Chalet Himalaya

Val d'Isere, Espace Killy, France
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  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • 0 meter from the slopes
  • Change over day Sunday
  • Catered
  • WiFi Internet
  • Log fire
  • Ski in
  • Ski out
  • Sauna
  • Jacuzzi / hot tub
  • Free parking

  • 300 km of ski-slopes
  • Highest elevation: 3450 m
  • Ideal for beginners
  • Ideal for advanced skiers

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Week From Sunday To Sunday Status price (catered)  

Additional price info

Our prices and availability here at are indicative. Changeover days may vary. Please contact us for details.


Chalet Himalaya (for 8 pax ) and Chalet Toit du Monde (for 8 pax) are magnificent chalets created after extensive and expensive conversion of a 1682 monastery, itself a rare and important historic building in the Alps.

The two chalets can be optionally separate as they are, or connected to be Domaine Toit du Monde (for 16 pax) with a total internal space of 600 sq. metres.

LOCATION : Unquestionably the best place to be for skiers and centrally located in the heart of the most famous ski area in the region (Domaine Espace Killy). The Chalets benefit from the winter morning sun, allowing safe and easy skiing from and to the chalets. Shoppers are pampered by a choice of chauffeured transport or by a personal walking guide for the river-side forest route to and from shops.

SKI IN / SKI OUT: The chalets are ‘on the piste’ in the exclusive hamlet known as Les Etroits ; with unique ski-in ski-out facility.

Discreet, luxurious, exclusive and appreciated by the most discerning of clients since 2008.


The Living Rooms : A sumptious fur-filled living area around a blazing fire for guests to relax with champagne, traditional mulled wine or any number of cocktails from the classic to the exotic. Both living rooms feature Home Cinema systems and giant HD screens, with SKY HD access.

The Cigar Room: Each glass and marble custom-designed cigar room complete with humidifier, extractor, and soft leather soafs, invites guests to savour cigars and brandy in intimate comfort.

Sauna and Hammam : Each chalet features a sauna made with authentic imported Siberian pine, Saunas are prepared daily for guest use after a day of skiing. Every bedroom has its own hammam.

Swimming: A ‘James Bond’ feature, the hidden red marble pools with sophisticated underwater lighting are revealed by a secret moving floor device. Poold depth can be adjusted to suit guest’s requirements (ideal for children). Water temperature is maintained at 33 degrees Centigrade.

Swim-in/Swim-Out : The only chalets to offer ‘swimming under the stars’ also offer a wave machine, and jacuzzi facility in the outdoor section of each pool. Partly indoors and partly outdoors. Pools are avaialble for use at any time indoors, and outdoors only up to 1 am.

Ski Room : The ski-rooms of both chalets open directly to the outdoors and are furnished with an eclectic mix of antique furniture and practical heated boot-warmers, suncream and refreshments.

Spa Facilities: Each Chalet has its own spa therapy room equipped for a range of body, facial and beauty treatments. On request, some treatments can be performed in the guest bedrooms. Additionally, every guest bedroom boasts its own hammam, a hand-crafted marble pool-bath, and a rain-shower.

Inclusive Services (English speaking):

-Breakfast (7 days), High Tea (7 days), Champagne and Canapes (6 evenings), Dinner (6 evenings)
-Daily Housekeeping with Mid-week Full Linen Change
-Chauffeured 4x4 vehicle for unlimited daily use by each chalet between 0800 to 0100 of the following day.
-Dedicated Chef and Dedicated Butler for each Chalet. General Shared Services for Housekeeping, Transportation, Spa Therapy, Customer Relations and 24–hour On-site Duty Officer 24–hour On-site Duty Officer.

The Suites of Chalet Himalaya:

Suite Castenz:
Named after the Castenz Pyramid in Indonesia (which is the highest summit in Australia/Oceania) this suite is decorated in rich tones of green and gold, with a touch of Islamic culture.

Suite Kosciusko:
Sunny hues reflecting the colours of Australia mix with earthy cast iron and aboriginal craftwork in Suite Koscisuko. Mount Kosciusko standing at 2, 228 metres above sea-level is in fact less than half as high as the Castenz Pyramid, but vies favourably with Castenz in the official list of Seven Summits as Australia is indisputably a continent, whereas Oceania is strictly speaking not one.

Grand Suite Everest:
Highest of all the Seven Summits is Mount Everest in Asia. In this Grand Suite, on display are hand-woven ethnic tapestries and specially commissioned mandalas. The result is an exotic explosion of colours, which pays homage to Tibetan culture.

Grand Suite Denali:
Denali, also known as Mount McKinley, is in Alaska, where night sky viewing under the Northern Lights is a compelling and unforgettable experience. This Grand Suite draws inspiration from the stark breathtaking beauty of the dramatic Alaska night sky and landscape.