There's something special about spending winter holidays in Scandinavia, and Norway certainly knows how to turn the luxury level up a notch.
Escape to the land of mountains and fjords and when you're not skiing or cosying up to a steaming mug of Gløgg, see what's waiting in your spa hotel...
Trysil's one of Scandinavia's finest ski resorts – big in statistics (more pistes than anywhere else in Norway) and big in history (the world's first ski club opened here). And a leader in luxury to boot, with four-star hotels brimming in brilliant facilities.
Rubbing shoulders with the Jotunheimen National Park – or Home of the Giants - Beito’s bursting with small-town Scandi charm. Two ski areas are yours to roam, plus there's a bundle of weird and wonderful activities (ever tried snow rafting?).
An eco-friendly national park village, gorgeous Geilo's home to excellent spa hotels, celebrity-chef run restaurants and horse-drawn sleighs that clip clop through the landscape. The ski area's small but seriously snowy. Get here by rail for glorious scenery.
Modest their exteriors may be, but Norway's finest ski hotels hide incredible offerings within their walls.
We're talking spas spanning thousands of square metres, with jacuzzis, saunas and multiple swimming pools... A range of restaurants, serving Nordic classics, international favourites, the lot... Plus excellent extras like bowling alleys, climbing walls and cosy bars.
Upgrade to spacious suites with balconies and you're in for a first class stay all-round.
This nation's not usually one for catered ski chalets, but its traditional Norwegian cabins are some of the dreamiest digs in the mountains - complete with wood fires and access to spas and swimming pools.
Norway's self-catered accommodation is some of the most brilliant on our books, in the form of studios, apartments and cosy cabins. Find them straight on the slopeside, in resort centres or a cracking combo of both, with stylish interiors and plenty of space to spread out in. Some have access to spas and swimming pools, while others come with private saunas just for you. Kitchens are kitted out with everything you'll need to cook, and there's often the option the option to upgrade to B&B or half board if you'd like meals prepared for you.