Chalet Zermatt Peak

Zermatt is one of the world’s most desirable and iconic locations, known for year round skiing and many adventure activities. Chalet Zermatt Peak offers panoramic views over this charming village and to the iconic Matterhorn. You can walk only 10 minutes to the village, where you’ll find some of the most famous gourmet mountain restaurants, exclusive boutiques and other after ski activities.

Chalet Zermatt Peak has been designed by internationally renowned designer and developer Paul Bowyer. Set into the side of the mountain, this chalet is available to rent as a six stars luxury catered chalet with its own chalet manager, concierge, service staff, housekeeping and even a Michelin-star gourmet chef (with 17 Gault-Millau points). In 2013 it has won the prize of “Best Ski Chalet in Switzerland”.

The chalet consists of six floors, which can all be easily reached with an internal elevator,  and 5 bedrooms, so up to 13 guests can be accommodated. The prices per week vary between €50,000 and €170,000 dependant of the time of the year. Renting the chalet is most expensive during the week of New Year’s Eve.

The main entrance of the chalet consists of a private tunnel with electronic security doors and video entry security system, a ski room and a walk-in wine cellar. On other floors, guests can enjoy a private luxury wellness spa, an indoor and outdoor jacuzzi pool, a steam-room, a sauna, state-of-the-art gym equipment and much more.

As mentioned there is also a Michelin-star chef, who can design a bespoke menu based upon your personal preferences and tastes at any time. Other services included are private limousine or helicopter transfers from Sion, Bern, Geneva & Zurich airports and a 24 hour chauffeured taxi.

You can find more information about the Chalet Zermatt Peak here.

Photography: Chalet Zermatt Peak AG
Source: chaletzermattpeak.com

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