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Start the brand New Year 2021 off with a bang! A ski trip over New Year is the perfect time for friends and family to get together. With our chalet hotels centrally located to resort centres, you will have quick access to the heart of the festive action in France or Austria.
Skiing at New Year not only guarantees you superb skiing, but you'll have the most exhilarating New Year's Eve - you simply cannot beat great après and live music. Not only will you get great snow at New Year, you will experience the best nightlife and festive spirit. Guests will enjoy a 5-course gala dinner with a glass of champagne and most resorts offer festivities on and off the slopes and fireworks on New Year's Eve.
Bring in the new year in style on the French Alps. With resorts in 5 of the most popular resorts in the country visitors skiing in France over New Year can expect excellent skiing and snowboarding, superb accommodation and plenty of celebrations over the festive period. Explore the stunning mountains around the resorts of Tignes, Meribel, La Plagne or Les Deux Alpes.
New year skiing in France is an excellent time to hit the slopes especially for families who are looking to make the most of the school holidays. All of our hotels in France are ideally located close to the town centre. Our popular French resorts book up quickly, especially over Christmas and New Year, so we advise you to book as early as possible to avoid disappointment.
There is no better way to spend New Year’s day than on the slopes. Guests at our Austrian resorts can enjoy delicious local specialities including mountain lamb and lake fish after a new years ski. With resorts located in the bustling town of St. Anton, New Years eve celebrations are high octane, vibrant and carry on until the early hours.
Our new flight options from Luton, Stansted and Bristol (alongside Gatwick, Manchester and Birmingham) make it even easier for you to fly to the French Alps and celebrate the start of the New Year in snowy style.