Ski Guiding is Back for VIP SKI
24th November 2021
Last modified on December 7th, 2021
VIP SKI is offering free ski guiding at its new property in Arc 1950. It is available for the first two mornings of a holiday.
“Ever stare at a piste map and wonder where should I go on the first day of a ski holiday?” asks VIP SKI.
“Now you can enjoy time on the mountain with VIP SKI’s new complimentary ski guiding service” it answers.
It has partnered with the ESF to offer complimentary ski guiding on the first two mornings of a winter holiday when staying with VIP SKI at the new Bear Lodge Hotel.
Places are limited and available by prior reservation only.
The VIP SKI complimentary service is exclusively available to residents at the Bear Lodge in Arc1950.
Skiers and boarders must be competent on blue runs and capable on red pistes.
Instruction is not part of the complimentary guiding service.
The advantages of complimentary guiding include priority in any queues at lifts, finding the lesser-known pistes, and maximising time on the slopes.
“The ESF will lead guests to the softest snow, the sunniest views, and plenty of delicious hot chocolate stops. Pocket the piste map and revel in the pure heart-pumping pleasure of skiing,” said VIP SKI.
The guiding service is not available at Christmas, New Year, 13th and 20th February, 27th March or 3rd April.
VIP SKI has relaunched for this winter after going into administration following the onset Covid-19.
The company is a boutique chalet brand that has grown steadily over 30 years to feature more than 40 luxury chalets, CLUB Chalets and luxury ski hotels spread across five ski resorts in France.
VIP SKI does not include charter flights as part of the holiday arrangements anymore because it says “fewer guests wished to fit in with the rigid flight times and fixed departure airport”.
It says they prefer to make “alternative plans with their own favourite airline or regional airport.”
Next winter there will be a manned VIP SKI hospitality desk at Geneva which will be operated as VIP SKI’s transport hub.
It will offer a complimentary transfer service at set times and help guests that have booked to travel to resort independently.
Bear Lodge features comfy twins, family rooms or adjoining rooms for parents and teenage kids.
This 30-bedroom hotel includes a proper sized pool you can swim in, a spa with plenty of steam, piste-side kid’s space, gym and cinema.
A seven-night stay, from 10 April 2022, costs from £1,329 pp in a twin room.
This price includes cooked breakfast and dinner with choice of menu on seven days and return transfers from Geneva Airport.
Childcare from £279 per child for five and a half days.
VIP SKI – 0203 892 4060 or www.vip-chalets.com)
See here for more about Arc 1950.