High above the Rhone Valley, escape into the mountains to enjoy this luxurious take on a traditional Swiss chalet, close to unbeatable Swiss ski runs and surrounded by incredible mountain vistas.
Chalet Christina’s sophisticated interiors nod to the Alpine vernacular with characterful timber ceilings, cozy furs and magnificent mountain views at every turn. Up to 26 guests can be accommodated here. The eight master suites all boast private dressing rooms, sophisticated bathrooms and gorgeous balconies. Plus, there are two children’s dormitories which can host up to ten children.
Chalet Christina’s magnificent interiors create a welcoming ambiance of luxe sophistication. Gather friends and family in the grand living space to relax around the crackling wood-burning fire. Share a toast at the private bar, then retire to the dining room where you can satisfy your appetites on the evening’s delicacy, prepared by your in-house chef.
The highlight of the property is the impressive spa complex, dominated by the beautiful heated outdoor pool. Shared with the neighbouring Chalet Christiano (sleeps up to sixteen), it offers a superb way to relax after a day out on the slopes. This 1,000m² spa space is a heavenly haven of Bahia Blanca marble, glossy teak and Baccarat crystal chandeliers. Head outside to the bubbling Jacuzzi and idyllic swimming pool. Inside, you can soothe those tired muscles in the sauna. Or continue your work out in the fitness room or yoga studio. This shared space also boasts a bar area, cinema room and a billiard room for further après ski options.
For those who need to stay connected during their stay, there is a comfortable private office space where you can work in peace.
Wherever you turn in Chalet Christina, you are surrounded by impressive views of the Valais Alps, the chain of mountain peaks that stretches from the Matterhorn to Mont Blanc. The twin towns of Crans and Montana have a ski area that spans 140 km of slopes, served by 19 lifts, at elevations between 1,510 and 2,927 metres – from the high plateau of the Plaine Morte Glacier to the broad, open pistes that are perfect for beginners and deep-snow skiers. The 12km valley descent down the Piste Nationale is the longest in the region. Or advanced skiers can take the chairlift to La Toula to find a really challenging descent.
In summer, mountain footpaths, sparkling swimming lakes and adventure sports such as canyoning, mountain climbing, water skiing and paragliding are all available on your doorstep. And the 18-hole Severiano Ballesteros Golf Course offers up breath-taking views from the high plateau.