There are so many ski resorts around the world where skiers of all skill levels can have a fun time negotiating slopes. But if you desire to indulge yourself a bit, not just any ski resorts would do. We present to you some of the top luxury resorts around — in no particular order.
It is not just of recent that this ski resort became a favorite for exclusive ski holidays. It has been so for years with its incredible slopes. Situated in the massive Trois Vallees ski area, Courchevel is where you will find many European elites, who do come around to slay the slopes.
It is especially popular among Russian elites who these days come around during the first week of the year for their New Year party. The resort features Michelin-starred restaurants and luxury hotels such as Les Grandes Alps and Le Melezin offering massage and spa services, amongst others.
St. Moritz, Switzerland:
Situated in the Graubünden area, St. Moritz not only offers fresh and abundant powder, but it also features several luxury additions. Aside from enjoying exciting skiing around here, there are also several off-mountain activities.
Visitors can also have a fun time engaging in people watching at the resort. There are several top-notch accommodation options, including the Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains, Carlton Hotel and Badrutt’s Palace. There are also quality dining options featuring Michelin star chefs.
This Colorado resort has for a long time been a favorite among the crème de la crème of the society. Aspen features four mountainous ski areas, the biggest and most popular of which is Snowmass. But billionaires and celebrities that come to this area are likely to be seen at the Ajax Mountain ski area.
Hotel Jerome, which is frequented by popular personalities, and the recently-renovated St. Regis Aspen are two top hotels in the Aspen area. For elegant dining, you can check out places such as Renaissance, Syzygy and St. Regis’ Olives.
Jackson Hole, USA:
Known for having, perhaps, the steepest terrain in the US, Jackson Hole is a favorite among skiers, especially the pros. At the base of the ski area is the village of Teton. In spite of the county of Jackson Hole having a high number of billionaires per capita,
The resort still has a country feel to it and shops can be seen selling cowboy clothing and equipment. The Four Season Jackson Hole, North Coulter Lodge, and Amangani are few of the top luxury locations around the ski resorts. Popular figures may also be seen at The Millionaires Cowboy bar.
St. Anton, Austria:
A favorite among extreme skiers, St. Anton is in Austria’s Arlberg region. This ski resort is particularly ideal for powder skiing, with massive bowls beneath the Valluga. It is very popular for its snow record.
The area boasts of top-class hotels such as the Arlberg Hotel located on the slopes and for which booking has to be made early to get a spot. There is also a variety of quality restaurants in the area.