About Chalet Maurice
Built in 2008, Chalet Maurice is accessed via a private funicular railway through the mountain, and located in the exclusive Petit Village area of Zermatt.
This free standing property, designed by renowned architect Magali de Tscharner, is set into the mountainside with a magnificent view of the soaring Matterhorn. It offers a comfortable contemporary feel using a combination of local materials, natural fabrics and simple elegant lines.
Chalet Maurice is filled with sumptuous fabrics and rich wood in palates of charcoal grey, cream and white, all combining to form a luxurious and chic alpine retreat. The spacious open plan living area and dining room create a feeling of comfort and light. Large south-facing balconies on each floor, offer the perfect spot to sunbathe and soak up the breathtaking views.
The chalet sleeps twelve guests in six large en-suite bedrooms spread over three floors. Four of the bedrooms have direct Matterhorn views and the master suite is spread over the entire top floor, featuring an open fire, a double height pitched ceiling and floor to ceiling windows.
If you would like to see floorplans for this property then please email us and we'll send the floorplans to you.
- 2 x Double/twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom, terrace access
- 3 x Double/twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom, balcony
- 1 x Double/twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Price from:CHF 36,500 per week View Availability
Features & Entertainment
Large outdoor terrace
Surround sound Bose system with Ipod docking station
Games and books
The Camel Snow Promise
We can help arrange all this and more, at no extra cost!
- Private transfers to and from the resort
- Lift passes
- Ski equipment hire
- Private ski guides, heli-skiing and ski lessons
- In-chalet massages
- Non-skiing activities
- Pre-arrival shopping service
- Helicopter transfers
- Party planning
- Corporate event planning
- Please enquire about any other specific service requests
- Week Commencing
- Bed & Breakfast
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Zermatt arguable provides the best views in the Alps with the striking Matterhorn overlooking the town. The town itself is car free meaning that you can through the streets more freely. There is plenty of history to take in whilst you are in the resort from the Matterhorn museum to the old style buildings and small cobbled streets.Explore Zermatt
All year round skiing, The iconic Matterhorn, Great bars & restaurants, Car free town, Ski into Italy
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