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With the majority of Panorama’s accommodation being kitted out for self-catering, this is a good place to ski if you want a more flexible, value for money stay in the mountains. Self-catering is often the cheapest way of going on holiday, allowing you to enjoy a home away from home and eat what you want, when you want.
If you want to be in the heart of the resort’s bars and eateries as well as a short walk away from the lifts (in some cases ski-in/ski-out), the Upper Village Condominiums are the place to stay. These are spread over four buildings (Ski Tip, Tamarack, 1000 Peaks Lodge and 1000 Peaks Summit Lodge) and range in size from studios, to one and two bedroom apartments. Self catering doesn’t mean your week will be void of any luxuries - in the upper village, you’ll find Panorama’s hot spring pools which were included in a USA Today article, “10 spectacular ski resort pools and hot tubs” and are open to everyone staying on the resort.
In terms of getting stocked up with food for the week, the General Store, selling food, drinks, and gifts, is in the lower village. The great thing about Panorama being a small village with a gondola linking the upper and lower sections is that you won’t have to carry your shopping too far.
After a a particularly hard day’s skiing when you don’t feel like cooking, there are some lovely places to eat out from the award winning Grey’s in the upper village to the delicious stone baked pizzas at Mile High. As a special treat one night, take the last lift to the summit, where you can have fondue at the Summit Hut and enjoy a guided ski back down to the village.