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Luxury ski holidays don't have to come with a huge price tag. With Sunweb you can experience luxury without paying the Earth - and your lift pass is included!


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Finding the perfect ski holiday is not always easy. If you're looking for a luxury ski hotel or high end ski chalet, the prices are often eye-watering. But with Sunweb you are guaranteed luxury for less. 

We all know when it comes to ski holidays that a little luxury can go a long way. Something as simple as boot warmers and a spacious and secure ski storage area can make all the difference on a busy morning, and access to fantastic restaurants, cocktail bars, swimming pools and spas can tip the scales from a good holiday to an amazing one. 

Sunweb has over 220 destinations across France, Austria, Andorra, Italy and Switzerland, and make it easy for you to tailor your holiday to your needs by allowing you to opt for the accommodation that suits you. Pick from a wide range, including apartments, luxury ski hotels or chalets. You can also opt for different types of board, including bed & breakfast, half-board, full-board or all-inclusive.  

Sunweb can even help you with sorting out the little extras that go along with a ski holiday too. From ski lessons to ski hire, Sunweb's ski specialists are on hand to help however they can to help you build your perfect holiday.

Here are five of Sunweb's fantastic luxury hotels to try: 


Vaya Fieberbrunn, Fieberbrunn, Austria

The Vaya range of luxury hotels is exclusive to Sunweb, and the excellent Vaya Fieberbrunn is a prime example, offering modern luxury within walking distance of the gondola and slopes in a wonderful Alpine location. You can choose to stay as part of the beautiful hotel, or have you own self-catered luxury apartment.

The rooms and suites come with king-sized beds, a stylish bathroom, a minibar and a balcony or terrace with views of the amazing surroundings. The spacious suites include a separate living room with a sofa bed and a fully-equipped kitchenette including a fridge, Nespresso machine and a dishwasher.

Guests of Vaya Fieberbrunn have free access to the extensive wellness facilities on the ground floor. After a great day on the slopes, you can relax in the sauna, herbal sauna or the Turkish steam bath, or stretch out in the swimming pool. This luxury hotel also has its own traditional mountain-style lounge/bar and a popular restaurant. 

Fieberbrunn is part of Austria's extensive Ski Circus ski area, which also includes Saalbach, Hinterglemm and Leogang, giving you access to 270km of slopes. As well as being ideal for beginners and families, the Ski Circus is blessed with miles of cruisey blues and reds perfect for intermediates. With numerous off-piste possibilities combined with a breath-taking backdrop of the Kitzbüheler Alps, the Fieberbrunn sector is also something of a backcountry paradise.  




Vaya St Anton, St Anton, Austria  

A luxurious and exquisite hotel located in the heart of one of Austria's most iconic ski resorts. The lively and world-famous centre is within walking distance, yet the hotel is in a very quiet and peaceful part of the town only 400m from the Nassereinbahn ski lift.

The hotel itself is considered by many to be one of the best in the entire region. The apartments are modern and beautifully furnished with state-of-the-art kitchens, flat screen TVs and stylish bedrooms with quilted duvets and luxurious bedding. You get two options for breakfast: you can take advantage of the bread delivery service which comes to your doorstep each morning, or, for an extra charge, you can enjoy breakfast in the stylish dining area.

After a day on the slopes, you can unwind at Vaya Resort spa, with its sauna, an infrared cabin and a revitalising restroom. If you are looking for something more lively to do, there is a typical Austrian mountain-hut style lounge where you can enjoy a drink with friends or family.

St Anton in Austria's Arlberg region is one of the world's most famous ski resorts, renowned for some of the most challenging intermediate and advanced ski slopes in the Alps. The lower village slopes by Nasserein are gentle, and offer a decent area for first timers, while the wider St Anton ski area has 305km of pistes - including lift-linked access to neighbouring Lech - plus 200km of ski touring routes.




Hotel Koh I Nor, Val Thorens, France

Serious luxury is at the heart of this new offer from Sunweb.  The Résidence Chalet des Neiges Koh-I Nor is almost directly on the slopes, and the charming centre of Val Thorens is just 200m away.

There's a range of apartment types, catering for from 2 to 8 people, and all are stylishly decorated, and offer everything that you need for an unforgettable winter holiday. There is a beautiful spa area, with 2 swimming pools, 2 saunas, hammam, hot tub, ice fountain, sensory showers, solarium and fitness room, while from your room you have a stunning view over the resort. After a day on the slopes you can enjoy a glass of wine in the bar above the residence. 

If you are looking for the perfect combination of a beautiful, large ski area, and a luxurious residence, choose Résidence Chalet des Neiges Koh-I Nor!

A lively resort, Val Thorens is France - and Europe's - highest ski resort. Part of the vast Trois Vallées ski domain, some 99% of Val Thorens' 150km of slopes are above 2,000m, making it one of the most snowsure resorts in the Alps. The Three Valleys ski area, which includes Meribel and Courchevel, has a whopping 600km of pistes, plus acres of off-piste for adventurous experts.




Hotel Taj I Mah, Les Arcs, France

This luxury complex in Arc 2000 - the first five-star hotel in Les Arcs - is in an ideal location for those looking to find ski-in, ski-out accommodation in this highest of the Les Arcs villages. The nearest ski lift is only 20m away and the hotel offers a magnificent view over the village and the slopes.

The unique architecture ensures there is plenty of light throughout the hotel. Combined with the materials and colours used, this creates an open and welcoming ambience. The rooms are luxurious and stylishly decorated.

Guests stay here on a half-board basis. There are two restaurants to choose from; Restaurant Le Diamant, which has an à la carte menu available for guests on half board, and Noir Restaurant La Rotisserie which serves traditional dishes using local produce. Both restaurants are run by head chef Eric Samson, who holds one Michelin star in his own restaurant. Breakfast is available in your room for an additional fee.

Hotel Taj I Mah has an extensive spa area with a sauna, hammam, a solarium, a jacuzzi and a swimming pool. Other hotel facilities include a ski-shop and ski concierge.

Les Arcs ski resort consists of four linked resort villages with a combined ski area of 200km that is one of the greatest in the French Alps, lift-linked with the neighbouring La Plagne ski area to form one of the world's most extensive ski domains. The combined total of 425km is known as 'Paradiski'. Inaugurated in 1968, Les Arcs was one of France's first purpose-built 'designer' ski resorts and has remained at the cutting edge of winter-sports tourism and snowsports innovation.




Alpin d’Hôme, Les Orres, France

Anyone looking for a unique holiday experience will be charmed by the Alpin d'Hôme. This unique collection of luxury igloos sits between the hills of this hidden gem of a ski resort in the southern French Alps. Only 100m away from the ski lift, you get a beautiful view of the mountains and the chance to sleep beneath a starry sky. 

The igloos are modernly furnished with multiple bedrooms and a modern bathroom. They offer space for all your ski equipment, and there are shoe warmers to keep your ski boots nice and warm. Each morning a delicious breakfast is delivered to your igloo. When you return from the slopes, there will be a nice afternoon snack waiting for you. The village is a great place for a drink and a meal in one of the  resort restaurants. The igloos are suitable for 2 to 6 people, making them ideal for families. 

Enjoying a sunny, southerly location, the family-friendly Les Orres has been an under-the-radar resort for British visitors, but its 88km of runs are ideal for intermediates, while there are some fine off-piste opportunities for experts.



About Sunweb

For 25 years, Sunweb has been building up the knowledge to create a huge selection of luxury ski holiday packages for you to enjoy.

Flying from airports all across the UK it can offer hundreds of accommodations in the best ski resorts in the Alps and the Pyrenees. All Sunweb's flights packages include a transfer to your accommodation and the company is ABTA-protected.

Plus with every holiday, your lift pass is always included. At the minimum, this means your local area lift pass, for example, in Avoriaz, your local lift pass is included or you can choose to upgrade to the full Portes du Soleil ski area pass. However, with some Sunweb packages, the full ski area lift pass is already included, for example, Le Grand Massif.

Sunweb is confident that it has the best ski holiday deals around - from flight-inclusive holidays to self-drive trips, and therefore can offer customers their unique Lowest Price Guarantee. If you find the same self-drive holiday for a lower price, Sunweb will refund the difference. They will also take it a step further by adjusting the price on their website - so that other customers benefit too.



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