Sleeps up to 8- USD 449 to 989 prpn
Chalet Chloe was selected by the FT's How to Spend It magazine as a Travelista recommendation.
Saas Fee's Chalet Chloe is a luxurious, free-standing chalet situated on a hill by a wooded forest near the heart of Saas Fee, 2 minutes away from the Hannig toboggan lift station.
Spread across three floors, there are three double, one single & one bunk bed room providing luxury accommodation for up to 7 adults and 2 children.
You enter the chalet by the ground floor; to the left of the spacious hall is the twin bedroom; with its adjacent bathroom and separate w.c., while at the other end of the corridor you will find the sauna and shower.
A wooden flight of stairs leads from the hall to the first floor, where an open-plan kitchen and dining area surrounded by breathtaking panoramic windows awaits you. The living area is set on a raised podium and features supple leather Roche Bobois sofas warmed by a suspended, fully rotating Dominic Imbert fireplace. This floor is where the single bedroom is situated, with a separate w.c and shower room. Also on this level is the south facing sun-deck with its own coffee table and armchairs.
The top floor has two very spacious master bedrooms with double-height sloping ceilings, voluptuous leather-framed designer double beds, and an en-suite bathroom each with bath/w.c. The third bedroom is smaller, with two bunk-beds; and use of the bathroom on the floor below.
Chloe is a new, contemporary chalet designed by a leading Swiss architect, using only the best materials such as Alpine larch wood panelling and Norwegian slate flooring. The lighting is by Artemide.
Direct access to the Saas Fee village centre (3 min) is down a somewhat steep set of steps, while electric taxis can bring you to the top private road entrance for effortless access. Experts can ski off-piste across to the chalet from top of the Stafelwald T-bar. The main base lift station and resort run are a 10 min walk away, or a short taxi ride. Skis and boots may be left at our partner shop next to the end of the run.