5 Festive Trips to Take in Europe This Winter Season – Prestige Online Thailand

Christmas is almost here and we are as excited as you are. If you’re interested in taking your Christmas celebration up a notch, here are 5 luxury trip ideas in Europe this winter season.
Christmas in Europe is a magical time. Hence, the best time to travel westward is during the winter season, be it to walk through sleepy, snowy towns, go skiing, or even meet Santa himself.
[Hero and featured image credit: L’Apogée Courchevel]
L’Apogée Courchevel is a luxurious palace hotel located in the Eastern part of France. It is a heaven not only for skiers but also snow lovers, for the whole resort is surrounded with exceptional white Alpine views and forests all around. This season, the hotel invites its guests to embark on a ski trip with ski enthusiast and chef, Executive Head Chef Jean-Luc Lefrançois. The itinerary entails Alpine skiing, a picnic-style lunch prepared by the chef, and the chef’s demonstration on his signature dish at the hotel’s gastronomic restaurant.
find out more
Make the most our of your Christmas holiday in London at The Lanesborough. Available as a one-, two-, or three-night experience, your room and suite will be equipped with a beautiful Christmas tree, a personalised Christmas stocking for the little ones, a complimentary English breakfast-in-bed, a bottle of Champagne, and a five-course Christmas Day lunch. Additionally, the hotel’s chauffeur service will gladly take you to St. Paul’s Church in Knightsbridge for an evening service on Christmas Eve, as well as other London shopping landmarks throughout your stay.
find out more
Perfect for a large group of family or friends, the residences at Ultima Courchevel Belvédère are comprised of four or five spacious bedrooms that connect to three different valleys. In this white, mountainous getaway, guests will start the day with a skier’s breakfast served at their door, ski in and out straight from the direct ski slope access, and come back for a sumptuous set menu dinner prepared by the private chef.
find out more
It’s a tradition for the Mandarin Oriental, Barcelona that during the festive season, Santa Claus can be found wandering in and out of all the hotel’s Christmas activities. The most anticipated of all is the Christmas Market where you could find everything from gingerbread cookies and churros with chocolate, over to mulled wine, crafts, and shopping Santa Claus exploring the goods himself. Several workshops for children will be arranged as well, including cooking, origami, and Christmas decoration.
find out more
The rooms and suites of Les Fermes de Marie are rustic and homey, featuring alpine décor and Alpine views. Going with your friends of family? The family chalet can accommodate up to 10 people. Although it may be hard to leave this picturesque chalet, we encourage you to ride the horse-drawn carriage to the Christmas Village, or take the young ones to join the kid’s club activities. Afterwards, cosy up near the fireplace and sip on a warm glass of mulled-wine.
find out more
Lifestyle Writer, Bangkok
In spite of her name, Paint can’t really paint or even draw. Life, for her, is a journey in search of good chocolates, fries, chicken wings, and the implication behind her fat cats’ split personalities.

Yes, I agree to the Privacy Policy
Thank you for your subscription.
Subscribe to our newsletter to get the latest updates.

Thank you for your subscription.

source

About gracia

Check Also

Holiday Gift Guide 2022: The Best Kitchen Gadgets For Home Chefs Who Have Everything – Forbes

Who doesn’t love new kitchen toys? This year gift the chef, baker or foodie in …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *