Huski, Falls Creek $$$$
From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:With architecture inspired by the intricate design of snowflakes, Huski Lodge, in the heart of the Australian Alps, is a study in cool, compact snugness. The interior look is frosty, with ice-white walls, jet-black corridors, and slivers of gray marble. Splashes of color come courtesy of red and green throws, cowhide rugs, and fearsome animal photographs. Each of the 14 apartment-style unitsfrom studios to four bedroomsis accessed by a punch code and has a kitchen that guests can stock with items from the property's upmarket café and produce store. The muscle-weary can take advantage of balcony hot tubs (in all but the studios) and the day-spa, but be warned: This is chic utilitarianism. Housekeeping comes only weekly, and you'll need your own shampoo. 2006 Hot List
When to go: June through October, the snow season.
Which room to book: Nos. 302 and 303, the four-bedroom penthouses, for the best views (doubles, $191–$272, with a two-night minimum).
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