You’ve spent the day skiing on glistening slopes and now you’re looking for the perfect après-ski routine. What kind of après-skier are you?
1) The Party Skier
As soon as you get off the slopes you’re thinking about hitting the best party in town. If this sounds like you, make sure you book a hotel or chalet with easy access to the coolest bars and clubs. You don’t want to be isolated if it snows heavily and the roads become inaccessible to cars. Whether it’s music and dancing or cocktails and mingling you’re looking for, you’ll find it at the best ski resorts. Your après-ski routine is something you need to consider before you book your holiday! Read reviews and pack your dancing shoes!
2) The Pampered Skier
You’ve skied all day and you can’t wait to relax and get pampered. Choose a hotel or chalet with a spa and pool facilities, and if you can afford to splash out, get a room with a Jacuzzi bath. Your muscles and skin will thank you for booking that full-body massage.
Ask about restaurants with fantastic food at your hotel reception and book in advance. Try a different place each night, and order local delicacies to really get a flavour of the place. If you don’t like the thought of heading back out into the cold after your spa treatments or your time at the (heated) pool, make sure you book a hotel with a fantastic in-house restaurant. If you’re staying in a chalet, there is nothing more relaxing than sitting by the fire with a drink after dinner.
3) The Shopping Skier
You’ve showered and warmed up after skiing and you’ve donned your fashionable yet snow-proof boots. You can’t wait to go shopping. Look for ski resorts with great transport links and access to the best shopping centres. In order to have plenty of time to visit the shops, make it a half-day of skiing. Make sure you’ve left plenty of room in your suitcase to take your purchases back home!
4) The Family Skier
It’s a family trip and you’ve got a couple of young, tired kids after a day of skiing. Bars at ski resorts make the best hot chocolates ever, lovely and thick. One sip and your kids will liven up again. Look for hotels or chalets with pizzerias and family restaurants nearby so it’s only a short walk to dinner. Also, a lot of chalets also have board games that you and your children can play in the evening by the fire.
No matter what kind of après-skier you are, you can find the perfect routine to ensure you have the best time on your holiday! Do you have any great après-ski tips you can share?