The local area

Luxury Chalets in Chamonix

Regardless of the motivations of entering the luxury second home market - as a business investment or purely for pleasure - there's no doubt that having access to a selection of international properties is synonymous with success and a jet-set lifestyle. Our Members enjoy exclusive access to luxury holiday homes all over the world, including our beautiful chalet in Chamonix, France.

A truly stunning alpine landscape, Chamonix offers a skiing experience like no other. Our luxury chalet will give you unique access to this exceptionally beautiful location that boasts glorious terrain in both winter and summer. Experienced skiers can enjoy some of the most exhilarating off-piste escapades in the world, while the charming town and year round sporting activities ensure that everyone has something to enjoy in this spectacular setting. Romantic snow clad mountains and panoramic views of the Matterhorn, the Western Alps, and across the Pont Helbronner to Italy make Chamonix an awe-inspiring place.

The History of Chamonix

Once home to a rural population of farmers and small monastery, the valley of Chamonix was brought to the attention of the world by two English explorers, Windham and Pococke. Their literary journals, documenting amazing sights such as the Mer de Glace (Sea of Ice) drew others to this beautiful place, and when Madame Coutterand opened the first guest house in 1770 its reputation as a holiday destination was established, with luxury hotels soon following in the early 19th century. Two local men, Paccard and Balmat, made the first ascent of Mont Blanc in 1786, and Chamonix is now the mountaineering capital of Europe.

What to See and Do In Chamonix

There is something for everyone in picturesque Chamonix, whether you are looking for the opportunity to ski some of the most extraordinary descents in Europe - such as The Vallee Blanche at 2700 vertical metres - or the chance to relax in magnificent surroundings. Our luxury chalet in Chamonix let you enjoy every aspect of the area, from the lively streets lined with a colourful mix of restaurants, shops, bars and cafés to the Grotte de la Mer de Glace, an ice cave whose frozen tunnels and ice sculptures change colour like mood rings.

If the paragliding, skiing and mountaineering leave you in need of some rest, The Heliopic Spa features a large pool complete with fireplace and swing chairs where you can perch or doze off after a refreshing swim. There is also a tepidarium, banya, ice cave, cold water wells and a Turkish steam bath as well as a wide selection of treatments. You can also simply enjoy the beautiful surroundings from the chalet, relaxing with a hot drink, pleasantly aching bones and tales of your adventures.

Food and Drink in Chamonix

Whether you've spent all day leisurely wandering the town or hurtling exhilaratingly down snowy slopes, you can unwind in some truly exquisite restaurants in Chamonix. Le Cascade du Dard is particularly striking, where you will be well rewarded after a walk from Chamonix town by a charming old stone building right next to a spectacular waterfall, serving simple but fresh fare on a flower filled terrace. Albert 1er pairs a treasure trove of a cellar with two Michelin star gastronomic feasts, while Le Panier des 4 Saisons serves authentic Savovarde fare in a semi-formal, wood panelled setting. Whether you are looking for fine dining elegance, rustic charm, or simply to relax with a glass of wine in our luxury chalet, Chamonix has plenty to offer.

The Experience

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