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Some daydream about their next vacation and envision themselves soaking up rays as they listen to the sound of waves crashing. But you're busy dreaming of skiing on snowy hills with the cold air hitting your cheeks. Don't stress, we've got you covered. We have 111 hotels in Onalaska from $89 to $115. Whether you want to stay at the skiing resort, or you would prefer a resort in the city, we can help you make preparations wherever you'd like to be. If you'd like to see what our previous visitors have to say, there are 1020 reviews that you can scroll through.
Getting to Onalaska might be tricky if you're bringing all of your clunky ski gear with you. If you forgot some of your cold weather wear, there are sporting apparel stores nearby where you can pick up some last-minute items once you get to Onalaska. Hopefully you will get to do some shredding on an epic bluebird powder day, or a morning when there's fresh snow on the ground. You will be exhilarated once you feel the snow on the nose of your skis and the wind in your hair as you fly down the mountains. If it's your first time skiing, check with your hotel staff to see if they offer instructor-led classes, in case you want to avoid catching an edge.
After you arrive at your hotel, ask the front desk about other possible excursions to try out in Onalaska. There may be a few family-friendly ideas, like roasting s'mores over a bonfire, board games at the hotel, nearby movie theaters, or bowling alleys. Maybe they can suggest a few date night things to do as well, like a spa on the hotel property, a 21 and up club, or a ski-in bar. And when your night is over, you will have amenities in your hotel room that you can take advantage of, like a mini-bar or a movie. Book soon before those snowy conditions and great prices melt away!