Take the relaxed dining experience of a catered ski chalet and add in the rooming flexibility of a hotel. Mix in a dusting of fresh snow, perhaps a little lively après ski and a selection of happy skiers from different walks of life, and what have you got? The perfect ingredients for a successful ski holiday, all wrapped up in one comfortable chalet-hotel.
Highlights from Interactive Resort’s annual end-of-season trip, from pristine Alpine panoramas to the boss busting dance moves.
To send off the ski season with a bang, the Interactive Resorts team were lucky enough to stay at the all-inclusive Club Med Val Thorens Sensations, home to a whole host of exceptional facilities. From the moment we stepped off our transfer coach on Thursday, 14th April, we were impressed. So, without further ado, here’s why...
Canadian resort Whistler Blackcomb plans to add night skiing, a large indoor water park, a year-round mountain roller coaster, upgraded snow making and more over the next few years.
With a very successful 2015/16 ski season still underway in Whistler Blackcomb, the resort has announced a $345-million development plan to boost the amount on offer for both skiers and holidaymakers year-round.
Thoughts, feelings and feedback following my first-ever ski holiday to Val d’Isere.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner. Well, a few winners actually, and all of them very deserving. The inaugural Hit & Run freestyle competition closed in Méribel recently and France’s very own Mathieu Crépel took the top spot.
Just weeks after her sister Kate and Prince William jetted off to the slopes, Pippa Middleton has upped the ante by showing off her ski skills in Switzerland’s Verbier alongside her boyfriend, James Matthews.
Snow-loving Brits can now directly access some of the best ski resorts in Utah, with a new direct flight to Salt Lake City from the UK. The brand new service, operated by Delta, will allow easy access to some of Utah’s – and therefore North America’s – finest skiing.
The French ski resort of Courchevel has, over the decades, built a reputation for excellence and boasts the highest concentration of 5* and 6* properties in France. Luxury labels such as Cartier, Chanel, Fendi and Moncler line the walkways, confirming Courchevel’s place at the top of the luxury skiing tree.