All-Inclusive Holidays in European Alps

All-Inclusive Snow Holidays In The Alps, Europe

Boasting the highest mountains in Europe and spanning across three countries, the Alps are the darling of the snow world. From ski holidays in the Swiss Alps to snowboarding holidays in Italy or luxury chalet holidays in France, holidays to the Alps are an experience to remember. Discover now our new flexi package, designed with Asian guests in mind!

Alpe d'Huez

This brand new Resort faces due south, and enjoys sun over 300 days a year. Make the most of the broad terraces, with sweeping views of the surrounding summits. It's the perfect place to try the mountain lifestyle at any age, whether as a family, with friends or as a couple.

Grand Massif Samoëns Morillon

This brand new Club Med Resort, stands at an altitude of 1 600 metres (5.249 ft) is now open for all-inclusive skiing holidays.
Combining modernity with authenticity, the Resort's traditional architecture has been revamped by our interior designers to ensure you of a wonderfully cosy ambience. In the heart of the Grand Massif ski area enjoy a ski-in ski-out experience with family or friends and a fabulous panoramic view.

Les Arcs Panorama

Situated at the family-friendly Arcs 1600 ski resort, part of one of the biggest ski areas in the world, Paradiski®, the Les Arcs Panorama Resort is the perfect spot for downhill skiing alike.
Easily accessible, with breathtaking views, as well as being close to the pistes...
This new Resort offers all-inclusive ski breaks in the Alps, combining sport and relaxation for all ages.

Val Thorens Sensations

At an altitude of 2,300 metres, the highest ski resort in Europe offers the most fabulous skiing. The Resort was designed to enhance the mountain panorama to the full, with vast windows and south-facing terraces. The ski slopes depart direct from the Val Thorens Sensations Club Med Resort, for an all-inclusive skiing holiday that gives you maximum contact with the mountains in the most magnificent setting.

Valmorel

Valmorel Club Med is a must destination for an all-inclusive hedonistic French skiing holiday. At an altitude of 1,460 metres, just above the ski resort, Valmorel Club Med lies at the foot of the slopes in the heart of a wonderfully preserved Alpine environment.
Whether you're out to ski or just chill out, you'll enjoy your family holiday at Valmorel to the full.
The 5ψ Exclusive Space, "Le Lodge" has elegant Suites designed for those for whom only the very best is good enough.

Val d'Isère

A natural skiers' paradise on a world famous ski domain, Val d'Isère is a legendary resort in Savoy renowned for its perfect pistes.
At the foot of the pistes, your all-inclusive skiing holiday is guaranteed 100% pleasure for friends or couples.
Après-ski means sauna and indoor pool, in a super cool ambience.
Discover the Resort's Exclusive, private 5ψ Space with a fabulous view over the Massif de Solaise.

Serre-Chevalier

The vast Grand Serre-Chevalier ski area is all yours for your all-inclusive French skiing holiday. This is a perfect Resort for nature lovers and families. The natural stone and wood architecture set against the wooded slopes and larch trees is the ideal starting point for winter hikes through the National Parc des Ecrins. You'll find happiness as natural as breathing.

The Valmorel Chalet-Apartments

For your top-end all-inclusive skiing holiday, Club Med joined forces with the architect Pierre Diener. The Valmorel Chalet-Appartments have been beautifully designed to ensure you of an authentic and classy stay at the foot of the slopes. Come après-ski time, make the most of the Resort's great wellness facilities!

Peisey-Vallandry

Club Med Peisey-Vallandry offers the promise of an all-inclusive skiing holiday in the heart of the Tarentaise Valley.
This authentic, warm-hearted Resort blends in with the mountains, at an altitude of 1,600 metres.
Your winter sports holiday at Peisey-Vallandry is also a great opportunity to explore an unspoilt environment with kilometres of sublime skiing.

Tignes Val Claret

The famous French ski resort, Tignes Val Claret, rolls out 300 kms of intensely sporty pistes. The Club Med Resort nestled at the foot of the slopes will delight skiing enthusiasts and lovers of top level glacier skiing. This is an all-inclusive dream skiing holiday, with friendly, laid-back facilities where you'll love to share your daily exploits with family and friends in a festive, fun ambience.

Aime La Plagne

Aime la Plagne Club Med welcomes you for your all-inclusive skiing holiday In the heart of the Alps, in a warm and friendly environment, a beautifully preserved setting 2,000 metres high, just opposite Mont Blanc. The ideal choice for children and adults to learn to ski, enjoy the slopes at Aime la Plagne in a "home from home" ambience.

Arcs Extrême

At the foot of the slopes, Arcs Extrême Club Med is a sure-fire guarantee of a great, all-inclusive winter sports holiday.
Indulge your skiing skills on kilometres of great slopes, then enjoy a well-deserved break in your colourful, comfy accommodation before heading for a night on the dance floor.
An adults-only Resort, Arcs Extrême Club Med is the place to be for sport and "après-ski".

La Plagne 2100

The Paradiski domain welcomes you for an all-inclusive skiing holiday in the French Alps. The contemporary shapes of La Plagne 2100 Club Med lie at the foot of the pistes, a 100% ski-in ski out destination for skiers and snowboarders alike. And after the thrills of the slopes, the whirling warmth of a hot tub awaits you for the start of your after-ski session.

Cervinia

While the Club Med Resort breathes the pure air of the peaks at 2,050 metres (6,725 ft), the hotel - with its original decor and authentic materials - is a luxurious mountain refuge and provides a cosy, convivial setting for relaxing at the Club Med Spa by DECLÉOR and meeting up with the rest of the family.
Our Cervinia Winter Sports Resort provides access to a fascinating Italo-Swiss ski domain with some of the highest pistes in Europe.

Pragelato Vialattea

Pragelato is the perfect destination for your all-inclusive Club Med skiing holiday in Italy. Perched at an altitude of 1,600 metres, the Resort chalets welcome you for an authentic, peaceful holiday. The superb Via Lattea ski area is a skiers' paradise, with the reward of Italian gastronomy and mountain specialities to savour on your return from the slopes.

Saint-Moritz Roi Soleil

Come and discover the Grisons ski area in Haute Engadine, Switerland. At 1,750 metres, St Moritz Roi Soleil Club Med offers a unique experience for your all-inclusive skiing holiday. Enjoy the great Alpine ski slopes and cross-country trails, and the sublime setting of this cosmopolitan ski resort, the historic birthplace of Alpine skiing. The Swiss Alps are a great choice for the whole family, young and old.

More information about European Alps...

Why the European Alps Are Paradise for Ski Lovers

Skiing is a deep rooted culture in the European Alps, as it was used as a means of transportation hundreds of years before it became the recreational activity it is today.

With this in mind, if you’re looking to experience a classic ski holiday complete with quaint medieval villages and luxurious mountaintop chalets, the Alps should be high on your list.

The European Alps are known for having some of the best ski terrain in the world, with well-groomed pistes and steep slopes that boast extremely varied terrain. Of course, there’s plenty of terrain suitable for beginners and intermediate skiers as well, and most ski resorts in Alps also have ski schools with lessons to suit every skill level.

Aside from incredible ski terrain, ski resorts in the Alps are also known for their stunning views, world-class dining and a unique après-ski experience. What more could you ask for?

Best Time to Ski and Enjoy Winter Sports in the Alps

If you’re hoping to enjoy a ski or winter sport holiday in the Alps, it’s important to time your visit right. Although the ski season can start as early as November and last until the end of April, the best time for guaranteed snow in Alps tends to be February or March.

Another excellent time of year for skiing in the Alps is around Christmas and New Year during the Singaporean school holidays. So if you want to experience an unforgettable white Christmas in the Alps, be sure to book your flights and accommodation well in advance.

Visiting later in the ski season can be great too, though, as the days will be longer and likely sunnier which means you’ll have more time to enjoy the slopes.

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