Switzerland has a global reputation for exquisite quality and its ski resorts are no exception. Spectacular alpine scenery, world class skiing and charming village resorts have created an exclusive and indulgent winter destination. The Swiss Alps claim some of the highest peaks, creating a dramatic backdrop that will take even the most seasoned skier’s breath away. A high altitude guarantees a long season and great snow cover. Many destinations have glaciers, making them completely snow sure. Skimming alongside international borders, resorts are filled with an assortment of nationalities and cultures. A stay in Zermatt even gives you the opportunity to ski to Italy for a prosecco lunch.
Andermatt Luxury Chalets
Andermatt went from Switzerland’s best kept secret to one of the alps’ most up and coming resorts. Make the most of uncrowded piste and untouched snow while you can. Infamous among advanced skiers for many years, recent regeneration has transformed the ski area to attract a wider range of abilities.
The town rests in the Urseren Valley with a river running through the centre. It has maintained its original character despite the recent boom in development. Wander along pretty streets and stop at one of many bars. Or take a ride on the one of a kind après ski bar train.
Crans-Montana Luxury Chalets
If you seek breath-taking views and idyllic mountain scenery, Crans-Montana is a crowd stopper. Panoramic views of Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn stretch across the Rhone valley below. Explore 140km of uncrowded piste with a fast and well connected lift system.
The diverse ski area offers something for everyone, and a summer golf course is transformed into a winter wonderland where beginners can have an unusual start to their skiing adventure.
Relax back in a sunny town centre on the terraces of the many cafes and bar. Shopping is plentiful and a must visit for fashionistas, who will find the best international brands.
Davos Luxury Chalets
The highest city in Europe, Davos offers abundant shopping, apres ski and entertainment. Non skiers can enjoy casinos, museums, art galleries and Europe’s biggest natural ice rink. There are areas to stay that suit all tastes, whether you want to relax and unwind, or be right in the centre of the action.
The ski area is sprawling but linked by a regular bus service. Five different mountains give you a new place to discover each day of the week. Cruise down endlessly long pistes, starting from snowy peaks and stretching all the way down into the tree lined valley.
Grimentz Luxury Chalets
Everybody passionate about snowsports is determined to gatekeep this fabulous resort. If you’re looking for pristine slopes without the crowds, Grimentz is the destination for you. 220km of piste has more than enough to challenge beginners and intermediates. But it’s the accessible, untouched off-piste where Grimentz shines. Make fresh tracks across incredible bowls without getting up at the crack of dawn.
With less than 500 residents, Grimentz has maintained an alpine charm lost in larger Swiss resorts. Traditional restaurants, local wine, and interesting historical sites are sure to warm your soul when you’re not on the slopes.
Grindelwald Luxury Chalets
With dramatic views of the Eiger and access to the ski areas of Grindelwald, Wengen and Mürren, there is plenty of piste to inspire and delight. A winter break here feels incredibly idyllic. Carve your way across slopes lined with trees and a traditional cog railway.
Appreciate a destination full of originality and character. With picturesque cobbled streets and a lively nightlife scene, the town centre has a wonderful ambience that makes it perfect for a sunset stroll.
Gstaad Luxury Chalets
The original resort for those aspiring to alpine glamour. The ski area is idyllic and perfect for a wholesome family break. Thanks to the glacier, you can enjoy a long winter season with great snow.
The preference of royalty and the superrich, Gstaad approaches everything with an understated elegance. Shopping is fantastic, ranging from high end boutiques to local artisan products. There is an abundance of gourmet food, whether you crave hearty mountain classics or innovative fine dining. And après ski is sophisticated but with a few fun and quirky independent bars.
Klosters Luxury Chalets
This royal favourite has somehow managed to fly under the radar. An unspoiled alpine farming town, Klosters offers adorable chocolate box architecture and winding streets full of chic bars, restaurants, and boutiques. With easy links to neighbouring Davos, the highest city in Europe, you’ll never run out of things to do, whether you’re looking for cosiness and tradition or the luxuries of a modern metropolis.
The Davos/ Klosters ski area offers a picturesque 320km ski area and endless variety. With a large proportion of black runs, accessible backcountry, and wide pistes near the village, every skier comes home satisfied.
La Tzoumaz Luxury Chalets
You don’t need to sacrifice an immense ski area for a quiet mountain retreat. La Tzoumaz is a small and traditional version of its cousin Verbier, with family-friendly activities and cosy restaurants.
La Tzoumaz has a small ski area of its own and flawless access to the infamous 4 Valles, one of the world’s top five lift-linked ski areas. Highspeed lifts will catapult you across 410km of piste. Intermediate and advanced skiers will have more than enough to challenge them, as well as life-changing views across the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc. Beginners are in the perfect spot, as the easiest skiing to be found is on the way back to the village.
Nendaz Luxury Chalets
Exceptional mountain scenery and access to one of the world’s largest ski areas. Nendaz might be one of the most underrated resorts in the Swiss Alps. This quaint village is a dreamy mix of old Valais architecture with elegant modern design. Just a few lifts away from the glitzy resort of Verbier, Nendaz offers a Four Valleys experience without the price tag.
On the slopes, 410km of piste climbs up to 3,300m. This gives you endless variety and pristine snow conditions. Pair the great pisted opportunities with some of the most accessible backcountry in the world and you have your dream ski holiday.
Saas Fee Luxury Chalets
Visitors will have a pure Swiss experience in this beautiful town. Traditional chalets and farms houses are sprinkled throughout a car free village. Terraces sprawl out across the main street, the perfect place for sunset drinks after a fun packed day on the slopes. Foodies will love the great food scene with cosy alpine specialties and a good selection of fine dining.
Surrounded by 4000m peaks, including the immense Dom, this is a resort for mind blowing scenery and excellent snow conditions. Wide open piste overlooking stunning surroundings make for relaxing and refreshing days of exploring.
St Moritz Luxury Chalets
Even without the outstanding skiing, the exclusive St Moritz is a destination all on its own. Resting in the heart of a frozen lake district and surrounded by 4000m peaks guarding the Italian border, this is truly splendid alpine scenery.
St Moritz is popular for fantastic powder, modern lifts and a diverse ski area. There is ample snow, but the sun is almost constantly shining. Feast on an indulgent mountain meal on the terrace of one of over 30 mountain restaurants. Iconic among the superrich, this is a resort for extravagance. Expect glitzy nightlife, abundant shopping and opulent spas.
Verbier Luxury Chalets
Verbier is a favourite among experts, but this immense ski area offers something for everyone. Endless slopes and accessible back country make Verbier the ultimate resort to push your limits.
Verbier has an art of bringing together Swiss originality, intense snow sports lovers and a laid-back cosmopolitan crowd. This is the place to be seen for the uber cool seeking alpine chic. Nightlife is vibrant and features some of the most iconic clubs in the alps.
It is a magnet for luxury chalets so expect a multitude of choice and some of the most decadent homes in the alps.
Zermatt Luxury Chalets
An authentic town, snow sure slopes and the majestic Matterhorn. Skiing here offrs scenic highlights at every turn. This is a cruising resort for all abilities but is the epitome of exhilarating off piste itineraries.
The town has a quaint, old world feel. Cobbled, car free streets are filled with horse drawn carriages and café terraces. Wander down the Bahnhofstrasse and shop an exquisite selection of brands and boutiques. Savour Michelin star food from the culinary hot spot of the alps. Or plunge headfirst into the glamourous après ski, with a great live music scene and plenty of trendy bars.