Stunning landscapes, exquisite cuisines, hospitable people, art-deco structures-these are the features Europe boasts to the world. One has not fully experienced Europe without being acquainted to the country’s beautiful glacier terrain that spreads over their uncorrupted woodlands.
Skiing is leisure popular to Europeans. The snow stretches from France to Switzerland, to Germany, to Austria, to Slovenia, to Bulgaria, and to Italy. However, for the purpose of discussing the best ski resort accommodation, the focus will be on the best known countries that have the best known ski resorts.
Two of the most popular ski resorts in Europe are in Switzerland. St. Mortiz is the definition of a winter-wonderland. As impressive as the mountain landscapes is an extensive series of ice-covered lakes at the foot of the Piz Bernina. At the heart of St. Mortiz is the Hotel Hauser, which is a three-star hotel. The hotel has a remarkable restaurant that serves international dishes as well as local delicacies. It is easily accessible to shopping stores, entertainment centers, and restaurants. The other ski resort quite as noteworthy is Zermatt. Matterhorn, one of Europe’s familiar summits, nestles in Zermatt. The commendable ski resort accommodation in Zermatt is the Chalet Huwi. The chalet is catered and suitable for a small group of friends or a family. It is accessible to the Matterhorn Express lift.
Austrian ski resorts are known for the reliable snow. The ski trails are set to suit all types of skills. Beginners and pros alike can definitely enjoy simple twists and turns and challenging courses, respectively. Restaurants and shops are alongside the pistes, which look especially magnificent at night with the lights on. The ski resort accommodation that stands out in the Fuschml am See area is the Hotel Seewinkel. It is a four-star hotel central to the largest lake-area in the Alps. The scene is breathtaking, the hotel structure-as elegant. Modern pieces such as furniture and artworks are incorporated in the hotel. Some of the popular resorts include Bad Gastein, Schladming, and Kaprun.
The key feature in Italy is the diversity and the richness of the culture. Like the culture, leisure activities such as skiing are as varied and as rich. A number of ski resorts are located in Turin, Valle di Susa, and the Dolomites. Popular resorts are Madonna di Campiglio, Bardonecchia, and the enchanting Courmayeur. Two kilometers away is the Hotel Alpechiara, a four-star hotel known for its comfort and pleasant ambiance. The hotel overlooks the mountain with a spectacular scenery.
Holiday ski in France is comparably more expensive to Austria. The ski resort accommodation is top-notch and worth up to the last coin. The ski resort accommodations well-acclaimed in France are Chamonix, Courchevel, Tignes, and Les Arc, to mention a few. MGM Residences Les Alpages de Chantel is a prominent landmark in Les Arc. Remarkable for its wooden furnishings, this hotel is as cozy inside as it is outside and sets free a warm ambiance.