Skiing In Style – Experiencing Europe's Most Luxurious Ski Resorts


As the snowflakes begin to fall and the mountains turn into a winter wonderland, ski enthusiasts worldwide prepare for the ultimate indulgence. Yes, we're talking about skiing in luxury, where the thrill of the slopes is matched only by the sheer luxury of the experience.

We've scoured the European Alps to bring you the most lavish ski resorts that offer everything from gourmet dining and designer spas to exclusive chalets and private heli-skiing. So, get ready to embrace the lavish lifestyle of the rich and famous and join us on a journey to explore .

Luxurious ski resorts in Europe.


Kitzbühel, Austria

This is where adventure meets luxury, and skiing becomes an art form. Welcome to Kitzbühel, Austria – a haven for those seeking the ultimate ski resort indulgence!

Skiing in luxury is not just a dream; it's a reality at Kitzbühel, one of Europe's most luxurious ski resorts! With 233 km of slopes, accessed by state-of-the-art lifts, Kitzbühel is a skier's paradise.

Free-riding is a popular activity for the more adventurous, with extensive backcountry and deep powder waiting to be explored. For those seeking a real challenge, the Hahnenkamm Streif is a piste that will test even the most seasoned skiers. But fear not – intermediate skiers can tackle some sections and even a wacky uphill race each year in February!

If you're arriving by private jet, you'll be pleased to know that Kitzbühel is just a short distance from Munich Airport, making it the perfect destination for your high-end ski experiences!

Lech, Austria

If you want a top-of-the-line ski experience, this luxurious resort answers your wildest alpine dreams!

Lech is the smartest of all the European ski destinations in Austria, boasting fine, powdery snow, top-quality accommodations, gourmet dining, and après-ski scenes that are second to none. And skiing? Exceptional, of course. You might be alone on the slopes on a powder day, making Lech a powder hound's delight!

But don't let the rich and famous hog all the fun. Lech is also an excellent resort for those new to powder skiing, with less steep slopes than in other Arlberg resorts. Most of the runs are broad and smooth, ideal for beginner skiers. For those looking for a bit more of a challenge, the modern local ski lift network can whisk you away to more thrilling terrain!


Chamonix, France

With its picture-perfect chalets and towering glaciers, Chamonix is a ski resort that feels plucked straight from a fairytale.

But let's remember why you're here: skiing in luxury! With over 170 kilometers of slopes spread across five mountains, Chamonix is a skier's paradise. The runs range from gentle greens for beginners to heart-pumping blacks for the most experienced skiers. For thrill-seekers, the off-piste powder on the glaciers is some of the best in the world, offering breathtaking views and an adrenaline rush like no other!

Courchevel, France

As the sun rises over the jagged peaks of the French Alps, the ski slopes of Courchevel come alive with the sound of laughter, excitement, and the swish of skis on snow. Courchevel is not just a ski resort; it's a world unto itself. With six distinct villages, each with charm and character, visitors can immerse themselves in a world of luxury and adventure.  

But it's not just the glitz and glam that draws visitors to Courchevel. The ski terrain is second to none, with 600km of slopes to explore, from gentle beginner runs to heart-pumping off-piste powder stashes. The landscape is so varied that even the most experienced skiers and snowboarders will find new challenges to conquer. One of the unique features of Courchevel is the incredible amount of beginner-friendly terrain. The greens and blues are well-groomed, with plenty of space for novices to find footing.

Zermatt, Switzerland

Imagine a place where old-world charm meets modern-day luxury, where snow-covered peaks and picturesque surroundings are the norms. A place where the skiing experience is unparalleled, the food is divine, and the hospitality is as warm as a crackling fire. Welcome to Zermatt, Switzerland, the hidden gem of the Swiss Alps!

This charming town has something for everyone, from the posh and luxurious to the down-to-earth and welcoming. Zermatt's ski terrain is breathtaking, with over 360 kilometers of perfectly groomed slopes easily accessible via state-of-the-art lifts. And let's not forget about the Intermediate and expert skiers will find plenty of challenging red runs to tackle, while off-piste adventurers will have a playground of endless possibilities. And with north-facing slopes that offer reliable powder year-round, even during the summer months, Zermatt truly has it all!

St Moritz, Switzerland

When winter arrives in St. Moritz, the town transforms into a glistening fantasy realm, with snow sparkling like diamonds in the sunlight.

The skiing in St. Moritz is world-class, with over 300km of snow-sure pistes spread over three main ski areas. The peaks soar high into the sky, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. The slopes are wide and expertly maintained, with something to suit every level of skier or snowboarder, from the gentle beginner slopes to the challenging black runs.


Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy

As you approach Cortina d'Ampezzo, it's as if you're stepping into a painting. The Queen of the Dolomites, with its jagged peaks and snow-covered valleys, is a sight to behold. This picturesque Italian town has been charming skiers and non-skiers alike for decades, with an unmatched reputation for elegance and style.

The breathtaking scenery will take your breath away as you glide down the 120km of perfectly groomed pistes. From the gentle slopes of the Guargnè/Mietres area to the challenging couloirs and black runs of Tofana, there's something for every level of skier. The Superski pass will give you even more skiing options in the Dolomites.

But it's not just the skiing that makes Cortina d'Ampezzo so unique. The town is a work of art, with chic boutiques and cozy cafes lining the cobbled pedestrian high street.  

From the Slopes to the Lap of Luxury

As you wrap up your luxurious ski trip to Europe, you'll leave with memories that will last a lifetime. From the breathtaking mountain scenery to the exquisite food and wine and the adrenaline-pumping high-end ski experiences, you'll have experienced some of the most extraordinary moments of your life. Even after your holiday, the excitement and memories of your luxurious ski trip will linger, and you'll long to return to the slopes again!