Whether the British weather just isn’t cold enough for you, or the boss won’t extend your holiday allowance, a ski weekend could be right up your street.
Ski Weekend Availability
Hotels and chalet companies rarely offer their rooms for just the weekend but here at Ski Solutions we’ve managed to secure beds in a number of our favourite hotels in resorts including Courmayeur, Engelberg, Isola 2000, Crans Montana, Courchevel, Megeve, Laax, and Montchavin – La Plagne.
Included in our Ski Weekends:
· 4 nights accommodation (Thurs-Mon)
Looking for a weekend with all meals included? Talk to us about our Isola 2000 ski weekend package. Situated near Nice’s Côte d'Azur Airport, this resort features many ski-to-door hotels so that not only are you given a welcome break from cooking, your skis spend as much time as possible where they should be – attached to your boots!
Thinking of going abroad for Christmas/New Year?
Christmas and New Year tend to be very busy periods for ski resorts. If you’re thinking of planning a visit over Christmas or New Year, don’t delay - we recommend that you give us a call as soon as possible.
Luxury Ski Weekends
Package holidays aren’t always for everyone, so why not build your own? If you’re looking for that extra-personal touch, then just speak to us about a Bespoke Ski Weekend - where we can arrange anything from champagne on arrival to being transported to the summit via helicopter. Whatever your request, we’re at your service.
At Ski Solutions, our Ski Weekends are based on 4 nights from Thursday to Monday. We do this so that we can secure seat allocations on suitable flights, as well as to secure rooms in our preferred hotels.
If this format doesn’t suit you, then do feel free to give us a call at your earliest convenience to see if we can put together your dream holiday.
Getting Ski Lessons on a Ski Weekend
If yourself - or a member of your party - requires ski tuition, we advise booking private lessons. If this is your first time in a particular area, our sales team can advise you on the best companies to go with.
If you’re in the mood for something a little more challenging, why not take a day or two off-piste? We can point you in the direction of ski schools or other off-piste organizations who can guide you, but we recommend that you organize this part of the trip yourself – off-piste skiing can be dangerous in certain conditions and you may wish to evaluate your group’s skill level before you place your booking.