8 October 2010
Here’s a short round-up of some developments for the upcoming 2010 season.
Altitude Lodge in Les Gets, a luxurious ski-in, ski-out boutique hotel opens in December.
Inghams has launched Samoens resort, linked to the Grand Massif, which is a short transfer from Geneva.
Val D’Isere will host the inaugural British Criterium event from 05-19 December, to run alongside the Alpine Skiing World Cup event.
Kitzbuhel welcomes two new 5-star hotels: The Grand Tirolia Golf & Ski Resort and the Hotel Royal Spa Kitzbuhel.
The Green Leaf Niseko Village will reopen to guests 01 December 2010 after a multi-million yen investment to renovate the 200-room hotel, part of a multi-phased redevelopment plan.
Le Massif resort has received a £120m investment, with plans to build a rail connection the Quebec City, 45 miles away.
Hidden Range Resort in Banff is undergoing a £6.2m renovation to add hot pools, a sauna and 27 two-bedroom loft suites.
Kicking Horse Resort will open its fourth Alpine Super Bowl Area, featuring 15 advanced and expert chutes.
Inghams has introduced a 10-day ski tour with 4 nights in Banff, 3 in Panorama and 3 in Fernie.