The World Ski Awards took place over the weekend in Kitzbühel, Austria with Chalet Les Anges in Zermatt, Switzerland sweeping the gong for the world’s best ski chalet for a second year running.
The chalet, spread over three floors, is decked with 700m2 of magnificent reclaimed wood. The huge panoramic windows draw in full majesty of the alps beyond crowned by the regal Matterhorn.
European operators swept the board this year
What world-class chalet would be complete without an outdoor spa area? Chalet Les Anges has a 3m2 black granite plunge pool with massaging jets and ambient underwater lighting to coax those tired muscles back into life after hammering some of the finest pistes and backcountry the alps have to offer.
The award-winning chalet sleeps 14 in seven large ensuite bedrooms with six offering uninterrupted views of the Matterhorn from their private balconies.
European operators all but swept the board this year with the beautiful Val Thorens in the French Alps named best ski resort in the world for the third year running and Fahrenheit Seven in Courchevel stole the prestigious World’s Best New Ski Hotel award for good measure.
To see all runners and riders head over to the World’s Best Ski Awards site.