Our top tips for après ski in France, covering Val d’Isere and Meribel
If you’re looking for the best boutique hotels in the mountains look no further than Skibible’s testaments…
Formerly a 17th Century monastery, a mix of the Alps old soul with a slice of Tibetan chic.
This is exactly the place to stay if you’re looking for that archetypal escape to the mountains. Featured in ′Grand Designs Abroad′.
Perched on a rocky hilltop next to Le Face piste this place is fabulously grand yet splendidly cosy with its deep sofas and roaring fires.
Newly built and ultra-luxurious the Auraiance keeps the traditional feel of an Alpine ski lodge but with a stunning contemporary interior.
Complete with the new addition of an outdoor hot tub over looking Mont-Blanc this is one of the biggest properties in Chamonix.
Nestled amongst a fir and pine tree forest, with spectacular views over the Rhone Valley the Hidden Dragon oozes laidback luxury.
Mixing stylish and minimal design, this secluded luxury hotel offers everything you need for an escape to the slopes.
Made up of eleven chalets – one of which houses a Michelin star restaurant – you can’t really get more luxurious than this!
Whether you’re dressed in your ski boots or Louboutins – Avenue Lodge has the modern fashionista in mind.
Sophisticated, sleek and spacious throughout, this is the hotel for those who like their snow – clean, crisp and oh -so -smooth!
If you’re torn between a luxury ski chalet or hotel stay, this should be the answer to your dilemma.
If you’re looking to detox, cleanse and find a little inner peace while in the mountains, this is where you’ll find it.
For the discerning skier looking for a place to well and truly live it up, look no further than Sir Richard Branson’s very own ski retreat.
As one of the oldest farmhouses in Chamonix this place comes complete with all the authentic charm you could wish for.
If you’re trying to search out the best spot in the 3 Vallées – this might just be it. Private and secluded yet only 5 minuets walk from town.
Those who are seeking the comfort of a cosy, Alpine retreat with all the facilities of a hotel will feel like they’ve stuck gold.
The interior is modern, airy and bright but with built in fires and fur rugs underfoot throughout – you’ll still feel warm and toasty.
Pull out your finest furs because if you want to feel like the King or Queen of the Arlberg mountains this is just the ticket.