Buzzworthy skiing escapes on both sides of the Atlantic

The Four Seasons arrives in Megève, while Stein Eriksen Lodge has revamped its residences in Utah

Stein Eriksen Lodge in Utah has added several new residences with state-of-the-art entertainment rooms
Stein Eriksen Lodge in Utah has added several new residences with state-of-the-art entertainment rooms

There’s buzzworthy expansion on the ski slopes on both sides of the Atlantic. Four Seasons (fourseasons.com; from €600) made its first Alpine foray late last year in Megève: the only ski-in, ski-out resort in the Rothschild-built enclave opens, perhaps predictably, with the largest, most comprehensive hotel spa in the French Alps, and a two-Michelin-star restaurant – in the form of local stalwart Le 1920, relocated from its village home into this elegant six-storey complex.

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In Utah’s Deer Valley, meanwhile, everyone’s favourite old-school redoubt Stein Eriksen Lodge has added several residences – awash in beiges, greiges and whites to complement the Rocky Mountain majesty beyond the picture windows – with state‑of-the-art entertainment rooms and other by-now requisite trappings of this most coveted winter address. SJ Villas (sjvillas.co.uk; from £600) has the UK exclusive.

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