Why bother with artworks when Mother Nature is providing your very own gallery? Chalet Azurite makes the very most of what’s naturally on offer with a frontage that’s almost entirely made of glass, and which looks straight out onto the mountains.
While this luxury ski chalet has traditional good looks, made from rustic woods and stone and using traditional Alpine design, mod cons are a big part of life here, too. For your comfort, air con, WiFi and TVs are installed in every room, so every member of your party has somewhere to escape to if you need it.
A sociable open-plan living space provides space for lounging and also dining, with a sofa area and a welcoming fireplace, and access to the kitchen. There’s also a separate TV area, where you can catch the news or settle the kids with a film in the early evening while the grown-ups enjoy canapés and a glass of bubbly.
Practicalities have been taken care of too, with a garage with ski racks and boot warmers to make it easy to kick off your kit and trudge straight indoors when you get home. It’s clear that every last thing has been thought of to make your stay as stress-free as possible.
In the evenings, escape to the south-facing terrace, which has panoramic mountain views as well as an outdoor hot tub where you can bubble away any aches and pains picked up on the slopes over a glass of wine and a good lungful of fresh mountain air.
By the time your head hits the luxury pillows you’ll be ready for a long and deep sleep before tomorrow’s excitement.
For larger parties, Chalet Azurite can be taken alongside one or two of its sister properties, Chalet Saphir (5 bedrooms) and Chalet Alaska (5 bedrooms), perfect for multiple family groups or a corporate trip.