SHORT & SWEET
20th September 2017
The festive period is exhausting; less & less people are making it out skiing; Buck this trend & squeeze in a short getaway. NEW
Short breaks are the way to go…
And especially deserved after the Christmas-New Year period.
VIP SKI are making this to happen:
Take a sweet four-day ski break to the Alps in any of VIP’s 62 chalets and hotels.
This year Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve fall on a Sunday.
So VIP SKI’s December holidays are running Wednesday-Wednesday until the four-day short break in January.
Extend your winter festivities and visit one of VIP SKI’s 10 snowy destinations.
Some tempting options:
Hotel Montjola, St Anton, Austria
The hotel is close to the glamorous party strip, but above the two main lifts ensures a quiet night’s sleep.
A four-night stay at Hotel Montjola, arriving 3rd January, costs from £649pp.
This includes return flights to Friedrichshafen, coach transfers, accommodation, four-day half-board catering and ski and snowboard hosting.
Hotel Theodul, Lech, Austria
The chocolate box resort of Lech is so worth it; for one day, a weekend, a never-ending holiday…
Hotel Theodul offers a giant sauna, steam room, massage suites, a gym and a top lounge and restaurant.
A four-nights, arriving 3rd January, costs from £753pp.
This includes return flights to Friedrichshafen, coach transfers, accommodation, four-day hotel half-board catering and ski and snowboard hosting.
Altitude Lodge, Les Gets, France
The Altitude Lodge is a small hotel that offers guests two private lounges with the feel of a chalet.
The hotel has its own bar, terrace and restaurant, which are accessible to skiers from the piste throughout the day.
The small hotel offers a flexible evening menu for the 19-29 guests.
A four-night stay, arriving 3rd January, costs from £809pp.
The price includes return flights to Geneva, coach transfers, accommodation, breakfast and four-day VIP hotel catering.
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