Nestled deep in a valley in the Swiss alpine village of Adelboden, The Cambrian looks out onto one of the world's most spectacular landscapes.
Combining modern design with innovative uses of natural materials, the exquisite interiors effortlessly reflect its environment.
Sitting serenely in the shadow of the Matterhorn, The Omnia offers spectacular views of the saw-toothed peaks and its car-free surroundings.
An abandoned gondola station and attached restaurant was transformed into the breathtaking hotel Chetzeron, whose rooms have panoromic views of the Rhone Valley and the majestic alpine peaks, from Matterhorn to Mont Blanc.
The renovated Hotel des Trois Vallees is the ultimate gateway to some of the best skiing in the French Alps.
Its wooden chalets subtly blends in with its breathtaking backdrop, while the interior pieces are worthy of a modern museum.
Set at an altitude of 2,300m, the iconic Le Fitz Roy sits in the centre of the highest ski resort in Europe.
An unpretentious sense of charm and service give this French mountain hotel a grand family chalet atmosphere.
Housed in a masterfully renovated 14th-century family estate, Wiesergut is a sanctuary of light, nature, and fresh air.
Floor-to-ceiling windows frame the awe-inspiring beauty of the mountains and valleys of the Kitzbuhel Alps.
Putting the Caucasus Mountains on the map, local designers have created a culturally sensitive hotel with an eye on its surroundings.
Its sweeping sun terrace provides a place to relax and soak in the amazing atmosphere.
The well-known apres-ski parties at Hotel Zhero-Ischgl/Kappl is well deserved after a day on the 38 km of pristine powder.
The hotel combines smart contemporary design with the comfort of home, and a luxurious top-up of private butler service for each of its four penthouse suites.
The Washington School House hotel's location is a year-round destination, with the celebrity-filled Sundance Film Festival in winter and world-class skiing on its doorstep.