Europe ski hotels
Romantik Hotel Hornberg
Third generation hoteliers Brigitte and Christian Hoeflinger-von Siebenthal run this stylish hotel very close to Saanenmoser - 1,270ft above sea level and offering hiking, golf and mountain biking in the summer and skiing in the winter.
Hotel Bad Ratzes
Siusi Allo Sciliar
Liked for its welcome, ‘quietly efficient staff’ and ‘excellent value for money’, this chalet-style hotel is in a ‘very beautiful’ skiing and summer resort in the South Tyrol nature reserve, at the foot of the Dolomites.
Residenz Heinz Winkler
Aschau Im Chiemgau
At the foot of the Chiemgau Alps, in a ‘charming, unspoilt’ little town, this is ‘a place to feel self-indulgent’, says an enthusiastic visitor.
This simple holiday hotel, partly in chalet-style and with an extension, has been owned and run by the Voit family since 1876. It's set in a quiet resort village amid the scenic upland country of Fichtelgebirge.
Le Grand Tetras
Set just 200m from the cable car, M. and Mme Georges’s hotel is in the centre of a large Pyrenean ski resort in the heart of the Catalan Pyrenees Regional Nature Park, just 15 minutes from Spain.
High above the road, on the far side of the village (Sulden in German), this chalet-style hotel has fine views to the glacier and the Ortler range of mountains.
Astoria Relax & Spa Hotel
Set a few minutes walk from the centre of Seefeld, and in 20,000 sq metres of parkland, this smart and luxurious hotel ticks all the boxes for good service, well-appointed rooms (many of them recently refurbished) and the copious provision of excellent food (the restaurant has 14 Gault Millau points).
Hotel Le Sherpa
Set in the centre of Val Thorn, in the Trois Vallées ski area, this family-run ski-in/ski-out hotel has garnered much praise for both the warm interiors - typically wood-panelled and cozy - and the impressive five course dinners served at night.
Guide Book Vouchers
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