Cool Ski Resorts Around the World Are Getting Hot, New Hotels

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Cool Ski Resorts Around the World Are Getting Hot, New Hotels

THE DOLOMITES, ITALY

Cool Ski Resorts Around the World Are Getting Hot, New Hotels

(Bloomberg Businessweek) -- The rooms at Adler Lodge Ritten were modeled after rural Alpine dwellings, but these come with private saunas and balconies that overlook the majestic Rosengarten and the Latemar mountains. Nestled a short cable-car ride from the medieval Italian town of Bolzano, near the Austrian border, the resort’s main building has a wood-lined bar, restaurant, and spa. Two other structures have 10 junior suites each; separate single- and two-story chalets are also available. From €240 ($264) per person per night

NISEKO, JAPAN

Cool Ski Resorts Around the World Are Getting Hot, New Hotels

High-end hotels are making their presence felt in this booming powder paradise, consistently ranked the best ski destination in Asia. When the 100-room Park Hyatt Niseko opens in early 2020, it’ll have ski-in, ski-out facilities, oversize guest rooms with views of Mount Yotei, and a central location in Hanazono, the most recently developed part of the Niseko United area. There’s also a 5,600-square-foot ski valet in the lobby and five drinking and dining venues. From 115,000 yen ($1,075) per night

PARK CITY, UTAH 

Cool Ski Resorts Around the World Are Getting Hot, New Hotels

Auberge Resorts Collection, the brand behind favorites such as Hotel Jerome in Aspen, Colo., and Napa Valley’s Auberge du Soleil, has opened the Lodge at Blue Sky, a 46-room oasis on a 3,500-acre former ranch. Its Earth Suites, built into the hillside with grass roofs, have outdoor fireplaces that overlook Alexander Canyon. A heli-skiing program offers exclusive access to three private ski zones in the Uinta and Wasatch mountains, consisting of more than 200,000 acres of bowls and chutes. From $700 per night

ASPEN, COLO.

Cool Ski Resorts Around the World Are Getting Hot, New Hotels

The Little Nell, still the only ski-in, ski-out property in town, celebrates its 30th anniversary with a renovation of its living room, lobby, and slopeside Ajax Tavern. A more hoppin’ option is the W Aspen, which opened in August with 88 rooms and 11 residences. On the top floor is the Wet Deck, the only year-round, all-weather public rooftop in Aspen. It has panoramic views of Aspen Mountain, along with a heated pool, a hot tub, fire pits, cabanas, and a dance floor busy well after après-ski. From $279 per night

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Chris Rovzar at crovzar@bloomberg.net

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