When it comes to winter vacations, North America remains the best option for glamorous and overcrowded destinations. Imagine the scene. Fur coats, roaring wood and glass brandy glasses to avoid the cold. Here are the best luxury hotels for ski enthusiasts, and for those who prefer to look from the safety of the sauna and bar, of course …
1. Fairmont Castle, Whistler, Canada
Whistler, one of the most iconic resorts in North America, has it all. Top-level tracks, family facilities and a pleasant atmosphere to finish off. Located at the foot of the infamous Blackcomb Mountains, Fairmont Castle is the tourist center chosen by visitors and has every imaginable comfort on the site. Traditional but luxurious highlights include the award-winning golf course, the outdoor pool with underwater music and excellent afternoon teas. During the high winter season, the Chalet restaurant is also open for a three-course fondue. In general, it is perfect for the whole family.
2. Equinox Resort and Spa, Vermont, United States
Another postcard destination, Vermont, in the United States, has always been much appreciated by visitors for its elegant après-ski scene and its world-class tracks. The huge Equinox Resort and Spa, colonial and historic style, was voted “Best ski resort” by the World Travel Awards 2005. The wide range of outdoor activities would make the whole family blink twice. in a delighted surprise; Hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing, off-road driving and falconry lessons are just some of the challenges. However, the real star is the huge luxury spa and its collection of nature-inspired treatments.
3. Austria Haus Hotel, Vail, United States
Colorado has undoubtedly one of the best mountains and snowfalls in all of North America, and the picturesque shops and towns are not bad either. The luxurious hotel Austria Haus in Vail has a decidedly European atmosphere and is a bright symbol of the high winter society. Located on the banks of Gore Creek, it offers spectacular views and is ideally located for shopping and the slopes. Decorated in a traditional Austrian mountain chalet style, all rooms have marble bathrooms with underfloor heating, gas fireplaces and French balconies upon request. For a romantic cure for sore muscles, head to the bar for cocktails and canapés, then soak in the outdoor hot tub.