For the ancient Greeks, the Eagle was a divine bird, messenger of Zeus and herald of victory. The Eagle of Zeus, son of Typhon and Echidna, lands every day near a rock where Prometheus is chained, punished for having given fire to humanity, in order to eat his liver, until Hercules frees him. From Alexander the Great to the Romans and modern republics, the Eagle has become an imperial emblem.
Here the word exception takes all its meaning.
Proudly dominating the valley, L’Aigle chalet places you in a unique and lofty tête-à-tête with Mont Blanc.
The various living areas flow seamlessly and are flooded with light at all times of the day They are arranged around a central open volume, with an eat-in kitchen and adjacent lounge, adorned with a fireplace. To either side, the ceiling opens upwards to the wooden beams, creating an impression of living in skylight.
Spread over three levels, the chalet offers two separate sleeping quarters. On the garden level, there are four double rooms each with their own bathroom. On the top floor, a superb 60 m² master suite offers serenity and panoramic mountain views from an intimate balcony.
L’Aigle will fulfil your need for renewal. So much more than just a cosy nest, this is a world apart.