CHALET LYS

ZERMATT, SWITZERLAND

  • SLEEPS 10+2 IN 5 ENSUITE BEDROOMS
  • 12,900 TO 26,500 CHF PER WEEK

 

THE CHALET

Fusing contemporary and classical Alpine design with the spirit of the mountains, Chalet Lys evokes a feeling of peace and tranquility in the exclusive Alpine village of Zermatt.

Zermatt’s Chalet Lys provides accommodation for 10 guests, this exquisite 240m2, 2nd floor apartment is centrally located and has fantastic views of the Matterhorn and over the village of Zermatt. It combines Oak and natural stone features with contemporary design. There are five double bedrooms and four bathrooms (two bathrooms and two shower rooms). Each bedroom has TV, underfloor heating and subtle lighting. The kitchen is a fully fitted Pollinger with granit work tops and ceramic hobs. There is a beautiful oak table that can seat 10 comfortably and the lounge, dining area and balconies offer stunning views of the Matterhorn.

The lounge has an open fire, TV, DVD, surround sound and is a lovely space in which to relax and spend time with friends. This apartment is spacious, opulent and offers the comfort of a home-from- home. It has been luxuriously finished to cater for your every need and can be accessed by stairs or lift. The ground floor has a small fitness room and massage area where our in-house therapist can offer Swedish massage, Indian head massage as well as manicures, pedicures and facials. There is access through the fitness room to the out-door Jacuzzi which can be booked for private use. There is an outdoor Jacuzzi on the ground floor which can be booked for private use, this is accessed through the fitness and relaxation room on the ground floor.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Fully Catered (Breakfast, Afternoon Tea, and Dinner)
  • Daily Housekeeping

LOCATION & ACCESS

  • 5 - 7 min walk to ski lifts or 2 mins on ski-bus
  • 2 min walk to resort centre

FEATURES

  • Sleeps 10 - 12 in 5 bedrooms
  • Outdoor Jacuzzi
  • Fitness and Massage Treatment Room
  • Fantastic views of the Matterhorn
  • Close to village