Ready to hit the slopes? If you’re gearing up for ski season or just need a remarkable getaway, booking a ski trip might be right for you.
From the epic slopes of Deer Valley and the U.S. to Canada’s Whistler range, there’s something for everyone.
If you need help figuring out which ski property offers the most value for your points, we’ve gathered the best ski resorts in the world you can book on points!
- 1. The St. Regis Deer Valley (United States)
- 2. W Verbier (Switzerland)
- 3. The St. Regis Aspen Resort (United States)
- 4. The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler (Canada)
- 5. The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch (United States)
- 6. Higashiyama Niseko Village, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve (Japan)
- 7. Hubertus Mountain Refugio Allgäu (Germany)
- 8. The Westin Rusutsu Resort (Japan)
- 9. Delta Whistler Village Suites (Canada)
- 10. Hotel Schweizerhof Zermatt (Switzerland)
- 11. JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa (Canada)
- 12. Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono (Japan)
- 13. The Westin Trillium House (Canada)
- 14. Le Westin Resort & Spa Tremblant, Quebec (Canada)
- 15. Everline Resort & Spa (United States)
- Wrapping Up
1. The St. Regis Deer Valley (United States)
One of the most prestigious St. Regis hotels in the world, The St. Regis Deer Valley (and Deer Valley in general) is an alluring resort and location reminiscent of Aspen. Lined with top shopping boutiques and restaurants, the resort offers convenience and accessibility to guests.
To reach the hotel, guests can drive there or go by Funicular (the more fun option). It takes about 90 seconds from the base of the mountain to the resort lobby.
There are 117 rooms and 64 suites available so there’s a possibility you could get upgraded if a suite is available. Starter rooms are 435 square feet, with space to stretch out and relax. A king bed sits flanked by bedsides and a colorful headboard. There’s a desk, chair, flatscreen TV, minibar, and a balcony.
Inside the bathroom is a vanity space with double sinks, a private shower, and a toilet. There’s a soaking tub with towels and Laboratoire Remede toiletries.
Guests can expect butler service with complimentary services like packing and unpacking, garment pressing, shoe shining, and 24-hour delivery of tea and coffee.
For amenities, there’s ski-in/ski-out access, a hot tub, and a swimming pool. Get your sweat on at the gym, where you get a host of quality gym equipment. If you need to unwind, the Remede Spa can provide various treatments.
Onsite dining is available at J&G Grill, but keep in mind it books out fast so set reservations in advance. Holding a Marriott Platinum status means you’re entitled to a free breakfast for two. If you’re paying for breakfast, adult buffets cost $38 while it’s $25 for kids.
You can book a room at The St. Regis Deer Valley on points by exchanging 96,000 to 126,000 Marriott points per night for a standard room.
Cash rates start at $545 to $4,609 per night (average $964).
2. W Verbier (Switzerland)
Unlike other flashy W hotels, W Verbier is more understated but has a personality in its unique way.
Getting to W Verbier means flying into the Geneva Cointrin Airport (GVA) before taking a train to the station. You’ll head to Le Châble where you can reach the Verbier ski village via cable car.
Built like a chalet, the resort has a lot of wood on its exterior. Of course, the distinctive W logo on the roof signals it’s no ordinary chalet. Once you enter the lobby, the bright, vivid decor of a typical W resort is unmistakable.
The starter rooms at W Verbier are the biggest in the area. These rooms include warm blonde touches. Immediately to the right upon entry is a door leading to the toilet and closet. There’s a king bed with floor-to-ceiling windows leading to a balcony. A couple of small chairs are provided so you can admire the outside views.
In front of the bed is a chic leather seating area, including a flatscreen TV, desk, and a small minibar with a Nespresso machine. The room also comes with a fireplace.
Walk into the bathroom and you’re greeted by a soaking tub, and a private shower with a handheld and rainfall showerhead. A toilet and Bliss toiletries are added to the mix.
Dine in any of the 6 restaurants and bars onsite. You can have a full breakfast buffet as well as an après-ski drink. Guests can indulge in a spa, fitness center, and heated indoor and outdoor pool on the second floor too.
Another thing about W is you can access a 24/7 shuttle around Verbier. Skiers will also love the ski-in/ski-out access the property offers.
You can stay at W Verbier on points when you exchange 65,000 to 124,000 points per night for an entry-level room.
For paid rates, it starts at $642 to $1,899 per night (average $942).
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3. The St. Regis Aspen Resort (United States)
The St. Regis Aspen Resort in Colorado is a top-tier ski destination for those wanting to explore the Aspen slopes.
Located in the middle of the town, it’s an easy walk to restaurants, shops, and more. However, if you don’t want to walk, you can take a free shuttle supplied by the hotel. Enter the lobby and you’ll find classic and glamorous chandeliers hanging above comfy leather chairs as well as chic tables.
Standard spaces start with a Superior King Room. These provide 400 square feet with a king bed with plush pillow-top mattresses. Beautiful leather armchairs, earth-tone rugs, and wooden headboards all work together to create a cozy vibe. The room also comes with a working desk and balcony.
There’s a flatscreen TV, an Illy coffeemaker, and a minibar with a variety of drinks. Inside the bathroom are two large sinks, gorgeous gray marble, a soaking tub, a toilet, and convenient showers with a rainfall showerhead with Laboratoire Remede products.
Amenities like a hot tub and heated swimming pool are in the middle of the resort. To keep warm, there’s an outdoor fire pit to enjoy lunch or drinks. The gym is open 24/7 including conference rooms and the Remede Spa.
Although it’s not a ski-in/ski-out resort, it’s only a 5-minute walk to the base of Aspen Mountain. The hotel also offers a complimentary shuttle service for convenience.
Breakfast is offered at St. Regis Aspen Velvet Buck Restaurant. There’s also the Mountain Social Bar & Lounge for outstanding drinks.
You can book The St. Regis Aspen Resort by exchanging 72,000 to 126,000 points per night.
For cash rates, it starts at $555 to $3,560 per night (average $880).
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4. The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler (Canada)
For a fun and convenient skiing season, The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler is a lively area where you get easy access to the ski lifts up Whistler Mountain. It’s also within a 2-minute walk to shops and restaurants, allowing you to enjoy the scenery and nightlife with ease.
Studio Suites are the starter rooms. These are simple yet elegant with a classic, homey design including carpeted floors, a king bed, and sofas.
There’s an oversized chair, flatscreen TV, a desk, a minibar, a small fridge, and a fireplace. Higher-category rooms supply a full kitchenette. The bathrooms are roomy with a glass-covered shower room, toilet, and soaking tub.
While here, you can partake of a host of health and wellness facilities including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, a bright and airy gym, a business center, and a spa.
This hotel is available for point booking when you exchange 52,000 to 80,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night.
If you’re opting to pay in cash, it starts at $283 to $1,636 per night (average $773).
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5. The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch (United States)
The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch is accessible from the Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) within 30 minutes and about can be reached in 20 minutes from Vail.
With 180 rooms and suites, you can sit cozy and warm when you’re not out hitting the slopes. The rooms have recently been refreshed with a more modern appeal. There’s a king bed dressed in white sheets and complemented by chic furniture. Exquisite wood details are on the walls together with subtle patterns on the pillows and carpet.
The bathrooms have also been updated to showcase stylish twin sinks and mirrors. Lighted lamps are on either side of the sink to create a well-lighted space. In addition, there is a shower, tub, and toilet along with toiletries.
You can enjoy a host of amenities here including a ski valet, ski-in/ski-out access, a ski shop, and even a ski-nanny program. Kids can also visit the wolf sanctuary nearby, attend a cookie-making class, or hang out in the game room.
After a rigorous ski session, you might want to drop by The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch spa. The spa is moody and dark with a striking grotto pool. Speaking of pools, there’s another one outside along with 3 hot tubs. Unfortunately, they do close early at 7:00 p.m. and can get crowded before then.
Other facilities include an extensive gym, complimentary snowshoe excursions each morning, free s’mores, and even live music. Dining is available at several restaurants onsite including Wyld, Buffalos, Grab and Go Market, and Sakaba.
The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch is available for points booking, starting at 65,600 to 126,000 Marriott points per night.
You can pay in cash beginning at $395 to $1,285 per night (average $759).
6. Higashiyama Niseko Village, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve (Japan)
Mention Niseko and there’s only one thing you’ll hear – snow. This beautiful resort town in the northernmost part of Hokkaido, Japan has become a hub for chic luxury hotels, among them Higashiyama Niseko Village, A Ritz-Carlton Reserve.
Inside the property are 43 modern guestrooms and 7 beautiful suites. These are trendy and elegant with rich warm wood tones and enchanting views of nature outside. Western-style king beds pair with large sofas and minimalist furnishings.
Equally dazzling are the bathrooms with their rich dark wood detailing, clean lines on the shower, and exquisite bathtub with a view. Robes, hairdryers, and other bath amenities are also in the room.
Dine on delicious meals at the signature restaurant, Yukibana. There’s à la carte breakfast at the property as well. Also check out Sushi Nagi headed by Chef Taira Tsuneyoshi and Ume Lounge for drinks, coffee, and cocktails.
This stunning resort hotel can be booked on points by using 80,000 to 88,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night.
When you book a room in cash, the prices start at $623 to $2,193 per night (average $1,767).
7. Hubertus Mountain Refugio Allgäu (Germany)
Named after the patron saint of hunters and fishermen, the Hubertus Mountain Refugio Allgäu is a unique mountain retreat set amidst the Bavarian countryside.
Offering 66 luxurious suites and private apartments, each room has a balcony showcasing exquisite views of the mountains of Allgäu.
Single as well as double rooms are available starting at 322 square feet. These airy and fresh abodes include a king bed with floor-to-ceiling windows. Blonde wood details inject a sense of warmth while smart armchairs, cowhide-patterned carpets, and rich dark accents exude a chalet vibe.
The bathrooms are immense with a single sink, wood accents, and wall mirrors. A separate shower and toilet make things convenient and functional when you’re traveling with someone else.
For amenities, the hotel has a dedicated spa, an infinity pool, a relaxing Alpine Zen garden with onsite Japanese onsen, and a bathing pond.
There’s also a fitness center, a yoga space, an indoor pool, a fine dining restaurant (Edelweiss) as well as various activities like hiking, biking, and skiing, depending on the season.
You can stay at this Category 7 hotel by spending 25,000 SLH Hyatt points per night for a standard room.
When booking in cash, the rates start at $509 to $677 per night (average $550).
8. The Westin Rusutsu Resort (Japan)
One of the best hotels and resorts in Asia, The Westin Rusutsu Resort is one of Marriott’s top Japanese hotels. This means you can save big when using points here.
Featuring all bi-level suites, each room is spacious – containing all the amenities for a convenient ski resort stay. The first thing to greet you when entering the room is a set of stairs leading to the ground level.
The downstairs has a spacious living area with wood chairs and windows providing a view. Two Murphy beds are cleverly hidden in the walls. This allows for maximum space efficiency when you use the room.
At the back part is a small kitchen counter supplied with a Nespresso machine, basic utensils, glasses, as well as sachets of tea and coffee. Inside the bathroom are two double sinks backed by a gigantic mirror.
There’s a dedicated shower and bath with towels and toiletries you can use. A separate room is allocated for a Japanese toilet. Upstairs, there are more beds, a flat-screen TV, and a desk. The staff also supplies a daily snow forecast as well as complimentary biscuits.
A daily breakfast buffet is available for 3000 JPY or about $21. You can also have dinner at the Kazahana Restaurant. When it comes to things to do, you can soak in the beautiful onsen bath at the property. There’s a narrow indoor heated pool, a cold pool, and a sauna.
Those who want to ski can borrow gear at the ski rental counter. A locker is reserved for each room so you can leave items here when you go out or after you come back. Finally, there’s a tiny gym and a host of coin laundry machines for convenience.
You can stay at The Westin Rusutsu Hotel for 54,000 to 75,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night.
If you want to book in cash, the standard room rates go from $264 to $1,350 per night (average $529).
9. Delta Whistler Village Suites (Canada)
Situated in the northern part of Whistler Village, the Delta Whistler Village Suites is easily accessible to shops, restaurants, and coffee shops. Even though it may be strategic if you want to enjoy a night out in the town, it is a bit further away from the gondolas that will take you to the mountains.
Unlike other resorts in the area, Delta Whistler Village Suites furnishes an all-suite room, meaning there’s always a kitchenette in each room. Hence, there are no onsite dining options or breakfast provided.
Starter rooms are 250 square feet of space. It’s a little compact but supplies enough room for all standard amenities. Carpeted floors with clean modern beds with white sheets act as a great resting place.
In front of the bed are a flatscreen TV, a desk and chair, along with a mini fridge, counter and sink, a coffeemaker, bottled water, a grocery shopping service, and a microwave. The bathroom is standard but has a clean design with a sink, toilet, and shower/tub combination.
Although the hotel doesn’t have an onsite restaurant, the Brickworks Public House is connected to the hotel and offers good gastropub meals. The hotel also has an indoor and outdoor heated pool, a fitness center, and 2 hot tubs.
You can book this hotel on points from 41,000 to 62,000 Marriott points for an entry-level space.
Paying in cash means shelling out $255 to $930 per night (average $480).
10. Hotel Schweizerhof Zermatt (Switzerland)
Hotel Schweizerhof Zermatt is a newly renovated hotel right on Zermatt’s main street. It’s easily accessible, in front of the train station and a block away from the slopes.
This 95-room hotel carries bright rooms with stunning Alpine decor. Take your pick from big suites to intimate guestrooms. Each space features a neutral color palette with tall windows leading to a balcony (some of which have views of the Matterhorn).
A king bed with a thick duvet sits on top of blonde wood floors. There’s a small table and chair, a flatscreen TV, an open storage area, a minibar including a Nespresso machine, and bathrooms filled with premium amenities including a Dyson hairdryer.
Enjoy several restaurants and bars including The Schweizerhof Kitchen, Cheese Factory, and La Muna.
If you want to indulge in amenities, the hotel has the Schweizerhof Spa, a kid’s club, parking, transfer services, and ski rental.
Book a stay here on points, starting with 25,000 to 35,000 Hyatt points per night for an entry-level space.
When booking in cash, the rates start at $442 to $626 per night (average $450).
11. JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa (Canada)
The JW Marriott The Rosseaus Muskoka Resort & Spa may have a name that’s a mouthful but it’s a ravishing resort located 2.5 hours away from the city of Toronto.
Entry-level spaces start with the studio room going up to suites. These rooms have a king bed and a sofa bed. It features a courtyard view instead of the lake, but it does include a fireplace to keep you warm and toasty during winter.
Modern and cozy serves as the theme for this spacious 464 square feet room. It comes with a striking dark blue accent wall contrasting with the rest of the white walls. A king bed is propped against a carved wooden headboard and crisp white linens. In front of the bed is a flatscreen TV with a desk.
The bathroom has a classic look with marble counters, a single sink, a large mirror, and plenty of towels and toiletries. A toilet and separate bathtub and shower are also supplied.
At the resort, you can find a fitness center, a spa, private beach access (summer), an indoor and outdoor pool, an outdoor hot tub, a game room, and even a toddler room. Dining is available at Cottages or The Deck.
Stay at this lavish hotel for 40,000 to 66,000 Marriott points per night for starter spaces.
Room rates when you’re paying in cash will start at $309 to $597 per night (average $395).
12. Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono (Japan)
Luxury ski resorts have been popping in and out of Niseko for years, but no doubt, the Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono is one of the fanciest here.
This ski-in/ski-out resort is right on the slopes and is reachable via a 2-hour drive from Sapporo. Hanazono Ski Resort is known for its wonderful powder skiing – making it a big draw for dedicated skiers the world over.
Nearby, a small ski village, composed of restaurants, shops, cafes, and bars, along with luxury properties like the Park Hyatt creates a vibrant area where skiers happily converge.
Guests can choose from several room categories, from guestrooms, suites, apartment-style spaces, or whole residences with kitchen facilities. Chic and luxurious, these spaces showcase a neutral finish with clean lines that echo a fresh, contemporary Japanese aesthetic.
King Bed Studios provide 871 square feet of space with a designated area for a king bed, a dining space that fits four people, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a living room. The bedroom has a walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom with a roomy shower fitted with a rainfall showerhead and a dedicated soaking tub. A private space for a toilet is available as well.
The Park Hyatt Niseko has a glorious spa, a 24-hour front desk, private parking, a gym, a swimming pool, and 11 bars and luxury restaurants. The small village of Hinafu is only 20 minutes away if you want to explore.
Skiers will appreciate the ski valet, multi-lingual staff, and easy access to the beginner slopes, tube ark, and Indoor Kids Adventure Area within meters away from the resort.
Have a glamorous ski vacation here when you exchange 35,000 to 40,000 Hyatt points per night.
Despite being a Park Hyatt resort, the cash prices here can be reasonable, starting at $304 to $500 per night (average $380) for an entry-level room.
13. The Westin Trillium House (Canada)
The Westin Trillium House sits at the base of Blue Mountain, close to the Georgian Bay. It’s about a 2-hour drive from Toronto and a 6-minute walk to the shops and restaurants of Blue Mountain Village.
Entry-level rooms include a large queen size bed with a pillow-top mattress and an extra pull-out sofa. Rooms here are kept chic and pristine with carpeted floors, a two-seater table, a flat-screen TV, an armchair, and a fireplace.
There’s a small kitchenette with a microwave and mini fridge. Even silverware and utensils are supplied so you can dine with ease. The bathroom is slightly dated but clean and functional. It has a marble sink, mirror, toilet, and a shower/tub combination.
Apart from exploring the nearby town or skiing the slopes, there’s plenty to do at the resort. Guests can indulge in the outdoor swimming pool or whirlpool tubs. In addition, a 24-hour gym, a full-service restaurant, and a lobby bar are all here.
You can book a night at the resort on points by using 40,000 to 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points for starter space.
For cash bookings, it starts at $294 to $509 per night (average $375).
14. Le Westin Resort & Spa Tremblant, Quebec (Canada)
One of two Marriott properties in Tremblant, Le Westin Resort & Spa Tremblant offers a host of rooms and suites including pet-friendly services for anyone traveling with a furry friend.
If you’re flying in from the Mont-Tremblant International Airport (YTM), it’ll take about 45 minutes to reach the hotel.
In total, the hotel offers 53 rooms and 69 suites. Each one is spacious with a neutral color palette, white bedding as well as dark wood furniture.
Big windows furnish sunlight with homey fixtures like a flatscreen TV, a desk, gas fireplaces, and open kitchenettes or full kitchens. Other items include a toaster, fridge, kettle, coffeemaker, and microwave. Dishes and utensils are also in the kitchen area.
Contemporary bathrooms include black tiled floors with shower and tub combinations and rainfall showerheads. Additional items like toiletries, hairdryers, and robes are also here.
For skiers, there’s a ski locker onsite and easy ski-out access from the Mount Tremblant Ski Resort. There’s also a heated outdoor saltwater pool and a heated tub.
Those who want to catch up on their exercise can hit the 24-hour gym and if you forget your gear, there’s a borrowing program sponsored by New Balance where you can borrow shoes, clothing, etc., for a fee. A full-service spa and sauna, laundry, service as well as a full-service restaurant are here too.
You can stay at this hotel by spending 50,000 to 80,000 points per night for a standard room.
When booking in cash, the rates start at $211 to $1,699 per night (average $317).
15. Everline Resort & Spa (United States)
The Everline Resort & Spa is an idyllic mountain escape in California. This hotel sits at the same spot where the 1960 Winter Olympics was once held. It’s also minutes away from Lake Tahoe and offers fantastic slopes in winter and verdant mountainside in the summer.
Delivering 405 rooms and suites, the Deluxe King Room with Forest View serves as the starter space. It has 379 square feet of space with contemporary amenities and trendy decor. The room comes with a king bed, enormous windows with a view of the forest, a desk, and a table. Modern touches like a flatscreen TV, a mini fridge, and a coffeemaker are also here.
The bathroom looks a bit dated with a marble sink, rich wood furniture a toilet, a shower, and bath products. However, it is perfectly functional.
Explore the resort and try out the swimming pool, 3 fantastic heated tubs, a 150-foot water slide, a fitness center as well as hiking and skiing trails. There are 2 restaurants and a bar onsite for food and drinks.
Stay at this convenient ski hotel by exchanging 25,000 to 35,000 Hyatt points per night.
For cash rates, it starts at $333 to $619 per night (average $420).
Check out these hotels if you’re after an outstanding skiing adventure. With amazing access to the slopes, great food and dining options, as well as amazing amenities, you can secure a seamless skiing experience anytime.
It’s even a bonus that you can book these resorts on points. This means you’ll get plenty of savings and spend your cash enjoying all the other amenities on location.