Ski Vacation

Iceland: What’s On Offer For Your Next Vacation?

Iceland has recently been in the news for its banking crisis and for the activity of its Eyjafjallajokull volcano. And it is probably fair to say that, when thinking about Iceland, what comes to mind hot springs, geysers, the somewhat eccentric pop singer Bjork, and perhaps also Reykjavik’s non-stop nightlife.

Places to visit in Denver Colorado

Urban sophistication meets outdoor adventure in Denver, the Mile High City, with a major league-baseball stadium at the center of downtown, an architecturally stunning art museum, and towering skyscrapers amidst more classic refurbished buildings.

Jackson Hole Wyoming Must-Sees

High in the Rockies, on the doorstep of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, the jagged peaks of Wyoming’s Teton Range rise abruptly over pristine forests, fast-running rivers and the broad, flat valley known as Jackson Hole. Wrapped in such splendour, this celebrated year-round outdoor resort offers invigorating mountain air, skies dense with stars, and an astonishing profusion of wildlife.

Ski Sun Valley and Ketchum Idaho

Sun Valley is an American classic. The country’s original ski destination, created in 1936 by statesman Averell Harriman, it is still considered one of the finest ski resorts on the continent. Harriman was chairman of the board of Union Pacific Railroad in the 1930s, when he created the resort and its centrepiece, the luxurious Sun Valley Lodge, as a way to fill his trains during the quieter winter months.

Park Hyatt Beaver Creek Resort & Spa

Reminescent of a European hotel, the Park Hyatt Beaver Creek is ski-in/ski-out with ski concierge services, restaurants, full service spa and health Club and meeting space. The Park Hyatt Beaver Creek’s ambience is luxury with a residential look and feel. There are 190 guest rooms, (22 of which are suites) and connecting room options are available for families as well.