Deals March 10, 2019 | Welove2ski.
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The Best Spring Ski Deals – From Kuhtai to Whistler

Look no further for your March and April ski holidays...
Deals March 10, 2019 | Welove2ski.
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Now is a good time to book yourself a week of spring skiing. As well as taking a look at the deals below, it’s also worth having a look at what the ski specialist travel agencies have on offer, such as SNO, Snowfinders and Ski in Luxury. Most of the major tour operators have ski holiday deals available throughout the winter, too.

Make sure you stay safe: take local advice, book a qualified guide, and have all the necessary equipment with you before even considering leaving the marked piste.

Don’t forget to reserve your airport parking at least 24 hours before you go – this is especially important during peak holiday periods such as February and Easter. If you’re flying from Gatwick, Cophall Parking has some offers just for Welove2ski viewers.



Whistler Easter from £1,260pp with Ski Independence
Stay seven nights at the three-star-plus Listel Hotel in the vibrant resort of Whistler. It now costs from £1,260pp, based on two people sharing a Deluxe Room, and including flights from Heathrow and shared transfers departing April 17. Bookings: Ski Independence.

Les Gets from £1,500pp with VIP Ski
Altitude Lodge is on the piste of the main Les Gets ski area with red, green and blue runs taking you to the door. The property has a sauna and massage suite, outdoor hot tub and piste-side bar. A seven-night stay, starting April 7, costs from £1,500pp (reduced from £1,629pp, so a saving of £129pp) including chalet board, return flights and resort transfers. Bookings: VIP Ski.

Mayrhofen from £629pp with Inghams
There’s now a seven-night ski holiday available on a catered basis at the three-diamond Chalet Tirol in Mayrhofen, from £629pp. The price represents a saving of £390pp and includes return flights from Manchester to Innsbruck and airport transfers. The package is valid for travel departing on March 30. Bookings: Inghams.

Belle Plagne apartment for £1,168 and lift pass offers with Erna Low
Book a self-drive package including two-bedroom-plus-cabin six-person apartment at Le Chalet du Vallon for seven nights from April 13. Eurotunnel crossings with Flexiplus upgrades are included. The total cost is £1,168 (or £195pp based on six people sharing). Plus, for this week book two adult six- or seven-day lift passes and get a free child’s pass (for ages 5-12 years). Bookings: Erna Low.

Val d’Isere from £929pp with SNO
You can now save over £500pp on a last-minute holiday to Chalet Madeline in Val d’Isere. A seven-night stay, starting March 17 has been reduced from £1,586pp to £929pp. The package includes Gatwick flights, resort transfers and chalet-board catering. The luxury chalet sleeps 12-14 people and has an outdoor hot tub. Bookings: SNO.

Deals March 10, 2019 | Welove2ski
Plan Peisey. Photo: Ski Beat.

Plan Peisey from £499pp with Ski Beat
There’s a saving of £250pp on a week’s skiing, departing March 30. It now costs £499pp (was £749pp) at the homely Chalet Bouquetin in the village of Plan Peisey, with skiing in the vast La Plagne and Les Arcs area. The property features a sauna, and a spacious living and dining area. The price is for chalet half board including return Gatwick or Manchester flights and resort transfers. The same holiday departing on April 13 now costs £599pp (it was £799pp, so a saving of £200pp). Bookings: Ski Beat.

Kuhtai from £499pp with Snowfinders
Stay at the ski-in ski-out Chalet-Hotel Elisabeth in the high-altitude resort of Kuhtai in the Austrian Tirol this March. On the week starting March 16 it now costs £499pp, on March 23 it’s £549pp, and on March 30 it’s £649pp. The prices are for one week half board, including flights and resort transfers. Bookings: Snowfinders.

Plagne Soleil from £160pp and special lift pass offers with Ski Collection
Plagne Soleil is one of the area’s smaller villages, set higher than Belle Plagne in a quiet location. Stay in the Sun Valley apartments, which have doorstep skiing, an indoor pool and wellness area and you’ll save 35% on the week commencing March 30, 30% on the weeks starting March 23 and April, and 20% week on the week of April 13, all these must be booked by March 21. As well as this, on the weeks of March 23 and 30 you can purchase an adult Paradiski lift pass for the same price as an adult local lift pass. On the weeks commencing April 6 and 13 you’ll get a free child’s lift pass for every two adult area lift passes purchased. For example, seven nights in a two-bedroom apartment is £160pp based on five sharing (was £222pp) including return Eurotunnel crossings with free upgrade to FlexiPlus arriving March 30. Bookings: Ski Collection.

La Rosiere from £734pp with Esprit Ski
Have some family fun on the slopes of La Rosiere this Easter, when you sty seven nights at Chalet Arnica from £734pp for a family of four, a saving of £100pp. Departure date is April 14 from Edinburgh, Manchester, Southampton and London airports. Equipped with a fireplace, shared sauna and children’s snug, Chalet Arnica is one of four chalet-apartments in the Ferme d’Elisa building situated a convenient 150m from the nearest lift. Price includes flights, transfers and chalet catering accommodation. Esprit’s Childcare is available from £349 for six full days for children aged between 17 weeks and 12 years. Bookings: Esprit Ski.

Les Deux Alpes from £549pp with Ski Total
Save £620pp in Les Deux Alpes this March. The resort has the highest skiable glacier in the French Alps and a mix of varied runs and off-piste opportunities. Stay seven nights at the four-diamond-plus Chalet Loup Blanc from £549pp, which is a saving of £620pp, departing on March 30 from Birmingham, Bristol and London airports. Chalet Loup Blanc features an outdoor covered plunge-pool and is close to popular Venosc Square. Price includes chalet catering accommodation, flights and resort transfers. Bookings: Ski Total.


About the author

Felice Hardy

Felice's first job was at Vogue magazine and she then went on to become deputy editor of the Ski Club of Great Britain's magazine. Later she was (and still is) a travel writer touring the world for a huge variety of publications including The Guardian, London Evening Standard, Country Life, Conde Nast Traveller, Tatler, and BA Highlife magazine. She has co-edited 18 ski and travel guidebooks for Cadogan Guides, Debrett's and Which? Books. She has co-edited Welove2ski since 2008.

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