Best Marriott Ski Resorts

Published by Harry Sowers on

All across the world, there are thousands of excellent luxurious ski resorts just waiting for skiers of all ages and levels to make reservations, unload their suitcases, and book massages to wind down after a rough day out on the slopes. But when you’re on the internet searching for the ideal ski resort, where should you stay? One popular choice for many skiers are the Marriott ski resorts. The Marriott has a line of luxurious ski resorts all over the world that will cater to your every need and whim and make you feel like you’re a king or a queen. So let’s learn about the best Marriott ski resorts to book this winter.

Features and Amenities of Marriott Ski Resorts

All-inclusive packages

You can choose a resort that offers an all-inclusive package for the easiest vacation you’ll ever have. These packages usually include drinks at the bar, tickets for dinner, access to many services at the spa, ski lift or shuttle service, and complimentary breakfast.

Breakfast Included

After a heavy skiing day, a good night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast are necessary. Although you can order from the hotel room service, to make your life easier, you can ask if the resort has any breakfast included, which can be delivered to your room or is available down in the lobby. By purchasing a breakfast included option, you can just wake up, put your robe on, and start carb-loading for the next skiing day.

Rental Equipment 

Nothing is worse than losing or forgetting an important piece of ski equipment, and now you have to replace it with your vacation money. Or maybe you just jumped on a plane with nothing and decided to rent all the equipment you need at a local shop in the area. But many resorts that cater to people who Ski and Snowboard in the winter have the equipment they can rent out.

Ski lift tickets

Purchasing ski lift tickets by the day can be expensive, so many resorts offer two or three or four days or even one-week passes that are less expensive because they are bundled together. Usually, there is no restricted time where you can’t take the lift, and you have access to the ski lifts all day long until it closes.

The Best Marriott ski resorts

Ski resort owned by Marriott

The St. Regis Aspen Resort 

Colorado has always been one of the finest states in the United States to find amazing mountains and slopes where the snow is pristine, and the weather is clear and bright. There’s plenty of room for skiers and snowboarders at the st. Regis Aspen Resort. One of the best five-star Luxury Resorts in Aspen, has a myriad of amenities that will make you regret leaving the property. The beautiful forest touches the backyard of the resort, so you’re never too far from a hike or a nature-filled walk or light jog. The resort also has ski equipment to rent, but you have to book in advance, or there may not be any equipment available if you try to book something on the day you arrive. The hotel even employees ski valets, so you don’t have to lug your equipment up and down the mountain top.  If this is your first time teaching your children to ski, take the responsibility off your shoulders and give it to one of the professional ski tutors available at the resort.

Le Westin Resort & Spa Tremblant, Quebec

The very sight of the Le Westin Resort will make any skier believe that they traveled to the French Alps. The scheme of the resort is an ode to all the chateaus and Bourgeois hotels that the Swiss, Austrians and French enjoy during the wintertime. But it is to be expected because the French heavily influence the province of Quebec. When you make a reservation at this resort, even the simplest room will feel like you have reserved a suite by mistake. The decor is simple but not bland, and if you have a room with a balcony, you can look out on the luscious forest outside. It has a spa in the hotel and several spas around in the local area that can cater to your every pain and ache. The hotel itself offers many summer and winter activities like hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, Mountain biking, and rock climbing.

The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch

Another fabulous Marriott ski resort, the Ritz Carlton, is a five-star resort in Colorado. Its design is a classic Log Cabin surrounded by a lush green lawn. There’s a heated pool behind the resort so you can ski no matter what time of the year it is. The amenities and activities offered by the Ritz-Carlton we want to make you book a few extra days so you can experience them all.  This is right not only has many winter activities to do, even has ski-in ski-out access so you can quickly head to the slopes without taking a shuttle or hiking. And you don’t have to leave your furry friend behind because dogs and cats are allowed in the hotel rooms as long as you agree to pay an animal cleaning fee. 

The Westin Resort & Spa, Whistler 

Our last pick for the ski resorts Marriott, The Westin Resort Rises high and mighty in British Columbia surrounded by Both the spearhead mountain and Whistler Mountain. It’s only accessible by Highway 99, so it’s exclusiveness adds to the feeling of wonder one gets from seeing the resort from the highway. The resort offers many activities like ice fishing, skiing, snowboarding, Many services can be reserved from the hotel like helicopter tours, zip-lining, and wine tastings.  The resort is in a far off location, but there is a small village in the South where you can enjoy the wintertime, especially during Christmas.


Hopefully, this small guy can help you book an amazing winter vacation for you or your family. The wintertime is a wonderful and transformative time of the year where the world celebrates its favorite holidays, and the New Year comes to bring us new hope and promise.

Looking for more all inclusive resorts in the US? Check out our review of the best all inclusive ski resorts in the US here.


Harry Sowers

Harry grew up outside of Denver Colorado and has been skiing and snowboarding since he was 3. He is most passionate about skiing and when he was in college at UC Boulder he even participated in the olympic trials for the USA Olympic Downhill Ski team.