World Ski Awards – the worldwide initiative to recognise and reward excellence in ski tourism – has unveiled the winners of its 2020 programme to coincide with its inaugural World Ski Awards Winners Day.
Winners embrace Europe’s highest ski resort, Val Thorens, voted ‘World’s Finest Ski Resort’, due to its successful mixture of snowsure pistes and intensive slopeside lodging.
Smooth city design amid a spectacular alpine helped Switzerland’s W Verbier to seize ‘World’s Finest Ski Lodge’, whereas Chalet Zermatt Peak, sitting within the shadow of the majestic Matterhorn, claimed ‘World’s Finest Ski Chalet’.
New arrival on Japan’s luxurious ski hospitality scene, Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono, took ‘World’s Finest New Ski Lodge’.
In the meantime the divine opulence of Verbier’s Chalet Marmottière was acknowledged with the newcomer accolade for ‘World’s Finest New Ski Chalet’.
Switzerland’s LAAX, residence to deep powder and the world’s largest halfpipe, was named ‘World’s Finest Freestyle Resort’.
Ski Dubai picked up ‘World’s Finest Indoor Ski Resort’ and Austria’s luxurious Aurelio Lech collected ‘World’s Finest Ski Boutique Lodge’.
The outcomes comply with a year-long seek for the world’s…