Alpine Luxury At Chalet Seven, Switzerland
The luxury chalet can accommodate up to 30 guests, the chalet features a luxuriously appointed spa, including an eight metre indoor pool and a Hammam, cutting-edge technology and über stylish interiors.
In Japan, the number seven has long been associated with harmony, heavenliness and perfection, and Chalet Seven has been created as a physical representation of the number. To this effect, it purports to transport its guests to ‘seventh heaven’.
Fusing traditional Alpine architecture with oriental design, the chalet has sky-frame windows and a series of outdoor terraces, which afford wonderfully panoramic views of the mountains.
Located just 300 metres from the nearest slopes and two kilometres from Crans Montana, the chalet operates a personal chauffeur service to chaperone its guests from the slopes directly to the après ski of Crans Montana. There is also a dedicated hospitality manager to create personal meal plans and arrange ski provisions for the chalet’s guests.
During peak season, a stay at the luxury chalet costs a whopping 160,000 Swiss Francs per week. Some of Chalet Seven’s highlights include:
Full-access to Chalet Seven’s hospitality manager and ski instructor, Jörg Romang, who has taught Bono, Prince William and Roger Moore and will create bespoke itineraries, including husky rides and night-time safaris.
Grey crystal stone and antique silver wood architecture. A starlit spa, which features a vaulted-ceiling and dry stone wall sauna, opening into a snow pit and a 24-seater gold-plated Jacuzzi.
On-site chauffeurs, with a fleet of Chalet Seven vehicle iPad operational technology to manage the bedroom’s lights, heat, blinds and entertainment system and a wine cellar and humidity-controlled cigar lounge.
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