When you are planning a ski vacation, you will find many accommodations available – hotels, condominiums, and private home rentals. They are all there, but it’s up to you to choose the best type of lodging for your traveling arrangements. Be it a quiet romantic ski getaway, a school vacation that includes the whole family, or an extended trip for serious skiing, I’ve experienced them all. Now I want to present some of the best hotels, accommodations and lodging that I’ve visited and stayed in.
What puts the Hotel Terra at the top of resort hotels striving to be green is that staying at the Hotel Terra you are so lapped in luxury you forget you are surrounded by conscious and countless choices made on your behalf that benefit the health of our planet.
Hotel Terra Photos
When you want to take your family on a ski vacation, Lake Tahoe is a wonderful destination and the Marriott Timber Lodge is a great location for both skiing and off-slope family activities.
Lake Tahoe Photos
Whenever I am offered a plateful of great ski resorts in fairly close proximity to each other I like to find lodging accommodations that offer ski-in/ski-out at one major area and the opportunity for either a shuttle ride or short drive to explore other resort in the region. I found all this and much more at the Resort at Squaw Creek.
Resort at Squaw Creek Photos
Teton Village Photos
Vancouver and Cypress Mountain Photos
Vail is a perfect location for a ski vacation, with plenty of activities for all ages, both on and off the slopes. On a recent trip to Vail, I stayed at the Vail Cascade Resort and literally walked out the door to the Chair 20 Lift. You can't get much better ski-in/ski-out access than that.