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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Spring Ski Special & Luxury Ski Lodging

Alta Ski Resort is offering this interesting spring special:

Spring special for Season Pass holders from ski areas around the world
  • Requires a 2012-2013 season pass(with photo) & photo ID from any ski area around the world!
  • $55/day
  • Valid April 1-14, 2013
Luxury Ski Lodging
Luxury-Hotels.com has just released a survey showing the most expensive ski hotels in the world. Our own St. Regis Deer Valley is ranked as the most expensive in the US, and the 3rd most expensive in the world. Montage Deer Valley comes in at #12 world-wide.

The Top 20 are shown below. See the full report.

1. Aurelio Lech, Lech am Arlberg, Austria
2. Les Suites de la Potinière, Courchevel, France

3. St. Regis Deer Valley, Park City, United States

4. Almhof Schneider, Lech am Arlberg, Austria

5. The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Vail, United States

6. La Palace des Neiges, Courchevel, France

7. Amangani, Jackson, United States

8. La Sivoliere, Courchevel, France
9. Le Melezin, Courchevel, France

10. The Little Nell, Aspen, United States
11. The St. Regis Aspen, Aspen, United States
12. Montage Deer Valley, Park City, United States

13. Carlton Hotel, St. Moritz, Switzerland
14. Suvretta House, St. Moritz, Switzerland
16. Gasthof Post, Lech-Arlberg, Austria
15. Kulm Hotel, St. Moritz, Switzerland
17. Saint Joseph, Courchevel, France
19. Kempinski Grand Hotel, St. Moritz, Switzerland
18. Le Chabichou, Courchevel, France
20. Badrutts Palace, St. Moritz, Switzerland

The creative numbering comes right from the survey report. I just print em as I see em.

It is interesting that Stein Eriksen Lodge is not on the expensive list, but it ranks as Utah's best (only 5-Star) lodging property in many surveys. I'm glad there is a wide variety of Park City lodging options, including many that are quite affordable.

- Dave Webb

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