If You Don't Mind Breaking The Bank For Luxury, Check Out These 8 Cabins
You're probably too poor to visit one of these ski chalets, but that's okay, because so am I. That doesn't mean we can't dream together.
The Chalet Spa in Verbier has an infinity pool, seven-person jacuzzi, gym, house masseuse and chef, sauna, designer fireplace and just about anything else you could want. Not to mention the scenic mountains that are perfect for skiing, which is why you'd go in the first place (right?). You basically have no reason not to book this now, as long as you can afford the off-season price of $45,000-$60,000.
Located in Zermatt, Switzerland, Zermatt Peak is a beautiful chalet with all kinds of amenities, but nothing beats its views. And they don't display pricing on their website, so you know it's classy AF.
From Chalet N's website: "Chalet N’s guests can look forward to every imaginable comfort. These range from your own personal butler who offers you up-to-the-minute advice, takes your reservations and ensures that your personal award-winning chef fulfils your special menu requirements to the use of a fully equipped office. And of course we also offer a perfectly organised chauffeur service." The of course really gets me. Just too classy.
Ski here in winter, golf here when it gets warmer. If you wanted to stay here for Christmas, it would cost you about $31,000.
Das Kranzbach is described as a hotel, but it's a complete freakin' resort. There's a (ridiculously awesome) pool, yoga, golf, and, of course, skiing. It's huge and beautiful. Maybe I could actually afford to stay here some day (not including the cost of a plane ticket and all that)–it's about $291 per night during the holidays.
Big White is a popular luxury ski resort in British Columbia, Canada. Crescendo is located there, and it's fancy AF. And good news, it's "cheap." Only $3,750 per night during peak season.
The Lodge is one of the vacation retreats of Virgin Limited Edition. This means it's owned by eccentric billionaire Richard Branson and is thus the height of ridiculous hedonism. You can also get spa treatments and go snowshoeing. If you wanted to stay here for the week of Christmas, it would cost you $181,335.21.
Holiday pricing is $18,000 per night, but you get a 15,000 square foot home and a 300 acre ranch to play around on. So that's pretty cool.