Welcome to Chalet Lara, a stunning four bedroom penthouse apartment located in Zermatt with breath-taking views of the famous Matterhorn.
This contemporary fully catered penthouse is stunning, stylish and cleverly designed with unique features and offers all the luxury you desire from a Skiing Vacation to Zermatt. Lara is conveniently less than 3 minute walk to the Sunnega lift with easy access to the town centre and Zermatt Railway Station which is just 10 minutes away.
This brand new penthouse is just one of 2 penthouses at the exclusive Haus Alpa Development of just 9 luxury apartments. This beautiful two floor penthouse has a wonderful private south facing balcony with views across Zermatt to Matterhorn perfect for having some drinks before dinner. Guests love to sit back and relax with family and friends next to the real log fire while taking in the views across Zermatt.
The penthouse is modern and is beautifully furnished and comes with a nice Mezzanine perfect for reading a book. The living area is open plan offer fantastic views and plenty of open space. There is a fully equipped kitchen perfect for our gourmet chef to prepare some delicious meals for you.
This fabulous Chalet is ideal for both ski lovers and non ski lovers. The chalet is in the perfect location, close to the slopes however the design of the house makes is ideal for non-skiers who would can sit down and relax while admiring the views of the Matterhorn or enjoy a day in the wellness area using the sauna, Jacuzzi and steam room.
The apartment is designed with modern décor and clean lines. Lara is extremely airy and full of light with spacious living area, large bedrooms and stylish bathrooms.
Chalet Lara comprises of 4 beautiful bedrooms and 3 bathrooms occupying the top of the building, with King or Twin beds. Two en-suite bathrooms with bath and separate shower with massage jets and rain shower. There is also a 3rd bathroom with shower which can be shared with bedroom 3 and 4.
• 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
• Matterhorn Views
• Cable TV with large LCD Screen
• DVD player
• Wireless Internet throughout
• Music system with i-pod docking stations
• Fireplace in all apartments
• Internal Lift
• Coffee machine
• Ski storage with heated boot racks
• Private south facing terrace or balcony
When you stay at Lara, you will have your own personal and experienced chef to prepare gourmet cuisine. Our chef is trained by Michelin star and will spoil you with delicious traditional alpine cuisine with an elegant twist, all accompanied by our carefully selected house wines.
Catered Rate Includes:
• Exclusive use of the apartment and its facilities
• Complimentary arrival pick up from the station / arrival point
• Concierge to oversee your stay
• Breakfast and afternoon tea served daily
• Dinner served 6 nights per week
• House wines and soft drinks
• Daily cleaning service
• Use of Wellness area between 4pm and 8pm daily - Sauna, Steam room, Jacuzzi, relaxation zone
The 4-star property, Haus Alpa is situated in the Wiestistrasse area and is conveniently less than 3 minute walk to the Sunnega lift with easy access to the town centre and Zermatt Railway Station which is just 10 minutes away.
Haus Alpa boasts an amazing wellness area for you to relax and unwind after a day on the slopes. The wellness area includes a sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, relaxation area, showers and changing rooms. For added convenience there is a Ski room with heated boots racks. The wellness area is complimentary for guests.
Privacy and location
• Located in the exclusive area of Wiestistrasse
• Open fields, trees and hills behind the property ~ can ski back to the apartments off-piste
• 8 minute walk to town centre
• 5 minute walk to Sunnegga lift station
• 3 minute walk to free bus stop
Zermatt is located in one of the highest resorts in the Alps ensuring the best possible ski conditions. Dominated by the Matterhorn and its surrounding scenery, it combines, great year round skiing (313km of ski pistes) with a beautiful car free village, incredible restaurants, lively Après ski and fantastic shopping.
As well as being famous for the Matterhorn, Zermatt boasts an incredible selection of mountain restaurants. The skiing is world class with four major interconnected areas including Sunnega/Rothorn, The Gornergrat, Klein Matterhorn and lastly due to its location on the Swiss/Italian border, Cervinia in Italy.
Zermatt is the only resort in the world where you can go Skiing and snowboarding the whole year round, with 365 days of snow. As the highest altitude, largest and most efficiently developed snow sport location in the Alps, Zermatt offers an absolute snow guarantee. In winter, 360 km of piste attracts skiers of all levels. Unlimited skiing and snowboarding between Switzerland and Italy – no other destination can offer this.
In the summer, you can enjoy the 20 km of pistes on the Zermatt Theodul Glacier. Carve and relax alongside national ski teams from all over the world with the Matterhorn always in sight.
Cross Country Skiing
The 15 km of cross-country skiing trails for classical skiers and skaters located between Täsch and Randa are becoming increasingly popular. There are many secrets to be discovered around the well prepared Loipe Matterhorn.
Hiking in Winter
Zermatt offers 70 km of winter walking paths, 20 km of them above the villages of Täsch and Randa. You will be able to enjoy the peace and quiet away from the pistes, on high altitude paths with marvelous views. Wander through snow-covered woods, or follow the traces of the ancient Wallisers, up to the Zmutt hamlet. Almost all winter walking paths have a gentle inclination, both up and down.
There are plenty of opportunities for Tobogganing in Zermatt. The downhill toboggan journey from Rotenboden lasts between five and ten minutes – and is great fun for all ages.
Snow Shoe Hiking
This is a mode of transport once used by our ancestors. While these were formerly made of wood, small branches and animal sinews, today's snowshoe hiking fans have a choice of high-tech materials. Guided hikes are a very special experience, and are also offered in Randa and Täsch. This is truly a spiritual experience for all ages.
The natural and artificial ice rinks in the centre of the village offer free fun on the ice from December to the end of February. This is where the youngest ice sport fans get together, to play at being an ice princess or to compete against each other at ice hockey.
You've never seen Zermatt like this before: In free flight, with a bird's eye view, flying with the wind. Paragliding fulfils the dream of flying. And you stay in the air for up to half an hour. Enjoy this wonderful experience and feel as free as a bird!
Fine dining on the slopes is guaranteed with world famous restaurants open throughout the season. There is no resort in the world that offers the same incredible gourmet experiences. There is something very special about enjoying a salad that was picked just moments before from the nearby by garden.
Glacier Paradise And The Gonergrat
The Gornergrat railway will take you to the top of the mountain for breathtaking views. At the top you can visit the Glacier Paradise, a glacier filled with beautiful ice carvings and benches adorned with thick sheep skin rugs
Cinema, Indoor Climbing, Matterhorn Museum, Tennis, Beauty and Wellness, Swimming, Guided Village Tours, Mountaineer Cemetry
Hiking in Summer
With more than 400 km of marked hiking and walking trails, Zermatt, Täsch and Randa offer a wide range of options to hiking fans. The mountain railways make it possible to effortlessly reach altitudes up to 3,000 metres above sea level. The areas in Täsch and Randa, with breathtaking views of the Weisshorn and the peaks of the Mischabel group, are recommended to those who like to walk up to higher altitudes. Or you can follow in the footsteps of Emile Zola, Eduard Whymper and Albert Schweizer to walk to Trift. And there are walking trails close to the villages for those who prefer shorter less strenuous walking.
Mountaineering and Climbing
The destination Zermatt Täsch Randa has its roots in alpine sport and mountaineering. 65 licensed mountain guides know all about the mountain world around the Matterhorn, with its 38 4,000-metre peaks.
Over gravel and stones, through larch and Swiss pine forests, on Single Trails – and all this with a magnificent mountain backdrop: With a total of 100 km with different difficulty levels, you will cover an average of 1,000 metres of altitude.