Flexiski, the short break and flexible stay specialist that provides a premium experience in world class destinations, has re-launched following its change of ownership during the 2021-22 season.

There’s several new destinations including resorts in Canada, Switzerland, Austria, and France, with Norway and Italy also featuring this winter.

A new flagship chalet in the French resort of Avoriaz has also been launched for this winter. Chalet Renard Blanc is a contemporary and stylish luxury chalet with 6 bedrooms that sleeps up to 12 guests. The fully catered property is ski-in-ski-out in the heart of the high-altitude village of Avoriaz that links with the vast Portes du Soleil skiing area.

Flexible short breaks are available through the week and weekend, with prices starting at around £615pp for 3 nights including Geneva Airport transfers and half board chalet catering.

Other new destinations include Schladming, Austria with three hotels added to the programme where 3 nights, half board costs from £343pp. www.flexiski.com/destinations/austria/schladming

Saalbach in Austria is also new with two hotels. There’s packages including 3 nights all-inclusive from £452pp. www.flexiski.com/destinations/austria/saalbach

Bad Gastein is a further new edition for Flexiski with a new hotel in this famous spa town. www.flexiski.com/destinations/austria/bad-gastein

Back over in France, Flaine has been added to the flexiski resort portfolio with two new hotels and prices from £525pp, half board for 3 nights. www.flexiski.com/destinations/france/flaine

Managing Director of Flexiski, Dan Fox, said:

“It has been really exciting to re-launch Flexiski with some new destinations that are perfect for the UK market. As a premium flexible break operator, Flexiski helps to tailor-make all of the elements of a ski holiday, giving our customers the flexibility to enable them to ski when, where and for as long as they want. Our destinations include favourites such as Avoriaz but we also have some new destinations in Norway and Italy coming up too. Bad Gastein is one of those Austrian resorts that doesn’t always feature for UK skiers, but it’s an incredible place and offers so much for non-skiers too. Flaine on the other hand is a very different resort but no less impressive, especially being linked to the fourth largest ski area in France, the Grand Massif and just over an hour’s transfer from Geneva Airport as well. We’ve got more choice than ever this winter including hotels and catered chalets, all across the Alps and beyond”.

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