What does 'Full Board' mean? Breakfast, lunch and evening meals are included with your room in a full board package – the only difference between Full Board and All-inclusive is that with All-inclusive, alcoholic drinks (sometimes things like ski lessons, equipment hire or lift passes) are usually thrown in too.
Having all your meals in the same place - and moments from your bedroom - keeps things simple and tends to work out a lot cheaper than eating out in the ski resort. This can be a terrific option for families who want their trip to be as low hassle as humanly possible, or groups who don't want to faff about finding restaurants with space for everyone each mealtime.
If you're keen to explore the local eateries during your stay, you might want to consider our half board holidays instead, which free up your lunchtimes to let you try restaurants, cafes, deli's and sometimes even farmers markets around the resort. B&B gives you flexibility when it comes to lunch and supper time, whileroom-only leaves all mealtimes up to you.
A full board deal alone gives you spectacular savings, and to stretch your budget even further, you can book your hotel in a deal with return flights and transfers. Drop us a line with your dates and preferences and we'll do the legwork to find you the perfect holiday.
|Accommodation||Resort||% Discount||£ Price (pp)|
|Hotel des Deux Domaines||La Plagne||0%||£ 534|
|Alpenpark Resort||Seefeld||0%||£ 699|
|Hotel Schonruh||Seefeld||0%||£ 709|
|Hotel Les Mélèzes||Les Arcs||42%||£ 749|
|Hotel Steiner||Obertauern||0%||£ 779|
|Hotel Les Bergers||Alpe d'Huez||0%||£ 819|
|Gardenhotel Theresia||Hinterglemm||0%||£ 859|