Plan your Swiss Alps winter holidays with the alternative of self-catering apartments. These apartments offer guests the option to cook their own meals in their apartment, or to go out for dinner – perfect for those who like flexibility during their holiday.
|Swiss Alps resorts
||transfers, 7 nights at chosen apartments
|| price per 1 person
||Titlis Resort Apartments 4*, from 2 to 8 persons, without catering
||from 364 €
||Holiday Village Andermatt Reuss, from 2 to 6 persons, without catering
||from 820 €
||Aparthotel Helvetia Intergolf 4*, from 2 to 4 persons, without catering
||from 767 €
||Jaegerhof Apartments 3*, from 2 to 6 persons, breakfast
||from 922 €
A ski pass is your ticket to the slopes, giving you access to the ski lift system on that mountain. Generally, there are two kinds of lift pass – local and area. A local lift pass lets you use the lifts in the resort you’re staying in, whilst an area lift pass gives you access to the other resorts nearby, which are within the same or a linked ski area.
Skis and boot rental
If you are not sure if skiing would become your new hobby, or simply prefer to rent the skiing equipment, the most popular ski resorts are suitable for a variety of abilities. You can rent the skis and boots, as well as the helmet and other necessary equipment.