An original farm house dating from 1867, this one-of-a-kind property has been transformed into an iconic luxury Alpine home. A plethora of original features have been retained, including the authentic wooden beams and panelling. Sumptuous fabrics, modern furnishings, beautiful sculptures, and striking art have been combined with aged woods, natural stones, and traditional Swiss details to create a chic property at the height of style and comfort.
Just a 3-minute drive from Lauenen village and a 10-minute drive from downtown Gstaad, Chalet Lottie makes it easy to explore a quaint village center, browse world-class boutiques or enjoy a honeymoon-worthy dinner. For skiing, ask the driver to take you to one of the two nearby Gstaad gondola stations or to the lift in Schönried. When it’s time to leave, you’ll have a choice of the airports in Saanen, Sion and Geneva to make your connection home.
The villa’s original wood beams and paneling have been carefully preserved to create a traditional backdrop for modern furnishings and striking artwork. In the living room, seating areas defined by area rugs and soft fabrics invite you to relax and chat, while in the formal dining room, elegant velour-upholstered chairs can seat up to eighteen. The separate fully equipped kitchen has both a convenient breakfast bar and a casual, farmhouse-inspired breakfast table.
Each of the seven bedrooms at Chalet Lottie has its own private en-suite bathroom. The beautiful master suite has a king bed and opens to a terrace with mountain views, and there are five bedrooms with double beds and terrace access, one of which also has mountain views. If you’re traveling with family, the seventh bedroom has two twin beds and is perfect for older children or teenagers.
Your stay at Chalet Lottie includes the services of a chef, housekeeper, host and driver. Start the day by stretching out in the fitness room, then gather equipment from the ski and boot room. After a day on the slopes, indulge in a session in the sauna, pour a glass from the wine fridge and cozy up in the home theater. Step outside to the mountainside terrace and garden for an al-fresco dinner or a soak in the cedar hot tub with spectacular mountain views.
Gstaad, Swiss Alps, Switzerland
Bedroom 1 – Master
King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Television, Direct access to terrace, View of The Verbier Mountains
Double bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Direct access to terrace, View of the Verbier Mountains
Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Direct access to terrace
Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower & bathtub combo, Television, Direct access to terrace
Two twin beds, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television
Double bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower & bathtub, Television, Direct access to terrace
Double bed (or two twin beds), Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Television, Direct access to terrace
Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar and dining table
Formal dining area with seating for 18
Ski and boot room
3 minute drive to Lauenen village center
10 minute drive to downtown Gstaad
16 km to Schönried village center and ski lifts
28 km to Glacier 3000
67 km to Montreux
96 km to Lausanne
9.8 km to Gstaad BDGAG-Ige gondola station
9.8 km to Wispile-Gstaad gondola station
14 km to Saanen Airport (LSGK)
104 km to Sion Airport (SIR)
157 km to Geneva International Airport (GVA)
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Planning your luxury holiday, we are with you every step along the way.
If the villa of your choice is already booked, our team is happy to suggest equivalent alternatives and take care of the details. You can expect your vacation to be personalized to suit your tastes.
For you thrill seekers out there looking to go beyond the normal ski trip, we can arrange heli-skiing, ski touring, ice climbing or day trips to Chamonix to ski the Vallée Blanche, or why not do a trip to Italy to ski over for lunch? Guides can be booked on arrival for these adventure trips and will be weather dependant.
If skiing isn’t your thing or you’d just like to try something different, you can go cross country on snow shoes, or see the Alps from the air with a tandem paraglide.
If you can walk, you can go snowshoeing. It’s easy to do, it doesn’t require a lot of special techniques, and the fun begins as soon as you put the snowshoes on! You can choose between a casual hike through the woods or a steep climb up the mountain. A great option is to walk up to lunch where the skiers have skied to, and you can walk to on snow shoes, getting you some fresh mountain air, and catching up on the morning news. It also allows you to go places where skiers can’t!
The perfect alpine summer escape. Swim in the indoor pool, be pampered in the spa, or just relax after a day on the mountain whilst enjoying a wide selection of tailored menus and fine wines.
Why not take to the sky and see the spectacular sites from the air? Take a tandem flight where you can sit back and enjoy the experience, or take a course and go solo.
Where better to relax, and heal than the fresh mountain air? There are several mountain top locations for yoga practice and classes can be held outdoors or in your chalet. A great combination is a gentle hike with a session of yoga up on the mountain.
Dining can be as formal or informal as you wish, from full four-course gourmet meals to healthy meals with the children.
Breakfast is generally served from about 7.30 in the morning and in winter the lifts open at 8.45am, which should give you enough time to get kitted out for your day on the mountain. You can have it a little earlier if you like, and if you’ve got a very early start (for example if you’re leaving us), we’ll organise a breakfast pack to take with you.
Each day in winter we will book a table for lunch somewhere on the slopes, with each guest responsible for paying for his or her own meal. If you make it back to The Lodge for lunch, or if you choose to stay behind during the day, a light lunch will be served.
In summer lunches will vary depending on the day’s activities. Some excursions we organise include lunch, but if you choose to go exploring on your own you may want to take care of lunch yourself.
In the winter season once the lifts stopping running it’s time to head back for a relaxing spa treatment, a session in the hot tub and steam room, and definitely a slice (or two) of homemade cakes with some mulled wine – well deserved after an active day on the mountain.
Evenings typically start with some delicious canapés and an apéritif of your choice before moving on to the main dinner. Each morning our chefs will share a menu for that evening and invite guests to let us know if there’s anything on there that doesn’t take their fancy.