From: Saturday, Jan 18th, 2020
To: Saturday, Jan 25th, 2020
Arosa – Hosts for Europe’s most stylish Gay Ski Week.
The Arosa gay Ski week takes place at the top of a 6,000-foot Swiss valley. Some of the highlights of the week include theme dinners, a drag ski race, horse drawn sleigh rides, a pool party, a classical concert at the village church, Go-Go boys,international Djs and much more.
A gold pass gives you access to all the events and parties, theme dinners are paid for separately and can be booked at the welcome desk, which is where you go to buy your gold pass on arrival.
Other Highlights include a classical concert featuring the famous Michel Dalberto (F), Michail Lifits (UZ) and Max Simon (D) performing in the local village church.
“The White Party” will take place on top of the Weisshorn mountain, at 2’653m / 8’704ft. and begins with a dark night-time gondola ride to the top. Proud to confirm DJ Steven Redant, resident of La Démence in Brussels and DJ AleXio from Berlin spinning unique and powerful house music. Special appearance of snow Diva, Miss Eva Detox and live body painting with Marco. This deluxe dance party with a stunning night view over the swiss alps, hot gogo-dancers and a laser show will be one of the highlight of the week.
Dive into the adventure pool (33 °C) with underwater massage jets, waterfall pipes, bubbling volcano and wild river. The saltwater pool system is skin-friendly and offers a world of continuous fun and relaxation. Tiki bar at the plunge pool, relax loungers in the tropical lounge, blow up toys and tight speedos to keep your eyes popping. Music with our top DJ Eduardo de la Torre from GMF club in Berlin and wild wet Lifeguard Go-Go Boys.
Dress up and strut your stuff down the outdoor runway of the legendary, and soon to be notorious Tshuggenhutte for the Arosa “Drag Fun Race”. The red carpet walk is not to be missed, with your hosts Juiceppe and Sandra Love, and then all eyes will be focused on the ensuing downhill competition.
Arosa is beautifully situated at the end of the Schanfigg valley. Since 1877, this traditional holiday destination has been a well-loved alpine cure resort, with an especially stimulating climate. Guests encounter genuine, charming hospitality everywhere in Arosa. Fond attention to detail reveals itself with quiet elegance to seasoned travelers who appreciate it and made it is the perfect winter holiday destination for a gay and lesbian vacation in Switzerland. If you are raring to get up and go, you could hardly be better placed, 1800 meters above sea level (6000 feet), the area is especially generously spoilt by the sun and protected from the wind.
Whether you like to take it easy or push yourself to the limits, you will find a wide choice of routes on varied terrain, skiing down on uncrowded pists surrounded by the Weisshorn and Rothorn peaks. It’s a skiing experience that appeals to skiers of all ages & abilities!
Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action
Gay Map of AROSA
Arosa doesn’t really have a “gay neighborhood”. The resort is almost 100 percent gay during the ski week. Most hotels are close to the center of Arosa which is directly in front of the train station and the ski lift and gondola.
Video Of Arosa Gay Ski Week
Coverage of the Arosa Gay Ski week both on and off piste!
Recommended Hotels in AROSA
From 5 star luxury to quirky 3 star chalets, Arosa has a wide range of accommodation options. The earlier you book, the better your rate. Most hotels are within easy walking distance of the main cable cars.
4 Star, Readers Choice
Set in the quiet ski resort of Arosa, Blatter’s Bellavista Hotel enjoys a perfect location within the Swiss Alps. It offers a breakfast buffet and a free ski bus.
Why you may want a car in Arosa
When you are all “skied out” and fancy a day shopping, take a day trip to Chur, about a 45m car drive from Arosa. Chur is the oldest town in Switzerland. It is over 5000 years old with more than 500 stores, a shopaholics paradise. Visit Bishop’s Palace and the triple-naved cathedral of Sankt Maria Himmelfahrt before you stop off for lunch at one of the many cosy cafés and restaurants. Although Chur is a car free zone there is plenty of parking just outside the town.