The chalet’s four 160 sq metre apartments have all been designed by leading European architects. Briefed with creating an uplifting environment – an integral theme of Chalet Seven – the apartments are spacious, opulent and offer the comfort of a home-from-home. With stylish antique and vintage furniture, the apartments create an elegant and eclectic ambience.
Each apartment has three generous bedrooms, which are graded in size: VIP, executive and deluxe. The apartments have access to a private 100 sq metre terrace, which has been furnished with an outdoor fire pit and a Jacuzzi. The apartments have two individual colour palettes: Gold – including a rich colour palette, an impressive bronze fireplace, oak-waxed floors and linen-covered walls, and Monochrome – including a silver, white and pewter colour palette which echoes the snowy landscape of the Alps.
Situated on the first floor are the chalet’s GOLD apartments. With a rich colour palette, the two apartments feature impressive bronze fireplaces and linen-covered walls.
Hand-waxed oak floors flow throughout the apartments to provide an organic transition from living spaces to bedrooms.
Chalet Seven’s two MONOCHROME apartments include a silver, white and pewter colour palette.
Complemented by silver wood and white polished plaster, the furnishings create a light and airy tone, which echo the snowy landscape of the 1,000 peaks.