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Le Chalet d’Adrien
GBP 305 (from)

Le Chalet d’Adrien

Switzerland, Verbier


Le Chalet d’Adrien (Valais)

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28 Rooms
Brigitte de Turckheim-Cachart and Eric Cachart
“We want to be the creators of your most beautiful memories”
Maître de Maison - Brigitte de Turckheim-Cachart and Eric Cachart
In a postcard setting with unbelievable views of snowy peaks, Le Chalet d’Adrien seems to cling to the mountain. It overlooks Verbier, one of the most charming Swiss mountain resorts. An unrivalled ski paradise in winter, and mountain pastures for magnificent hikes in summer. Matching wood panelling and fabrics, antique furniture, books and objets d’art scattered around in a homey way combine to create a charming, cosy atmosphere from which the pristine beauty of the landscape can be enjoyed. The pool looking onto the mountains, and the Spa by Sisley are an invitation to well-being. The restaurants feature the culinary flavours of nearby Italy and Valais products and wines.
Le Chalet d’Adrien

Unique in the world: Cosy atmosphere from which the pristine beauty of the landscape can be enjoyed.

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First of all, there is the site: the snow-capped range of the Alps, Grand Combin, and Mont Vélan. Clinging to the mountain in the heights of Verbier, the hotel overlooks the valley. Le Chalet d’Adrien is a Prestige Hotel, but above all it is a chalet where wood reigns supreme both inside and out. Each of the 30 rooms is decorated originally, and bears the name of a flower from Adrien de Turckheim's herbarium. Wood-panelled walls, matching fabrics, and antique furniture give charm and authenticity. Books and objects placed throughout ensure guests feel at home. The joy of living here is reminiscent of childhood memories. Wood, stone, fire, and the teddy bears which are its emblem make for a calm and serene place at the foot of the ski slopes.

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