What does 'Room Only' mean? With 'Room only' bookings, you just pay for the bedroom or condo in your hotel - meals aren't included in the overall price. You've got somewhere to crash after a grand day on the hill, with the freedom to eat whenever, wherever and whatever you like around the resort.
'Room only' packages are available worldwide, but this board basis is particularly popular in North America, where the ski towns tend to have a bigger range of restaurants and supermarkets. Chances are, your hotel will have at least one restaurant of its own, with plenty more within easy reach of where you're staying. Sometimes accommodation in the USA and Canada offered as 'room only' comes with its own kitchen facilities. This gives you the option of putting together your own meals but it isn't always a given – so if it would be handy to have your own hob, ask us to check the amenities.
The main benefit of 'room only' bookings is the enormous flexibility it allows you throughout your holiday. You can really get to know the resort you're visiting and dine however you like as the week goes on. If you like the sound of being able to explore but don't want to worry about breakfasts, have a look at our B&B packages with breakfasts included. Or, if a holiday with most meals included would work better, see what we're offering on a catered chalet or half board basis. If you'd rather eat in the same place throughout your trip, consider full board or all-inclusive holidays.
|Accommodation||Resort||% Discount||£ Price (pp)|
|Listel Hotel||Whistler||25%||£ 923|
|Hilton Whistler Resort & Spa||Whistler||24%||£ 965|
|Rundlestone Lodge||Banff||21%||£ 979|
|Crystal Lodge & Suites||Whistler||22%||£ 990|
|Caribou Lodge||Banff||19%||£ 999|
|Hotel Fairmont Tremblant||Mont Tremblant||11%||£ 1013|
|Moose Hotel & Suites||Banff||20%||£ 1074|
|Fairmont Banff Springs||Banff||19%||£ 1179|
|Fairmont Chateau Whistler||Whistler||33%||£ 1200|
|Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise||Lake Louise||17%||£ 1360|