Rolls Royce Year Book 2013, page 380/381 

‘Les Trois Couronnes isn’t just a chalet
– it‘s an objet d’art’


The New York Times

“The design mixes reclaimed building materials with contemporary craftsmanship and state-of-the-art technology.”

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Luxury Travel Magazine

“Chalet of the Season award goes to… Chalet Trois Couronnes”

A&K Villas announces that its Chalet of the Season award goes to…Chalet Trois Couronnes (pictured): Verbier’s largest eco-friendly property that uses solar and geothermal power to heat the property. Brand new this season and with a vast vaulted art gallery and retractable swimming pool floor, covered with a stunningly detailed Italian mosaic, it is a hugely impressive chalet and this year’s overall winner!

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California Home + Design

“An artist’s dream.”

Chalet Trois Couronnes in Verbier, Switzerland is an artist’s dream. Linking the 8-bedroom mansion is an art gallery and banquet hall, and the whole residence is dotted with antique treasures, fine art, forged iron chandeliers, natural stone fireplaces, and more – all built and curated by art aficionados, skilled craftsman, and interior designers. An Italian-inspired mosaic lines the pool, which also has a retractable floor – talk about luxurious!

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The Sunday Times

“Described as a ‘superyacht in the snow’

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Financial Times – How To Spend It

“Timber-clad bar and an upholstered day bed suspended over the water”

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Luxury Chalet Collection

“This exceptional property is a castle,
fit for a King”

Trois Couronnes – regal by name and regal by nature. This exceptional property is a castle, fit for a King – a private Estate nestled in the heights of Verbier allowing guests to feel on top of the world. Throughought the property, one will find antique pieces, fine art, gothic fireplaces, natural stone fountains, classic wood panelling and floors and ceilings from the 18th and 19th century. These touches combine to create a totally authentic and historical experience.

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“The impeccable attention to detail and quality and the adoption of local historical construction techniques translate into an authentic mountain experience”

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The Gent Magazine

“As well as being beautifully furnished and equipped, what is immediately striking is the sheer depth of love and care that has gone into creating this contemporary masterpiece.”

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The Gent Magazine

 “Totally individual ensemble.”

Hand-picked craftsmen, architects, art connoisseurs and interior designers from across Europe were recruited for this project. And the team cast its net far and wide – from Florence and Austria to Paris and Belgium – to source expertly selected antique pieces, fine art, gothic fireplaces, a soapstone oven, original wood panelling, floors and ceilings from the 18th and 19th century, forged iron chandeliers and other signature pieces to create this totally individual ensemble.

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“It is adorned with antique pieces”

Fine art, gothic fireplaces, natural stone fountains and washbasins, old wood panelling and floors and ceilings from the 18th and 19th century.


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Luxury Feed 

“Covered with a stunningly detailed Italian mosaic”

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Whisp Bar

“Is certainly in a league of its own”

With an amazing design and architectural flair, and a truly spectacular setting up in the heights of Verbier, Trois Couronnes is certainly in a league of its own. Furnished to perfection and adorned with outstanding art work and period furniture, this magical ski chalet offers superb accommodation within 8 luxuriously appointed en-suite bedrooms.

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Loco Mag

The log cabin: you have built them with blocks and probably have set foot in a normal one for a camping trip or even a visit. I have always loved the aesthetic and the romantic notion that accompanies the log cabin. In scouring the Internet’s best of worldwide accommodation, I have found that the I-have-buckets-of-money-and-I-don’t-know-what-to-do-with-it translation for log cabin is actually “chalet.” Might I introduce you to Chalet Trois Couronnes. Up in the snowy mountains of Verbier, Switzerland, the chalet provides more than my tiny brain could imagine for a snowy camping trip: a massive indoor pool, an outdoor jacuzzi, a steam room, a sauna, a private cinema, an art gallery, parking for eight cars, integrated surround sound and video throughout the building, a personal assistant, chef and driver, and—in case you decide to make the mistake of leaving—close proximity to some of the finest skiing in Switzerland.

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Money Week

“Features its own art gallery and banqueting hall”

This new Swiss chalet is minutes from the Médran ski lift and features its own art gallery and banqueting hall. The developers “scoured the world to source antique furniture, gothic fireplaces, stone fountains and reclaimed 18th-century flooring and wood panels”, says James Ellis in The Times. There’s parking for eight cars, a swimming pool, hammam and sauna and a fully stocked wine cellar.

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