It is always hard to know which ski hotels are the best. In the European Alps, so many luxury hotels are family-owned and are not part of a big chain like the Four Seasons, Aman, or Ritz-Carlton, so you have no indication of the quality beyond judging the hotels from their websites and reading reviews on TripAdvisor.
There is no comparison between hotels and resorts in these TripAdvisor reviews, so it is challenging to determine which hotel is best for the complete ski resort experience and the luxury experienced within the hotel itself. A beautiful hotel may be found in a ski-factory-type resort, and a gorgeous resort may host bad hotels.
This is where Luxury Travel Diary can help. In this review, we endeavor to uncover some of the best ski hotels in the Alps, judged from our personal experience. Within each hotel review, we highlight the pros and cons of the hotel so that you can judge exactly how one hotel compares to another.
Many of the hotels we have picked are high in altitude or are connected to Glaciers that are so high that they are perfect for late-season skiing and are snowsure throughout the season.
Some glaciers can be skied on from October through to May, so never discount skiing out of the main season. It is much cheaper out of the Christmas and Jan-Feb-March season and still as beautiful in many places. You can still enjoy the same level of Alpine fine dining and views that you would in the high season for a lower price.
In no particular order, here is our pick of the best luxury ski hotels in Europe:
My top resort choice for skiing in the Alps is the pretty Alpine village Lech. I am actually writing this article from its sun-drenched slopes. The current 3+ feet of snow base is unusual for April, yet here I sit in the sunshine, with skiers whizzing past me. Tomorrow, the forecast is for more snow!
Lech is my absolute favorite resort in all of the Alps, and I have outlined three wonderful hotels in this magical village that you must try. You can guarantee snowsure skiing here into April and from December, plus the village is so high that the snow tends to coat the village for most of the season.
With a resort altitude of 1,444m, the slopes remain snowy right down to the resort, and the lower runs remain ski-able so that you can ski right from the top of the mountain into the resort, even in the low season. The village remains as pretty as it is in January, with the snowy slopes sparkling behind the pretty chalets. Higher up, the mountains surrounding Lech reach an altitude of 2039 meters and offer brilliant conditions at any time of the year.
It’s worth noting that Lech is ideal for intermediates who can ski the sometimes mogulled slope right into the village and right onto the luxury hotels Aurelio and Hotel Almhof Schneider, which we review in more detail below. If you are a beginner, there are some cute button lift slopes on the other side of the village from the main run, which are a great place to learn and are ideal ski-out slopes for beginners. Experts will love the off-piste powder, which is excellent here all year round.
1. Almhof Schneider, Lech, Austria
The Almhof Schneider is one of the best ski hotels in the world. It is also located in one of the best spots in Lech. It is ski-in, ski-out, and only a few steps from the village, where you can enjoy apres-ski in the classy but lively bars, buy designer wear from Strolz, or pick up essentials from the village pharmacy or supermarket.
The style of this hotel is a modern ultra-luxe chalet. Luxury hotels don’t get better than this, and from the moment you step inside, every member of staff tries to make your stay as easy as possible for you, from unpacking your ski gear to bringing you whatever you want, whether it’s on the menu or not.
The food here is exquisite, and the staff are warm. I particularly love the large windows that look down over twinkling Lech from the restaurants and bar. If you come here in the low season, you will be served the hotel menu (which is amazing) in the fine dining restaurant area, which is a real treat. In high season, the main menu is served in the main restaurant, which is larger.
Bedrooms here are a mass of pines and dark woods but are decorated in a modern style. Walls and ceilings are pine-clad, floors are dark wood, and luscious chocolate-colored rugs keep your feet cozy. There is so much high-end detailing in this hotel. Every piece of furniture has been carefully selected. Lamps are often made out of reindeer horns, thick blackout curtains complement the pine walls, and fresh, high thread count, crisp white linens match the snow outside.
The bathrooms here are also beautifully designed in creamy marble with delicious AESOP amenities, which means that your body and hands always smell of Christmassy oranges when you stay. AESOP is also the only hand and body cream that works for my skin in the dry alpine air. It sounds silly, but the Almhof Schneider has even got the perfect choice of toiletries. It is this attention to detail that keeps their loyal repeat guests.
All the bedrooms are extravagant, and our room, room 103, was no exception. It had a separate bedroom and a lounge with a roaring fire, which my son loved throwing logs on. The hall area (yes, our room had a hall) was an ideal place to stow your bags and hang your clothes. Previously, we have stayed in 2 other rooms at this gorgeous hotel, and they have all been brilliant. Even the base rooms here are fabulous, and of course, you get the same breakfast and evening meal here, whichever room you choose.
Back to the food. There is one of the best breakfast buffets imaginable in the morning, smoked salmon and meats with around 15 homemade accompaniments. Loads of muesli and cereal choices, including choco pops for the kids, plus salad items and cheeses. Eggs made to order are brought to the table, and there is a patisserie tray with the most delicious homemade patisseries, including homemade muffins, and patisseries stuffed with cinnamon and apple, all so good that you feel obliged to take one or two back to the room to scoff once your stomach accepts food again.
In the evening, the food can only be described as exquisite and is delivered in one of the classiest fine dining restaurants I have experienced around the world. Generous Alpine flower arrangements complement beautiful Alpine decor (we had a lovely purple flower on our table) and six courses of deliciousness. The additional option is to order something different if the menu doesn’t take your fancy. It is one of the few menus that I have come across where the food is more beautiful and tastes even better than it sounds in the menu’s description.
Also within the hotel is a stylish pool and spa, a smoking room with a pool table, a kids club, an impressive spa, a ski room, and as the hotel is ski in, and ski out, there is nothing more you could possibly want or need. We tend to stay here towards the start and the end of the main season when the rates are cheaper. Even in the low season, the rates are expensive, but you get what you pay for, and you simply won’t find a better ski hotel in the Alps. Almhof Schneider is paradise on alpine slopes. Ski perfection.
2. Aurelio Hotel, Lech, Austria
Aurelio in Lech is an Aman-style ski hotel in the Alps that also offers everything you could want from a ski hotel. It is up the hill from the Almhof Schneider, a 2-minute walk away. How can the two best ski hotels in the Alps (IMHO) be right next to each other?
At the Aurelio Lech, every room faces into the valley and across the slopes, and each balcony is bathed in sunshine throughout the day. The rooms themselves are uber-modern ski chalet style, with amazing and generous marble bathrooms with yummy Hermes Paris Un Jardin Sur Le Nil toiletries. A million little touches make this place special, such as chocolates and hankie packs in your ski locker, high-end lotions at your bedside to fight the mountain dryness, and breakfast served at any time you like. The swish pool area, which is connected to the spa, also hosts free fruit, water, teas, and nuts to keep you going between meals. If that’s not enough, the bowls of delicious Swiss chocolates dotted around this magnificent chalet are just too hard to resist between meals.
Hotel Aurelio is also expensive but worth every penny. You want for nothing, and in true Aman style (even though this isn’t actually an Aman-branded hotel), everyone knows who you are, and you never need to sign for your extras or mention your room number – they already know. Every room is awesome, the location is amazing in the middle of the main slope, and the food is innovative and award-winning.
Almhof Schneider vs. Aurelio in Lech, which is best? Please don’t make me choose! These are two of the very best ski hotels in the Alps. The Almhof Schneider is more convenient for the village, but the Aurelio will whisk you into town in their Bentley, so both are convenient.
The main differentiating feature between the hotels is that the Aurelio is boutique, and the smaller hotel of the two with a more modern style and is not desperately alpine. The Schneider is slightly more traditional-modern with an Alpine feel with a darker, atmospheric candlelit bar area. I would say the Aurelio is like an Aman, whereas the Almhof Schneider is an even better version of the very best Four Seasons hotel in the world.
There is no winner here. Neither is the best. They are both Fantastic. I recommend staying in either!
3. Schlosshotel Fiss
If you are skiing with your family and you have kids, you would be crazy not to try Schlosshotel Fiss. This luxury ski-in-ski-out ski hotel sits directly on the slopes of Fiss. It has a lift that elevates you directly from the hotel ski shop (part of the hotel) right onto the slopes. It is perfect for adults but offers an insane amount of fun for the kids, too. It is, without a doubt, one of the best family ski hotels in Europe.
Schlosshotel Fiss is located at 1,436m altitude in the Serfaus-Fiss-Ladis region of the Western Tyrol. It’s a 1-hour drive from Innsbruck or 2.5 hours from Munich or Bolzano. The nearest train station is in Landeck, a 30-minute transfer away.
The arrival is spectacular. An alpine road winds its way up the side of the steep mountain leading to Fiss. The hotel has a modern alpine feel. The lobby has lots of pines and stonework and leads to the bar area, a mass of candles, and stylish alpine furniture. Much like a Four Seasons hotel but more individual, the entire area is immaculate. Beyond the bar area is a sun-dappled terrace and a further lounge with a roaring fire where you can enjoy an extravagant afternoon food buffet that is included in the room rate.
All the rooms at Schlosshotel Fiss are extremely stylish and modern whilst retaining their alpine heart. Rooms are immaculate, large, and recently refurbished, with exquisite furnishings and flint-colored tiling in the bathrooms. Pinewood floors, doors & cupboards are offset by white sheets and cream rugs. Expect enormous baths, walk-in showers, and a separate toilet in the bathroom. Outside, there are balconies with seats, a table, and a lounger offering dramatic mountain views.
On the slopes, this region has invested massively in a huge array of fun things for the kids to do. Wigwams, American Western-style villages, dragons breathing smoke, and monsters in caves are hidden on the slopes. Even the magic carpet ski lift has animated Cinderella characters trying on shoes and depicting other fairytale scenes as you are transported past. This is a mini Disneyland in the snow just for the kids (and the young at heart).
Off the slopes, the Schlosshotel Fiss doesn’t disappoint either, for the adults and the kids. The absolute highlight for kids at Schlosshotel Fiss is their “Splash Zone” waterslide pool, where children can get a thrill from whizzing down an enormous curly slide, complete with flashing lights and powerful jets of water. Even little kids are catered for in the Splash Zone with a babies’ pool, a shallow puddle full of toys, and fountains.
The beauty of the pool area is that the Splash Zone is a sealed-off pool next door to the quieter and more sophisticated adult infinity pool. The infinity pool area is extravagant and peaceful, the best I’ve seen in the Alpine mountains. Inside the pool area are numerous comfy loungers to relax on, and the room and pool are deliciously warm. Beyond the pool, the facilities are almost endless, with an enormous spa area offering treatments, an adults’ relaxation area, and a sauna area along with a family relaxation area and sauna.
The food is also brilliant at Schlosshotel Fiss. Breakfast is lavish with everything you could wish for, from salads and fruits to pastries and muffins to cereals, sushi to juices, including numerous multivitamin options. There is an exclusive egg chef who will do your eggs as you wish, and of course, being a luxury hotel, there is plenty of champagne for breakfast if you want to start the day with a glass.
The afternoon buffet is also generous and almost rude in volume, with vats of delicious homemade pasta, pizza, salads, trays of hot and cold meats, and the deserts… apple strudel, a million chocolate, and black forest gateau type cakes, custards (both vanilla and chocolate) and every soft drink you can think of.
In the evening, there’s a large and stylish bar area for pre and post-dinner drinks, which is decked out with candles. Bar prices for a luxury hotel are surprisingly low, with a bottle of Heineken coming in at just €4 EUR, and if you like wine, there is a complimentary wine tasting most evenings. Another nice feature is the live music in the hotel bar most evenings.
The restaurant deservedly has two stars, 78 points, and two bottles in Austria à la carte 2009 gourmet guide. The hotel itself is a TripAdvisor Travellers Choice winner from 2017, although I can’t imagine why it doesn’t win every year.
Schlosshotel Fiss is definitely a five-star luxury hotel. I can’t imagine there is a hotel in the Alps that does more to amuse children, with the “Splash Zone”, their own food buffet, a kids’ club, a cinema room, a teens’ area with a pool table, and a bunch of consoles for playing computer games. The dining is fantastic for the entire family. The staff are welcoming, efficient, and kind. With the lift that takes you directly to the ski slope, ski hotels don’t get better than this.
4. Four Seasons Resort, Megève, French Alps
Four Seasons Megeve is one of the best Four Seasons ski hotels is the only hotel located on the slopes of Mont d’Arbois, five minutes from the village center. It is the latest addition to one of Europe’s most beautiful ski resorts.
Megève is superbly pretty but low-lying, so be careful when you book. This is not a ski resort you want to visit in November or April as you are unlikely to find brilliant conditions, much like the expensive but lovely Gstaad. However, Megeve does have direct access to more than 400 km of ski slopes.
This new Four Seasons hotel is the first to offer a Ski Valet and Ski Concierge service and Ski Safaris by helicopter to allow skiers to discover more ski areas. A host of winter outdoor activities are available near the hotel, from snowboarding, dog sledding, rock climbing, and ice sports such as hockey, skating, and curling.
5. Grand Hotel Kronenhof Pontresina
Grand Hotel Kronenhof Pontresina is the perfect example of a palatial mountain getaway in the heart of the Swiss Alps. Set into the side of the mountain, this hotel offers amazing views, looking out over a grassy lawn that slopes down towards the mountain river that rushes past below. Above the lawns, the vista is pine-covered mountains as far as the eye can see. This hotel is great for downhill skiing but the speciality here is cross country skiing and you won’t find a ski better hotel in Europe that embraces cross counrty skiing more enthusistically than Grand Hotel Kronenhof Pontresina.
Grand Hotel Kronenhof can be found on the edge of the small and picturesque town of Pontresina, which sits at an altitude of 1,805 meters (5,922 feet) above sea level. The village is nestled in the Swiss Alps and is surrounded by majestic mountain peaks, including the Bernina Range and the Morteratsch Glacier. Pontresina can be found down the same valley as St. Moritz and is a short drive away. It has its own station, so it’s easy to get to.
The Grand Hotel Kronenhof Pontresina has a history of 175 years in hospitality and is one of the best-preserved grand hotels from the 19th century in Europe. Grand is the best word to describe this hotel. The foyer and lounge areas beyond are blessed with high ceilings and enormous windows that share the perfect green mountains beyond. The whole hotel has been beautifully restored.
Most guests will come here to ski or spa. We came for the latter as we visited in the summer. Our highlights were the glorious pool, the delightful lawns where you can laze in whe sunshine or enjoy a lunchtime barbeque, the wonderful dining, and the heavenly views from every corner of this beautiful hotel.
6. Das Central, Sölden, Austria
My next best ski hotel in the Alps, particularly good for early and late season snow, is Das Central luxury ski hotel in Sölden. The town of Sölden is not nearly as pretty as Lech or Gstaad, but once you get out of the main street, you will discover mountain streams and pretty fields which look like they are straight out of “Heidi”.
At 1368m of altitude, this snowsure resort does not hold onto the snow for as long as Lech. When we went there in April, the valley floor had no snow whatsoever, but there was plenty of snow on the higher slopes, which are just a short gondola ride away. This is one of Austria’s largest glacier areas. Rettenbach Glacier and Tiefenbach Glacier feature perfectly groomed slopes surrounded by stunning Alpine scenery and reaching up to an incredible 3340 meters above sea level. The season here begins as early as September and extends all the way through until May.
The only place to stay in Solden is the 5-Star Das Central hotel, which sits up a side street from the main drag and is a large and beautifully refurbished luxury hotel. Our tip is to request one of their refurbished rooms, which faces the front of the hotel. These rooms are south-facing and offer sunshine, which streams through the floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the day. The decor is modern pine with swish bathrooms and superbly comfortable beds. This hotel encourages families and rewards little ones with fun touches like a furry bedtime chicken at turndown.
The hotel also has a great pool area with lots of bubble features, and best of all, there is a gondola shuttle that takes guests directly to and from the bottom of the main gondolas every 5 minutes or so, which means no waiting around.
The food here is amazing, both in the main restaurant and their specialist restaurant, the Ötztaler Stube, which offers some of the best food in the Alps. Even better, Das Central is a surprisingly affordable 5-star ski hotel (book outside the main season for excellent rates) and is definitely a Luxury Travel Diary favorite.
Breakfast, dinner, Wi-Fi, and a welcome drink are already included in the Das Central room rates. They tend to offer a cheap Easter (April) special. This year, it was 5 nights with one night for free, including gourmet half-board, Wellness de Luxe, Easter present for our little guests, and child care in the Ötzi Kids Club with 5 nights from €860 EUR per person bookable from 13-25 April 2019. You won’t find a ski hotel that is this luxurious for less.
6. Aman Le Melezin, Courchevel, French Alps
While I have included one hotel in Courchevel in our listing of the best ski hotels in Europe, Courchevel is not a great resort to stay at in the high season. You see, the lift queues can be awful. You may have to wait as much as 30 minutes when the slopes are super busy. By comparison, Lech has virtually no lift queues… whenever you stay.
The reason that I have included Courchevel in this best ski hotel listing is that Aman Resorts has only one ski hotel in Europe, which is Le Melezin. This is the only Alpine property of Aman Resorts. Le Melezin has taken their minimalist Aman-Asian style and added some Alpine warmth.
Standing four stories high under a distinctive black slate roof, it provides an aprés-ski home set in a mesmeric wonderland of groomed slopes, both nursery and couloirs, framed by snow-caressed conifer forests under a piercingly blue midday sky.
Ideally situated on the Bellecôte ski slope, the hotel is a lively home of glowing warmth and just a short stroll from the epicenter of one of Europe’s most fashionable and exclusive resorts, Courchevel 1850. Aman Le Melezin has access to some of the most exceptional skiing in Europe directly from its front door if you don’t mind the queues. We prefer Lech!
The other Aman ski hotel is Amangani, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in the USA, and this is featured in our best luxury ski hotels in the world.
8. The Chedi, Andermatt, Switzerland
The Chedi Andermatt nestles t 1,447 meters above sea level in the heart of Andermatt in Switzerland, in the Urseren Valley, about a two-hour train ride from Zurich. Andermatt’s main street is made up of exclusive bakeries, restaurants, and craft shops, so it is not quite the champers and fur coats you expect from a resort-like St Moritz.
This is GHM’s first European property, the Asian brand synonymous with style, service, and serenity. They chose renowned architect Jean-Michael Gathy to design their 105 spacious guest rooms and suites.
He has used traditional materials throughout, such as warm woods and natural stone, to create intimate but striking rooms with fine restaurants and cozy lounges, a ski-in living room with a sports boutique, a spa, and a wellness center with hydrothermal baths and a duo of swimming pools. Relax in the evening in the Bar with its raging fires and furs covers and enjoy après-ski cocktails. Bliss!
9. Alpina Gstaad, Switzerland
Although Gstaad is a beautiful, if expensive, village to ski from, it is low-lying, so not snowsure, and you really need to visit in the expensive high season. It is an amazing A-list place. Expect to see famous models and motor racing drivers.
The Alpina is the best hotel in Gstaad, occupying a hilltop position about a 10-minute walk from the main street. Views look out onto meadowlands and surrounding mountains, beautiful in both the summer and the winter. The hotel is incredible. Each of the 56 rooms and suites uniquely embodies Swiss authenticity and sophistication. It is stylish and suitably expensive, with original and contemporary local materials subtly united with genuine period woodwork. Housed right at the heart of The Alpina Gstaad, their Six Senses Spa offers a sanctuary of peace and well-being.
10. Tschuggen Grand Hotel, Arosa, Switzerland
The Grand Hotel Tschuggen is located in the small mountain town of Arosa, Graubünden in the East of Switzerland. It is a region that also includes the world-renowned resorts of Davos and St. Moritz. When heading to the mountain resorts of Graubünden, all trains lead to Chur (pronounced Kur), so this is a great way to arrive, and there are always plenty of folks heading for connecting services carrying skis and snowboards.
The charming Rättische Bahn train winds steadily climbing back and forth around the contours of the mountains to get you to Arosa. The views from the Langwieser Viaduct are fantastic, and, as you’d expect in Switzerland, the journey is a procession through an endless string of quaint little alpine villages. The station at Arosa is reached in around an hour from Chur, and the hotel’s Mercedes S class will pick you up. This is a courtesy extended to all guests staying at Tschuggen Grand Hotel, and it is repeated on departure at no additional cost.
Although externally, the hotel’s main building is a typical example of the clean-lined, modest (or bland, depending on your taste) modern Swiss architecture, the Bergoase Spa built into the mountainside is simply stunning, especially at night when the huge sail-shaped windows that adorn the roof are backlit in shades of blue. It is the only hotel-based sports facility ever to receive an architectural award from the International Olympic Committee, being awarded silver in 2009, the year the Bird’s Nest in Beijing took Gold. Inside, though, is another world. This hotel is a veritable museum of fine finishing and interior design.
Within the hotel, every surface has some special finish. There’s a lot of Italian leather, even covering walls in places, and the standard of fixtures and fittings extends throughout the hotel, with each floor having a color theme.
Each guest room is unique, and even the ceilings are works of fine finishing of the highest quality. At first, we were a little taken aback at having a green ceiling, but it grew on us and is certainly more interesting than the usual bland white or magnolia. It is impossible not to be impressed by the level of cleanliness in Switzerland, but the Tschuggen Grand Hotel excels even by local standards.
We stayed in a deluxe room with a view, and what a view. Looking out at Lenzerhorn from our spacious balcony, with the early morning sun greeting the peaks as the first few skiers break in the freshly raked pistes, is an exciting and heart-warming sight. The bathrooms are generously proportioned and finished in granite, which looks new. The showers are fantastic, easily large enough for two with tons of pressure, and capable of being steaming hot.
The main pool is fabulously warm (about 36C) and has indoor and outdoor sections. The outdoor part has lovely views of the Alps. Adjacent to the indoor section is a deeper pool suitable for swimming lengths, kept somewhat cooler. Then, there are two plunge pools in a mirror image of each other. One is toasty. The other is icy cold. In between is an experience shower that can simulate thunderstorms, complete with sound effects and lighting. Suffice it to say that this is a hotel where you will enjoy yourself enormously.
The hotel’s star attraction is, in fact, its wellness areas, one of the most impressive in Europe. The architects used white granite, Canadian maple, glass sails, and connecting bridges to create a 4 story wellness area that blends in well with its stellar surroundings. Don’t just come here for skiing. Come here for wellness, too, and you will not be disappointed.
11. Gasthof Post, Lech, Austria
There is only one hotel in Lech where you can swim outside in a warm pool surrounded by snow (pictured above), and that is the gorgeous Gasthof Post in Lech. This hotel is favored by the Dutch Royal Family, who stays there every single year, and Pippa Middleton (Princess Kate’s sister) was a resident just days before we last stayed here.
The location is great, right on the main street, just a few buildings up from the main Strolz department store (the Harrods of ski shops), and the main restaurant looks out over the main street, so you can keep an eye on the activity. On warmer days, the superb bar opens up onto a sunny south-facing terrace where you can enjoy drinks and light bites alfresco.
When you stay, request one of the rooms on floor 4 (the top floor, they start with 7) in the modern section of the hotel. You get beautiful high beamed ceilings in these rooms, and in the summer, glass doors at the end of the corridor open up directly to the infinity pool area and garden, which is decked in loungers, which couldn’t be more convenient. Some of the standard rooms here can be disappointing, but the price of this hotel when compared to the Aurelio and Almhof Schneider means it offers a feasible and affordable alternative to access Lech. You do, howevrer get what you pay for.
The spa and relaxation rooms are the absolute highlights at the Gasthof Post, set within a multi-million euro, sympathetic, glass-sided extension. Inside, you can enjoy a warm pine-clad resting room and a slopeside relaxation area looking out onto the pool and the slopes beyond. Of course, there is a gym for those who decide not to ski, looking out over snowy pine trees, a kids’ pool with a water slide, numerous jets, and a waterfall, along with a baby pool with mini fountains. Oh, let’s not forget that infinity pool outside, which is so warm that you can float about as the snow falls and you don’t get cold. From my experience, this is the warmest hotel pool in Lech and the best!
In contrast to other hotels in Austria, the Gasthof Post seems to attract many refined British guests. Perhaps the Royal guests had spread the word, or perhaps we Brits are suckers for a small water slide for our kids and a gorgeous outdoor infinity pool for a sophisticated swim? After all, is there anything more indulgent than bobbing about outdoors in a warm pool as snowflakes fall on your head?
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