The top 5 luxury ski resorts in France

 

Looking for a way to unwind and do it in style? Visiting one of the top luxury ski resorts in France is a good idea. The ski resorts offer the best of world-class skiing options and accommodations. They are surrounded by pristine white mountains where you can experience some of the most thrilling ski slopes. And when it is time for you to relax, you can settle down before a roaring, warm fireplace in a luxury chalet and kick back. Here are five of the top luxury resorts in France:

Courchevel

Courchevel is the place to be in if you want to get a taste of the best of luxury on a skiing trip. Recognized by many as the best resort for skiing in Europe, it is one of the most expensive. It has a fantastic lift system which ensures that people don’t have to wait for long. The ski resort, well-known for its fine-dining options and luxury accommodations, has attracted VIPs and members of royal families.

Serre Chevalier

One of the prime ski resorts in France, Serre Chevalier, is situated in the southern region of the Alps. You can have a fabulous skiing experience on the large expanse of snowy slopes that are offset by a sunny backdrop. With the slopes enjoying the sun 300 days in a year, it is one of the most pleasant spots for skiing. Thirteen villages with chalets dot the floor of the valley.

Montchavin

If you want to spend your holiday in a ski resort that lets you get the best of luxury and a vast skiing area, head to Montchavin. It has quaint chalets located in close proximity to the ski area, also called La Plange. The chalets come with hot tubs and swimming pools in which you can take a dip after spending hours skiing. Sit before the fire in your chalet, and enjoy a few drinks.

L’Alpe-d’Huez

Both experienced and inexperienced skiers should visit Alpe-d’Huez. With its easy-to-ski slopes, it is the ideal spot for families. Alpe-d’Huez is one of the premier venues for skiing in Europe. Its slopes have become famous for being the site for the Tour de France in summers. With the exception of 2009 and 2010, the mountains have been a part of the race since 1976.

Tignes

In Tignes, skiers are welcomed by wide slopes that have smooth curves. One of the biggest attractions of Tignes is its large ski area which has bumps, boardercrosses and pistes. You can stay in a luxury chalet situated in the villages in Tignes. Most of them are suitable for big groups of people. Tignes is one of the sure snow luxury resorts in France, which stays open for ten months every year.

Andy Butler is the Online Marketing Manager at Burger Davis.

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  1. oxnard travel agent says:

    I don’t know how to ski but its not too late to try. More motivation if you do it in France. The only problem now is the money to finance the vacation.

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