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|What's Included?||Ski Inclusive (regular)Regular Ski
|Club Med InclusiveClub Med
|Skis / Board|
Hire or Carriage
|Drinks & Food||some||Yes|
|Flights & Transfers||Yes||Yes|
All Inclusive ski holidays tend to offer the best value when organising your trip. It's important to understand what "inclusive" means, because it's often not the same as with a regular package holiday. When a non-skiing holiday is labelled "all inclusive" it usually refers to the board-basis and lets you know that all of your food and drink is included. With a skiing deal, the "inclusive" can refer to the extras like lift pass and gear rental being included in the package.
While some ski properties do also have inclusive board-basis (covering ALL food and drink for the duration of your stay), other inclusive wintersport packages might be half-board or catered chalets.
All-inclusive deals often work out to be terrific value for money compared to the costs of booking everything separately. With a weeks’ worth of food and drink already paid for, you can keep on top of your holiday budget. And better yet, they minimise the hassle of planning - letting you focus on the important things.
The cost of a lift pass can really hike up the overall price of your holiday. Paying for it in a bundle with your accommodation and travel is an easy way to keep on top of the budget – hotels and chalets often get a better deal on ski passes than you would get buying one separately, and the savings are reflected in the price of your holiday.
If you want as much of your extras as possible included, and also your food and drink for the week, look at our Club Med ski holidays. Club Med packages tend to include lift pass and even lessons (along with all your food and drink), but not equipment rental... Get advice from our friendly impartial experts now on 020 7770 6888.
We've found AI packages work brilliantly for families – with kids in tow keeping budgeting simple always helps, and in the bigger hotels, fussy eaters have a wide choice of foods to choose between at mealtimes.
This page contains cheap inclusive ski holidays in 2020 and 2021. Call us for advanced booking in 2020 or to learn more about the differences between ski+ (ski plus) and other all included packages and all in one deals which are offered in the SNO Plus category.
For help in finding the best all-in offers or to find a really cheap all-inclusive ski holiday, refine the holidays above by selecting your preferred departure airports and/or destinations. If you want to treat yourself to some hassle-free but high-end holidaying, see our all inclusive luxury ski packages. You can also view our deals per country for France, Italy, Switzerland and Austria. Better still, call our friendly experts now on 020 7770 6888.
All-inclusive ski holidays usually cover all or most of the following:
Club Med all-inclusive ski holidays include:
…all come included with most resorts, though it can differ slightly from property to property so get us to confirm the finer details with your favourite hotels!
It depends on the hotel, but things you may have to pay extra for might be ski hire, top-shelf spirits, private ski lessons, private transfers and speciality meals.
It varies depending on the standard of your accommodation and time of year you visit, but usually between £1300pp and £3500pp. There are often some super last-minute holiday discounts if you’re looking for a cheap all-inclusive family ski trip.
There’ll often be a combination of hotel-run kids clubs, group ski and snowboard lessons and evening entertainment for different age groups from tots to teens. Usually you can use these as much or as little as you like, depending on your family’s needs.
Usually flights and airport transfers are included with your stay. You’ll have a choice of airports and departure times so that you can pick what works best for you. Train travel and channel crossings for self-drive trips can also be arranged.
Yes! Usually wine, beer and house spirits are covered with the cost of your stay. Some drinks, like champagne or top shelf whiskies might incur a surcharge. We can check what’s included with a particular package if you have one in mind.
The full package would usually include:
No - you can definitely get away without spending any more money on our all-inclusive trips - unless you fancy stopping somewhere else for a drink on the slopes, or buying some souvenirs to take home.
|Accommodation||Resort||Country||£ Price (pp)|
|Hotel Koh-I Nor||Val Thorens||France||£ 2034|
|Chalet Annina||Tignes||France||£ 733|
|Chalet Carmen||Tignes||France||£ 790|
|Chalet Estrella||Courchevel||France||£ 1027|
|Chalet Monte Vera||St Anton||Austria||£ 1357|
|Chalet Annapurna I||Tignes||France||£ 1268|
|Chalet Jacques||Courchevel||France||£ 1209|
|Chalet Benjamin||Courchevel||France||£ 1209|
|Chalet Samuel||Courchevel||France||£ 1209|
|Chalet Phoenix||Val Thorens||France||£ 1145|