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Admin posted May-2009

Adelboden in Switzerland is the latest European ski resort to report business up for the past winter compared to the year before.

"The figures confirm what we have long since suspected: the winter season has been an excellent one. After a successful start to the season the cableway operators recorded high numbers of visitors over Christmas and the New Year. One particularly out-standing highpoint consisted of the FIS Ski World Cup races held on January 10/11." said a resort spokesperson.


Sunny days were generally only interrupted by periods of intense snowfall, contributing to the perfect winter-sport conditions which have lasted right until the end of the season.

The ski region generated a turnover of 37 million Swiss Francs in the winter season 2008/09, up two million Swiss Francs or about 5% in comparison with the previous season with sales of SFr 35 million.

Adelboden hoteliers have also reported pleasing figures with over 110,000 overnight stays between November 2008 and April 2009.
The Admin Man

Bandit
reply to 'Adelboden Reports Business Up'
posted May-2009

Admin wrote:Adelboden in Switzerland is the latest European ski resort to report business up for the past winter compared to the year before.



The Wickers' Effect for certain

RoseR
reply to 'Adelboden Reports Business Up'
posted May-2009

bandit wrote:
Admin wrote:Adelboden in Switzerland is the latest European ski resort to report business up for the past winter compared to the year before.



The Wickers' Effect for certain

God Ian how much did you spend?
I'm a laydee

Bandit
reply to 'Adelboden Reports Business Up'
posted May-2009

RoseR wrote:
bandit wrote:
Admin wrote:Adelboden in Switzerland is the latest European ski resort to report business up for the past winter compared to the year before.



The Wickers' Effect for certain

God Ian


Rose, watch out, you'll be giving him ideas

Ian Wickham
reply to 'Adelboden Reports Business Up'
posted May-2009

I must say the card took a pasting, as we were half board and the the dinner was five courses and of a very good standard and breakfast was also substantial we only spent approx £100 cash on drinks, coffee and lunch.........we brought the three day lift pass which cost us 315 Swiss francs. Overall our cost were reduced by the use of booking the flights and hire car through airmiles....
I thinking next year maybe Grindelwald...Overall the resort of Adelboden was very busy with a mix of european visitors of a more mature age which seemed the leave the pistes very quite for us youngsters

Snowb4ndit
reply to 'Adelboden Reports Business Up'
posted May-2009

Ian Wickham wrote:I must say the card took a pasting, as we were half board and the the dinner was five courses and of a very good standard and breakfast was also substantial we only spent approx £100 cash on drinks, coffee and lunch.........we brought the three day lift pass which cost us 315 Swiss francs. Overall our cost were reduced by the use of booking the flights and hire car through airmiles....
I thinking next year maybe Grindelwald...Overall the resort of Adelboden was very busy with a mix of european visitors of a more mature age which seemed the leave the pistes very quite for us youngsters



Ian, how do you get airmiles? I know it's a silly question but I really don't know aside of exchanging Sainsbury's points.

Ian Wickham
reply to 'Adelboden Reports Business Up'
posted May-2009

snowb4ndit wrote:
Ian Wickham wrote:I must say the card took a pasting, as we were half board and the the dinner was five courses and of a very good standard and breakfast was also substantial we only spent approx £100 cash on drinks, coffee and lunch.........we brought the three day lift pass which cost us 315 Swiss francs. Overall our cost were reduced by the use of booking the flights and hire car through airmiles....
I thinking next year maybe Grindelwald...Overall the resort of Adelboden was very busy with a mix of european visitors of a more mature age which seemed the leave the pistes very quite for us youngsters



Ian, how do you get airmiles? I know it's a silly question but I really don't know aside of exchanging Sainsbury's points.


Firstly do not use language like sainsburys to me, Now what you do is shop at a more popular supermarket collect your clubcard points spending lots of money along the way, and when the vouchers
are sent to your door exchange them via the airmiles website for airmiles, save them up and spend them.

http://www.airmiles.co.uk/

Topic last updated on 03-May-2009 at 09:38

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