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Chalet Karakorama

Chalet Karakorama is an elegant lodge located in Courchevel 1850, in the French Alps.

The structure sits beside the Cospillot piste and ski lift, providing its guests with direct access to the slopes.

Chalet Karakorama:

“Pack your most elegant designer threads for a stay at the divine Chalet Karakoram – one of the finest luxury ski chalets in Courchevel 1850. If you seek unfettered luxury, contemporary chic and all-encompassing service, look no further. Chalet Karakoram is an independent chalet with its own team of staff, under the auspices of the super-stylish K2 hotel.

It’s a ski chalet alright, but not as we know it. You won’t find traditional rustic alpine style here. Chalet Karakoram is all sleek lines, neutral tones and acres of pale wood. The 500sq m (5,380sq ft) of space, extending over four floors, is brimming with modern technology. Everything from the home cinema screen in the living room to the PS3 and the stylish elevator has been conceived with your comfort in mind.

One of the most attractive aspects of Chalet Karakoram is the superlative level of service. You have seclusion and privacy in your own private chalet, with your own private chef and butler, plus daily housekeeping and all the services of the K2 hotel such as concierges, drivers and therapists.

Just relax in the gorgeous jetstream swimming pool that would put any health club to shame, trying to think up new and challenging requests for your staff. How about a beauty treatment? A helicopter ride? A midnight snack? Hmmm… what about hosting a cool party with a great DJ? It shouldn’t be too much trouble at Chalet Karakoram.

Oh, and don’t forget that you have a private chef who can create delicious treats. At the end of the night you can retreat to the stunning master suite at the top of the chalet for a romantic glass of Champagne, taking in the spectacular views. It’s good to know that in the morning you can beat the queues, skiing straight out onto the slopes of Courchevel and Les Troi.”

Photos courtesy of Firefly Collection

About Jessica Mejias

Jessica is a resident of Madrid, where she often can be found stalking the halls of the Prado Museum, hoping to catch a glimpse of Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights. An Art History graduate, she enjoys admiring art and architecture, reading, and keeping young by playing video games.

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