5 Ski Hotels That Will Take Your 2017 Winter Vacation to the Next Level
Collected by Afar Magazine
Upgrade your next ski trip with the kid-specific amenities, private terraces, and ski-in, ski-out services of these five standout hotels and boutique resorts.
Schönriedstrasse 74, 3792 Gstaad, Switzerland
A modern new option among the gilded old-world hotels that dominate Swiss slopes, the Huus Gstaad is set on a bluff facing jagged peaks. The lobby, with its massive stone reception desk, opens to a cozy library with a fireplace and a telescope,...
1 Sunshine Access Road, Banff, AB T1L 1J5, Canada
The ultimate vacation destination for ski lovers, the Sunshine Mountain Lodge is open only seasonally, from November through May for the winter season and from late June through September for the summer season. Sunshine Mountain offers a relaxed,...
Riedweg 156, 3920 Zermatt, Switzerland
This family-run micro-village in Valais offers 36 rooms across six separate chalets. Huddled together on a hill above the popular ski resort of Zermatt, the buildings reference the area’s traditional architecture, from the timber frames to...
610 S W End St, Aspen, CO 81611, USA
The Gant feels like your mountain home away from home. Tucked away on five acres at the base of Aspen Mountain, the Gant’s condos offer the comforts of staying in a home but with the service perks of a hotel. Guests can choose from one-,...
9100 Marsac Ave, Park City, UT 84060, USA
Fans of the Montage brand’s Laguna Beach and Beverly Hills flagships will love this mountain version, a ski-in, ski-out hotel wedged into the head of Empire Canyon. The sprawling, Craftsman-style manor debuted in 2010, solidifying Deer...
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