What does 'Bed & Breakfast' mean? Including your room and morning meals, B&B deals cover the two most important bits – somewhere to crash after a day on the slopes, and a hearty breakfast to wake up to every morning.
What that all-important first meal of the day consists of will differ from property to property, but most often you'll find continental options like breads and jams, cheeses, meats, yogurts, fruits etc. Bigger hotels might have stations offering freshly cooked eggs, omelettes and the like.
When it comes to lunches and dinners, what, where and when you eat is entirely up to you. Your hotel restaurant might provide meals that you can pay extra for, or you can set off and explore the local shops, farmers markets and restaurants around your resort. If you'd rather have all meals included, look at our full board and all-inclusive ski deals. Or, go for the most popular ski hotel board basis and have breakfasts and suppers included – then the freedom to do lunch wherever you like on the mountain – with half board.
Ideal for the adventurous foodies among us, who like to sample a variety of resort restaurants in the evenings. A Bed & Breakfast package includes exactly that – room and breakfast – the most important meal of the day to prepare you for a big day on the mountain.
A bed & breakfast package includes breakfast in your room rate. This will be a delightful continental breakfast, and often hot options are available too. You can then choose to do dine out on the mountain for lunch or head to a local supermarket to prepare something for the day. You have the freedom to choose from a variety of options in the evenings too.
|Accommodation||Resort||% Discount||£ Price (pp)|
|Hotel Premier Luxury Mountain Resort||Bansko||0%||£ 570|
|Regnum Bansko Ski Hotel & Spa||Bansko||0%||£ 685|
|Hotel Le Morgane||Chamonix||0%||£ 789|
|Kempinski Hotel Grand Arena||Bansko||0%||£ 836|
|Hotel Kitzhof||Kitzbuhel||0%||£ 1049|
|Hotel Avenue Lodge||Val d'Isere||6%||£ 1229|
|Design Hotel Levi||Levi||0%||£ 1389|