Top Ski Resorts in Europe

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Choosing the right ski resort is just as important as choosing the right time of year is to ski. You want to be sure there is cornucopia of snow and space for your time to be enjoyable. You also want to be sure the resort offers great food, lifts & short lines, trails, and nightlife. In order to make your potential ski trip planning a little easier, below you can find a list of the top ski resorts in Europe.

Lech Zürs am Alberg, Austria
Attractions:
Trails & Runs, Scenery, Restaurants & Food
Lech and Zurs, are the most popular resorts in Austria. With the recent extension of Lech’s renewed town, a gondola connection to Warth, interest in this area is continuously growing. Warth improves off-piste and piste skiing simply by being the snowiest incline in the Alps.
Lodging:
Hotel Arlberg has warmly-designated lodgings as well as an enticing spa.

St. Anton am Arlberg, Austria
Attractions:
Nightlife
St. Anton is a lively and historic town. It offers hiking trails, sleigh rides, intermediate- to expert-skiing, and hosts the ski world championships.
Lodging:
Raffl’s St Antonnerhof is a cutting edge Tyrolean inn that is is situated in the the focal point of town.

St. Moritz, Switzerland
Attractions:
Restaurants & Food
Known for it’s top-notch inns, eateries, shopping, and winter sporting events, St. Mortiz delivers a notorious exquisite atmosphere.
Lodging:
Badrutt’s Palace Hotel has been welcoming A-list celebrities with it’s world-class service and amenities since 1896.

Courchevel, France
Attractions:  
Nightlife,Trails & Runs, Lifts & Short Lines
Courchevel is well-known for its extravagant boutiques, A-list  celebrities, and heated asphalt.
Lodging: Many of France’s five-star hotels in France, are located in Courchevel. Among the list of elegant hotels are L’Apogée Courchevel, Cheval Blanc Courchevel, and Hotel De Charme Les Airelles.

Megève, France
Attractions: Lodging and food
Often compared to St. Moritz, Megève’s delivers fabulous eating alternatives as well as beautiful skiing experiences and lively excitement.
Lodging: The only chef in the Alps to be granted three Michelin stars, Emmanuel Renaut, operates the dining options at Flocons de Sel hotel.

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Safa living in Munich, Germany. Lover of life hacks, sport and a cold beer on a warm day