1. STAY IN A LUXURY SKI CHALET
A skiing holiday is never enough without being complemented by a stay in a luxurious chalet that welcomes you with a hot cup of chocolate after a long day out in the snow. Luxury ski chalets provide the kind of service and quality you find in a five star hotel. You get ferried to and from the slopes with your chauffer, and you have a butler along with spa facilities such as sauna, hot tub and steam room with some chalets also having indoor pools. Expect luscious meals: breakfast of your choice and champagne and a gourmet meal for dinner. If you plan to travel with children you do not have to be worried as some ski chalets do offer nanny services so you can ski worry free. Whether you choose a luxury chalet in Meribel, Courchevel or Val D’Isere, you can guarantee the highest level of service and comfort.
2. GET SOME PAMPERING
After spending time on the endless snow terrain all you want to do is relax. Most of the luxury chalets will have spas where you can go and soak up in the steaming room, dip in the hot tub and enjoy the much needed massage to relax your body. This will help you forget about all your troubles and concentrate on you. Treat yourself with the best because you only live once: you deserve it, you’re on holiday.
3. GET GOOD TRAVEL INSURANCE COVERAGE
Ski holidays are always fun, and even though the risks injuries have reduced recently as compared in the past it is important that you travel knowing that you are fully covered incase anything happened. Make sure your ski travel insurance policy has specific cover for snowboarding or skiing in the country you are visiting; usually there will be an extra premium to add to normal travel insurance. You need to check if you are covered if you ski off piste, or if your children are covered in this premium. You have to wear a helmet as condition for most of the policies.
4. FLY IN STYLE
If you’re taking a luxury ski holiday then you want to think about starting the luxury style before you even arrive on the slopes. Arrive in style with a high quality airline and being treated well, rather than being cramped up on a cheap budget airline. Air France combines comfort, style and space all in an affordable package that is for customers who appreciate extras without having to break the bank. You can fly in style in the first class as it has more space, luxurious, avoiding long lines, exclusive seating, complimentary extra bag allowance, better meals and advanced convenience features such as entertainment screen with video on demand. That is an excellent way to start your holiday.
5. HIT THE SLOPES
It’s a ski holiday so hit the popular Val d’ Isere slopes. These popular slopes are extensive and also happen to be Frances highest mountain pass, they do not disappoint. For families the base of the slopes will be fabulous, for the piste bashers endless intermediate ski area will do the trick and the adventure seekers will enjoy the finest lift-served off-piste in the world. Nothing will beat skiing in the world’s best skiing resort that has something for everyone but comes at a price; that should not worry you as luxuries here are endless and worth every penny.