Ski operators report surge in bookings

Ski operators report surge in bookings

Ski operators are reporting a late surge in bookings following ongoing heavy snowfall in the Alps.

Brighton-based Ski Beat, which specialises in catered chalet holidays in France, has launched late deals in some of the highest and snowiest resorts, departing on March 25.

At the Chalet Bayona in the traditional Alpine village of Plan Peisey, the prices of a week’s stay, including flights from Gatwick or Manchester, is now £999pp, saving £168pp.

The price, based on two sharing, also includes airport transfers, breakfasts, homemade cakes with afternoon tea, and three-course evening meals with wine.

The same seven nights in Le Praz, Courchevel, now costs £999, saving £171pp, while a week’s (optional) vegan skiing costs £804pp, save £100pp, in La Rosière 1850, where you can ski in both France and Italy. 

Ski France is offering 45% discounts on self-catering apartments at Résidence Les Terrasses de Veret in Flaine, part of the Grand Massif.

A week’s stay from March 25 now costs from £499 for a one-bedroom apartment sleeping four, accommodation only.

Ski France has also reduced prices by 35% at the self-catering Résidence Alpina Lodge in Val d’Isère, where a week’s stay, departing April 15, now costs from £563 total for a studio apartment sleeping two, accommodation only.

Meanwhile, Alpine Elements is offering 10% discounts on selected hotel and chalet holidays, starting at £490pp, excluding flights. 

“The recent fantastic snowfalls are set to continue, in equally epic amounts. The last few weeks of the season, including Easter, should provide some of the best skiing of the entire season,” said a spokesman.

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