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Ski Chalets in Switzerland

There are 167 holidays to Switzerland for 2 adults, 0 child and 0 infant, from Accom-Only (no flights).

167 holidays

Chalet Max

in Verbier, Switzerland (sleeps 8)
08/12/24 Sun • Without Flights • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Wifi/internetHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolFamily friendlyFireplace/Hearth/StoveBalcony/Terrace/Veranda
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Chalet Teredo

in Verbier, Switzerland (sleeps 10)
12/01/25 Sun • Without Flights • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Family friendlyChildcare/Kids clubHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveCinema/TheatrePoolSpa/Wellness
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Dent Blanche

in Verbier, Switzerland (sleeps 12)
27/04/25 Sun • Without Flights • 7 nights • Self Catering
Sauna/Steam/TurkishHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveFamily friendlyCinema/TheatreWifi/internetPoolGym/FitnessSpa/Wellness
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Le Ruisseau

in Nendaz, Switzerland (sleeps 4)
22/03/25 Sat • Without Flights • 7 nights • Self Catering
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Chalet Valentine

in Verbier, Switzerland (sleeps 6-7)
08/12/24 Sun • Without Flights • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
PoolSauna/Steam/TurkishSpa/WellnessFamily friendlyGym/FitnessBalcony/Terrace/Veranda
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in Grindelwald, Switzerland (sleeps 6)
29/03/25 Sat • Without Flights • 7 nights • Self Catering
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Bella Rocca

in Verbier, Switzerland (sleeps 10)
22/12/24 Sun • Without Flights • 7 nights • Self Catering
Sauna/Steam/TurkishHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveFamily friendlyWifi/internetPoolGym/FitnessSpa/Wellness
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Chalet Marais Rouge

in Verbier, Switzerland (sleeps 13)
08/12/24 Sun • Without Flights • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Wifi/internetHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolSauna/Steam/TurkishFamily friendlyCinema/TheatreFireplace/Hearth/StoveBalcony/Terrace/Veranda
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Chalet Jadi

in Nendaz, Switzerland (sleeps 10)
05/04/25 Sat • Without Flights • 7 nights • Self Catering
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Helene 2

in Wengen, Switzerland (sleeps 9)
05/04/25 Sat • Without Flights • 7 nights • Self Catering
Balcony/Terrace/VerandaAllows Dog/PetWifi/internet
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in Wengen, Switzerland (sleeps 6)
22/03/25 Sat • Without Flights • 7 nights • Self Catering
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Kings Parc 115

in Verbier, Switzerland (sleeps 6)
01/12/24 Sun • Without Flights • 7 nights • Self Catering
Balcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveChildcare/Kids clubFamily friendlyWifi/internetSpa/Wellness
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The Calima Estate

in Verbier, Switzerland (sleeps 16)
13/04/25 Sun • Without Flights • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Sauna/Steam/TurkishHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolBalcony/Terrace/VerandaFireplace/Hearth/StoveChildcare/Kids clubFamily friendlyCinema/TheatreWifi/internetPoolSpa/Wellness
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in Nendaz, Switzerland (sleeps 6)
15/03/25 Sat • Without Flights • 7 nights • Self Catering
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Chalet Pierre Avoi

in Verbier, Switzerland (sleeps 14-16)
05/01/25 Sun • Without Flights • 7 nights • Catered Chalet
Wifi/internetHot tub/Jacuzzi/WhirlpoolSauna/Steam/TurkishSpa/WellnessFamily friendlyFireplace/Hearth/StoveBalcony/Terrace/Veranda
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Swiss Ski Chalets

When the first settlers built their wood and stone houses on the Swiss mountainsides all those years ago, little did they know they’d be setting a trend for centuries to come. Switzerland’s the birthplace of the typical wooden, shuttered ski chalet, and while you won’t find as many catered properties as you would in France these days, the chalets you do find are well worth experiencing.

Luxury Chalets in Switzerland

You haven’t seen luxury chalets till you’ve been to Switzerland, where the best contain fully fledged spas, pools, cinemas, antique and designer furnishings (and that’s just the ground floor…). A roster of staff at your beck and call and some of the best chefs in the Alps are frequent fixtures for a truly first class week in the Alps. 

The resorts here raise luxury skiing to another level; just take Zermatt’s Michelin starred restaurants and Verbier’s swish champagne bars. But you don’t have to be made of money to enjoy a little luxury in this neck of the woods. While they mightn’t have their own wine cellars, more affordable options come with outdoor hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms to make your stay wonderfully comfortable.

Ski in, Ski out Swiss chalets

Switzerland doesn’t really do purpose built, ski-out resorts – instead you get delightfully old mountain towns on the valley floor, with sensational peaks above them. The good news is that public transport here is fantastically efficient, and when they’re not within walking distance, chalets often have their own shuttle service to take you to the ski lifts. There’s always an exception to the rule, and a chalet with doorstep skiing in Switzerland can be priceless if you manage to snap it up in time.

Independent chalets in Switzerland | Swiss chalets without flights

Switzerland has some stunning independent chalets, some run as a single property by the owner and others part of a collection set up by ski-mad friends or families. You’ll find everything from the highest heights of luxury to simpler, homely lodgings, all with a team of chalet staff to take care of the housework. As you find with chalets in package holidays, breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner come included on 6 days, leaving you free to try a local restaurant on one night. The most superior chalets offer all the trimmings: aperitifs, hor d’oeuvres, limitless bubbly… While others provide a simple but hearty menu. There also tends to be more flexibility when it comes to meal upgrades and short breaks with this kind of chalet holiday.

These chalets are mainly sold as accommodation-only, leaving you to pick the airports, train stations and departure times that work best for you. We’ll show you the easiest route to resort, and can book transfers for you if need be – or we can arrange all of the travel if you’d prefer.

Most popular Swiss chalet holidays

Top 10 Best Ski Chalets in Switzerland

Butterfly, Adelboden

A 3-minute stroll to the Chuenisbärgli chairlift, this modern wooden chalet offers self-catering for up to four. Near the famed Chuenisbärgli World Cup ski racing course, it’s 2 km from the centre of Adelboden.

Chalet n°10, Crans Montana

This affordable, self-catering chalet near Crans Montana is perfect for up to six people. Just 3 km from the action, snuggle up by the log fire and soak in amazing mountain views from the terrace.

Tree-tops Chalet, Gstaad

This classic Alpine Swiss chalet, only 3 minutes from Gstaad centre, exudes charm with dark wood balconies. A cosy retreat with authentic farmhouse furnishings, inviting armchairs and a wooden staircase awaits inside.

Chalet Kalibu, Nendaz

Indulge in Nendaz's charm at this modern, airy chic chalet. With a cinema room and access to an indoor pool with a fireplace, it's a haven of luxury. Relax on the sun terrace while your personal chef prepares dinner.

Chalet Les Arolles, Saas Fee

This modern, five-star chalet has it all – sauna, playroom and breathtaking mountain views. Tucked away in a quiet chalet zone, it offers spacious balconies and a convenient ski bus stop at the doorstep.

Calima, Verbier

Experience sophisticated alpine style in this modern mountain retreat in Verbier, with an elevated position offering breathtaking views. Soak in the incredible indoor swimming pool and unwind in the outdoor hot tub.

Chalet Sherwood, Verbier

This chalet blends stunning valley views and modern Alpine style. The open-plan living-dining area exudes alpine chic leading to a spacious terrace. Enjoy the great sound system and the 24/7 resort driving service.

Argentière 3, Villars

This homely wooden chalet is in a peaceful, sunny area with fantastic southeast-facing views. The charming self-catering chalet for six is near Roc d'Orsay gondola and Col de Soud piste with ample parking for convenience.

Jungfrau an der Ledi, Wengen

Embrace Alpine charm in this simple, cosy Swiss chalet in Wengen, blending traditional dark wood with modern flair. Perched on a sunny slope just 1 km from the centre, it offers a panoramic view of mountains and valleys.

Chalet Peak, Zermatt

Indulge in luxury at Zermatt’s premier chalet with uninterrupted Matterhorn views. Enjoy the sauna, Jacuzzi and gym. A personal chef caters to your culinary desires and a walk-in wine cellar completes the experience.

Swiss Ski Chalets FAQ:

Hosts do the cooking (breakfast, afternoon tea and an evening meal with wine) and cleaning. On 1 or 2 days, hosts are ‘off’, so breakfast is self-serve and there’s no tea or evening meal provided (the perfect excuse to head up the road for fondue!). You might share the chalet with others, or you can opt for sole occupancy which means the whole chalet to yourselves.

There are three main parts to the process:

  • Decide what you need - which resort, which dates, how many people, and preferences on facilities and location.
  • Look through your options using the filter search at the top of this page. If you need some guidance, SNO problem! Contact us by phone or online enquiry to chat it through.
  • Once you’ve found the Swiss chalet for you, we can help you firm up the booking which will involve putting down a deposit or full payment.

Hosts daily prepare your breakfast, afternoon tea and evening meal (with wine included). Once or twice a week, hosts have a day off. Breakfast is self-serve and instead of your evening meal in the chalet, you’ll get the chance to eat out somewhere local - our chalets are never too far from a fine Swiss fondue!

This is for you to decide based on your holiday experience. Lots of our guests leave their hosts a small token of appreciation for their hard work (something like £10-20 per guest, in the local currency) but it’s by no means a necessity!

Yes, there are often 3 or 4 night holidays available. You can find these by filtering the holidays on this page to show packages ‘under 7 nights’, or get in touch over the phone and we will chat through your options.

In the swish ski resort of Verbier, these properties often come up the priciest for their fabulous locations, gourmet cuisine and better-than-5-star-hotel facilities. New Year’s week tends to be the costliest because of Verbier’s legendary champagne-fuelled celebrations.

Verbier has Switzerland’s most luxurious chalets and is a true spectacle. This is not one awesome chalet, but two (Norte which sleeps 14 and Sirocco which sleeps 8 can be hired individually or as a whole estate). Its heavenly décor, Michelin-standard cuisine and next level facilities (including two designer swimming pools and a wine cave) are tricky to rival.

Yes, lots of Swiss chalet packages already include flights and transfers. If they don’t, we should be able to add them on, choosing from a range of departure airports. Some packages include Eurotunnel or ferry crossings instead, for those who prefer to self-drive.

Most of our self-catered Swiss chalets and top-end luxury Swiss chalets allow dogs. Select ‘Allows Dog/Pet’ in the search filter at the top of this page see which ones. We also have a handy page devoted to ski chalets which allow dogs where you can find advice on bringing your dog on a ski holiday.

The biggest ski chalet in Switzerland is the glorious Chalet Shalimar in Zermatt, which can sleep up to 20 guests in 10 bedrooms and has some incredible facilities for everyone to share. Zermatt’s village, ski area and après ski are brilliantly suited to groups of all ages.

All ski resorts with chalets in Switzerland

Most popular ski chalets in Switzerland

Chalet Ski resort Price (per person)
Chalet Rosalp 4 5* Verbier £ 2250
Chalet Nyumba 5* Verbier £ 3500
Chalet Max 5* Verbier £ 2250
Chalet Valentine 5* Verbier £ 2666
Chalet Five Roses 5* Verbier £ 2500
Chalet Pierrepointe 5* Verbier £ 1800
Chalet Elbrus 5* Zermatt £ 4725
The Calima Estate 5* Verbier £ 838
Chalet Aconcagua 5* Zermatt £ 19426
La Vigne 5* Verbier £ 7353

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