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Top 10 Ski Resorts in Europe for A Super Luxury Winter Holiday

Courchevel 1850

Courchevel 1850 spreads wide in a spectacular view up the slopes. It is the biggest resort destination in europe and an extravagant spot to stay. Wealthy Parisians and Russians like to come here and spend their winter holiday.

It’s the home to a large number of expensive shops, although there aren’t as many as you would expect for such a classy place, swanky restaurants, plus luxury chalets. One restaurant that you need to visit is the Moriond 1650, which has several shopping stalls and a bakery which specializes in making french-style bread.

There’s an Aqua motion area just below Moriond (1650) that includes features such as a surfing area with a great wave, a diving pool, outdoor and indoor pools, three-lane water slide, steam room, hot tubs, saunas, climbing wall, wild water rapids, a skating rink and a Fitness Centre. There are spa facilities in the hotels which are open to the public but with a price tag.

Events, calendar highlights. In December, there’s ladies Alpine World Cup giant slalom. In February and March,there’s International Fireworks Festival and the 3 Vallées Enduro. The events welcome teams of three individuals to contest on some on-snow occasions in April. Also in mid-April, there’s the Dynastar X3 mountain triathlon (running, skiing and cycling).

Cortina, Italy


Cortina d’Ampezzo located in northern Italy, is more than just a skiing town. The region became an international skiing destination following the 1956 Winter Olympics. Cortina has some of the most challenging slopes for skiing and snowboarding. It is also one of the event locations for the women’s World Cup circuit.

Although there is a lot of difficult terrain, there are easy runs to ski as well for less advanced skies and snowboarders. If you decide to venture to Cortina, we recommend staying at the spectacular 5-star Cristallo Hotel & Spa.

St Moritz, Switzerland


St. Moritz is a luxury ski resort town in Switzerland’s Engadin valley. The ski resort features 218 miles of ski runs serviced by 56 ski lifts. Besides skiing activities, there’s winter walking, snowshoeing, winter horse racing, bobsledding, and “snow” cricket.

St Moritz is a famous destination as it has hosted the Winter Olympics two times, features a world-championship bobsled run made of natural ice, and has an outdoor Olympic ice rink.

A St. Moritz ski holiday will amaze anyone looking for an unforgettable experience. If you are looking for a place to stay, the 5-star Kempinski residences offers a luxurious accommodation experience.

LechZurs, Austria

The Arlberg ski resort is known as the “cradle of Alpine skiing.” The ski resort has excellent amenities, and the 305 kilometers of exploratory ski slopes excites skiers’ and guarantees a varied and relaxed skiing vacation.


Megève, France

Megèveis, located in the south-east of France, neighboring the Swiss and Italian border started to appear as a famous skiing resort for the rich in the 1920s. This is a popular destination by wealthy travelers and also has its airport which makes getting there directly very easy.

Klosters, Switzerland

Klosters in Switzerland is a well-extended resort with 33 lifts (18 surface lifts, ten gondolas, five chairs) that provides skiers with an incredible 1600 meters (5249 feet) slope. This place has approximately 420 acres of terrain, over 97 pistes and a total length of 197 miles (315 kilometers). The spot best suits intermediate snowboarders and skiers but there’s a lot of terrain present for experts and beginners too.


Val Thorens, located in the Tarentaise Valley, French Alps, is the highest ski resort in Europe, at 2300m altitude. Val Thorens provides its visitors with an outstanding experience given the surrounding beauty and features of the resort.

The popular ski resort has been crowned the best luxury resort in Europe for the 4th time and the best luxury getaway resort globally. Val Thorens is known to have lots of snow and makes the perfect family ski destination.


The skiing resort participated in the challenge for the best resort, and it finally featured among the best in Europe! This destination is a welcoming family spot. You’ll enjoy an outstanding authentic mountain experience and great skiing on the 150km field covered by 2600m slopes and great activities for everybody. Sincerity and simplicity are the primary components to offering a perfect human leisure of ski vacations on the slopes, favorite restaurants or in the streets of Valloire. Feel free and visit their page, book and experience their beauty.

Gstaad, Switzerland

Gstaad is an expensive upmarket resort in the Bernese Oberland area of the Swiss Alps. Its esteemed global boarding learning institutions and high mountains have for a long time made it a great holiday destination for celebrities and royalty. Rinderberg and Wispile ski areas are accessible via cable cars and each have many kilometers of all-level pistes.

Zermatt, Switzerland

Zermatt skiing resort has wonderful scenery that mesmerizes your concentration when riding up the mountains. The mountainous region will easily dazzle you with its 29 peaks, all over 13,100ft (4000m).

The famous Matterhorn is the most prominent peak that is normally within sight. Cable cars are popular here being essential in such a mountainous environment. Accommodation facilities range from humble stopovers, luxury hotels and restaurants.

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