From those seeking fresh power and exhilarating thrills to those who simply wish to escape, Design Hotels has got ski lovers this European winter covered.
Hotel Zhero – Ischgl/ Kappl, Austria
Just a few kilometres away from Ischgl (located in the Tyrolean Alps), the five-star luxury hotel, Hotel Zhero – Ischgl/Kappl is beside one of the largest ski resorts in the world.
Guests are surrounded by 238 kilometres of smooth ski slopes with unique mountain opportunities while staying in one of 79 extravagant and comfortable rooms and suites.
Rooms are innovatively designed and furnished with top brands like Minotti and Bottega Veneta.
Nira Alpina, St. Moritz, Switzerland
Nira Alpina provides exclusive access to some of the best skiing in the Swiss Alps.
Offering the only true ski-in, ski-out experience in St. Moritz, Nira Alpina in Silvaplana guarantees guests will beat the crowds to the top of Corvatsch, a 3,300 meter tall mountain with spectacular scenery overlooking two crystal clear lakes, Lake Sils and Lake Silvaplana.
Copperhill Mountain Lodge, Åre, Sweden
Designed by world-renowned architect Peter Bohlin (of Apple store fame), the Copperhill Mountain Lodge in Åre has a modern lodge style setting with 112 rooms and suites.
The luxury hotel is located 730 meters above sea level in Scandinavia’s largest alpine ski area and has magnificent mountain-top views.
Whether looking for adventure, relaxation or sheer entertainment, an extensive variety of activities and events are on offer to guests, from a hiking trail just outside the lobby door, heli-skiing and plenty of après ski events, including fashion shows and festivals.
Les Hôtels d’en Haut, Val Thorens/Courchevel, France
With three hotels located in Courchevel and Val Thorens, two of the French Alps’ premier ski destinations, Les Hôtels d’en Haut spoils guests with choice.
From the highest ski resort in Europe to one of the oldest and most revered, this collection of hotels fits the bill for even the most enthusiastic snow-seekers, with each located at the heart of their respective resorts.
Hôtel des Trois Vallées has 31 bedrooms and a 50’s pioneer spirit, Le Fitz Roy boasts 58 rooms and a large open fireplace, while Le Val Thorens has 83 rooms, a 15m pool and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains.
These new takes on chalet classics have all been updated with decidedly modern design while still retaining all of the authentic charm of yesteryear.
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