If you’re looking for a winter get away, or just want to pro-long the Christmas vibes – then look no further than these amazing holiday homes…
Perched high among the pines in Whistler, Canada, is Askasha, a four-bedroom chalet that gazes out over the beautiful valley of one of the largest and best ski resorts in North America.
However, guests staying at Akasha, are probably not there to hit the slopes. This stunning holiday home is located in Sunridge Plateau, one of Whistler’s most exclusive neighbourhoods, and is less than a kilometer from the main village.
Guests are able to get cosy by the huge log fire, steam themselves in the indoor spa or get some much need fresh mountain air from the outside hot tub.
The Five O’Clock Lodge in Colorado, USA, is a 7 bedroom (sleeps 22) chalet in the middle of a lush forest, moments from Colorado’s premier ski trails.
The chalet is complete with a mixture of tradition and technology. It has it’s own home theatre with an overhead projection system, TV, and gaming consoles, as well as a private massage room.
This can be your get away paradise for just £851 per night!
From £3,803 per night you can stay in the Chalet Les Anges, in Zermatt, Switzerland.
Apparently, Chalet Les Anges, is one of the reasons why Zermatt may have the most amazing ski rentals on the planet, which comes as no surprise as the classic après-ski town is consistently rated as one of the world’s best.
According to lavish lifestyle experts, the views from this chalet patio (especially at night under the star lit sky) are second to none.
Inside the holiday home reclaimed wood lines the walls and contemporary furniture creates a clean and calming interior. A £3,803 a night price tag also includes services from two managers, a personal cook and a housekeeper.
But arguably at the tip top of all chalets is Apopka. This 43,055 sq ft of super-chalet nestled in the Alps, it is believed to be the largest mountain home in the world.
The “super-chalet” trend has taken France’s glitziest ski resorts by storm over the past couple of years, with owners wanting swimming pools, spa treatment rooms, climbing walls and ceiling-height waterfall features; and all situated right on the slopes.
Apopka is located in star-studded Courchevel, taking decadence to new heights – quite literally. The chalet has four bedrooms, a library and a ski room with boot warmers. Its crowning glory in the open plan living space-cum-dinning room/ kitchen. The sale price is €4.7m (£3.4m) and will cost around €350,00 (£253,760) a week to rent. The owner is said to have wanted the biggest chalet in Courchevel but it turns out it is the biggest chalet in the Alps and possibly the world.