All Chalets Increases Range of Ski Chalets for Next Season

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All Chalets increases range of ski chalets for next season. The current ski season is not yet over but already the ski deals for the 2014-2015 season is starting to appear.

All Chalets increases range of ski chalets for next season

The current ski season is not yet over but already the ski deals for the 2014-2015 season is starting to appear. Despite the fact that there is still plenty of high altitude ski resorts open for the rest of April and some even into May, for skiers or snowboarders looking for a serious bargain for next year or wanting to book a peak week like New Year or mid-term, now is the time to start looking at the bargains.

The busy holiday weeks always get booked well in advance, so to book a prime chalet or ski apartment in a popular ski resort now is the time of year to start searching.

AllChalets is one of the companies at the forefront of the ski accommodation industry. According to the company’s managing director the team at All Chalets has been working hard to bring guest’s the widest possible choice of ski accommodation. Mr O’Leary commented, “Our goal at All Chalets is offer the widest choice of ski chalets on the market. Our main focus just now is on the European ski resorts and in particular France, Austria and Switzerland. Our range of ski accommodation includes chalets direct from owners, ski accommodation from property managers and also ski apartments from some of the larger ski property companies. With almost 6,000 individual ski chalets and apartments now listed on the site we offer the widest choice possible for European ski accommodation. Whether the guest is looking for a luxury catered ski chalet or simply a self-catered ski apartment we aim to have something on offer in every resort. As well as offering a wide choice we have designed our website so that it is easy to filter the search results and quickly find the ideal ski chalet. Guests can then contact the chalet owner direct or in many cases book the property online.”

The AllChalet’s model is an interesting one as they combine ski accommodation from several sources allowing the traveler a wider choice in the one location. Recently they have teamed up with Pierre et Vacances and @Leisure Group to bring a wider choice of self-catered chalets and ski apartments to the market. By combining private ski chalets with accommodation from ski property managers it allows skiers and snow boarders to search a range of ski holidays right across Europe.

A quick check of some other chalet accommodation sites showed that AllChalets has by far the largest range of ski chalet listings. The site has useful menu tabs at the top of the pages that allows guests to quickly filter the search results based on either catered chalets or self-catered properties. To dig a little deeper the user can filter by country to give a list of chalets in France, chalets in Austria or any other country with a ski resort. Finally specific requirements such as a hot tub or sauna can be marked as options to further narrow down the search.

Getting back to the 2014-15 season, avid skiers might want to pencil in a few important dates. Christmas day and New Year’s day both fall on a Thursday this year so bear that in mind when booking and for the mid-term holidays, the 2015 English half-term starts on 14th Feb. Just in time for Valentine’s Day on the slopes. Mr O’Leary added, “The busy Christmas, New Year and school holiday weeks often book up more than 12 months in advance. It is great to see people returning to the All Chalets website just after their last ski holiday and immediately booking for the next season. It is these types of return visitors that make the site so popular with both chalet owners and guests.”

To find out more about AllChalets checking out their website The site is one of the best resources available to help choose the best place for a ski holiday. Here are some useful sections from the website:
Catered Ski Chalets:
Chalets in Austria:    
Ski Chalets in France:

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