Sophisticated, smart, but with a wicked sense of fun, this luxury ski chalet in Lech could be your perfect match.
The two-bedroomed apartment suite is ideal for a family of four, or two couples, with its luxury en-suite bedrooms and terraces to provide a quiet spot for breakfast or a late evening tipple.
The living and dining space has been thoughtfully designed to create a soothing atmosphere, with a palette of dark neutrals, rich woods and rough-hewn stone. A mix of vintage and designer furniture gives an eclectic and comfortable feel.
The heart of the property must be the huge, statement stone fireplace in the living area, with a large L-shaped sofa in front of it, waiting for you to sprawl on with a drink in hand in the evenings, while you watch the lights twinkle on in the village through the floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s also a cosy dining space on this floor where you can enjoy a quick breakfast before you head out onto the snow, or a leisurely meal in the evenings, on nights when you prefer to eat in the privacy of your chalet.
As well as having fabulous access to the slopes and the village, there’s plenty to do in the Grand Alpine Home, too, with a party room, complete with pinball machines, table football, darts, a private bar and more. You also have your own private spa and massage area, where you can rest body and soul after a day on the slopes, as well as enjoying access to the adjacent Aurelio hotel’s own spa and pool.
The Grand Alpine Home can also be hired alongside Arla’s Modern and Vintage suites to sleep a total of 10 people, making it a fabulous party space for a larger group, but for four it’s just the perfect bolthole in the snow, with something to keep everyone entertained and laid-back atmosphere that makes it impossible not to kick back and relax.