Skiing as it ought to be!
Remember your first encounter with an eiderdown? That icing-on-the-cake European ski experience?
Although it’s in the 60’s and 70’s here in mid-October New York, snow’s already fallen in the Alps. Last weekend Val d’Isère had 12 inches; not a serious amount, but snow.
What better time to start planning a ski trip to the Alps? Let your imagination take you shushing down miles-long runs of packed powder to an ancient village whose charming boutique hotels pamper you with wonderful service, gourmet meals and comfy rooms with those wonderful eiderdowns.
Sound too good to be true! Comb through the pages of our website to see which of our selective collection of truly great resorts and hotels can entice you. Take a peek, let your mind dream a bit and then email or give a call. I’ll be there to help plan a holiday where those dreams can come true!
Before clicking ahead, some news you can use: The dollar is up 15% against the Euro so prices are down. Also, airfares are down and Swiss is still the only airline not charging for skis. We added eight new hotels: a two star, a three star, four fours, and three five stars.
St. Moritz is still the ski pass deal of the century! When you stay two nights or more, it’s $37.00/day and you get 250 miles of trails, six interconnected ski areas, 60 lifts, and 34 mountain restaurants. Compare that to Vail’s $ 115.00/day and 5,290 acres, it’s a no brainer.
So if small and selective hotels in wonderful alpine resorts are what you’re after, go for it! That’s Lindenmeyr Euro Ski ~ thanks for joining the fun,