Top Ten Chalets with stunning Snowy Views



We bring to you this week, top ten chalets with stunning snowy views. Think luxury, amazing views, lots of snow and skiing heaven! Check out our top ten list below of the best ski chalets available across the world, whether it's downright fun skiing you're looking for or a luxurious snowy getaway, we have you covered.


Chamonix, France

Looking for a chic and a contemporary avenue then the interior Chamonix offers spectacular views of Mont Blanc and the surrounding Massif. The huge deck has a luxury Jacuzzi to help you recover from a day on the slopes; alternatively, you could always head straight to the sauna for the ultimate relaxation after being on the slopes. The stylish open plan living and dining area includes sumptuous leather sofas, a stunning glass sided wood burning stove and a Sony plasma TV with full Sky package.



Chalet l'Outa, Argentiere; Armentieres

Chalet l'Outa has been fully renovated to create a luxury interior mixing stylish design and furniture with traditional wooden features.  Your chalet would come with comfort and luxury offered as a main part of you deal, from the double and twin rooms to the spacious living area with large sofas and an extensive terraced area with a sunken hot tub! The Chaleet is nestled in the hills between Les Tines and Argentière providing tranquillity, fabulous views and convenience being under 5 minutes-drive from the Valley's most famous ski area, Les Grands Montets.



St Martin de Belleville, French Alps

Nestled in the peaceful hamlet of Villarabout, Chalet Abode is only a four-minute chauffeured drive from
St Martin de Belleville and the main lift hub. An idyllic 100-year-old Savoyard farmhouse blending contemporary elegance with Alpine charm, Chalet Abode offers stunning open-plan living room is a feast of original beams, stonewalls and wall-to-wall windows with magical mountain views. There are four stylish king/twin en-suite bedrooms and bunk bedroom comfortably sleep 8 + 2 guests. The Kelly Hoppen inspired interiors not only ooze sophistication but also create a comfortable and luxurious cacoon you may be hard pushed to put your skis on and get out in the cold.



Saas Fee, Switzerland

The luxurious chalet has recently been completely renovated to an exceedingly high standard. Set on three floors, featuring five balconies and beautiful rooms with large windows and spectacular views of the surrounding glaciers, mountains and valleys – what more could you ask for? The top floor includes a gourmet kitchen with a free-standing fireplace and a very large oak dining table, dinner parties after skiing anyone?


Chalet Le Chardon, Val d'Isere, France 

Morning coffee overlooking the slopes sparkling pristine white? Don't mind if we do. Resting elegantly on the side of the Solaise Mountain Chalet Le Chardon offers not only stunning snowscapes but bags and bags of space with 10 en-suite bedrooms. Each room also boasts floor to ceiling windows offering uninterrupted views up the Manchet Valley and Vanoise National Park.

Manchet Valley and Vanoise National Park

With 2 separate living areas, large TV room, Study, and dining room Le Chardon is an ideal location for larger groups, and the large private terrace is a fantastic place to hold extravagant barbecues while, in the right conditions, drinks are served from a hand crafted snow bar.

Apres ski, get chauffeur driven back to Le Chardon in time for afternoon tea and cakes and relax in one of the two private hot tubs with a glass of champagne, or for the more energetic a splash around in the 18ft swim spa. Alternatively you may choose to indulge in a full body massage, from one of the highly trained physiotherapists or to curl up in front of the open log fire with a good book before you enjoy a five course culinary experience. Bliss!



Big White Crescendo, British Columbia, North America

Embedded into the mountain's granite base and designed to be an extension of the mountain itself, the property follows the mountain's contour through its split-level plan. The chalet is built on three levels and features computer-integrated audio/video controllable from every room and geothermal energy that heats every surface. So for all the technology loving people out there this is the place for you, perfect as you’re in the middle of nowhere but you can bring and sustain your technology love while you’re on vacation.



Chalet Zermatt, Switzerland

Fancy having your private lift access and tunnel to your snowy chalet in the Swiss Alps? At Chalet Zermatt, you can indeed. Upon arrival, you will be trated like royalty by the chalet staff with a celebratory champagne reception after which you can settle into the 5-star creature comforts of Chalet Zermatt.


Located just minutes away from the centre of Zermatt, Chalet Zermatt Peak is Zermatt’s premier luxury chalet, offering breathtaking panoramic views across the entire village and mountain ranges as well as uninterrupted views of the iconic Matterhorn, and an interior designed highest standard in luxury chalet accommodation. The 4.5 metre floor to ceiling windows in the lounge make the most of the stunning views on offer. The chalet can sleep up to 15 people with a combination of adults and children, comfortably providing for up to 10 adults in 5 double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.



Chalet N Oberlech, Austria

Chalet N sleeps a max of 24 people, behind bulletproof glass, and has 26 staff, so a little over one staff per guest, just about the right ratio we think. All suites have 3D-TVs, and the spa has all you’ll need including a hay sauna, an ice fountain and salt gallery steam bath (whatever that is). You can even get your hair done by the in-house stylist, aswho doesn't fancy a short back and sides post skiing.


They even have a ski room which has an elevator to the slopes, so no clunking up or down stairs in your ski boots, and when showering off all the dirt (in your rainforest shower,  after mixing with 'common people' on the slopes),  you can always pull the  Swarovski crystal curtains behind you.


The Bighorn, Canada

The Bighorn is one for the serious skier with serious money, as it’s marketed as a heli-ski chalet and has its own private heli-pad - how cool is that?! The helicopter isn’t included in the chalet’s rent but you could always rent it out for a mere £4000 if you have money to splash. On bad weather days you have to make do with the fantastic resort of Revelstoke, with its adjacent cat-skiing operation, to keep you happy. As for the timber-framed Chalet Bighorn, with its central, triple height, open-fired great room, well: you get a wellness area, private cinema, bar with pool table, a small swimming pool, a huge outdoor hot tub, a driver and a state of the art security system - just in case anyone’s after you.

The Bighorn, Canada


One Oak Combloux near Megeve, France

One Oak isn’t anywhere near the most expensive alpine chalet, but we put it on our list for pure style. The open plan living room has a Harley-Davidson motorbike parked next to a tiger skin rug, with pop art above the fireplace ….only in France. The sun deck has spectacular views of Mont Blanc.


So enjoy luxury, comfort and some good slopes while away on your holiday - don't say wee never help up you out!