Having been recognised as a European hospitality leader by the World Ski Awards, Breaking Travel News here chats with Le Chalet Mont Blanc general manager, Martin Bromley, to find out more about the one-of-a-kind property
Having been recognised as one of the best in the business by voters at the World Ski Awards, Breaking Travel News here chats with Shannon Exelby, general manager at Astra Falls Creek, to find out more about the luxurious property
Having been recognised as one of the best ski hospitality providers anywhere on earth by World Ski Awards, Breaking Travel News here chats with Ito Tatsuya from Lotte Arai Resort to find out more
Having been honoured with a top title at the World Ski Awards, Breaking Travel News here chats to Sergey Khvorostyany, deputy general director for international relations at Rosa Khutor, about how it feels to have won
World Ski Awards – the global initiative to recognise and reward excellence in ski tourism – has unveiled the winners of its programme to coincide with its inaugural World Ski Awards Winners Day.
World Ski Awards has published a series of interviews with industry leaders as part of its #Restart campaign to galvanise the sector in the wake of Covid-19. The initiative includes insight on their experiences during lockdown, and advice on how to navigate the crisis.
World Ski Awards has unveiled a new initiative that aims to galvanise the recovery efforts of the global ski tourism industry in the wake of Covid-19. #ReStart will serve as a resource of information, practical advice, marketing and PR support,
As the World Ski Awards returns to the Alpine resort for the seventh annual Gala Ceremony, Breaking Travel News chats with Viktoria Veider-Walser, chief executive of Kitzbühel Tourism, to find out about what we can expect from the upcoming season.
The leading figureheads, decisionmakers and innovators in the wintersport industry gathered at the newly-refurbished A-ROSA Kitzbühel for the seventh annual World Ski Awards to find out who among them had been crowned the finest in their fields.
Following 15 successful years, the five-star A-ROSA Kitzbühel has undergone an extensive renovation and expansion. Encompassing an investment of several million euros, guests to the hotel will now be welcomed to new public areas, new rooms and enhanced suites.
Substantial work is currently underway to upgrade Kitzbühel’s 35-year-old Fleckalmbahn lift. The €27.5 million project will see bigger, faster and more comfortable cabins coming in to use this December.
The leading figureheads, decision-makers and innovators of the ski industry are heading to the legendary Austrian resort of Kitzbühel for the World Ski Awards 2018.