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The Luxury Hotel Insider: Exclusive luxury hotel deals, features and special rates from the luxury hotel experts at Five Star Alliance.
Named one of Tripbase's Best Luxury Travel Blogs for 2011, below are Five Star Alliance's newest articles featuring exclusive information on luxury hotels worldwide including special offers and deals at the world's best hotels.

| By: Rachael Weir

Ideal for groups of six, the Bi-Level Two Bedroom Suites at the Waldorf Astoria Park City provide a luxe residential setting and one-of-a-kind mountain views from every window. Learn more about the suite below the photo featuring the view from the suite's private balcony.

Bi-Level Two Bedroom Suite Balcony at Waldorf Astoria Park City

On the main floor is a spacious living room with two fireplaces and a queen-size sofa bed. There's also a fully-equipped kitchen with appliances, dishware, and a dining table, as well as a full-sized washer and dryer. Along with a king-sized bedroom and a full-sized bathroom. Continue reading below the photo of the suite's living room.

Bi-Level Two Bedroom Suite Living Room at Waldorf Astoria Park City

Additional privacy is available on the upstairs level with a luxe master bath and a private king-sized bedroom. Continue reading below the photo of the upstair bedroom in the Bi-Level 2 Bedroom Suite. 

Bi-Level Two Bedroom Suite Bedroom at Waldorf Astoria Park City

For guests booking for stays through April 7, 2019, the property is offering a Fourth Night Free Promotion*. Search for stays of 4 nights, and look for the "Another Day In Paradise" Offer.

FIVE STAR ALLIANCE PERK: Guests booking the "5 Star Signature Package" rate will also receive full breakfast for two daily in Powder (maximum $60 daily per room), a $100 spa credit per stay, and premium in-room WiFi. 

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*Please note, the Another Day In Paradise/Fourth Night Free promotion is subject to availability and not combinable with any other offer. Valid for stays of four or more nights January 2 to April 7, 2019. Blackout dates: January 24-31, 2019 and February 15-20, 2019. Offer may end at any time. 


| By: Rachael Weir

Providing a classic New England experience year-round, Stowe Mountain Lodge offers a luxury retreat in Vermont. Featuring four seasons of activities, the ski-in/ski-out resort is surrounded by natural beauty, with 36 holes of golf on two unique courses, spa, and a variety of activities like ziplining and snowshoeing. Continue reading below the photo. 

Stowe Mountain Lodge at Winter

For an exclusive setting that is ideal for families or groups looking for more privacy, the resort's Four Bedroom Mountain Cabin is a slopeside condo with four bedrooms spread throughout three levels. Two of the bedrooms are master bedrooms with king beds, and connecting en-suite bathrooms offering over-sized bathtubs. The other two bedrooms (one with a queen-sized bed and the other with a twin-over-double bunk bed) are located on the patio level with an additional full bathroom. While the walk-out patio has a hot tub with panoramic views. 

Within the cabin there are two living spaces for gathering to relax or socialize. There's a stone fireplace, large windows with mountain vistas, and LCD TVs. Read more below the living room photo.

Mountain Cabin Living Room at Stowe Mountain Lodge

In addition, the cabin has a full gourmet kitchen with New England styling, and all the appliances needed to create in-cabin meals to remember. Plus, an adjacent dining room with Vermont views. Read more below the photo.

Mountain Cabin Gourmet Kitchen at Stowe Mountain Lodge

Stowe Mountain Lodge is located at the base of Mount Mansfield. Amidst green mountains, the resort offers an authentic landscape with four distinct seasons. Influenced by local culture and style, the property provides alpine luxury surrounded by lakes, woodlands, covered bridges, and rustic architecture. 

Five Star Alliance Perk: Reservations booked under the "5 Star Signature Package" rate will also include Vermont breakfast for two daily in Solstice Restaurant and a $100 food and beverage credit per room/per stay.

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| By: Rachael Weir

Taking Alpine luxury to a new level, the Panorama Suite at The Alpina Gstaad is a 400-square-meter duplex apartment. Occupying two floors, the suite has three bedrooms and one-of-a-kind Swiss Alps views to the north and to the south. Centered around a main living room with a grand fireplace, the residential-style retreat opens onto a large terrace. On the other side of the lounge, a hidden kitchen provides an ideal place for guests to create in-suite cuisine. Read more below the photo.

Panorama Suite at The Alpina Gstaad

The master bedroom has a private retreat with its own fireplace, walk-in dressing area, and private balcony. Plus, an ultra-luxe bathroom with marble-clad walls, mirror with built-in TV screen, shower with oversized shower head, and a separate free-standing soaking tub. Continue reading below the photo.

Panorama Suite at The Alpina Gstaad

Reachable via a grand staircase, the top floor of the Panorama Suite is bathed in natural light from the skylights that frame the mountain peaks. There's another fireplace, a bedroom with classic timberwork and a veranda, as well as a private spa, Jacuzzi, fitness, and massage area. Learn more about the hotel below.

Panorama Suite at The Alpina Gstaad

The Alpina Gstaad is a boutique hotel combining Swiss tradition with a fresh interpretation of Alpine chic. Focused on refined luxury, the hotel offers a Six Senses Spa and Michelin Star dining at Sommet & the MEGU Restaurant. 

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| By: Rachael Weir

Featured Journeys: Go West in the USA

Ahh...fresh mountain air, wide open spaces, and plenty of outdoors to explore. In this edition of Featured Journeys: Go West in the USA, we explore a multi-destination itinerary to Park City, Utah, Jackson, Wyoming, and Missoula, Montana. From mountain resorts to ultra-luxe ranches (glamping anyone?), we're highlighting a few of our top picks for where to stay when you want to head west. 

Park City, Utah

Well known for skiing, Park City is a year-round destination in Western Utah. In the 1870s, a silver boom brought thousands to the city, when more than 30 saloons lined the streets. During the 1960s the first ski lift was built, and visitors from around the world visited in 2002 when Park City hosted the Olympics. Today, the city provides a casual western atmosphere with a touch of elegance, an innovative restaurant scene, performing arts events, and some of the state's liveliest nightspots. For those seeking outdoor adventures beyond the slopes, the spring and summer seasons provide plenty of opportunities for fishing, mountain biking, and hiking. 

Montage Deer Valley

Exterior of the Montage Deer Valley

Five minutes from downtown Park City, Montage Deer Valley is an authentic mountain resort offering a refined ski-in/ski-out setting. Overlooking historic Park City, the property has five restaurants, lounge, and bowling alley, plus an array of summer activities like golf, mountain biking, and hiking. The Spa Montage is an alpine-inspired retreat, and at 35,000 square feet the facility is the largest spa in Utah. There's daily meet and greets with the property's Bernese Mountain Dog canine ambassadors, children's programs at Paintbox, and shopping. Plus, the property's Cadillac program provides guests with complimentary chauffeured local transport, and the opportunity to for Ride and Drive experiences in the Wasatch mountain range. 

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Jackson, Wyoming

Close to the south entrance of Grand Teton National Park, Jackson is a popular destination for hiking and climbing. Originally a summer destinaton for Native American tribes hunting game, and hunters seeking beaver pelts, the area was established as a settlement in the 1890s. Today, the popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts which is often referred to as Jackson Hole, as it is located in a high valley surrounded by mountains (known as a "hole"), the town has a vintage-style Town Square surrounded by restaurants, shops, and art galleries. For those interested in fishing, rafting, or float trips, the Snake River provides easy access, and microbreweries offer the perfect post-adventure relaxation. 

Amangani

Amangani Shoshone Suite

Situated 20 minutes from the slopes of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Amangani offers an exclusive setting with views of the Grand Tetons and Snake River Range. During the summer months, guests can hike in Grand Teton National Park, go on hot air balloon flights, fly fish, experience white water rafting, or see wolves, elk, moose, and bears in the wild. There's an infinity pool with pristine mountain views, spa with an extensive treatment menu, and three dining venues serving locally-sourced sustainable meats and fresh fish. 

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Missoula, Montana

Known for spectacular natural beauty and limitless outdoor activities, Missoula is set in the Northern Rockies of Montana. Explored by Lewis & Clark, the area lies at the confluence of three rivers. Recognized as a top destination for blue-ribbon trout fishing (made famous in the movie "A River Runs Through It"), the town of Missoula offers three distinct shopping districts, coffee houses, an array of craft breweries, film festivals, college sports, ballet, and living history experiences from Native Americans and Lewis & Clark to Smokejumpers and Glacial Lake Missoula. 

The Resort at Paws Up

The Resort at Paws Up Creekside Camp

Set amidst 37,000 acres, The Resort at Paws Up is located on an authentic working cattle ranch in western Montana. Providing guests with rustic elegance and comfort, visitors can select from spacious private homes or safari-style luxury tents for glamping amidst nature. There's horses for exploring the resort on horseback, streams for trout fishing, and a world-class spa. Plus a variety of adventure options ranging from wilderness workshops, rafting, rappelling, ATV tours, paintball, and kayaking. For dining, the chefs create rustic ranch cuisine with sophisticated culinary techniques and the freshest meats, produce, and local ingredients like fresh-picked huckleberries. 

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| By: Rachael Weir

Situated in Argentina's lake district, Llao Llao Hotel and Resort is a luxury mountain lodge with grand stone fireplaces, exposed cyrpress walls, and views of Andean peaks. Providing travelers with a true Patagonian experience while in the midst of a full-service luxury resort, guests can partake in a variety of active excursions including extreme mountain biking, skiing, condor sightings, 4x4 driving on the Patagonian steppes, rafting, and rappelling. Continue reading more below the photo.

Llao Llao Hotel and Resort

The hotel has two wings: Ala Bustillo Wing with rooms, suites, and studios that opened in 1940, and the Lago Moreno Wing a mix of classic and modern designed deluxe studios and suites. In the Moreno Wing, the suites offer large windows, and the Deluxe Moreno Lake Suite has a unique bathroom with a double jacuzzi and expansive window providing a panoramic view. There's also a log fireplace and terraced balcony in the 678-square-foot suite. Read more below the photo of the Deluxe Moreno Lake Suite. 

Deluxe Moreno Lake Suite Bathroom

In addition to the hotel's exclusive setting and outdoor activities, the property offers a pampering spa with a variety of treatments, Kids & Teens Spa for guests 3 to 12 years of age, and a Health Club with a pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, stength training, and relaxation room. There's also a kids' club with supervised activities, and a hospitality lounge for skiiers during the winter season. For dining, Los Cesares Grill & Pasta serves a variety of grilled meats, fish, and homemade pastas. While the Patagonia Coffee Shop offers a relaxed setting, and the Lobby Bar is a lodge-style destination for evening cocktails. Read more below the Lobby Bar photo.

Lobby Bar at Llao Llao Hotel and Resort

Five Star Alliance Perk: Guests booking through Five Star Alliance receive a $100 USD spa credit, welcome chocolate amenity, and subject to availability, an early check-in or late check-out. 

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| By: Rachael Weir

Surrounded by natural beauty, Four Seasons Jackson Hole blends rustic adventure with luxury accommodations. Featuring an array of outdoor activities including skiing, biking, hiking, and rafting, the property offers opportunities for relaxation at 11,685-square-foot spa with 16 treatment rooms and two private spa suites. Framed by the Grand Teton Mountain Range, the alpine resort is ideal for viewing an array of wildlife. Continue reading below the photo. 

Four Seasons Jackson Hole

Guests of the resort can choose from a variety of lodging options, including guest rooms, suites, and the ultra-luxe two-to-five bedrrom private residences. Within the private residences there are plush living rooms with gas fireplaces, seating for several people, and double sofa beds. There are solid wood doors with inlaid windows that open to private terraces or balconies furnished with teak tables and chairs, plus dining rooms and full kitchens equipped with dishwashers. Off of the entrances there are washers and dryers, and bathrooms have dual vanities, deep soaking tubs, and glass-enclosed showers. Read more below the photo of the Two-Bedroom Resort Residence - Valley View.

Two-Bedroom Resort Residence - Valley View

Within the resort, there are multiple dining options including The Handle Bar, an American Pub and Beer Hall popular with visitors and locals alike. While the Westbank Grill reflects the area's Western heritage with Teton views, large stone fireplace, open kitchen, and a menu of prime steaks, fine seafood, signature dishes, and an extensive wine list. 

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Exterior of Four Seasons Jackson Hole


| By: Rachael Weir

Featured Journeys: Canadian Ski Adventure

As the leaves begin to fall in the Northern Hemisphere, we're starting to think about winter vacation plans. In this edition of Featured Journeys, we're going on a Canadian Ski Adventure. Our expedition begins in the chic city of Vancouver, where visitors can go from the heart of the city to the slopes of Cypress and Grouse Mountains in 30 minutes or less. Then it's off to Whistler-Blackcomb with quintessential mountain charm and more than 200 marked runs. Finally, we end our experience in Banff & Lake Louise with opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, hockey, and ice skating. 

Vancouver
Whistler
Banff

 

Vancouver

Home of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, the city of Vancouver is 15 minutes from Grouse Mountain with four seasons of outdoor activities, including a wildlife habitat and the Grouse Mountain Super Skyride providing panoramic views of the city and beyond. While Cypress Mountain is about 30 minutes from downtown and was the Official Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard venue for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. Offering 52 downhill winter skiing and riding runs, a magic carpet surface for the kids camp, a snowtubing park, 19 kilometers of Cross Country Ski trails, and snowshoeing tours around the historic Hollyburn Lodge, Cypress Mountain offers a range of activities. 

Four Seasons Vancouver

Four Seasons Vancouver

Offering a relaxed urban luxury experience, Four Seasons Vancouver towers 30 storeys above the Pacific Centre. The hotel's Health Club has the city's only resort-style indoor/outdoor pool, which also features men's and women's saunas and hot tubs. For dining, YEW seafood + bar serves sustainable Pacific Northwest seafood, wines, and innovative cocktails. Plus, guests can schedule massage services in the Red Cedar Massage Suite.

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Fairmont Pacific Rim

Fairmont Pacific Rim

Providing panoramic views of the North Shore Mountains, Stanley Park, and Coal Harbor, the Fairmont Pacific Rim has a recently unveiled collection of Owner's Suites that incorporate the city's sense of fashion, art, and music. The Willow Stream Spa provides an urban oasis with meditation pods, fitness center, and outdoor terrace. Botanist is a new restaurant concept with four diverse spaces: Cocktail Bar and Lab, Garden, Dining Room, and Champagne Lounge, all inspired by the Pacific Northwest. There's also the giovane cafe + eatery + market with Italian fare, and the Lobby Lounge with sushi and cocktails.

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Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Rosewood Hotel Georgia

Within walking distance of Stanley Park as well as Robson Street's high fashion boutiques, Rosewood Hotel Georgia first opened in 1927. Set within a Georgian Revival building, the iconic property has welcomed celebrities and dignitaries for decades. Following a major renovation in 2011, the property combines 1920s glamour with contemporary design. There's a Rosewood Spa with an indoor pool, Hawksworth Restaurant with contemporary Canadian cuisine, Bel Cafe Patisserie, and Prohibition Cocktail Bar for on-site dining.

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Whistler

Located less than two hours via car from Vancouver via the Sea-to-Sky Highway, the world-class Whistler-Blackcomb Resort area consists of Whistler and Blackcomb, two side-by-side mountains, with Whistler Village set in the middle of the two mountains. Offering a range of activities for all seasons including lift accessed alpine hiking and mountain biking, Whistler Blackcomb has one of North America's longest ski and ride seasons. Receiving an average of 458 inches of snow annually, there are three glaciers, 16 alpine bowls, and more than 200 marked runs. As one of North America's most varied terrains, there's vertical runs and lifts for downhill skiing and snowboarding, plus backcountry, heli-skiing, sleigh rides, and snoeshoeing. Whistler Village is home to a community of hotels, boutiques, and restaurants, providing a walkable town to explore. 

 

Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Featuring a modern alpine setting, Fairmont Chateau Whistler is a ski-in/ski-out hotel and golf resort with a par 72, 18-hole Audubon-certified championship course. The property has Whistler Experience Guides to provide guests with exclusive excursions and scheduled tours, as well as special events like the Women's Weekend Retreat and Holiday festivities. There are multiple on-site dining options including The Chalet--a winter dining destination with fondue and alpine cuisine, plus the Grille Room with exceptional chops, steaks, and seafood, as well as the Wildflower restaurant for gourmands. The Vida Spa provides treatments focused on health and healing, and the Health Club has an indoor/outdoor heated swimming pool, outdoor 60-foot heated lap pool, tennis courts, saunas, steam rooms, and whirlpools. 

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Four Seasons Whistler

Four Seasons Whistler

Set in the heart of Whistler Village, the Four Seasons Whistler has a Ski Concierge that can assist with everything from lessons to equipment needs. Guests can partake in Wilderness Wellness programs including helicopter flights over ice caps to tour the areas ice caves (or Glacier Golf during warmer months), and the heated outdoor pool and whirlpools are open year round, ideal for post-ski or hiking relaxation. There are daily wine tastings, and the SIDECUT Modern Steak + Bar provides a modern alpine setting with views of the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. 

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The Westin Resort and Spa Whistler

The Westin Resort and Spa Whistler

Offering 400 residentially-styled suites, The Westin Resort & Spa Whistler has an elevated, slopeside location that served as the host resort for downhill events during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. Accommodations feature fireplaces, soaking tubs, kitchenettes, mountain views and indigenous materials. The acclaimed Grill & Vine Restaurant serves regionally-inspired Canadian cuisine with an innovative twist and a modern atmosphere inspired by the surrounding landscape. Plus, the Avello Spa & Health Club provides rejuvenating treatments design to sooth after a day on the slopes.

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Banff

Set within Banff National Park (Canada's oldest national Park), Banff offers a dramatic setting with high moraine lakes, flowing rivers, and mountain landscapes. There's plenty of professional guides and outfitters to help guests explore the great outdoors via raft, bicycle or horse during the warmer months, or visitors during the winter can explore the landscape while cross country skiing, snowshoeing, or via the slopes. Banff townsite has a historic main street with quaint buildings, and it is also home to the Banff Springs Hotel, which was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1888. While Lake Louise offers a picturesque lakeside location with a variety of year round activities. 

Fairmont Banff Springs

Fairmont Banff Springs

Referred to as Canada's "Castle in the Rockies", the Fairmont Banff Springs was built in 1888 as one of the grand Canadian Railroad Hotels. Set where the Bow and Spray Rivers converge, the hotel is located within Banff National Park, and offers year-round luxury with a championship golf course for the summer months and world-class skiing during the winter. There's the European-style Willow Stream Spa for rejuvenating treatments, as well as multiple dining options including the 1888 Chop House with a classic menu, and the Waldhaus Restaurant with authentic alpine cuisine.

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Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise

In the midst of Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is surrounded by soaring mountains, with views of the Victoria Glacier, and the emerald-hued Lake Louise. Recognized for progressive environmental stewardship and responsible tourism, the resort offers an array of outdoor recreational activities including ice skating, snowshoeing, snowboarding, downhill and cross-country skiing, plus horse drawn sleigh rides. There are wellness retreats held throughout the year, as well as a kid's camp, and luxury spa. 

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The Post Hotel 

The Post Hotel

Featuring one of Canada's most extensive wine cellars, with more than 25,000 bottles and over 2,200 labels, the Post Hotel serves award-winning chef-prepared cuisine at the Post Hotel Dining Room, plus fondue at the adjacent Fondue Stubli. Opened in the 1940s, the hotel is nestled in the Bow River Valley, offering suites with wood-burning fireplaces, and views of the surrounding wilderness teaming with wildlife. Five minutes from the Lake Louise Ski Resort with downhill skiing and snowboarding, guests can enjoy an array of winter activities, including cross country ski lessons and heli-skiing. 

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| By: Rachael Weir

Overlooking the Teton Range, the 676-square-foot Grand Teton Suite at Amangani is the resort's largest suite. Featuring contemporary Western decor, the luxurious suite has a living room with a metal gas-lit fireplace, flat-screen TV with a sound system, personal bar, woven cowhide chairs with faux-wolf fabric, and a window-side daybed. There's also a king bed with plush linens, and a spacious bathroom with a soaking tub with a large window, twin vanities, and dressing room. Continue reading below the photo.

Amangani Grand Teton Suite Living Area

In addition to the lavish indoor living space, the Grand Teton Suite features a wraparound balcony with panoramic pool and Teton Mountain views, as well as an outdoor dining area. Read more below the photo. 

Amangani Balcony View

The Amangani (meaning peaceful home) is a year-round luxury resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Featuring a design that compliments the surrounding Teton landscape, the resort has regionally-inspired furnishings like cowhide chairs, pine-stump tables, Pacific redwood beams, and Oklahoma sandstone columns, accented by local artwork. Read more below the grand staircase photo.

Amangani Grand Staircase

There's a heated outdoor pool with Grand Teton views, and a variety of adventure activities like hot-air ballooning, 4x4 wildlife safaris, horse riding, hunting, and golf. There's also guided treks to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, and more than 2,471 acres of slopes for beginner and expert skiers. Plus, Amangani's private lodge can plan snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and sleigh rides. 

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| By: Rachael Weir

Ideally situated for free-riders and piste ski enthusiasts, House Hannes Schneider is located in Stuben am Arlberg, the birthplace of skiing. Providing a private Alpine townhouse setting, the property is steps away from the world's finest Alpine slopes. The legendary Hannes Schneider, an alpine ski pioneer, was born in the home in 1890. Read more below the photo.

Exterior of the House Hannes Schneider

Today, the property offers guests a pampering setting with fine dining and an environment that promotes deep relaxation. Within the house there is a pre-heated sauna, large soaking tub, theater room, and a fireplace for apres ski rejuvenation. There's a highly skilled on-site team ready to prepare fine hot chocolate and aperitifs, or brew a cup of tea. Continue reading below.

House Hannes Schneider Tub

Stuben is a picturesque Alpine village offering runs for skiers of all ages throughout the winter months and into May. The birthplace of alpine skiing, Stuben was once a popular stop for travellers and merchants journeying between Tirol and Vorarlberg. 

Visit the House Hannes Schneider website to learn more

Guest room at the House Hannes Schneider

 


| By: Rachael Weir
Nestled at the edge of the slopes, the Hôtel de Charme Les Airelles is set within the Palace of Courcheval. One of the 16 Palaces of France, the hotel is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, with a genuine Alpine feel. Read more below. 

Living room of the private penthouse apartment at Hotel De Charme Les Airelles

For the ultimate in luxury, the Private Penthouse Apartment at Hôtel de Charme Les Airelles offers a unique four bedroom residential style setting on the top floor of the castle. Overlooking the snow-topped mountains, the 5,900-square-foot apartment has a private elevator with direct access, and a private en suite spa. Offering a full range of services, Penthouse guests reach the spa by climbing a flight of stairs, past a waterfall, to a relaxing haven with a full bay window sauna, sensory shower, ice fountain, and a jacuzzi overlooking the mountain. Continue reading below the photo. 

En suite spa at the private penthouse apartment at Hotel de Charme Les Airelles

The main living space has a dining room with a private bar that includes a glass door cellar with fine wines and spirits, plus a living room with a substantial fireplace, lounge area, and home theater. Each of the four bedrooms is equipped with its own bathroom with a walk-in closet, bathtub, and steam shower. Continue reading below the photo. 

Hotel De Charme Les Airelles

To top it off, the private apartment has a 1,600-square-foot terrace with unobstructed views of the Courcheval slopes and a jacuzzi. More below the photo.

Terrace of the private penthouse apartment within the Hotel De Charme Les Airelles

In addition to the private apartment, the Hôtel de Charme Les Airelles has 37 rooms and 14 suites. Offering a mountainside location, the property offers ski-in/ski-out access, ski valet, ski technician, and a ski room. Spa Cellcosmet offers a variety of services, there are four restaurants, and the bar of Les Airelles offers cozy salons and a smoking room.

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Hotel de Charme Les Airelles

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