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This Amazing Ski Resort Hotels Should Be On Your Bucket List

Just in time for ski season, Luxuryes has compiled exclusively for you a list with five incredible ski resort hotels. Have you traveled in any of these amazing places? Share your experience in the comments sections below.
1. Cheval Blanc Courchevel , France
Operated by LVMH Hotel Management, the prestigious Jardin Alpin of Courchevel, Cheval Blanc Courchevel has been imagined as an exclusive contemporary haven. Set in the heart of the French Alps, the hotel features a Guerlain spa and Yannick Alléno’s 1947 restaurant.

2. Cristallo Hotel & Spa In Cortina d’Ampezzo in Italy
Cristallo Hotel & Spa
The Cristallo Hotel Spa & Golf reopened after 10 years in 2001, bringing an air of novelty to Cortina. Set in the Dolomites, it was designed by the master architect Gustavo Ghiretti, inspired by art nouveau in honour of noble Viennese traditions, dates from 1901.

3. Gstaad Palace , Switzerland
Gstaad Palace
Gstaad Palace is one of the last family-run luxury hotels combining perfectly grand-hotel glamour with alpine cosiness. The five-star hotel celebrated its 101-year old landmark, is offering impressive facilities including the Gstaad Palace spa and multiple fine-dining restaurants.

4. InterContinental Davos, Switzerland
Set in the spectacular Grisons Alps, InterContinental Davos or “the golden egg” offers a full facility conference area, trendsetting dining and lounge experiences in 3 restaurants and 2 bars, led by STUDIO GRIGIO on the 10th floor.

5. Suvretta House, In St. Moritz, Switzerland
Opened in 1912, Hotel Suvretta House is embedded in the fantastic alpine landscape of the Upper Engadine, offering 171 well-appointed comfortable rooms and ten spacious suites, where sophisticated hospitality is a living tradition. A ski lift located by the hotel takes winter sports fans directly to the base station of the Suvretta chair lift.

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