World’s 5 Most Expensive Ski Chalets

World’s 5 Most Expensive Ski Chalets

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World’s 5 Most Expensive Ski Chalets

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World’s  5 Most Expensive Ski Chalets

Looking to upgrade your current ski bum status and live it up this season? Below is a list of the 5 most expensive ski chalets in the world. We can guarantee there is no ramen eaten in these swanky establishments, or smelly ski bums living in these dwellings.

1st: Chalet Le Blanchot, Courchevel 1850

$269,361 per week

Costing more than most houses, a peak season week at Chalet Le Blanchot is only for the seriously wealthy: $22,446.75 per person, based on 12 sharing. Spread over five floors, the chalet has an internal lift to spare aching muscles after a hard day’s skiing. There is also a chalet manager and housekeeper on hand, but the services of a chef, chauffeur and butler will cost extra (we don’t want to know how much extra). The chalet also has its very own massage room, and the prerequisite indoor pool, along with hammam-style steam room and hot tub.

2nd: Shemshak Lodge, Courchevel 1850

$196,940 per week

An indoor pool with wonderful views of Courchevel and the Trois Vallees, guests can expect a dedicated team of staff along with beautiful soft furnishings and a level of luxury that only those with the deepest of pockets can afford. Unsurprisingly, the most expensive week of the season coincides with Russian New Year. $24,617.50 per person, based on eight sharing.

3rd: Aurelio Clubhouse, Lech

$188,851 per week

Billed as a “no expenses spared holiday in the Austrian alps”, only those that meet the approval of the Aurelio Clubhouse’s owner can expect to secure a stay here. There’s a 23m pool, massage room and a team of staff (sadly a chauffeur does not come as standard). A library and a formal dining room add to the sophisticated air. Sleeps 18 ($10,492 per person)

4th: Chalet Chesa Falcun, Klosters

$161,609 per week

Exuding understated luxury, Chesa Falcun is the perfect pampering retreat with its massage room, sauna, fluffy dressing gowns, and Jo Malone bath and beauty products. A chef, chauffeur and housekeeper are on hand to cater to every whim. However, all of this cosseting comes at a price: $13,468 per person during high-season. Sleeps 12.

5th: Chalet Seven, Crans-Montana

$160,002 per week

Roaring log fires, stylish cinema, funky bar and dreamy en-suites, Chalet Seven is the perfect pad for you and 23 of your closest friends. Yours for $6666.75, based on 24 sharing, in high-season.

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