For your next ski vacation, you need not look around for resorts but rent a chalet for the family or your friends. The chalet come with the latest amenities and the best in luxury. You need to pay for the exclusive accommodations and personalized service.
We bring for you here the best of the world’s most luxurious ski chalets:
Aurelio Clubhouse, Lech (€148,000 per week)
Aurelio Clubhouse is amongst the most exclusive chalet. The owner has to approve the prospective guests before they can expect to secure a stay here. The highlight of the chalet is a 23 meter pool which is difficult to find in any other similar accommodation. In addition the chalet boasts of a massage room and a team of staff to take care of all your needs. Even a chauffeur is available on request. The chalet that is designed for 18 guests also feature a library and a formal dining room.
Chalet Chesa Falcun, Klosters (€126,520 per week)
Chalet Chesa Falcun justifies its high rental with its understated luxury. Its massage room, sauna, fluffy dressing gowns, and Jo Malone bath and beauty products are all designed to pamper the guests. A chef, chauffeur and housekeeper provide unmatched personalized service. The chalet has accommodation for only 12 guests and so it costs £8,350 per person during high-season
The Lodge, Verbier (€118,700 per week)
This is a large chalet designed to sleep 18 guests. Its unique feature is its own mini ice-rink and a hot tub large enough for 12 people to enjoy simultaneously. The chalet also boasts of a heated pool, party area complete with disco ball, cinema and games room. The chalet belongs to Richard Branson and you can see the touches of his personality everywhere. Since the chalet has accommodation for 18 guests the cost is just € 6,600 per person
Top of Mill, Aspen (€85,840 per week)
The Top of Mill is located in exclusive Aspen. One of the most expensive chalets has its own cinema, gym, games room and wine cellar. It provides luxurious accommodation for 12, so that’s a mere €7,153 per person in high-season. The chalet scores over other more expensive chalets by having its own dedicated concierge and housekeeper. In fact if the guests request a chef, butler and chauffeur are also available.
Chalet Seven, Crans-Montana (€125,248 per week)
Chalet Seven is ideal for large groups as it can accommodate a total of 24 guests. It provides roaring log fires, stylish cinema, funky bar and dreamy en-suites. The high rental when split between 24 guests works out to only €5,218 in high-season.
Chalet Le Petit Chateau, Courchevel 1850 (€115,000 per week)
Chalet Le Petit Chateau is relatively new as it was built in 2010. The modern construction boasts an indoor pool, massage room and Hammam-style steam room. There are many luxurious touches available at the chalet. The guests are pampered with a high level of personalized service. For this price they get concierge service, butler, chef and chauffeur. The guests even have a greater priviledge that they need not go shopping and ask the shop staff to come to the chalet. If shared by 14 people which is the capacity of the chalet then the cost per person is €8,214
Marco Polo, Val d’Isere (€90,480 per week)
Marco Polo is somewhat extravagant and a favorite of the rich from Russia. It boasts of a swimming pool decorated in gold leaf, an outdoor kitchen with heated seating. It has a dedicated party area complete with lasers, smoke machines and entertainment system. It can accommodate 12 persons and in high-season it will cost you an eye-watering €7,540 per person. Consensio is the company offering this chalet and has employed staff who are fluent in both English and Russian.
Chalet Le Blanchot, Courchevel 1850 (€211,500 per week)
Chalet Le Blanchot is the most expensive chalet available on rent. A peak season week at the chalet could cost you as much as a house. Costing €17,625 per person, based on 12 sharing the chalet is spread over five floors. There is an internal lift so that the guests are not inconvenienced by climbing stairs. The chalet has an indoor pool, along with hammam-style steam room, hot tub and a massage room. There is a chalet manager and house keeper to maintain the chalet and the services of a chef, chauffeur and butler are also available on request at extra cost.
Chalet Grace, Zermatt (€82,350 per week)
You could call it the basic model of luxury ski chalet. The chalet boasts of a wellness area – complete with sauna, massage room and a space for pilates – a games room, and a cinema. In addition Chalet Grace has stirring Matterhorn views. A peak season stay is €8,235 per person, based on 10 sharing.
Chalet Gentianes, Courchevel 1850 (€111,280 per week)
Chalet Gentianes is a high end ultra luxurious chalet. The price which is on the higher side includes the services of a butler. The chalet boasts of blonde wood interiors and plush furnishings. The highlight of the chalet however is its swimming pool and Hammam-style steam room. The chalet can sleep 14 and the peak season rate works out to €7,950 per person.
Chesetta, St Moritz (€87,450 per week)
Chalet Chesetta is actually a converted blacksmith. It exudes class as it is stuffed with original oil paintings and antiques. It features a formal and informal dining room, a sauna and a steam room. Personalized service is available as a team of staff cater to guests every whim. It accomodates 12 in style and does not work out very expensive at €7,280 per person in peak season.
Chalet Les Brames, Meribel (€113,120 per week)
Chalet Les Brames will pamper you with an in-chalet masseur and an ice-bath. The other treats at the chalet are log fires and ultra luxurious furnishings and fabrics. The chalet is built on landscaped private grounds. The chalet boasts of an outdoor hot tub and as bonus provides glorious views of Mount Vallon. The chalet sleeps 12 in luxury and charges €9,426 per person in peak season.
Shemshak Lodge, Courchevel 1850 (€154,720 per week)
Shemshak Lodge, designed for only eight guests provides the highest levels of luxury. It boasts of an indoor pool with wonderful views of Courchevel and the Trois Vallees. There is a team of staff to take care of all your needs and whims. Only the best and the most beautiful soft furnishings have been used to provide the highest level of comfort. The rentals during the Russian New Year are the highest at €19,340 per person.