Luxury fleet of cars heads to Alpine resorts

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars are taking a fleet of cars to St Moritz and Courcheval
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BESPOKE Rolls-Royce motor cars will be heading to the two of the world’s top ski resorts this winter season.

The cars, manufactured at the home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, will be appearing in the Alpine playgrounds of the wealthy and influential, Courchevel and St Moritz.

James Crichton, regional director Europe, said: ‘Our patrons represent a small but extraordinary band of highly influential and discerning men and women.

‘They seek the very finest experiences in the most beautiful and glamorous destinations in the world.

‘It is therefore fitting that Rolls-Royce, the most celebrated luxury house in the world, maintains a gentle presence wherever they are, ensuring existing owners and those wishing to know more about the marque are never without the benefit of a Rolls-Royce.’

Rolls-Royce will base a collection of cars within the surrounds of Courchevel’s Le Lana Hotel until February 17. It will also have a fleet of cars at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel in St Moritz until February 28.

Patrons will be invited to drive or be driven. The concierge teams will be present to ensure an effortless experience for guests.

The fleet includes Dawn, Wraith, Ghost and Black Badge cars.