How would you like to enjoy all the comforts of a European chalet holiday, in the luxury of an American home, with the added bonus of Colorado terrain and snowfall outside the back door? Skiworld are the only UK tour operator currently offering catered chalets in the US – here’s why we are such big believers, and why you should be too:
1. More Powder to the Pound
Up-front costs may be more with an American ski holiday (not always), but once in resort, you can get more for your money than you would in Europe, both in terms of the amount of snow (which has been great this year already) and the amount you get for your money with the pound’s more favourable exchange rate to the dollar than the euro.
2. Delicious Homely Chalet Catering
Having all your food pre-paid and home cooked means you can avoid constantly eating out in American restaurants, which we know can be a full on experience for the wallet (and the waistline)! But don’t worry, lunchtimes are still there for you to try out the resort’s finest eateries… the best of both!
3. Local Knowledge
Your very own chalet host is there with you, not only to pamper, provide for and clean up after you, but also to give inside tips on all the ski area secrets and aprés advice you may otherwise miss.
4. Longer Stays
All of our European chalet holidays last 7 nights, but with US chalet stays you have the option to extend your stay from 7 to 10, 11 or 14 nights. And more skiing can only be a good thing.
5. Quieter Slopes
You may have accepted long lift queues and busy pistes as part and parcel of chalet holidays. These may be common currency in Europe, however they are much rarer phenomena in the US, leaving you at one with the Great American Outdoors.
6. Keep Skiing at the Heart of Your Holiday
Having your catering taken care of means you can focus on what really matters – enjoying the great Colorado outdoors, and spending a truly amazing holiday with those who matter most.
See our amazing deals on chalets in Vail and Breckenridge – we still have availability for December and January.