Switzerland´s most iconic skiing village. It´s easy and wide slopes and amazing apré-ski makes this place unique…
It´s typical swiss village has wooden houses and its streets are full of high-end-luxury boutiques and the best international brands.
Ladies dress up at night with jewelery and big fur coats to fight the low temperatures while they walk on the snow with their high heels.
Stay at the Gstaad Palace hotel, a beautiful fairytale palace on the top of a little mountain in the middle of the village. Its restaurants Gildo Ristorante and Le Grill are always fully booked!
Dance at Greengo, the marvellous and fun disco where you´ll find all the rich and famous.
Very exclusive: Eagle Club. An only-by-invitation club in the Wassengrat slopes. If you are lucky you may have a chance to have lunch there….
The other ultra cool Swiss skiing resort. With more than 350km of prepared slopes, it is best considered by good skiers. St.Mortiz is situated in the germanic swiss area, and you can notice that in their architecture. The landsacpe that surrounds the slopes is breathtaking with the view of a huge iced lake where polo competitions are held.
Recover yourself of the hard sport by downing five-star fondue in a slope-side farmhouse.
Stay at the Badrutts Palace it is a one-life experience: service is superb, they have the best breakfast ever with a sophisticared lady playing the arp while you are deciding on how you would like the eggs that morning, and the hotel is absolutelly fabulous!
Try its world-famous Nobu japanese restaurant and Chesa Veglia the best and hippest italian in town.
Do not miss Kulm Hotel another extremelly good five star hotel and La Barraca a fun having restaurant in a stall where people always end dancing on the tables.
Located on the French Alps Trois Vallées, next to Europes highest Summit, Le Montblac you´ll find the largest ski area in the world with more than 600km.
Probably the best place to combine that famous “joie de vivre” with a skiing vacation.
Aprè-ski is better with six Michelin-awarded fine dining restaurants and a diversified range of non-skiing leisure activities. The resort is also known for its festive and glamorous nightlife that contributes to its international appeal.
Stay at The Cheval Blanc the LVMH branded hotel that has only 34 rooms. This ski-in ski-out chalet is the perfect setting for highly-curated Alpine holidays where you can find luxury shops, spa and fine dining. The best in French cuisine is available in the Le 1947 restaurant while after dinner cocktails can be enjoyed by the open fireside in the hotel bar.
Dine at Courchevel´s top gourmand offer: Le Chabichou, the 2-Star Michelin french eatery situated in the heart of the village.
Very exclusive: Le Cap Horn located at Bas de la piste des Suisses isn’t as daunting as it looks, given the winter terrace of fur-trimmed ski bunnies in stilettos that flock to their billionaire boyfriends for post-slope nourishment in one of the mountains chicest dining rooms. Its new upper level Yacht Club where entrance is for member’s and VIPs only.