Hotels on ski slopes

Sat, Nov 16, 2013, 01:00

DV Boutique and Spa, South Tyrol, Italy
A schuss from the slopes, this hotel exudes warm chic, with its wide-plank floors, wooden beams and strewn animal skins. Some rooms have free-standing baths beside four-poster beds. The spa specialises in thalassotherapy, and also has an ice-waterfall to counter the heated, herbal Turkish bath. The chef sources local food. Doubles from €210.

Les Servages d’Armelle, Flaine aux Carroz D’araches, France
At the top of the village, this chalet-hotel, of 10 rooms, sits at the end of a ski slope. It has a lodge look with wood and granite walls, stripped floorboards, wooden beams, leather, ponyskin and cow hides, and open fires. Some suites have a private hot tub and hammam. It’s between Geneva and Chamonix. Doubles from €220.

El Lodge Sierra Nevada, Granada, Spain
Ellodge. com
With log-cabin chic styled by interior designer Andrew Martin, this high hotel is positioned between two ski slopes. Further altitudinous sport can be had in the swimming pool on a fur-strewn terrace. There’s a spa at this level too while Pilates and yoga can be arranged for a post-ski stretch. It is 30km from Granada. Doubles from €305.

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