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The Original Sami Lamaa

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The Original Sami Lamaa

ARCHITECTURE

SET IN STONE

An abandoned gondola station and attached restaurant have been transformed into the breathtaking hotel Chetzeron. Covered with natural local stone, the building’s exterior at once blends in with its environment and is a striking juxtaposition to its luxuriously cozy interiors. Generous windows let the nature flow in.

INTERIOR DESIGN

ACTESCOLLECTIFS ARCHITECTS

By showcasing this former gondola station’s large concrete porticos and original stones walls, this new hotel is awash in old-world charm. The public spaces, such as the popular après-ski bar and restaurant next to the lobby, feature cozy furniture and special lighting to create comfy nooks.

The windows of the 16 rooms and suites frame spectacular views of the majestic mountains. The luxe interiors contrast rough materials like stone against plush bedding and furniture, resulting in alpine interiors far from traditional but very much in keeping with the surroundings.

INTERIOR DESIGN
ACTESCOLLECTIFS ARCHITECTS

By showcasing this former gondola station’s large concrete porticos and original stones walls, this new hotel is awash in old-world charm. The public spaces, such as the popular après-ski bar and restaurant next to the lobby, feature cozy furniture and special lighting to create comfy nooks.

 
 

The windows of the 16 rooms and suites frame spectacular views of the majestic mountains. The luxe interiors contrast rough materials like stone against plush bedding and furniture, resulting in alpine interiors far from traditional but very much in keeping with the surroundings.

INTERIOR DESIGN
ACTESCOLLECTIFS ARCHITECTS

By showcasing this former gondola station’s large concrete porticos and original stones walls, this new hotel is awash in old-world charm. The public spaces, such as the popular après-ski bar and restaurant next to the lobby, feature cozy furniture and special lighting to create comfy nooks.

The windows of the 16 rooms and suites frame spectacular views of the majestic mountains. The luxe interiors contrast rough materials like stone against plush bedding and furniture, resulting in alpine interiors far from traditional but very much in keeping with the surroundings.

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