Alternative Accommodation for a Luxury Escape

Written by Chloe Harwood

Luxury French Ski Chalet

Skiing trips are a good way to spend your holiday. You get to enjoy the snow in an exciting way and work out at the same time. Now to fully enjoy this, try hiring a ski chalet. There are numerous options from which you can choose your ski chalet, of course depending on your location. Chalet Les Brames for instance is a nice choice located a short distance from the village. It has 6 bedrooms so is ideal for a group holiday and the price is at 21,730 pounds per week. Other options include Chalet St. Christophe on the slopes of Courchevel; Chalet Montana in Espace Kily, Montana, Chalet Chamois located at near the Vanoise National Park among many others. For a smaller group, you can look into options like Chalet Marmotte also near the Vanoise National Park and Chalet Du Vallon in Meribel Village both of which can handle a group of eight.

The idea behind a ski chalet is to have the chance to ski so look for a chalet that is located near great ski sights and one that offers services that will make it possible for you to ski comfortably and safely.

Ryokan in Japan

Nothing makes you feel like you are in Japan than living the Japanese lifestyle; even if it is just for a while. A ryokan will definitely grant you this as they are designed in the traditional Japanese way of life with tatami mats on the floors, communal bath areas as well as common rooms that allow you to talk to the owner. Now you can rent a ryokan anywhere you land in Japan for different rates.

Check out such ryokans as Beniya Mukayu in Ishikwa, Tawaraya Ryokan in Kyoto, Konansou and Kozantei Ubuya both in Fuji, Hakone Setsugetsuka in Hakone and Koyasan Onsen Fukuchi-in in Wakaya among many others. The prices for such ryokan range from JPY 9,720 up to around JPY 111, 000. Wherever you land in Japan, ensure you get the full Japanese experience by eating their unique cuisine made best in these ryokans.

Luxury Riad in Morocco

Having a house with its own courtyard grants you the privacy you would wish for in a home. Well, if you wish to have the same during your holiday in Morocco, you can. Simply hire any of the numerous riads offered by different services. The Dar Hanane for example, is great riad to hire. It has six rooms with a central courtyard whose shade is provided by bitter orange trees. Nothing says home like relaxing outside in the cool shade. You get to enjoy a breathtaking view of the Atlas Mountains off the rooftop.

Another great riad you’d want to look at is the riad Tizwa located close to the main souks and the Ville Nouvelle, with five spacious rooms and an ambience of perfection from the colors to the arrangement of the house itself. Other riads include Al Jazira with its pool and fine dining, the Rbaa Laroub with its antique décor and seven divinely decorated rooms among others. The prices range from as low as 45 pounds bed and breakfast to around 110 pounds.

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Chloe Harwood