Located in exclusive area of Petite Village. Entrance 1 from private funicular. Entrance 2 from Petite Village. 5 minutes electric taxi to town centre; 10 minute walk to town centre
Chalet Maurice is one of the astounding and exclusive chalets. Built in 2008, Maurice was the first of the few privately owned luxurious chalets in Zermatt. 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.
Zermatt itself offers both superb year round skiing and an array of adventurous and inspiring activities to please all. This small, charming and picturesque alpine village boasts Europe’s finest ski area. It shares 313 km of world-class piste with its neighbouring Italian village, Cervinia, and is famous for its large number of gourmet Mountain Restaurants, abundance of Après Ski and other leisure activities.
Zermatt’s car-free cobbled streets, inviting chocolate shops and exclusive boutiques make it the resort of choice.
• Luxury accommodation for 12 guests • Magnificent dinners prepared by the Chef (6 nights a week) • Exclusive use of the chalet and its facilities • Carefully selected house wines • Dedicated service from your chalet staff • An open spirit bar and a range of soft drinks • Perrier Jouët Champagne • Fresh flowers and daily newspapers • Daily tea in bed, breakfast and afternoon tea • Temple Spa bathroom products • Children’s lunch and supper every day
• Wellness with Sauna, Massage room, Shower, WC • Outdoor hot tub • Integrated Bose music system and iPod docking station in Living area • TV lounge with plasma screen, Sky Channels, DVD, surround sound Bose system • Plasma TV in each bedroom • DVDs, Games, Books, Toys, Sledges • Ski room with heated boot racks • Internal lift
• Feather (or anti-allergy) pillows and duvets • Personal bathrobes and slippers • Hairdryer in each bedroom • Temple Spa bathroom products
• Study area with guest computer, printer and phone • Secure wireless internet throughout
Living Area: 500 m2. Staff: 4.
Chevalier: Twin or Superking size bed. En-suite bathroom with bath and separate shower. Opens to large private balcony, view across Zermatt to Matterhorn.
De Mauriac: Twin or Superking size bed. En-suite bathroom with shower. Opens to balcony, view across Zermatt to Matterhorn.
Sendak: Twin or Superking size bed. En-suite bathroom with shower. Opens to private balcony, view across Zermatt to Matterhorn.
Zbriger: Twin or Superking size bed. En-suite bathroom with shower.
Ravel: Twin or Superking size bed. En-suite bathroom with bath and handheld shower. Opens onto terrace. View across Zermatt to Matterhorn.
Micklewhite: Twin or Superking size bed. En-suite bathroom with bath and handheld shower. Opens onto terrace, access to hot tub. View across Zermatt to Matterhorn.
•High-altitude skiing •Europe's highest slopes •Picturesque •Ski in Zermatt & Cervinia
Stay in the world capital of alpinism and ski in sight of the Matterhorn: the greatest mountain destination in Switzerland and quite possibly the world, Zermatt has an unbeatable mix of dizzyingly snow sure slopes, a delightful old mountain town and some of the most jaw-dropping surroundings you'll ever set sight upon.
Great for •Groups •Off-piste •Luxury •Heli-skiing
Snow Report: Top 0cm, Bottom 0cm
Snow Forecast: 0cm expected this week
Snow History: March average depth 179.83cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Geneva (GVA)||260km, 3 hrs|
|Zurich (ZRH)||240km, 3 hrs 50|
Zermatt lift pass price last reported as 380 CHF (6-day Zermatt pass)
434 CHF (6-day International Zermatt-Cervinia pass). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Maurice.
Night skiing: Yes
Zermatt has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.
|Top of slopes:||3,899m|
|Bottom of piste:||599m|
|Total length of trails:||200km|