This 19th century farmhouse has been renovated to provide guests with a unique alpine experience. Comfort, convenience and luxury were key in the design of this mountain retreat: original stone walls, floor heating, and luxurious materials. The Chalet is comprised of a main house with 7 en-suite bedrooms and a sofa-bed. It also has a one bedroom studio attached to it, with a living room and kitchen, providing the opportunity to sleep up to 4 more people.
This traditional chalet has been transformed into a modern and bright mountain luxury retreat. The floor-to-ceiling windows and multiple skylights offer incomparable view of the Mont-Blanc, the Aiguille du Midi, the Taconnaz glacier and the Chamonix Valley. The Chalet has 10 en-suite bedrooms, all configurable as doubles or twins.
100 square meters of living space including living room and dining room with a fireplace
Kitchen fully equipped for gourmet experiences and convenient for large groups including 2 fridges, 2 dishwashers, 2 ovens, and espresso machine
Bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms
Jacuzzi & sauna
Washing machine and dryer
Walking distance into town
Concierge to plan you arrival and assist you during your stay at our chalet
Food - we have our own chef that prepares food and drinks during your stay
Ski equipment rental
Ski passes and ski lessons
Transport to/from airport and in Chamonix Valley
CHAMONIX IN WINTER & SUMMER
Chamonix is an ideal retreat location for summer and winter. Sports aficionados, as well, as companions will find something to their liking.
Chamonix in winter
Skiing and snowboarding is one of the most sought after activity in the winter. Chamonix offers a wide range of slopes, for beginners to advanced skiers, through its 5 skiing resorts: Les Grands Montets, Brévent / Flégère, le Domaine de Balme, les Houches et les Planards. It is also possible to ski in Courmayeur, Italy and Verbier in Switzerland. For the more adventurous skiers, try skiing the famous La Vallée Blanche.
There are also cross-country skiing areas offering picturesque landscape.
Chamonix in Summer
The Mont-Blanc remains an attraction in the summer just as much, if not more than in winter.
Sports aficionados can exercise a multitude of activities:
Hiking and climbing the Mont-Blanc
White water sports
The valley is also well equipped to offer pampering through restaurants, shopping, spas, cinemas etc.
Visit this site for a comprehensive overview of the activities in the valley: