Plan Your Vacation In The Swiss Alps Chalet

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Summer is here, but when I get tired of the heat outside, I like thinking about winter. I’m sure many need a cooling oasis, too, so this chalet in the Swiss Alps is perfect to forget about the high temperatures in thermometers. Located in a very high forested area, The Lodge is the perfect expression of what nature has to provide during the snow, mostly, but all year long, too.

It has nine bedrooms and two master suites, offering the best view over the town of Verbier and the fabulous mountain surroundings. Fireplaces couldn’t miss here, so the atmosphere is even warmer and cozier due to a calm fire burning. The décor is a combination of modern and rustic, mixing together the spirit of the place with the contemporary inspiration the guests look for.

But the retreat is just started, the chalet hosting a spa, gym, Jacuzzi and an indoor pool, as well. Guests can enjoy a party room, where they can hang out, having fun, tasting from the bar and the wine selection along with playing console games on a huge plasma screen. Anyone can rent a room here, but most preferable the whole chalet. This might be your chance for the perfect winter vacation!

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