Set out over four floors linked by an elevator, and with an interior living space of 565m2, Chalet Elbrus sleeps ten adults and two children in four individually designed en suite doubles and a bunk room.
Ultra-modern and effortlessly sophisticated, the interiors seamlessly combine traditional alpine features, such as exposed wood beams and floors, with contemporary artwork and sumptuously soft furnishings.
On the top floor, the open-plan living and dining space has high wood beamed ceilings and a stunning central fireplace which creates a focal point, enticingly drawing guests onto the surrounding sofas adorned with luxe throws and cushions. A long 12-seater dining table is set under a glittering contemporary lighting, and a stylish breakfast bar separates the area from the open-plan kitchen. Sliding glass doors open onto a beautifully furnished balcony with panoramic views over the town and the majestic Matterhorn rising in the background.
"The views of the Matterhorn from the south-west facing balconies of the chalet took my breath away."
Five luxurious bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms or shower rooms, are divided between the first and second floor. On the second floor, two sumptuously furnished master suites have incredible views from a shared south-west facing balcony. Down one level on the first floor are two double/twin bedrooms and the quad bunk room.
After a day on the mountain or exploring the town, guests can relax and unwind in style in the private spa area on the top floor just across the hallway from the main living area. Here you will find a large sunken hot tub, sauna and plunge pool. There is also a cosy TV room where guests can gather on the large plush sofas to enjoy a movie together.
On the ground floor, adjacent to the main entrance, is a ski room equipped with boot heaters, a guest WC and a private laundry room. In addition to the kitchen on the top floor, Chalet Elbrus has a private professional kitchen where staff prepare guest meals, thus allowing for maximum privacy.