There’s nothing better than the fresh air and sunny skies that only the mountains can offer. So get far away from grey city skies these coming months with our selection of warm, cozy Alpine resorts.
the code magazine the Cambrian resort Alps

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. An outdoor thermal pool hypnotically appears as though it is flowing over its own edge to lead its occupants straight into the surrounding soaring mountains. Combining sleek, modern design with innovative uses of natural, local materials, The Cambrian’s exquisite interior effortlessly reflects its exterior, adding to the purifying immensity of the mountains. With some of Switzerland’s best ski slopes, as well as hiking trails, this outstanding location is the ideal destination for both winter and summer. Adelboden, meaning “noble ground”,’ is conveniently situated a mere 45 minutes from Bern and only an hour and a half from Geneva.

Alpine resorts // Hotel Zhero

At Zhero – Ischgl/Kappl, comfort and innovative design combine with world-class mountain opportunities to bring you the ultimate Alpine experience.
Why go to the Alps? For the fresh air, the panoramic views and the rush of adrenaline that comes with careening down the slopes, or for the aftermath of those mountain adventures: sitting by a fireplace, drink in hand, preparing to head out for dinner or the sauna… Now you can experience the best of both worlds at Hotel Zhero – Ischgl/Kappl. Incorporating Tyrolean tradition and upscale, innovative architecture, the hotel combines smart contemporary design with the comfort of home. The nearby Ischgl resort beckons with 38 kilometers of pristine powder and its infamous après-ski parties.

Hotel des Trois Vallées // Alpine resorts

The epitome of post-war modernist design, the renovated Hotel des Trois Vallées is the ultimate gateway to some of the best skiing in the French Alps.
The hotel is the oldest establishment in Courchevel 1850. It was originally built to accommodate the resort’s ski pioneers; today it is celebrating a return to its roots, having been redesigned as a Luxury Inn. Enjoy life at the top and a unique mountain experience in the heart of Courchevel, just a few steps from the slopes in one of the world’s most spectacular ski resorts. The spa, with sauna, Turkish bath, and a large Jacuzzi, is a wash in natural materials and is a great showcase of modernist mountain design.

Hotel Fitz Roy ski resort // Alpine resorts

Located at the center of Europe’s highest ski resort, Le Fitz Roy warms the heart with its understated luxury, fantastic cuisine, and spectacular views.
Fitz Roy is the peak of luxury, catering to all those who love Val Thorens. Perched at an altitude of 2,300 metres, on the Place de l’Eglise, this legendary chalet has been the meeting place of mountain enthusiasts to enjoy the elegance and friendly atmosphere in an understated luxury setting for over 20 years. It is a home away from home in the mountains. It’s like being in your own elegant and comfortable family chalet!
 And after a day of skiing, the hotel’s spa has a swimming pool carved out of the mountainside, a Turkish bath, and sauna to complete the experience.

Hotel De Rougemont, Gstaad // Alpine Resorts

Located 1007 meters above sea level, Hotel de Rougemont merges the fairy tale landscape of Gstaad in the Swiss Alps, with contemporary luxury.
It is surrounded by majestic pine trees and boasts breathtaking views of the Gstaad Dolomites.  A cozy lounge with a fireplace, a wine bar with the best Swiss varietals, and a gold-onyx-and-wood-accented bar provide plenty of spaces to relax and mingle. The luxurious spa, illuminated by numerous candles and black mosaic (in the pool area), offers treatments using Pure Altitude products made from organic alpine plants.  BOOK HERE