There’s a lot to be said for holidaying alone. With noone else to consider, you can do exactly what you want, when you want to do it. Solo ski holidays can be a real tonic of relaxation.
Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced skier you can choose the tuition and the slopes that are just right for you, without having to compromise for other group members. You can also spend your leisure time exactly how you choose. Whether you feel like working out in the hotel gym, or sinking into a bubbling hot tub, you can indulge your every whim and want.
Of course, if you do want to enjoy some company on holiday you’ll have ample opportunity to make new friends on the slopes. Group tuition can be a great place to meet like-minded holidaymakers. And, if you’ve chosen a resort with a lively après ski scene, you can be sure of meeting new people in the bars and nightclubs of an evening.
Holidaying alone means that you can indulge in peaceful relaxation when you wish. You’ll also have ample opportunity to socialise with new-found friends. The only drawback to solo skiing can be the single supplements that many hotels charge.
Neilson Holidays doesn’t believe that solo skiers should have to pay more, so this specialist ski holiday providers has put together a handy list of hotel accommodation where no single supplement is charged, for cheap ski holidays.
With hotel options in Norway, Italy, Andorra, Austria and France, there’s plenty of choice when looking for singles-friendly accommodation in amazing ski resorts.
Leave family and friends at home and enjoy a super indulgent solo break spent pleasing no-one but yourself. You’re sure to find that it makes a refreshing change and, who knows, you may find yourself slipping off on solo ski holidays regularly.