A March break holiday in the Swiss Alps
A March break holiday in the Swiss Alps
March 17, 2013 by Gareth

If you’re searching for somewhere a little bit special to take your holiday this March, and you love the adrenaline of skiing, a trip to the Swiss Alps could be exactly what you’re looking for. The Swiss Alps are a veritable Mecca for skiing and snowboard enthusiasts alike. The Alps are widely considered to be one of the world’s premiere ski holiday destinations, especially if you’re in search of somewhere a little more luxurious and glamorous.

Switzerland is home to some of Europe’s highest slopes, with the Klein Matterhorn pushing the 3,900m mark. World class ski resorts, an effective transport network, excellent ski schools and world-renowned ski runs make the Swiss Alps the logical choice for Winter Sports enthusiasts, from the beginner all the way to the most advanced.

Even if skiing isn’t quite your thing, the Swiss Alps are teeming with entertainment opportunities, including beautiful villages, hiking trails, shopping in some of the world’s most up market boutiques, dining in some superb restaurants or enjoying a few après ski beers.

Knowing which ski resort to choose, however, is not straight forward. It’s important to do your homework before you embark on your trip, to ensure that you stay at the resort that best suits your needs. Bespoke luxury concierge company Pure Entertainment Group present its favorites five Swiss ski resorts.

Verbier

Verbier Switzerland ski resort

Verbier is, quite simply, one of the world’s premiere off-piste resorts. One of the largest resorts in the Swiss Alps, located in South West Switzerland, Verbier has a reputation for glitz and glamour. As well as enjoying the skiing and atmosphere of the resort, a stay in Verbier will see you rubbing shoulders with some of the world’s richest celebrities, including members of the English and Swedish Royal Family.

Zermatt

zermatt-switzerland-ski-resort

Skiers and snowboarders flock to Zermatt in their thousands each year, primarily to take on the 3,900m monster that is the Klein Matterhorn. The resort’s extensive and varied slopes are, however, enough to keep even the most ardent skiers entertained. Away from the slopes, the charming, largely traffic-free, old mountain village is home to some of the world’s premiere mountain restaurants, as well as plenty of bars to enjoy a relaxing glass of wine at the end of a hard day on the slopes.

Gstaad

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If you’re looking for a resort where the rich and famous wile away their vacations, Gstaad is the place to be. Situated in South West Switzerland, Gstaad is a popular holiday destination for some of the world’s richest and most influential individuals. While its 220km of slopes make Gstaad an excellent skiing destination, the resort has become more of a beacon for glitz and glamour in recent years. The main promenade in Gstaad is bursting at the seams with fine dining restaurants, art galleries, luxury hotels and the shops of almost any designer label that you could think of, including Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Cartier.

St Moritz

St Moritz ski resort switzerland

Chic St Moritz doesn’t contain as much traditional character as some of the other resorts of the Swiss Alps, but what it lacks in tradition, it makes up for in high end luxury. The two main streets of St Moritz Dorf are lined with high end boutiques, bars and restaurants, while visitors can enjoy a little more quiet time, against the backdrop of the enchanting lake, by heading over to St Moritz Bad. The resort still has plenty of ski runs and off piste opportunities, but it’s the après ski and glamour that keeps the tourists coming back to St Moritz.

Klosters

Klosters ski resort switzerland

Klosters is most well known for being a famous haunt of the English Royal Family. With this reputation comes an obvious association with high end luxury. While Klosters is home to seven four star hotels, however, it is not as inaccessible as one might think. Although the resort contains the usual array of jewellery shops, quality restaurants and boutique shops, Klosters’ reputation is built on its vast array of skiing opportunities. With some 200 miles of pistes, and some great off-piste activity, it’s a skier’s paradise, with just a sprinkling of glamour.

For a travel winter package in one of these five ski resorts in the Swiss Alps (Verbier, Zermatt, Gstaad, St Moritz and Klosters) with luxury chalets or hotels, ski package, gourmet food, shopping and many more, contact your luxury concierge Pure Conciergerie for details.

Reservations/Bookings for a custom travel winter package in the Swiss Alps (Verbier, Zermatt, Gstaad, St Moritz and Klosters).

Email: concierge@purentonline.com for luxury travel package in the Swiss Alps, details and availability.

Pure Entertainment Group

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A March break holiday in the Swiss Alps
March 17, 2013 by Gareth

If you’re searching for somewhere a little bit special to take your holiday this March, and you love the adrenaline of skiing, a trip to the Swiss Alps could be exactly what you’re looking for. The Swiss Alps are a veritable Mecca for skiing and snowboard enthusiasts alike. The Alps are widely considered to be one of the world’s premiere ski holiday destinations, especially if you’re in search of somewhere a little more luxurious and glamorous.

Switzerland is home to some of Europe’s highest slopes, with the Klein Matterhorn pushing the 3,900m mark. World class ski resorts, an effective transport network, excellent ski schools and world-renowned ski runs make the Swiss Alps the logical choice for Winter Sports enthusiasts, from the beginner all the way to the most advanced.

Even if skiing isn’t quite your thing, the Swiss Alps are teeming with entertainment opportunities, including beautiful villages, hiking trails, shopping in some of the world’s most up market boutiques, dining in some superb restaurants or enjoying a few après ski beers.

Knowing which ski resort to choose, however, is not straight forward. It’s important to do your homework before you embark on your trip, to ensure that you stay at the resort that best suits your needs. Bespoke luxury concierge company Pure Entertainment Group present its favorites five Swiss ski resorts.

Verbier

Verbier Switzerland ski resort

Verbier is, quite simply, one of the world’s premiere off-piste resorts. One of the largest resorts in the Swiss Alps, located in South West Switzerland, Verbier has a reputation for glitz and glamour. As well as enjoying the skiing and atmosphere of the resort, a stay in Verbier will see you rubbing shoulders with some of the world’s richest celebrities, including members of the English and Swedish Royal Family.

Zermatt

zermatt-switzerland-ski-resort

Skiers and snowboarders flock to Zermatt in their thousands each year, primarily to take on the 3,900m monster that is the Klein Matterhorn. The resort’s extensive and varied slopes are, however, enough to keep even the most ardent skiers entertained. Away from the slopes, the charming, largely traffic-free, old mountain village is home to some of the world’s premiere mountain restaurants, as well as plenty of bars to enjoy a relaxing glass of wine at the end of a hard day on the slopes.

Gstaad

louis-vuitton-winter-resort-gstaad-switzerland-1

If you’re looking for a resort where the rich and famous wile away their vacations, Gstaad is the place to be. Situated in South West Switzerland, Gstaad is a popular holiday destination for some of the world’s richest and most influential individuals. While its 220km of slopes make Gstaad an excellent skiing destination, the resort has become more of a beacon for glitz and glamour in recent years. The main promenade in Gstaad is bursting at the seams with fine dining restaurants, art galleries, luxury hotels and the shops of almost any designer label that you could think of, including Louis Vuitton, Prada, and Cartier.

St Moritz

St Moritz ski resort switzerland

Chic St Moritz doesn’t contain as much traditional character as some of the other resorts of the Swiss Alps, but what it lacks in tradition, it makes up for in high end luxury. The two main streets of St Moritz Dorf are lined with high end boutiques, bars and restaurants, while visitors can enjoy a little more quiet time, against the backdrop of the enchanting lake, by heading over to St Moritz Bad. The resort still has plenty of ski runs and off piste opportunities, but it’s the après ski and glamour that keeps the tourists coming back to St Moritz.

Klosters

Klosters ski resort switzerland

Klosters is most well known for being a famous haunt of the English Royal Family. With this reputation comes an obvious association with high end luxury. While Klosters is home to seven four star hotels, however, it is not as inaccessible as one might think. Although the resort contains the usual array of jewellery shops, quality restaurants and boutique shops, Klosters’ reputation is built on its vast array of skiing opportunities. With some 200 miles of pistes, and some great off-piste activity, it’s a skier’s paradise, with just a sprinkling of glamour.

For a travel winter package in one of these five ski resorts in the Swiss Alps (Verbier, Zermatt, Gstaad, St Moritz and Klosters) with luxury chalets or hotels, ski package, gourmet food, shopping and many more, contact your luxury concierge Pure Conciergerie for details.

Reservations/Bookings for a custom travel winter package in the Swiss Alps (Verbier, Zermatt, Gstaad, St Moritz and Klosters).

Email: concierge@purentonline.com for luxury travel package in the Swiss Alps, details and availability.

Pure Entertainment Group

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