Inghams Launch Digital Brochure for Next Winter
28th July 2020
Last modified on August 3rd, 2020
The ski specialists are taking bookings for the 2020/21 season with the help of a new interactive brochure.
Planning for your holiday can be completed entirely online.
“Following lockdown, we know people are really looking forward to a well-deserved break in the mountains,” says Inghams CEO Paul Carter.
“With our offering for the 20/21 ski season collated into an interactive digital brochure, we’ll be saving paper and making it as easy as we can for our customers to get something in the diary to look forward to.
“We hope our winter ski season programme, alongside our In Safe Hands campaign, and our continual endeavour to do the right thing enables our customers to travel with confidence.
“Essentially, we would like skiers and snowboarders to feel they can start getting excited about hitting the slopes again.”
Inghams launched its ‘In Safe Hands’ pledge earlier this summer, as we reported:
Its aim is to give peace of mind to customers worried about the potential risk to their holidays from Covid-19.
Next winter the tour operator will be running holidays to 77 resorts across 8 countries, including some new destinations.
The online brochure includes hints & tips, details of the resorts and accommodation and what the company says are carefully-chosen flights from 15 regional airports.
There are chalets and chalet hotels, plus hotels and apartments in France, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, Andorra, Slovenia and Lapland.
New for Winter 2020-21
Hotel Parc Victoria, Cortina D’Ampezzo
Pension Angelo, Corvara
Hotel Mareo, Plan de Corones
Hotel Hermitage, Sauze d’Oulx
Hotel Alpine Palace and Hotel Gollinger, Hinterglemm
Hotel Bauer and Hotel Kendler, Saalbach
Hotel Lebzelter, Zell am See
Hotel Martinshof, Obergurgl
Hotel Tirol Lodge, Ellmau
Hotel Kitzhof, Kitzbuhel
Inghams are offering incentives to customers, including 50% off equipment hire or ski carriage when they pre-book their lift pass with them.
Deposits are from as little as £150 per person (£180 for Canada) for holidays booked before the end of September.
For skiers and snowboarders choosing to go self-catering and who may be concerned about eating out, Inghams is continuing its partnership with the oven-ready food delivery service, Huski.
Like much of the travel industry, Inghams and its parent company, Hotelplan UK, have been forced into big changes as a result of impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
In June it announced plans for a major restructuring: Hotelplan UK to close HQ and cut jobs.