Group ski holidays - hit the pistes together!

Want to spend your ski holiday this year with your best friends or extended family? Then you've come to the right place! We offer several different types of accommodation, among which include self-catering apartments and chalets located directly on the piste in France. Alternatively, you could also consider one of our offers for skiing as a group in Austria - whether you want to choose an apartment or a hotel, you'll have plenty of options for your group ski holiday. Take a look at our offers and book your group ski holiday now!

Group ski holidays - hit the pistes together!
Group ski holidays - hit the pistes together!

Where to go on a Group Ski Holiday?

Our offers in France are especially popular with groups for ski holidays. We offer a wide selection of apartments and chalets in France, of which are generally located right on the piste or, at the very least, very close to the ski area. Our accommodations in France are all self-catering. Here, up to 19 people can stay together, so that you can enjoy your day of skiing and then round off the evening in good company. During this winter holiday, you as a group are not bound to specific meal times. Instead, you can cook up a storm at home whenever you like. Furthermore, you'll be saving money overall, which you can use for other treats you find both on and off the piste.Those who are looking to let loose during their group ski holiday should look for accommodation in the Austrian ski resorts. Whether as a group in a self-catering apartment or in a hotel - you'll be sure to find just what you're looking for in Austria. Here, along with perfect snow conditions, you'll be able to have plenty of fun off the piste. You'll also save time by not standing at the stove, as you can usually add half board to your booking. While others are cooking, you can sit at the fireplace, relax in the sauna, or party the night away with friends. The sky's the limit.

Why Book a Group Ski Holiday?

A ski holiday with a large group is an something everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime. Whether you choose to stay in a self-catering apartment or a hotel, you'll certainly get to know your friends even better during the holiday. Moreover, a ski holiday as a group offers more room for individual preferences: Whether you're a beginner or expert, skier or snowboarder, skiing student or winter hiking fan - the bigger the group, the bigger the chances are that you'll be on the go with someone who shares your interests. This way, an expert skier doesn't necessarily have to wait for a beginner and the beginner isn't burdened with the feeling of holding up the group. Even if it's just a smaller group than what you expected - the relaxation factor speaks for itself!

Group Ski Holiday: What Should I Know?

Travelling to Austria, France, Italy, or Switzerland is a lovely experience when going on a group ski holiday. However, it's important to keep a few things in mind when planning your trip: Keep in mind that some travellers may not know other travellers very well, so it's important to book an accommodation that provides enough space for everyone. Having enough space is very important in order to allow for everyone to recuperate from their day of skiing. Places to visit at night in the nearby resort centre are also quite beneficial. Should everyone in the group get along very well, you can spend the evening in a small, cosy hut right in the middle of the ski area, for example. So remember: Take the time to consider the group dynamics. You can only benefit from it!