2. Goodbye changeover day: Unlike many ski operators, Ski France encourages customers to choose how many days they would like to holiday in a destination as well as what day it would suit them most to arrive. So it’s goodbye changeover day jams and ski lift queues and hello better value flights and winter snow holidays exactly the way each individual holidaymaker wants them, whether travelling for 2 or 20 nights.
3. Flexible payment options: To help spread the cost of holiday-planning, the independently-owned holiday company is offering customers the chance to pay in three instalments - for no extra charge. Simply put down 10% of the holiday cost at the time of booking and travellers needn’t pay any more until two months before they travel. With the second 10% instalment not due until two months before travel and the balance a month before arrival, it’s never been easier to plan a well-deserved break.
4. 20 snow-sure resorts across Europe: Ski France’s local knowledge ensures they can match travelling style, budget and ski experience to the place that’s perfect for each customer. With over 20 incredible resorts to choose from across the Alps, from the legendary après-ski entertainment of Meribel and Les Deux Alpes to the family-friendliness of lesser visited resorts such as Isola 2000 and Les Orres, beginner snow bunnies and powder junkies alike are in the best possible hands.
5. Hassle-free ski holidays: Whether travelling by plane or train, the French operator can help ease guests into the holiday spirit by arranging transfers from Chambery, Lyon, Geneva and Grenoble with its MV Transport transfer service. With child seats and free ski / snowboard equipment transfer available, its flexible style is sure to get ski holidays off to the best possible start. Once they arrive, Ski France’s dedicated in-resort staff are on hand 24/7 to deliver a stress-free time on the slopes.
6. Prestigious portfolio for every budget: With an enviable mix of well-appointed ski-in, ski-out hotels, great value self-catered apartments and the Alps’ most inviting chalets, guests have four hotels, 11 chalet complexes and 23 holiday residences to choose from in prime resorts. This means skiers keen to go for all-inclusive hotel, such as the recently renovated, ski-in ski-out hotel Le Mottaret - are just as well taken care of as those choosing self-catered apartments.