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Ultima Collection: 3 Luxurious Resorts to Visit this Ski Season

This ski season, discover Ultima Collection’s exclusive resorts, each with a unique selection of seasonal activities for GCC travellers to enjoy while residing at one of the collection's ultra-luxury homes. Located in the world’s most rare and sophisticated destinations, each property offers its own state-of-the-art wellness amenities and has been artistically curated to reflect its natural surroundings with sustainability and well-being at the core of their DNA. From thrill-seeking activities such as heliskiing and paragliding to a tailored culinary experience set on the Swiss slopes, take skiing to new heights at these exclusive properties.




Located in the glorious Sunny Valley at an altitude of 1750, Ultima Courchevel Belvédère couldn’t be any closer to the stunning slopes of the renowned valleys in the Savoie province of France. This prestigious ski-in and ski-out resort is made up of 13 privatised chalets, ideal for GCC travellers looking to balance days of skiing with mind-soothing treatments and world-class dining experiences. One of the most iconic ski resorts in the world, Courchevel’s ski season is set to impress.

Guests are invited to enjoy the view from the resort’s exquisitely situated mountain-facing restaurant, and cocktail bar with uninterrupted views of the frosted mountains. Offering the signature Ultima wellness experience, the resort features two state-of-the-art spas, an indoor and outdoor pool, a sauna, hammam and a Jacuzzi, perfect for warming up and unwinding after a day spent on the slopes.

Situated at the heart of Europe’s largest ski region, over 600 kilometres of maintained pistes lie on the doorstep of the Ultima Courchevel Belvédère residences. Just a short 7-minute transfer journey to the city’s bars and restaurants, the property is perfectly located for when the hours turn dark. Ultima's ski guides and instructors are at the ready to lead excursions to the hidden gems of The Three Valleys and beyond. Non-skiers can head to the town of Courchevel to explore the

refined boutiques, dining, and entertainment on offer, with the team on call to curate unique and authentic experiences featuring the region’s finest offerings at any time.

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Positioned in the altitude of Plateau de Plan-Mayans in the Swiss Alps, Ultima Crans-Montana leaves its guests completely awestruck. Featuring two ultra-luxurious private chalets that can accommodate a large group of up to 38 guests, this property is the ideal secluded haven for multi-generational families and groups of friends looking for a private sanctuary to create lifelong memories together.

This ski season, GCC travellers can embrace their inner explorer with a host of activities available at the property. From taking in the magnitude of Crans-Montana’s mountains on a helicopter ride to feeling a sense of peace while overlooking the dramatic mountain range from a hot air balloon, guests are sure to discover the untouched beauty of the mountains throughout their stay. For guests looking to relax an unimaginably luxurious spa, covering 1,000m² is available to guests to enjoy throughout their stay. Rejuvenate in the sauna, hammam, fitness gym and heated outdoor pool whilst admiring the baccarat crystal chandeliers layering the ceilings with Kelsey Grey and Bahia Blanca marbles.

There's something for every member of the family to enjoy at Ultima Crans-Montana. Fantastic for children who are not skiing, electric snowcats, snow tubing and husky-led dog sledging across the white wilderness are sure to fill the need for speed. Alternatively, families can indulge in Swiss classics, Savoyard fondue and raclette at a slope side picnic in the Mayan Alps or circle the Matterhorn before landing in Zermatt to explore the picturesque town at the foot of the world’s most famous mountain.

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Situated in the prestigious city of Gstaad in the Swiss Alps, Ultima Gstaad is known as one of the finest hotels in the country, that’s somehow equally out-of-this-world as it is down-to-earth. With its blend of traditional Swiss architecture, plush interiors and curated artwork, the property combines its ultra-luxury amenities, rustic warmth, and state-of-the-art technology to provide a secluded and refined escape.

Timeless Swiss quality blends with the mountains at Ultima Gstaad, which boasts three wooden chalets of 11 suites, six private residences, a restaurant and two inviting bars, a leading Swiss clinic and spa for recharging to full. Each space is exquisitely crafted for snug evenings after a day of skiing in the mountains featuring steam fireplaces littered across the property, with lavish bathrooms and dark, swirling marble from floor to ceiling.

Throughout the ski season, Gstaad’s pristine landscape transforms into a playground for adventure. Guests can roam the frozen trails of the Promenade on horseback or in a horse-drawn carriage to experience the joy of a tradition that has been at the heart of Switzerland for centuries. A favourite for locals, Gstaad’s ice rink has many stories to tell. Located in the centre of the village, ice skating is a must-try activity for guests this ski season. Alternatively, GCC travellers can experience freedom like no other, as they take to the skies and paraglide in the Swiss snow. Take in the unforgettable view of Gstaad’s cloud-like hills below while gliding through the sky, accompanied by a professional pilot.

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