of Lech and Zurs. With a reputation as the cradle of Alpine skiing, the Arlberg ski region certainly offers more than enough ski terrain with 300 km of skiing to explore and an abundance of luxury ski chalets to choose from. Here are some of our favourites.
Guide to Skiing in Portes du Soleil
Straddling the border of France and Switzerland and encompassing 12 interlinked ski resorts, the Portes du Soleil ski area boasts an impressive 650 km of marked pistes to explore. Benefiting from good snow conditions, vast terrain and diversity of slopes, Portes du Soleil is suitable for all levels of skiers and boarders.
5 of the Best Traditional Ski Chalets
With exposed timber beams, ancient stone walls, wood panelling and open log fires, the traditional ski chalet offers that quintessential alpine charm and chocolate box 'look' that everyone has come to associate with a luxury ski holiday. However, traditional chalets are certainly not outdated; many now have modern facilities such as spas and cinema rooms as well as state-of-the-art technology and designer furnishings. Take a look at five of the finest traditional chalets in our portfolio.
Top 5 Winter Activities in Crans Montana
Located in the district of Sierre on a sun-drenched plateau above the Rhone Valley, Crans-Montana is a lively resort brimming with opportunities to learn new skills and enjoy new experiences. Both adults and children alike can enjoy a range of winter activities both indoors and outside, but here are five of the best.
How to Get to Courchevel
From driving to heli-transfers, discover the best ways to reach one of the most renowned resorts in the Three Valleys ski area.
Where to Eat & Drink in St Anton
St Anton is well known for its legendary après-scene but there are also some great restaurants both on and off the mountain. The town has a lively atmosphere, with famous bars such as MooserWirt and Krazy Kanguruh, and a wide variety of restaurants to suit all pockets and palates.