The Alps are a mountain range across France, Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Italy, Austria and Slovenia. The Swiss Alps are said to be the most spectacular of all There are countries with higher mountains, larger glaciers and more lakes than Switzerland has. However, Switzerland holds the title of the most enormous diversity of landscapes and nature in a relatively small area. Within a few hours on a train, one may witness fresh meadows, mountain scenery and sunny villages with palm trees and vineyards. Lastly, the Swiss Alps are a very popular tourist destination.
Our collection of luxury chalets in the Swiss Alps is complete with every size and decor our guests could request. From an intimate and cozy 2 bedrooms and 2 baths to an estate-sized opulent 13 bedrooms and 10 baths, we will have the ideal property for you and your party. Our diverse luxury chalet villas in the Swiss Alps feature the amenities most sought after by our discerning guests: expansive, tiered terraces to take in the splendor of the Swiss Alps, seating groups with firepits and/or fireplaces, large cedar hot tubs. Indoors is arguably, even more opulent. Expect dramatic two-story living spaces, punctuated by designer furnishings and state of the art electronics. Many properties feature private indoor pools, massage and treatment rooms, saunas and dedicated children’s spaces with games and gaming systems for their enjoyment. For the adults entertainment, game rooms include regulations sized pool tables, darts and bar areas.
Enjoy the beautiful countryside in either a train trip aboard either the Glacier Express or Bernina Express or by boat to take in the Swiss lakes. You could also choose a multi-day tour via luxury bus. Of course, the most popular activity in the Swiss Alps is exploring the Alps themselves. Thankfully, this is a fairly easy task. Between cable cars, funiculars and cogwheel trains throughout the country, all visitors may enjoy the stunning scenery of the Alps. A culinary tour is also another lovely way to spend the day in the Swiss Alps. Watch cheese being made, taste some chocolate and wine, and learn about the history of these iconic products.
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