DescriptionExperience divine inspiration as you survey the Alps from this shrine to luxury. Chalet Les Anges has a heavenly position in Zermatt’s Petit Village, and is an incredible architectural space, filled with light.
The chalet’s 700sq m interior was created by a renowned designer, Magali de Tscharner, and it shows. This is ultra-modern chic meets natural simplicity. A grand piano in the top floor lounge, floor-to-ceiling windows, a roaring fire, as much Perrier Jouet Champagne you can quaff… all your wishes are granted, plus a few you hadn’t even thought of.
Chalet Les Anges feels comfortable and warm, making it perfect for family gatherings as well as large parties. It is filled with beautifully weathered reclaimed wood, and natural materials such as stone, marble and bamboo. Lighting is treated as an art form, creating stunning effects and highlighting the architectural features.
The four chalet staff ensure that everything is in hand, from warming your ski boots to arranging a babysitter. Your own world-class chef sends irresistible dishes out of the kitchen, from hearty breakfasts to tempting teatime treats and sumptuous evening meals. Menus can be tailored to suit your needs – just let the chef know. Fine wines, spirits and soft drinks are freely available.
Who needs hotels when you have exclusive use of an extensive wellness centre, complete with Hammam, sauna, massage, relaxation room, and a black marble power jet plunge pool on the terrace. The guest study is equipped with computer and printer, and there is wireless internet, ipod docking stations, Sky TV and a Wii. To top it all, Chalet Les Anges even has an elevator.
You’ll find it hard to drag yourself out on the slopes and away from the panoramic mountain views, and cosseting service at this luxury ski chalet. Forget traditional ideas about catered luxury ski chalets – a stay at Chalet Les Anges is simply heavenly.
What's IncludedPlease call us on +44 (0)203 432 7784 for rates and the latest availability.
Firefly pre-arrival concierge service
Dinners prepared by the chef (6 nights)
Perrier Jouet Champagne
Carefully selected house wines
Open spirit bar
Jo Malone bathroom products
Personal Concierge and PA
RoomsChalet Les Anges sleeps 14 people in seven bedrooms, each with an angelic name. All rooms have a choice of feather or anti-allergic bedding, hairdryers, bathrobes and slippers, and Jardin des Alpes toiletries.
Archangel is furnished with a king size bed. It has a bio-fuel fireplace, music system and en-suite bathroom with a bath and a separate, massage jet shower. The private balcony looks directly out towards the Matterhorn.
Eros is adjacent to Archangel and has its own bio-fuel fireplace. It has an adjoining private balcony, facing the Matterhorn, and a king size bed. There is an en-suite bathroom with walk-in jet shower, and the bath has its own corner of the main bedroom.
Seraphim has a dual aspect and two balconies. It can be arranged with either twin beds or a super king size bed. The en-suite bathroom has a rainshower and no bath.
Cherubim can have either twin beds or a super king size, and has its own bathroom with bath and shower, and a balcony with vista over the Matterhorn and Zermatt.
Putti has a king size bed, a private bathroom with shower, and no balcony.
Sylph has either twin beds or super king size bed and has sliding doors opening onto the main terrace and plunge pool. It has a private bathroom with bath and shower and views across Zermatt.
Elohim is adjacent to Sylph and has direct access to the plunge pool on the terrace. It is furnished with a king size bed and has Matterhorn views and an en-suite shower room.
EatingPrepare your tastebuds for a treat when you arrive at Chalet Les Anges. Whether you hanker after a simple bowl of pasta, or an extravagant seven course meal, the Michelin star trained chef is at your service.
Using fresh local produce and regional delicacies, the aim is to go beyond expectations. Typical dinner menus include fresh fish, seasonal vegetables and local game. But, if the suggested dishes don’t suit you, just let the chef know and everything will be tailored to your wishes.
It starts with a cup of tea or coffee in bed, then an appetising breakfast. Returning from the slopes you are revived with afternoon tea, followed by pre-dinner canapés, and the main event: a knock-out evening meal. All of this is included, and dinner is served six nights of the week, giving you the opportunity to sample Zermatt’s restaurants.
Your glass of house Champagne, Perrier Jouët, is kept topped up, or if you prefer soft drinks, spirits or the carefully selected house wines, these are freely available too. If you desire a particular vintage, the a la carte wine menu has further options, for an extra cost, or you simply ask us for your favourite tipple in advance.
ReviewsOperators of Chalet Les Anges were voted winners of The Best Luxury Chalet Award at the 2014 Condé Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence.
"Designed by renowned Swiss interior designer Magali von Tscharner, and sitting at the very edge of the Petit village area, ‘the Angels’ has a truly heavenly view of both the Matterhorn and Zermatt itself. With 700 square metres of living space over three stunning floors, all clad in reclaimed timber, it is a cutting-edge addition to the Zermatt portfolio." - Fraser Yacht Magazine (Winter 2010)
"The food and drink is immaculate: Perrier-Jouët champagne or Hendrick’s G&Ts; home-mixed muesli; and gourmet meals. Baskets of tissues, candied fruit and sunblock wait by the boot room; staff clean your bathroom after your pre-dinner shower, so it’s pristine when you get back to your room later; and a detox breakfast awaits the morning after a big night in the Broken Bar beneath the Hotel Post…It is likely the only break in the smooth running of your holiday will be on a mogul field.' - Brummell Magazine (Dec 2011)
KidsOnce the excitement of exploring their A-list new home has died down, the children can get down to the serious business of having fun in the snow. There is a warm welcome for little ones at Chalet Les Anges and the dedicated staff are on hand to keep them happy.
There are toboggans for days out in the snow, and in the evenings the toys and games, DVDs and the Wii can keep them entertained whilst you relax. The fabulous TV room, on the same level as the dining area and lounge, makes a perfect den where the kids can hang out.
During the day, private ski or snowboarding lessons can be arranged for the older kids, whilst little ones can be looked after by a professional in-chalet childcare service.
The staff are only too happy to arrange babysitting if you want to go out for some grown-up time out. And there is no need to worry about mealtimes either – children’s lunches and suppers, cooked just for them, are all part of the service.