15 Luxury Ski Resorts Around The World For A Winter Retreat

15 Luxury Ski Resorts Around The World For A Winter Retreat

Ski season is just around the corner and we can’t think of a better way to spend the day than hitting the slopes followed by an evening by the fire and a luxurious pampering session unlike any other. If the prospect of a winter wonderland is too good to pass up, check out Compare Retreats selection of the world’s most exclusive ski retreats: from picture perfect chalets to secluded sanctuaries, these are the resorts that will have you reaching for your credit card in no time at all…

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Hôtel Le Pashmina

This five-star facility is in the iconic Val Thorens region and features rooms, suites, apartments, and igloo pods that sleep up to eight people. Though located in the world’s largest ski area, it prides itself on exclusivity. Hôtel Le Pashmina boasts a high-altitude spa unlike any other. The spa—which is operated by l’Occitane—adopts a low-tech approach, trading in technology and machinery for age-old practices and healing traditions. Treatments are tailored to high-altitude needs, making this the perfect stop for tired skin and aching muscles after a day on the slopes.

Prices start from $174 per night | hotelpashmina.com

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Le Strato

For a truly immersive winter wonderland experience, look no further than Le Strato. Located in Courchevel 1850, a quaint town situated in between Tignes and Valloire in France, guests can choose between accommodation in the luxury hotel’s rooms and suites, a private chalet or the self-contained apartments. No matter your preference, you’ll have access to the So Spa, an 800-square-metre facility that boasts a luxurious, heated indoor pool.

Price available on request | hotelstrato.com

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Suvretta House

This five-star ski resort in Switzerland’s Engadin Valley dates back more than 100 years. Having stood the test of time, it has played host to intrepid explorers, athletes and the like. After a day in one of nature’s finest outdoor playgrounds, guests have the option of retreating back to their luxurious accommodation, indulging in one of many spa treatments on offer, or continuing their fitness journey at the hotel’s wellness facilities, which offer strength and conditioning classes, water workouts and more.

Prices start from $523 per night | suvrettahouse.ch

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Copperhill Mountain Lodge

Located in Are, a short connecting flight away from Stockholm, The Copperhill Mountain Lodge boasts 112 rooms and suites, as well as an award-winning spa. Featuring outdoor baths, indoor saunas, and wall-to-ceiling natures to take in the surrounding natural beauty, the hotel also offers private spas, available for those in search of a more intimate moment. After a day on the slopes (which can be reached from the hotel’s own helipad), the spa uses a range of Elemis skincare to soothe tired, sun-worn skin.

Price on request | copperhill.se

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Le Grand Bellevue

In Gstaad, Switzerland, each room at Le Grand Bellevue is designed to feel like its own private chalet. Boasting unparalleled views of the picturesque, alpine region, the hotel has an on-site ski shop to help active guests travel with ease. The 3,000 square-metre spa is split into 17 different wellness zones and is inclusive of an outdoor pool, herbal sauna, ice fountain, salt inhalation grotto and Turkish steam baths. There are also chauffeur-driven tours of the area and floral jamming sessions that guests can arrange to take part in during their downtime, after a day on the slopes.

Price on request | bellevue-gstaad.ch

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Puma Lodge

This boutique, exclusive property in the Chilean Andes features just 24 guest rooms, each boasting views of the Cachapoal River and lush greenery. While it’s not strictly snow-season in Chile, this five-star facility helps guests arrange all manner of excursions, from trekking to horseback riding and rock-climbing, to heli-skiing adventures in the winter months. The Los Cipreses Spa features three outdoor hot tubs and offers everything from aromatherapy to hot stone and exfoliating treatments.

Prices start from $225 per night | noihotels.com

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Llao Llao

In the Patagonian town of Bariloche, this exclusive resort rests among an 18-hole golf course. The 15-hectare property also boasts five restaurants. For those looking for an all-inclusive retreat, spa and wellness programmes are available for between two and six days in length. And in the winter months, the resort’s location—just 20-minutes drive from the iconic Catedral Alta ski resort—comes in particularly useful, with over 1,400 hectares or ski and snowboarding terrain at your doorstep.

Price on request | llaollao.com

The Green Leaf

In the Asian skiing capital of Niseko, Japan, The Green Leaf is a hotel and onsen designed by a team of award-winning New York architects. The 200-room hotel boasts as much aesthetic appeal on the inside as its exteriors, with artwork by the acclaimed artist Emi Shiratori lining the walls. The on-site spa offers a range of holistic wellness therapies and massages to help reboot after a long day outdoors, while the onsen and natural rock pools are cooled to a temperable 40 degrees.

Price on request | thegreenleafhotel.com

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Matakauri Lodge

An outdoor adventurer’s paradise, Queenstown is home to some of the southern hemisphere’s finest slopes. In the winter season, skiing and heli-skiing are popular pastimes, while private cruises and helicopter tours are available year-round. At the Matakauri Lodge, cottages and suites boast panoramic views, while the spa boasts views of nearby Cecil Peak and Lake Wakatipu. Signature treatments include a hot stone massage and aroma-soul body scrub.

Price on request | robertsonlodges.com

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Hotel Jerome

In the heart of the quaint resort town of Aspen, Colorado, the historic Hotel Jerome provides access to more than 120 miles of hiking and cycling trails, as well as seemingly endless ski trails. The newly resorted rooms are equipped with custom furniture, Nespresso coffee machines, and all the luxury perks you could want for. They’re also serviced twice-daily by housekeeping, keeping your home away from home in the best possible condition. The hotel spa uses exclusive True Nature Botanicals, treating you and your skin to a pampering treatment unlike any other.

Price on request| hoteljerome.aubergeresorts.com

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Four Seasons Whistler

The Four Seasons boasts the only five-star resort in Whistler, and it boasts the only star-rated spa on the mountain. At the foothills of the mountains, the resort has a dedicated ski concierge on site, catering to every whim of expectant skiers. With guest rooms, suites and private accommodation designed to serve as your home away from home, they can even play host to spa treatments, for those looking for a little-added intimacy.

Price on request | fourseasons.com

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Stein Eriksen Lodge

Located in Deer Valley, Utah, the Stein Eriksen Lodge boasts spacious rooms of 700 square foot, that sleep between two and four people. Utah’s only five-star spa offers guests a range of treatments and includes couples rooms, plunge baths and a sauna. There is a wellness schedule available to all guests looking to indulge their healthy habits during their stay. During the winter months, outdoor ice skating, skiing at Deer Valley, snowmobile rides and horsedrawn sleigh rides are all popular pastimes.

Prices start from $330 per night | steinlodge.com

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W Verbier

Over 1,500 metres above sea level, the W Verbier retreat boasts over 400km of hiking and skiing territory on its doorstep. The luxury hotel and resort has 123 intimate rooms and suites, six bars and restaurants on-site. After a long day on the slopes, the luxurious AWAY Spa makes for the perfect place to unwind, with its own hammam, jacuzzi and multiple steam rooms on offer to guests.

Prices start from $700 per night | marriott.com

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Aya Niseko

Aya Niseko, a luxurious contemporary design resort, sits perched at the bottom of one of the region’s most popular ski runs. Accommodation ranges from studio apartments to sprawling penthouses, suitable for everyone from solo travellers to large parties with an occasion to celebrate. With an onsen within easy reach and a luxurious spa on-site, Aya Niseko draws upon age-old healing traditions within a contemporary environment to leave guests feeling refreshed, recharged and ready to face the year ahead.

Price available on request | ayaniseko.com

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Amangani

The wild, wild west takes on a whole new dimension come winter, and Wyoming’s Jackson Hole is no exception. Days start and end surrounded by the region’s stunning wildlife, while more than 1000 hectares of skiing terrain awaits in the distance. Amangani boasts views of Yellowstone and the Grand Teton National Parks in the distance, while the Jackson Hole Ski Resort is just a 20-minute drive. Once guests have retreated back to the luxury resort for the end of the day, they have their choice of treatment from an extensive spa menu.

Price available on request | aman.com

Amanda Sheppard

The former Art & Culture editor at Time Out Hong Kong magazine, Amanda is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Asia's world city. Amanda grew up in Asia, loves hiking, stand up paddle boarding, and a day well spent outdoors. Her last holiday sunrise trekking along Indonesian volcanic landscapes gave her a taste of the healthy holiday bug, and she’s been on the lookout for her next great adventure ever since.

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