We operate in some of Europe's most sought-after destinations, with properties across Switzerland, France and Austria. Each of these coutries have their own unique feel and defining factors, from Switzerland's chocolate-box charm to Austria's warm hospitaliy to the expansive ski areas of France. Currently, we have over 100 chalets in our portfolio spanning Verbier, Zermatt, Lech, St Anton, Méribel and Val d'Isère. Read on to learn more about what it's like to live and work in each of these beautiful ski resorts.
Verbier is the jewel in the crown of the world-renowned Four Valleys ski area in south-west Switzerland, famous for its extensive and varied piste network and as an off-piste mecca. Also famed for its après ski in places like Le Farinet, its world-class restaurants and its vibrant nightlife, there is never a dull moment here - and besides the up-market haunts, you'll find a lively community and non-stop fun events. Verbier has a truly authentic seasonnaire feel to it.Find out More
Zermatt village, resting at 1,620m above sea level, is widely recognised as one of the most beautiful resorts in the world. Being car-free, you’ll arrive drinking in the fresh alpine air and marvelling at the iconic peak of the Matterhorn - a beacon which attracts every level of winter sports enthusiast. Known for it's fantastic culinary scene, it boasts a wide range of bars and restaurants like Papperla and Hotel Post. Don’t believe people if they say Zermatt is cold and dark, it’s residents and workers help to create and warm and vibrant atmosphere all season!Find out More
As soon as you arrive to Val d’Isère during the winter you are welcomed to a snowy wonderland, with foot upon foot of fluffy powder blanketing the pretty town on a regular basis. This is one of Europe’s most snow-sure destinations, with over 60% of the pistes above 2,200m. Famous for its lively après, you’ll find the notorious Folie Douce at the top of the mountain, Cocorico at the bottom and a real buzz in the town with live music events dotted around amongst the well-loved bars. This popular resort attracts visitors from around the globe, and you’ll be sure to meet plenty of like-minded people.Find out More
Méribel lies in the heart of the world famous Les 3 Vallées, the largest ski area in the world, boasting a huge network of lifts, pistes, and exclusive accommodation. The village itself is charming and a little more laid-back than some of its neighbours - whilst still offering an impressive array of bars and restaurants like Le Rond Point, embodying everything great about a winter chalet destination both for guests and staff. On snowier days, the Olympic Park has a huge pool, climbing walls and an ice rink, so you’ll never run out of things to try here!Find out More
One of the most glamorous resorts in Europe, Lech is bursting with chocolate-box charm - on top of boasting the highest average snowfall of all major resorts in the Alps! It’s world-renowned lift system, amazing hospitality and a long tradition of skiing make Lech a very well-established resort that sets the standard. Although it’s fair to say Lech shies away from the raucous après scene of its neighbour St. Anton, those that want to sample it can easily reach St. Anton by piste or a taxi ride. That said, don’t be fooled that “Lechers” don't know how to party - just don’t give their secrets away when you spot the world’s best DJs playing in the bars and clubs from time to time!Find out More
St. Anton is both stunningly picturesque and traditionally alpine – exuding personality, charm, and charisma. The Arlberg ski area provides 340km of fantastically varied pistes, as well as numerous patrolled off-piste itineraries, and some of the best off-piste skiing in the world. As much for the powder snow, St. Anton is renowned for its après scene, with the legendary Mooserwirt and Krazy Kanguruh awaiting you on your days off. Meanwhile, state of the art indoor sports centre arl.park offers a combination of indoor and outdoor climbing routes, a bowling alley, and indoor tennis, table tennis and squash courts.Find out More