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Best Luxury Chalets with Breathtaking Balconies

Discover some of the most breathtaking balconies the Alps have to offer.

1. Chalet Arula 1, Lech

Overlooking Lech with a location directly on the slopes, Chalet Arula 1 is a newly built chalet with ski-in/ski-out access and impressive facilities. Ideal for large families and groups of friends, this luxurious chalet has a stylish interior with several terraces and balconies.

From a delightful al fresco meal with a dramatic mountain backdrop to a tranquil session in the impressive spa, Chalet Arula 1 certainly knows how to make you feel relaxed. With nine spacious en-suite bedrooms, this spectacular property is able to accommodate 21 guests in complete luxury.

2. Chalet Uberhaus, Lech

One of Lech’s most prestigious properties, the ski-in/ski-out property of Chalet Uberhaus is located in an exclusive area of Oberlech at just a three-minute drive from the Rufikopfbahn.

Large balconies on the top two floors offer inspiring south-facing panoramas while the balcony from the living area has an 8-seater table for al fresco dining. With several deckchairs, guests can also soak up the sun or enjoy a soak in the outdoor hot tub overlooking the piste. Able to sleep up to 10 adults and four children, Chalet Uberhaus has five beautifully designed bedrooms.

3. Chesa Falcun, Klosters

At just a three minute drive from the shops, bars and the Gotscha ski lift, Chesa Falcun is a luxurious private retreat overlooking the whole of the Klosters Valley.

With an impressive living and wellness area, this stand-out chalet has a stunning terrace ideal for al fresco dining with views out towards the Gotscha and Kublis peaks. Able to accommodate 12 guests with six beautifully furnished bedrooms, Chesa Falcun’s master suite also has its own private south-facing balcony for further breathtaking views.

4. Chalet Cryst'Aile, Courchevel 1850

Located in the exclusive Chenus area, Chalet Cryst’Aile has beautiful living areas that open out to a large, comfortably furnished terrace with spectacular easterly views across Courchevel 1850 and the breathtaking French Alps.

One of the chalets terraces also has an outdoor hot tub where guests can sit back and relax with views over the snow-capped peaks. Able to accommodate 12 guests in six luxurious en-suite bedrooms, the spacious master also has its very own private balcony.

5. Chalet Quezac, Tignes

Designed by four-time world ski champion Guerlin Chicerit, Chalet Quezac is a contemporary chalet full of bold artwork and one-of-a-kind sculptures. Located on the Montée des Maisonettes in Tignes-Les-Brévières, this modern chalet provides guests with magnificent views and welcoming wellness facilities of an indoor swimming pool and spa.

With a colour-changing bar, barbecue and pizza oven, Quezac’s vast terrace is the perfect spot for guests to indulge in al fresco dining, soak up the sun or enjoy an aperitif or two after a day on the slopes. Surrounded by the marvellous French Alps, Quezac has seven beautifully designed bedrooms, including two master suites to sleep a total of twelve adults and four children.

6. Chalet M, Morzine

Offering excellent facilities, sumptuous interiors and exceptional panoramic views, Chalet M is located in Morzine at less than 1k m from the town centre and a few minutes from the ski lifts.

From the spacious living area, guests can make their way out onto the chalet’s incredible south-facing balcony and terrace, complete with comfortable seating around the chalet’s fire pit and a table for al fresco dining. For easing those post-ski muscles, Chalet M also has a terrace hot tub with views of the majestic mountains. Able to sleep twelve guests across five bedrooms, Chalet M’s master bedroom also boasts a private south-facing balcony.

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