Bramble Ski launches new luxury chalets

Luxury chalet operator Bramble Ski is launching two new chalets for skiing incentives in Austria.

Chalet Tschöder in St Anton
Chalet Tschöder in St Anton

Chalet Weiss Spa will be Bramble Ski’s first property in the resort of Kitzbühel, Austria, while Chalet Tschöder grows the operator’s offering in St Anton to nine properties.

The chalets both sleep 14 people in seven bedrooms and between them boast numerous facilities including a spa, sauna, hammam, gym, cinema room, indoor pool, outdoor hot tub and more.

Bramble Ski has also introduced new services for this season including: dawn skiing, which sees guests out on the pistes before the lifts open to the public; Heidi style tea parties in Lodenfrey traditional Alpine dress; and treasure hunts.

When taken on a catered basis, Bramble Ski’s Alpine Luxe chalets come with a professional chef and a host who serves breakfast every day, afternoon tea upon guests’ return from skiing six days a week, champagne, canapés and dinner on six evenings a week.

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