With an area of 272 m² distributed over four floors, the Saphir chalet is designed to accommodate up to 12 guests. The filigree marble used throughout this chalet brings a contemporary style to its appearance.
EQUIPMENT: 272 m² for up to 12 people; 4 bedrooms; 1 bunk room; 1 Storvatt spa; 1 sauna
LIVING SPACE: Living room with fireplace; Fully equipped kitchen; Wine fridge; Terrace with dining area and panoramic view; Ski room; Lift; 2-spot garage; Laundry room; Air conditioning
SLEEPING AREAS: 1 double bedroom with bathroom; 3 double bedrooms with a walk-in shower; 1 four-person bunk room with a walk-in shower; Flat-screen TV in each room; Room safe; Available baby bed
A LA CARTE SERVICES: Chef and food service for meals at the chalet; Meal and picnic basket delivery; Airport/train station/altiport transfers; Availability of a vehicle with a chauffeur; Massages; Babysitting; Ski, hiking and mountain biking equipment delivery
Free cancellation up to 90 days before the local check-in time. After that, the reservation is non-refundable unless it is re-sold.
Facilities & Amenities
Airport shuttle (additional charge)
Books, DVDs, music for children
Children television networks
Free street parking
Heated ski boot lockers
Hot tub / jacuzzi
Includes end cleaning
Ski storage room
Guests say the description and photos for this property are accurate.
89 Rte des Nants, 74400 Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, France
This accommodation takes steps to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly
Follow your Skixer's advice and ski like a local
Our only objective is to make this ski holiday the best you've ever had (so you will use us again next year ... and the year after)
About Chamonix Mont Blanc
Chamonix has 200 years of mountain sports history and is one of the most famous destinations in the world. It is situated in southeast France close to the Italian and Swiss borders.
With its 5 large skiing areas, Chamonix Valley welcomes skiing enthusiasts at all levels.
Between the two ends of the valley Les Houches and Le Tour, we have the two south-facing areas Le Brevent and La Flegere. Here you can ski with an astonishing view over Mont Blanc. On the north side, there's the village Argentiere where we have the world-famous area named Les Grands Montets with its challenging long runs.
Finally, in the heart of Chamonix, there is the gondola going up to Aguille du Midi. It is from here you can descend down the great VALLE BLANCHE. A 22 km long run.
When not skiing, there are plenty of things to do. Enjoy relaxing in one of the Valley’s spas, shopping in the lively streets of Chamonix, or get stuck in the famous after-ski in one of the many bars in town.
For those who prefer a calmer atmosphere maybe a cup of tea or coffee with something sweet at one of the well-visited cafés would be the solution. In the evening there are plenty of restaurants where you can get a traditional dinner or gastronomic meal in a first-class restaurant. Lastly, for the late-nighters, there are also a couple of discos.