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  •   When you cast your gaze across the upper echelons of the luxury ski chalet market today, one thing seems to stand out above all else; the sheer variety of properties available. From traditional, Savoyard chocolate-box barn-conversions to sleek, contemporary new-builds of steel and glass, skiers

  • Ski holidays are versatile types; they can be anything from spa based relaxation to high intensity tours across the mountains. In fact, some Alpine holidays have little more in common than the stunning mountain vistas that form a backdrop.   For anyone looking for a way to combine stunning

  • There’s something very special about a ski holiday in one of Switzerland's chocolate-box ski resorts, surrounded by spectacular scenery and enjoying the very best food, wine and service that the ski industry has to offer. If you’re thinking of making one of these luxury Swiss resorts your next

  • The French ski resort of Meribel is centrally located in the world-famous Three Valleys domain, with a base altitude of 1,400 metres and slopes running up to an impressive 1,700 metres. With the neighbouring resorts of Courchevel and la Tania within easy reach to one side and St Martin, les

  •   There was a very long time, in the dim and distant past, when skiing was the main sport people enjoyed on the slopes. Skiing dates back in various forms to 8000BC, but the sport began its ascent into mainstream popularity at the turn of the twentieth century when the first package holidays hit

  • The mountains are a magical place for children. The abundance of snow, skiing and staying up late with mum and dad make for a wonderful winter wonderland. Ski resorts, tour operators and individual properties are battling to create the ultimate in childhood dreams, with some leading French resorts

  • For many visitors to the Alps keen for a swift and hassle-free transfer from airport to resort, nothing comes close to the freedom, flexibility, speed and comfort of heli-flight. Interactive Resorts are proud to announce our recent partnership with Whitetracks Helicopters, a helicopter transfer

  • Resorts in this article: Courchevel, Zermatt, Val d’Isère. Michelin-starred haute cuisine may not be at the top of the list for every skier heading out to the Alps this year, but for those with a taste for the finer things in life, the quality of the food is often just as important as the chalet

  • Sitting in the vast and varied Three Valleys ski area, the beautiful resort of Courchevel has been synonymous with luxury skiing for a good number of years now and is, for many, the ultimate ski destination. Popular amongst royalty, A-listers, supermodels, celebrity stars of stage and screen,

  • Resorts in this article: Zermatt, MĂ©ribel, Courchevel, Val d’Isère, Verbier. For discerning skiers at the top of the ski holiday market, a week or two spent on the slopes is a highlight in the winter calendar. It’s a chance to relax and unwind in the company of friends, family or business

  • A glimpse beyond a new horizon in private jet charter Anybody looking to arrive into their ski resort of choice in the lap of luxury need look no further than private jet charter airline Fly Victor. Founded in 2011, Fly Victor allow their clients to search huge numbers of private jet operators

  • As any skier will tell you, whether beginner or expert, skiing is a demanding sport to engage in. Welcoming, well located chalets with luxury facilities are the perfect place to unwind after days of exploring the pistes, and a spot of hot tub or sauna pampering thrown in is always a nice touch.

  • People head out to the French Alps for a myriad of different reasons; the thrill of the slopes, the escapism, the relaxation, not to mention a week of being looked after in a beautiful catered ski chalet. But there’s another very important part of a ski holiday that features highly on most skiers’

  • Resorts mentioned in this article include MĂ©ribel, Val d’Isère, Zermatt and Courchevel. Although many skiers appreciate the relaxed, hands-free nature of catered ski chalet holidays, there remain many who prefer the flexibility of hotels instead. Certainly for those keen to enjoy a ski holiday