Ski Resorts

Destinations For Skiing  

Zermatt, Switzerland 

The Matterhorn is located in Zermatt. One of Switzerland's most well-known mountains, standing at 14,692 feet, is easily recognized by its pyramid-shaped summit. Climbers and mountaineers adore it.

Featured Hotels

  • Schweizerhof Zermatt 4****
  • Alpenhof 4****
  • Walliserhof Zermatt 1896 3***


Just three ski resorts, all located in the Pyrenees mountain range, make up the small nation of Andorra. But its excellence more than makes up for its paucity of landmass. Consider Grandvalira, Vallnord-Pal Arinsal, and Ordino Arcalís as possible locations for your next ski vacation.

Featured Hotels

  • Bringue 4****
  • Diana Parc 5*****
  • Sant Gothard  4****

Chamonix, France

The Chamonix Valley is considered by many to be the best freeride resort in the world. With its 5 ski resorts (Grands Montets, Les Houches, Le Tour/Balme, La Flegere and Le Brevent) Chamonix Mont-Blanc offers the perfect ski holiday. Anything you would ever want to know about skiing in Chamonix Mont-Blanc is here.

Featured Hotels

  • Morgane 4****
  • Hotel Le Faucigny 3***
  • Plan B Hotel - Living Chamonix 3***

Dolomites, Italy

The Dolomites are a mountain range located in northeastern Italy. They are often referred to as the Dolomite Mountains, Dolomite Alps, or Dolomitic Alps. They stretch from the River Adige in the west to the Piave Valley in the east, and they are a component of the Southern Limestone Alps.

Featured Hotels

  • Hotel Villa Blu Cortina D'Ampezzo 4****
  • Olympic Spa Hotel 4****
  • Gh Hotel Monzoni  3***

Tignes, France

With an enormous selection of super-snow-sure blues and reds in all sectors, Tignes is a great resort for intermediate skiers and boarders. More relaxed intermediates seeking wider waters for their cruising would do best on the Val d'Isère side.

Featured Hotels

  • Hôtel Les Suites - Maison Bouvier 5*****
  • Hôtel Le DôME 4****
  • Hotel Le Paquis 3***

Bansko, Bulgaria 

Bansko is a town in southwest Bulgaria located at the base of the Pirin Mountains, which are a part of the Pirin National Park. It's the starting point for many of Todorka Peak's ski and snowboard slopes, notably the difficult Tomba run. The rugged alpine terrain of the park, which is home to wolves and bears, is traversed via pathways.

Featured Hotels

  • MPM Sport  5*****
  • Premier Luxury Mountain Resort 5*****
  • MPM Guinness 4****

Soelden, Austria 

Sölden is an Alpine resort located in the Tyrol region of Austria, in the Ötztal Valley. The high-tech Giggijoch mountain gondola is one of the lifts that accesses the ski slopes. The Rettenbach and Tiefenbach glaciers are connected via the large Ötztal Glacier Road. Views of the Ötztal Alps are expansive from lookouts atop the more than 3,000-meter-high peaks of Gaislachkogl, Tiefenbachkogl, and Schwarze Schneid.

Featured Hotels

  • Die Berge Lifestyle-Hotel Sölden 4****
  • Hotel Liebe Sonne 4****
  • Hotel Erhart 4****

Kitzbuhel, Austria 

Located in the Tyrol region of western Austria, Kitzbühel is a small Alpine town east of Innsbruck. This chic winter resort is well-known for hosting the Hahnenkamm downhill competition every year. Its medieval core is lined with upscale stores and cafes.

Featured Hotels

  1. Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol Jochberg Kitzbuehel Alps 5*****
  2. Alphotel Kuhstadl 3***
  3. Schloss Mittersill 3***

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