Whether you're looking to hop on a quick flight to the Alps, hit some budget-friendly slopes in Eastern Europe or jet off to some of the most popular destinations in North America, you can find the ski accommodation that's right for you.
High-end holidays in the Alps
Known for their A-list clientele and luxurious vibe, the ski areas of the Alps offer some of the finest powder when it comes to elegant winter getaways. Secure a refined chalet in St. Moritz or an airy lodge with a hot tub in Les Arcs for a holiday retreat that you can't beat.
Super skiing in scenic St. Moritz
The Holy Grail of Swiss ski resorts, St. Moritz is also one of the world's oldest. A popular winter getaway for the elite since the late 1800s, this high-end spot in the Engadin valley served as the venue for the Winter Olympics in 1928 and 1948. Holiday lettings include charming, old-world chalets and bright units with sleek, modern design. If you're looking for an apres-ski experience that's not to be missed, you can take your pick from the swanky bars and restaurants that dot the town.
Fan favourites in the French Alps
Just across the border, the ski areas of Les Arcs and La Plagne offer the same high-quality slopes within the French Alps. These villages – connected by cable car, and each with a base elevation of more than 4,000 feet – feature charming holiday cottages and posh villa rentals. From your holiday rental, you'll have easy access to nearly 400 ski runs, from beginner slopes to high-octane paths for seasoned skiers. From Les Arcs, it's just a 35-minute drive to the high-speed trains in Bourg St. Maurice.
Excellent escapes in eastern Europe
A popular destination thanks to an abundance of budget-friendly skiing and old-world charm, the ski resorts of eastern Europe are a world unto themselves. Book ski accommodation here and prepare yourself for a wild, untamed wilderness that's unlike any other.
Slovakian scenery in Ždiar
For a wintery spot that's a bit off the beaten path, check out the secluded ski areas in Slovakia's High Tatras Mountains. A 40-minutes drive from Poprad, the charming village of Ždiar provides 10 ski lifts and over 3 miles of ski slopes, all surrounded by scenic mountain wilderness. Snag a Ždiar holiday cottage with a hot tub or a fireplace for a cosy winter getaway par excellence.
Ski accommodation in marvellous Macedonia
An excellent choice if you're travelling on a budget, Macedonia's Popova Sapka ski resort is another story altogether. About an hour and a half by car from the airport in Skopje, Popova Sapka offers a relatively small 6 miles of groomed runs, but the real attraction here is the off-piste skiing. You'll find over 24,000 acres of untouched, powdery wilderness, accessible by Snow Cat operators in the area. Book a holiday home in nearby Totovo, where you'll find amenities like museums, shops and dining.
Ski holidays in the US and Canada
If you're willing to make the trip, you'll find plenty of great options for ski accommodation along the east coast of the United States and Canada. Book a holiday rental in one of these picturesque places and get ready to hit some of the best slopes in North America.
Winter sport getaways in Mont-Tremblant
Located in the Laurentian Mountains of Quebec, Mont-Tremblant is a mountain town with charm aplenty. In town, you'll find a highly walkable pedestrian mall lined with shops, bars and eateries, and winter sports abound in nearby Mont-Tremblant National Park. Ski accommodation here includes chalets and cabins, as well as more contemporary properties. Many offer easy access to Mont Tremblant Ski Resort, where you'll have your pick of 96 runs ranked from novice to expert, plus 14 lifts and 630 acres of skiable terrain.
Scenic skiing in Jeffersonville, Vermont
Another great North American option is the village of Jeffersonville, located in the US state of Vermont. Book your self catering ski accommodation in town and you'll have easy access to the excellent slopes at Smuggler’s Notch ski resort. There, you'll find 78 runs on 750 acres, and elevations as high as 3,640 feet. In town you can find a smattering of laid-back restaurants along the Lamoille River, and Burlington International Airport is less than an hour's drive away.