A massively popular holiday in Asia, it is almost impossible to book a hotel unless done way in advance. This is your chance to get organized and book that perfect ski holiday whilst avoiding the inevitable panic of where to go for Chinese New Year! Here are some examples from Niseko, Whistler and all over the European alps of where to go and what type of accommodation they offer.


Availability in Niseko is non-existent unless you can get in there early. Renowned for its powder, Niseko is a skiiers paradise with many ski in – ski out properties around. Some of our favourites include The Vale and Shiki Niseko, both of which have luxuriously modern interiors and ideal central locations.


Val d’Isere – Definitely the glitziest of the French resorts, Val d’isere boasts a thriving apres-ski vibe, internationally renowned ski schools and a large variety of ski runs for all standards.

Courchevel – Made up of four villages, you can choose whether to stay in the boutique-filled, party central or in a more rustic, quieter village further down the road. All are superbly located by the slopes with many ski in – ski out chalets and hotels.

Meribel – A fashionable place to ski, Meribel is linked to both Courchevel and Val Thorens meaning that it offers a large variety of runs and off-piste. With many catered chalets and buzzing apres-ski this is a great destination with teenagers.

Chamonix – Seen by many to be the thriving capital of the alps, Chamonix is classy and full of gorgeous hamlets and chalets making it an incredibly attractive destination.

Megeve – This the Parisien aristocracy’s favourite and is, unsurprisingly, chic, traditional and elegant. Known for its horse-drawn carts, fur coats and rustic boutique hotels, it is also perfect for an intermediate skiier or family.


Zermatt – With horse-drawn carts, no cars and picturesque chalets, Zermatt is a stunning resort. Sheltering beneath the imposing Matterhorn it has excellent skiing and a great vibe at night.

Verbier – Without a doubt the trendiest resort in Switzerland, Verbier pulls in the elite youth of today. It has fantastic bars and nightclubs, good and solid skiing and enough off-piste to keep the professionals occupied.

St. Moritz –  One of the most exclusive resorts in the alps and the favourite of the Royal Family, St. Moritz certainly lives up to its Glitzy yet elegant image.


With its solidly consistent snow record and a large array of activities both on and off the piste (husky dog sledding, heliskiing, tubing to name a few) Whistler has something to offer everyone. The perfect family destination, it boasts many internationally renowned ski schools and also has a thriving apres-ski vibe in the town centre. We particularly recommend The Four Seasons and The Fairmont Chateau for their outstanding locations and first class accommodation.

Properties for CNY Ski Holidays

Shiki Niseko

Niseko, Japan

Ideally located amidst Niseko’s resort hub, Hirafu, SHIKI is a stones throw from renowned restaurants & bars. Complete with a relaxation spa & gymnasium, ground floor retail outlet…

Read More

Le Kaila

France, Meribel

Situated within the centre of Meribel, Le Kaila is the much anticipated luxury hotel with its own private elevator taking you directly to the slopes, that offers a whole new experience wit…

Read More

Hotel Le K2

Courchevel, France

Drawing on the excellence its sister property - Hotel Kilimandjaro - has achieved, Hotel le K2 opened in December 2011 and has been one of the top ski hotels in Courchevel since. The hote…

Read More

The Lodge

Verbier, Switzerland

The Lodge is an amazingly chic 9-bedroom chalet that sits atop the quiet forested area of the elite Verbier ski resort. Set against a stunning snow mountain backdrop and just minutes away fr…

Read More

The Vale Niseko

Niseko, Japan

The Vale Niseko offers exceptionally luxury apartments in a landmark property. From the outdoor thermal spa overlooking snow-capped mountains to the “ski chic" designer lobby, this award-w…

Read More

A Selection of CNY Ski Holidays Itineraries