Lifestyle 8 ski resorts with spas, sports and more By NEWSDAY.COM Updated January 15, 2016 2:03 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email For some, the winter months aren't complete without a trip to the slopes. But waking up at dawn to catch the first lift, frozen hands and numb toes aren't for everyone. Hotel search site Trivago.com found 8 hotels that feature snow-covered slopes for skiers and snowboarders and so much more for non-skiers. From relaxing in natural hot springs to embracing your inner sports fanatic with a session of snow paragliding, these resorts make the perfect winter getaway for all to enjoy. Take a look. Omni Homestead - Hot Springs, Virginia Photo Credit: Omni Homestead Nestled in the snow-blanketed Allegheny Mountains, the Omni Homestead is home to the largest hot springs in Virginia. Skiers can explore 45 acres of trails, while non-skiers soak in the outdoor hot springs and adult-only Spa Garden. Photo Credit: Omni Homestead The Omni Homestead also boasts a movie theater, 15 unique shops, a family game area, indoor and outdoor pools, as well as an ice-skating rink, snow-tubing facilities and daily snowmobile tours. Hotel de Charme Les Airelles - Courchevel, France Photo Credit: Hotel de Charme Les Airelles Hotel de Charme Les Airelles blends grandeur with tradition as a picture-perfect ski chalet, nestled in the wooded Jardin Alpin in the village of Courchevel. The luxury mountain hotel boasts a slope-side location with access to Les Trois Vallees, famed as the largest ski area in the world. Photo Credit: Hotel de Charme Les Airelles Along with the ski amenities, the lounge, library, fireplaces and spa at Hotel de Charme Les Airelles in France are more than enough to keep non-skiers occupied. Adventure-seekers can explore Courchevel by horse, snowmobile, snow shoe or helicopter. Everyone can enjoy apres-ski at three restaurants under renowned French chef Pierre Gagnaire. Fairmont Banff Springs -- Banff, Canada Photo Credit: Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Dubbed Canada's "Castle in the Rockies," the Fairmont Banff Springs resort is located in the heart of UNESCO World Heritage Site Banff National Park. The hotel offers access to all three of Alberta's "champagne powder" ski hills and you can explore the Columbia Icefield, the largest ice cap in the Canadian Rockies. Photo Credit: Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Non-skiers visiting the Fairmont Banff Springs in Canada can check out a canyon ice walk, learn to steer a dog sled team or try ice fishing, curling and various other mountain sports. You also won't want to miss Banff's world-famous hot springs, and the waterfalls and mineral pool at the hotel's Willow Stream spa. The Cambrian - Adelboden, Switzerland Photo Credit: The Cambrian The Cambrian in Adelboden, Switzerland, features panoramic views of the Swiss Alps. Each of the 71 rooms and suites contain king-size beds, flat-screen TVs, DVD players and complimentary Wi-Fi. Photo Credit: The Cambrian At the Cambrian in Switzerland, non-skiers can spend time snow tubing, winter hiking, building an igloo, ice climbing, night sledding and snow paragliding. St. Regis Aspen Resort - Aspen, Colorado Photo Credit: St. Regis Aspen Resort The St. Regis Resort in Aspen, Colorado is within walking distance of Aspen's ski slopes. Guests receive a complimentary ski pass when booking three nights or more, leaving non-skiers a day to indulge at the Remede Spa. Photo Credit: St. Regis Aspen Resort Skiers and non-skiers staying at the St. Regis Aspen Resort in Colorado can relax with a glass of wine in the hotel's newly built library and adventure seekers can spend a day exploring Aspen on snowshoes. At the end of the day, indulge in one of the St. Regis' three premier restaurants featuring carefully selected seasonal ingredients and extensive wine list. Cristallo Spa & Golf - Cortina d' Ampezzo, Italy Photo Credit: Cristallo Spa & Golf Set in the Dolomites mountain, Cristallo Spa & Golf is just two hours from Venice, Italy. Guests looking for more than access to the slopes can expect hand-painted wall panels, embroidered carpets and silk bedcovers, hydro-massage Jacuzzi bathtubs and beautiful views from the rooms. Photo Credit: Cristallo Spa & Golf Adrenaline-seekers staying at the Cristallo Spa & Golf in Italy can head to the nearby Olympic bobsleigh track or the two-floor spa with views of the Tofane mountains. Personalized fitness classes are also available. Montage Deer Valley - Park City, Utah Photo Credit: Montage Deer Valley Montage Deer Valley, a ski-in/ski-out resort in Park City, Utah, sits atop the Empire Pass and is just steps from more than 200 acres of alpine terrain, cross-country ski trails and more. Off the slopes, you can get lessons in skeleton, luge or bobsled at the nearby Utah Olympic Park or explore snow-capped peaks by dog sled or hot-air balloon. Photo Credit: Montage Deer Valley At Montage Deer Valley in Park City, Utah, there are three lakes nearby for some blue-ribbon fishing. Guests can take some time to pamper themselves with Altitude Therapy Treatments at the Spa Montage or spend time with the family playing vintage arcade games, bowling or a round of pool in the gastro pub. Four Seasons Whistler - Whistler, Canada Photo Credit: Four Seasons Whistler The Four Seasons Whistler in Canada is not only known for its slopes, but also for a new game of golf, snow golf. A round starts with 18 holes played on any one of the resort's three championship courses, continues in a helicopter with your personal PGA pro and ends at 8,000 feet at the top of a glacier. Photo Credit: Four Seasons Whistler If skiing or golf isn't your thing, the Four Seasons Whistler resort in Canada offers a snow cat tour (with fondue dinner), ice skating, ice climbing, winter fishing and even bird watching. By NEWSDAY.COM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.