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Refuge de Solaise, Val-d'Isère, France

If you are a winter sports lover that won't sacrifice staying in thoughtfully designed accommodations with the most uncompromising service quality, then look no further than our top three stylish ski hotels. They offer discerning creativity, breath taking views, food that warms the soul and proximity to the invigorating slopes.


Refuge de Solaise, Val-d'Isère, France

Nestled in the heart of a majestic mountain, staying at the Refuge de Solaise means going back to basics. It is to be a spectator of the sunrise and the sunset at 2551 meters of altitude.

The hotel has 16 rooms, divided into 5 categories. They can accommodate from 1 to 5 people. Some are open to the village and the valley, others to the mountains. Ancient woods, carefully combined fabrics, references to the traditional alpine heritage, plunge us into a decor and comfort that are rare at this altitude.


MIRAMONTI, Merano, Italy

Boasting a breath-taking view and surrounded by ancient woodlands, the MIRAMONTI was built on porphyry, and is located 1,230 m above sea level, high above the city of Merano. Pure bliss inside and out thanks to the expert guidance of hosts Carmen and Klaus and their 52 team members.

"We were looking for tranquility and nature. Luxury and modesty. Tradition and modernity. Beauty and freedom. And have found it all in Hafling/Avelengo. Located in the world famous Dolomites - we would like to welcoming you in a place that is both remarkable and unique; a place which posesses certain atmosphere, character and charm. We combine modern lifestyle with discreet, customized service. We value privacy and intimacy." - Carmen, Klaus and the MIRAMONTI Team.


Amangani, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA

In the foothills of the Tetons, near the snow-sports paradise of Jackson Hole, Amangani looks out across the mountains and plains of the Snake River Valley. Evoking the pioneering spirit of the Old West in its redwood and sandstone architecture, the all-season retreat invites guests to discover outdoor adventure and the extraordinary natural beauty of Wyoming.

A year-round destination, Jackson Hole is known for its snow sports in winter, and offers a multitude of activities in spring, summer and fall, from relaxing hikes to kayaking and thrilling white-water rafting. Whether heli-skiing from the highest peaks, fly fishing on the Snake River, horse riding through the forests cloaking the Tetons or venturing into the surrounding national parks including Teton and Yellowstone, nature’s magnificence will continually awe and inspire, no matter the season.



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