Whether you're looking for cheap digs or the most exclusive 4 and 5 star skiing with all the bells and whistles, search our hotel ski holidays for the biggest selection at the best prices online.
Group organisers can allow stragglers to book on later by choosing a hotel rather than a chalet. For parents who want a real holiday, ask about our family hotels with on-site childcare.
With on-site kids clubs, ski schools, games rooms and entertainment programmes, the best family ski hotels pull out all stops to make holidays heaps of fun for kids and hassle free for parents. Early suppers and special menus keep little ‘uns well fed, with evening childcare and baby listening services enabling some ‘you’ time later on.
Ask us about hotels with family suites or interconnecting rooms that let you all stay together – cots, baby baths and other necessities can often be provided upon request. View Family ski hotels.
Waking up to mountain views is heaven in itself, but the most elite ski hotels bring bliss inside their walls with top notch service and facilities. In properties rated four and five stars, you sometimes need a nudge to remember there’s a world outside to explore – cavernous spas, posh pools and gourmet restaurants are yours to enjoy, with stunning suites to settle down in at the end of the day. Find the finest in the highest, most glamorous resorts, like Val d’Isere, Courchevel, Zermatt and St Moritz where you can pair your perfect stay with world-class skiing, designer shopping and Michelin-starred dining. View Luxury ski hotels.
Europe has a socking great range of ski hotels – grand Victorian ones, modern new builds, insanely luxurious lodges AND simple ski properties for budget holidays.
Find them in historic villages and towns, or right on the slope-side of purpose built resorts.
Many offer a half board meal plan, with a continental breakfast in the mornings and hearty supper served later on. You’ll also find packages for B&B and all-inclusive, letting you book a package that’s perfect for you.
Unless your booking is for ‘room only’, you’ll usually have some degree of food and drink included in the cost of your stay. This ranges from B&B which provides just breakfast, to all-inclusive where all the food and drink you’ll need all week comes with the cost of your room.
Buffet breakfasts are very popular in ski hotels, letting you fuel up for a day on the hill with a choice of cooked and continental food. This gives you bundles of choice without limits, suiting everyone from the fussiest nibbler to most famished foodie. Other hotels have an a la carte menu with local and classic dishes to choose between, often made with local produce. Drinks like tea, coffee and fruit juice are readily available.
If you’ve booked a B&B or half board holiday, your lunch won’t be included in the overall cost of your stay. Some hotels will put you together a picnic for an extra cost, otherwise you’re free to explore local delis, cafes and restaurants.
Full board and all-inclusive hotels (like Club Med) do include lunch, and often there’s a range of meals like pizza, pasta, salads and good old-fashioned sarnies to devour. Look out for regional lunches like croque monsieur in France, rosti in Switzerland and Speckknödel (dumplings) in Austria.
Hotels with a half board, full board or all-inclusive board basis serve a daily supper included with the price of your room. Others have an on-site restaurant where you can dine for an extra cost. What’s served differs depending on where you stay, with some hotels offering a simple set menu and others extensive a la carte options, enormous buffets or a gourmet tasting menu. Most serve a mix of local and international food, with certain hotels hosting themed nights (e.g. regional, Italian, American) throughout the week.
There’s no denying the USA and Canada are home to some magnificent modern hotels, with all the bells and whistles to make your week amazing. But North America has historic charm too, with old railway hotels from the 19th century harking back to days gone by.
Most North American ski hotels are booked on a room-only basis – you can choose to use the hotel’s restaurant, or eat out in town (which tends to be more affordable than in Europe). Rooms tend to be bigger and often have kitchen facilities, letting you work out whatever meal plan suits best.
What separates ski hotels from the rest of the world’s hotels is the fact that they have the mountains as their back garden. A big bonus in our books, made even better when you can ski straight from the boot room. Whether you’re a keen SNO lover wanting to spend every last second on the hill, or a family hoping to minimise hassle, hotels with doorstep skiing help make ski holidays incredible. Some are positioned at the foot of the slopes, seconds from ski schools and beginner areas, while others perch on the hillside, letting you glide straight down the nearest piste. There are also hotels a snowball’s throw from the ski lifts, letting you get straight up to explore. The term ‘ski in, ski out’ of course applies to properties you can literally scoot straight out and back to, but also covers anywhere within 250m of a run or lift – so it sometimes requires a short walk, but it’s still super convenient. View Ski in / Ski out hotels.
One super thing about hotels is that they suit almost any group size, with a less limited number of rooms than you find with ski chalets. And once everyone’s booked with the best deal, there’s a good chance rooms will be available later for anyone keen to join the party. Individuals can pick the room type that suits them and have their own personal space, while on-site facilities like swimming pools, spas and bars mean everyone’s catered for. View group ski hotels.
If it’s less about luxuries and more about mountains, cheap ski hotels could be just the ticket. Our best advice for securing a great value holiday is to factor in the cost of meals throughout your stay – a 2-star B&B might seem like a bargain but if you’re buying a weeks’ worth of mountain lunches and dinners on top of that, the price shoots up. Sometimes a half/full board or all-inclusive package is more cost effective all things considered. Staying outside of the big, world-famous resorts also keeps costs down, and hotels in Italy, Austria, Andorra and Bulgaria tend to be cheaper than ones in France and Switzerland. At the end of the day, you might not have a super-king bed or infinity pool but when there’s snow waiting for you, you’ll still have a whale of a time.
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