Luxury travel doesn’t just mean stunning beach resorts in the balmy climes of the Mediterranean or the Caribbean. During the winter months of December, January, and February, some of the most dazzling luxury experiences can be had in the USA’s snowy mountain ranges.

From the epic peaks of Colorado to the cool ridges of California, there’s a vast range of options across the USA if you want to see just how alluring the luxury ski experience can be. Here’s Simply Select’s hottest choices for the most luxurious ski resorts in the USA:



With four world-class mountains offering an enormous variety of terrain and on-snow activities, it’s no surprise that Aspen is such a popular selection for hitting the slopes in the winter. Basking in over 300 days of sunshine per year on its gleaming mountains, this charming town is filled with some of the finest hotels, restaurants, and shops of any North American ski resort.

Hotel Jerome lobby

A classy stay since opening its doors in 1889, the mix of luxury and heritage at the Hotel Jerome is unmatched in Aspen. And with four bars, two restaurants, and a heated outdoor pool and hot tub, the Little Nell is the 5-star jewel in Aspen’s crown. The St Regis Aspen is also a stunning 5-star escape with wonderful views.

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Jackson Hole

Not only is Jackson Hole one of the most beautiful places on Earth, but the county of Jackson Hole also claims to have more billionaires per capita than any other in the USA. This isn’t surprising considering how luxurious its ski resort is. It’s also a serious skier’s destination thanks to the legendary run known as Corbet’s Couloir. Try it at your own risk!

Amangani lounge view

With king-sized beds, a fireplace, and sliding glass doors leading to a deck with mountain views, resorts in Jackson Hole don’t come much better than Amangani. The cozy luxury of the Four Seasons Resort is also perfect for those winter months, as is the boutique charms of Caldera House.

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Beaver Creek

A slice of European style inside the grandeur of the USA, Beaver Creek took inspiration from the likes of St. Moritz in Switzerland and brought it across the ocean. It’s also very friendly to skiers of all levels with a variety of different slopes to try, regardless of your ability. And when you’re not skiing, you can always just admire the amazing Colorado sunsets.

The Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch

The elegant Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch is a wonderfully luxurious place to spend your time in Beaver Creek but don’t sleep on the enormous 5-star Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa either.

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Lake Tahoe

When you think of California, skiing probably doesn’t come to mind but that is actually one of Lake Tahoe’s biggest selling points. Its location on a lake (and the stunning views that come with it) is unique enough but there will also be far fewer crowds than would be found at popular destinations like Aspen or Jackson Hole.

The Landing Lake Tahoe

Make the most of Lake Tahoe’s relaxed Californian vibes by staying at the magnificent Ritz-Carlton Lake Tahoe. Breakfast on the cool shores of Lake Tahoe at the gorgeous 82-room luxury resort The Landing.

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Back in Colorado is arguably the most popular ski resort in North America. With almost 200 trails across 5,000 acres served by more than 30 well-connected and efficient lifts, Vail’s size is what sets it apart. And offering just as many luxury options as its rivals, it would be churlish not to consider Vail this winter.

Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail

Featuring a Creekside infinity pool complex with fire pits and hot tubs, the Grand Hyatt Vail is a seriously luxurious stay. Enjoy real comfort also at the Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail and the Sonnenalp Vail.

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Deer Valley

Up in Utah’s Wasatch Range and around 36 miles from Salt Lake City is Deer Valley, a boutique resort that doesn’t suffer from congested slopes or crowds. Consistently one of the top-ranked ski resorts in North America, Deer Valley was also a venue site for the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley

A luxurious resort offering six restaurants and a full spa, the classy Waldorf Astoria Park City is arguably the finest hotel to rest your boots. Pure alpine serenity blended with contemporary sophistication is also available at the stunning Stein Eriksen Lodge. Enjoy the classy St Regis Deer Valley too.

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