If you are planning for your ideal winter escape on the slopes and you feel like it's always an uphill battle, chill and relax. Here are some good suggestions for every type of skier.

Skier on a Romantic Getaway? You can't help to fall in love with Beaver Creek. The Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch at the middle of winter wonderland gives couples an easy access to a memorable and romantic experience like dinner at Beano's Cabin. You'll need to keep yourselves warm on a snowcat-drawn luge passing through the snow on your way up to the high-alpine restaurant.

If you are a bold and courageous skier and skiing among the masses is not your cup of tea, you can find a more hardcore experience at Four Seasons Vail. There is a professional guide who will take guests for an early morning ascent of either Bald Mountain of Vail Pass. This is followed by a sunrise ski down and ends with a big breakfast.

Gstaad Palace, Switzerland is a haven for high-end skiing. If you are a skier who wants to indulge, this is the best ski resort for you. Tucked away in the middle of snowy alpine summits, it's the place where you can showcase your advanced skiing skills. A private training coach who teaches skiers' proper exercises and stretching routines that suit their needs and fitness level is available for the guests.

Experience more fun and adventures skiing during a family vacation at Smuggler's Notch, Vermont. This kid-friendly ski resort sets the best standard for child-friendly and child-definite programing. It has designated learning programs for kids as young as three years old. Other activities that the whole family can do include karaoke, sing-alongs, snow-making lessons and winter bonfire. You'll never run out of things to do here especially when you are with other families who are also spending quality time with their loved ones in this resort.

Whatever type of skier you are, there's definitely a perfect ski resort for you. But make sure to plan ahead to get better deals especially when booking with a large group.