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Ski Line looks to double its £5million turnover in 2006
Monday, 15 August 2005
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Ski Line offers over 70 new exciting destinations to discover during the 2006 ski season –

The UK’s leading independent worldwide ski property rental specialist, Ski Line, claims to be taking the biggest step forward of any UK ski operator for the 2006 season. The company, which last year turned over £5million in 2005 and is looking to double that figure in 2006, has dramatically increased the size of its programme for the coming ski season, raising the number of ski resorts on offer from under ninety to a massive 168. New resorts available include the Borovets (Bulgaria), Kitzbuhel (Austria), Argentiere (France), Bardonecchia (Italy), Steamboat (USA), Soldeu (Andorra) and Fernie (Canada).

“We are always looking to improve quality and choice for our customers, and for the 2006 season we have done exactly that. Unlike many ski property websites, we are a real skiers' ski company," Managing Director of Ski Line, Angus Kinloch, comments. “It’s not just a question of adding the best properties, but also adding the best staff – something which the bigger ski property rental companies have overlooked. To ensure a good working relationship with our customers, we know that we have to employ staff who are more passionate, more obsessive and more knowledgeable about skiing or boarding than they are. It sounds simple enough, but actually acquiring staff with the required knowledge of the 70 odd new resorts has been anything but; which is precisely why we are the only company looking to make such progress in 2006".

A number of enhancements for 2006 add new dimensions to Ski Line’s previous packages, including new self-catering chalet holidays, which allow customers on a smaller budget to visit resorts in the Alps and experience the rich culture and skiing that is on offer across Europe.

In addition, the website now features a full range of luxurious properties in idyllic mountainside locations, large chalets big enough for two or three families, elegant and modern apartments for two, properties positioned close to or on the piste and traditional resort favourites, geared to those looking for ski, snow and schnapps.

Ski Line also offers a range of special offers and last minute deals for those looking to travel in low season or discounts if more than one family are travelling together. To speak to a ski holiday advisor please telephone Ski Line on 0870 950 4420 or visit www.skiline.co.uk for further information.

Ski Line 2006 – Fact Sheet

Here are just four examples of the many Ski Line properties still available over Christmas and New Year:

If you’re looking for some challenging skiing over the festive season, head to Chalet Marmotte (sleeps 14) in Val d’Isere, France. A true ski in, ski out property, the seven-bedroomed (all en-suite) Savoyarde style building is situated right next to the piste (which leads into the centre of the village). A week’s stay, commencing 19 December, is just £805 pp – or £1,197 pp for the week commencing 26 December. Based on two sharing, price includes flights (departing Gatwick) and transfers.

Part of the Sella Ronda and situated within the dramatic Dolomite mountain range, Selva in Italy is a traditional resort which boasts a vast network of connected slopes. Chalet Vanadis (sleeps nine) is conveniently located in the centre of the village and is just a two minute walk from the Ciampinoi gondola. A week’s stay, commencing 24 December, is just £679 pp – falling to £613 pp for the week commencing 31 December. Prices are based on two sharing and include flights (departing from various regional airports) and transfers.

Chalet Preiml (sleeps 13) is a typical tyrolean chalet, sitting in idyllic location at the base of the Zug Valley on the outskirts of Lech, Austria. The seven-bedroomed chalet is situated right next to the Zugerbahn chairlift, which gives direct access to the heart of Lech’s ski area – and intermediate and advanced skiers can virtually ski back to the chalet from both the Lech and Zurs side of the valley. A week’s stay, commencing 24 December, is just £649 pp – or £699 pp for the week commencing 31 December. Prices are based on two sharing and include flights (departing from Gatwick or Manchester) and transfers.

Available throughout December is the super luxurious Chalet Zen (sleeps eight) in Zermatt, Switzerland. Sitting under the masterful gaze of the Klein Matterhorn, the property is one of an exclusive handful of stand-alone chalets available to rent in Zermatt and just 100m from the Schwarzsee lift. Perfect for those who enjoy the decadent side of skiing, guests can relax in style after a day on the slopes whilst sipping champagne in the outdoor hot tub, or enjoy a steam shower and massage. Other facilities include plasma screen TVs and wireless broadband internet connection. A week’s stay, commencing 19 December, is just £19,106 (total) – or £23,300 (total) for the week commencing 26 December. Prices include flights (departing from various regional airports) and transfers.

All prices include seven nights’ catered chalet accommodation (daily breakfast, afternoon tea and evening meal six days a week,). Please telephone Ski Line on 0870 950 4420 or visit www.skiline.co.uk for further information.



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