This stunning chalet is a sensational blend of the traditional local architecture and extravagant design with alpine style wood and timber throughout. Sensitive lighting alongside luxurious fittings and plush furnishings create an opulent setting for guests to relax and socialise in. Spread over five floors, the expansive chalet is sleeps up to 12 people in five bedrooms. The floors are all linked by a stair case and a lift.
Suspended on the edge of the Savoleyres side of Verbier, this hideaway is the finest example of luxurious alpine living. Whilst the chalet gazes over the imposing mountains in the distance and village below, the interior is a haven of serenity and calmness. Mon Izba occupies one of Verbier’s most sought after addresses.
Floor to ceiling glass sliding doors open out onto the large terrace where there is stylish outdoor seating, the perfect place to enjoy a glass of champagne whilst the sun sets over Verbier. During the day sunlight floods in, whilst in the evening the village is lit up creating a wonderful ambience and atmosphere. There is also flat screen TV in this room.
The lift from the main entrance to the chalet takes you down to the entertainment floor. You will find a large cinema room filled with vintage leather arm chairs and a large sumptuous sofas. The chalet is filled with the latest entertainment and technology systems. Also on this floor is the delightful wine cave with kitchen, waterfall feature and extensive wine collection.
The first floor is home to the deluxe spa. With one of the largest indoor private swimming pools in Verbier, it is simply spectacular. Floor to ceiling glass at one end of the pool sinks down below the terrace allowing you to breathe in the fresh mountain air whilst enjoying your morning swim.
From the swimming pool you can access the terrace with outdoor hot tub; perfectly positioned to optimize the jaw dropping views of the mountains in the distance. There is an exotic hammam, with ice machine, sauna and shower room. A sumptuous massage room overlooks the pool with one way glass allowing you to take in the views whilst relaxing in complete privacy. Also on this floor is a kids TV room.
Bedroom 1 – Master
King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Jetted tub, Bidet, Dual vanity, Walk-in closet, Dressing room, Desk, Television, Private balcony, Outdoor furniture, Mountain view
Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Jetted tub, Direct access to private terrace, Outdoor furniture
Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Direct access to terrace, Outdoor furniture
Double size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Jetted tub, Direct access to terrace
2 twin size bunkbeds, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower, Direct access to terrace, Outdoor furniture
Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar
Formal dining area with seating for 10
Surround sound system
Spa & Wellness area
Outdoor dining area
7 minute drive to Verbier village center
2.6 km to Golf Club de Verbier
2 minute drive to Carrefour ski trail & Mayenzet lift
3 minute drive to Savolyres cable car
5 minute drive to Le Châble-Verbier & Medran cable car
54.9 km to Sion Airport (SIR)
163 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.