The small, picturesque village of Arosa may be relatively unknown in the UK, however thanks to its connection to Lenzerheide it forms one of the largest ski areas in Switzerland with 225 km of pistes. Located at the head of the sunny Schanfigg valley Arosa is home to one of Switzerland’s oldest luxury hotels and is accessed by the spectacular Rhätische Bahn railway whose beautiful views complete this quintessential Swiss destination.
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Luxury Ski Chalets Arosa
Arosa has been described as a ‘vacation paradise’ and just one glance at a photo of this charming Swiss ski resort should be more than enough to confirm the truth in that statement. Set amongst spectacular alpine scenery at 1,775 metres, it isn’t the highest altitude ski resort in the region by any means, though what it lacks in altitude it more than makes up for in charm, accommodation and dining options, superb pistes, and traditional Swiss hospitality.
For holidaymakers who insist on definitive experiences, the luxurious nature of the accommodations at this picturesque ski resort ensures they’ll find all their boxes ticked for them in advance. And for skiers who yearn for world-class pistes set among some of the most spellbinding alpine scenery that Switzerland has to offer, the famed ski resort of Arosa will most certainly not disappoint in that regard either.
Skiing in Arosa
With more than 225 kilometres of beautiful snow-sure slopes in the region of Arosa Lenzerheide, it’s easily the largest interconnected skiing region of Graubünden, the largest and easternmost canton of Switzerland which borders both Austria and Italy.
From the resort with its altitude of 1,775 metres, skiers and snowboarders can gaze up at the 2,700 metre summit that offers an exhilarating 900 metre descent, a truly fantastic skiing experience for those with the experience to tackle such a formidable slope. Less experienced skiers will, however, find no shortage of less challenging pistes, with many suitable for beginners and young skiers.
Serviced by no fewer than 42 ski lifts, wherever you stay in Arosa you’re sure to find yourself in the middle of all the action, and if you’re new to skiing and would like to fast-track your progress under the watchful eye of an experienced ski instructor, the Oxford Ski Company can help you make all the necessary arrangements.
Ski Chalets in Arosa
Whether you have your heart set on staying in a luxurious chalet in this delightful Swiss ski resort or are open to the idea of staying in a five-star hotel, Arosa has more than enough first-class accommodation options to suit all holidaymakers.
Our team of experienced luxury travel enthusiasts live and breathe skiing and love travelling to Arosa to see what’s new in the chalet scene, network and develop close working relationships with the local owners and operators of the finest luxury ski chalets in Arosa, and of course, hit the slopes that draw skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts from all over the world to this celebrated alpine sport destination.
The luxurious Arosa chalets and hotels that we have handpicked for you have been selected for qualities that we believe makes them something very special, whether that’s the manner in which they have been decorated, the butler services they offer, the views of the breathtaking alpine scenery they look out on, the opulent and lavish experiences they offer their guests, or perhaps a combination of all of the above.
From five star hotels to luxury ski chalets, Arosa has it all. As a result, if you’re after a luxury ski break that sets the bar suitably high and makes every ski break you’ve taken until now seem like your average package holiday, let the luxury travel experts at the Oxford Ski Company help you arrange the ski break of a lifetime to Arosa.
How to Get There
Although Arosa is a skiing destination that may make you question the truth in the saying, ‘the journey is just as important as the destination’, we understand that our clients insist on the finest and most comfortable travel experiences that it’s possible to arrange, and understandably so. After all, luxury travel entails far more than just staying in the finest accommodations available at one’s destination, and therefore also entails travelling in the epitome of opulence, sophistication and style.
Whether you choose to avail yourself of our expert travel advice and make your own travel arrangements to the luxury ski chalet in Arosa that our team of specialist travel experts can arrange on your behalf, or you’d like to take advantage of our concierge services, the Oxford Ski Company looks forward to helping you make your next ski break to the Swiss ski resort of Arosa a memorable experience, one which you and your companions will treasure forever.
For the definitive luxury ski break to charming Arosa in the Swiss Alps, let the Oxford Ski Company take care of all your arrangements so that you can experience the ski holiday you know you deserve.
- Our favourite run: Tomelitali
- Best off-piste: Hornli down to Tschiertschen
- Mountain Lunch: Alpenblick
- Après Ski: Bruggli Bar
- Dinner: Lamm und Leu
- Non-skiers: Winter hiking
- Ski School: Ski School Arosa
- Private Guides: ABC Schneesport
- Childcare: Through Hotel Concierge
- Massage: Tschuggen Grand Hotel
- Transfers: Train or Hotel's private transfer
- Domaine: Arosa - Lenzerheide
- Resort Height: 1,775m
- Skiing Elevation: 1,739 - 2,865m
- Pistes: 225km
- Blue: 49%
- Red: 39%
- Black: 12%
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What makes us different?
We have been designing and delivering luxury ski holidays for 25 years. Our experience in the industry is unparalleled. You can trust us to create the perfect trip for you and your family.
Our team live and breathe skiing and are passionate about the destinations we sell. We work with only the best chalet and hotel providers. All are regularly inspected to ensure our exacting standards are met.
Each Oxford Ski Company booking includes our complimentary pre-arrival concierge service. Your specialist will help arrange the all-important finer details that are part of planning the perfect ski holiday.