The chalet sits high on the hilltop, gazing down on its subjects below and rewarding with both privacy and magical views across the lake beneath and further up the valley to the mountaintops and all their snow-filled promise. This chalet is a temple to modern design and lets face it, to boy’s toys. Designed by owner and French World Freeride champion (turned rally driver) Guerlain Chicherit, his passion for sport has clearly influenced the design of this super charged chalet, a temple to toys and palace of play – but for the whole family.
At every turn you are blown away by surprise objets d’art in this Aladin’s cave. The old gondola car in the garden – you won’t forget sitting here with a glass of port and a cigar, what a unique way to round off an evening! Where else will you find a motorbike ‘featured’ on a pedestal as an indoor sculpture? A necklace made from Guerlain’s crashed and burned out rally car adorns the neck of a huge red penguin. Obviously.
The actual toys keep all the family occupied from sunrise to sunset – it’s a struggle to find the time to ski! Topping the list of toys are a pool table, table tennis, and table football, each doubling up as a design piece in their own right, this property whistles to its own stylish tune. Quezac is not just for the boys and the kids though; a large Jacuzzi sits outside facing the mountains for some indulgent relaxation. With it’s own inbuilt TV and speakers. In one of the en-suites there is even a glass bath to wallow in, one of only 2 in the world.
This would be a lot of fun as a grown-up party pad, but the brightly coloured bedrooms suites with their 3d TV’s, and the slick modern sheen to the interiors has your children grinning from ear to ear. You nearly miss the hidden children’s playroom leading off the stairway. A room ‘just’ for children with a pint-sized entrance! The sheer scale of this chalet is awe inspiring, the cavernous kitchen space could host a party of several hundred with its vast bespoke dining table and the lounge area, complete with yet another 3D TV.
Your favourite part of the chalet? Easily the vast heated terrace with its luxurious furniture perfect for lounging and experiencing the Alps al fresco, despite it being winter. A built in epic sound system and mood lighting (a disco in the hands of the children!), and a bar that really lit up the evenings. Your incredible private chef even surprised you with a winter barbeque on the terrace one evening! You feel like a rock star, partying Ibiza style over looking the beautiful, traditional village of Tignes Les Brevières. Somehow strangely out of place, but at the same time totally perfect.
Days are spent racing around the extensive skiing of the Espace Killy, when you can drag yourself away from Quezac! Your favourite part of the day is the home run back into Tignes les Brevières; the formidable ‘La Sache’, a challenging black which you can’t help thinking inspired Guerlain’s choice of location for his first chalet project. For those that relish the challenge a little less the kinder red alternative is popular, and the chalet chauffeur happily collects stragglers from Tignes Val Claret or les Lacs when an alternative après venue is mooted.
When all is said and done, a sojourn at Chalet Quezac is far more than your average luxury ski holiday; the danger is, after you’ve experienced this, how on earth will you top it next year?
Bedroom 1 - Lagoon - master double with dressing room & open plan bathroom with unique glass bath & walk-in shower
Bedroom 2 - Volcano - 2nd master twin/double with office area & en-suite bathroom with bath & shower
Bedroom 3 - Belagio - double (king) with en-suite shower room
Bedroom 4 - Lilac - twin/double with office area & en-suite shower room
Bedroom 5 - Pistachio - twin/double with office area & en-suite shower room
Bedroom 6 - Raspberry - twin/double with office area & en-suite shower room
Bedroom 7 - Children's bunk room (2 sets - sleeps 4) with en-suite shower room
Please note: When bedrooms are made up as twins, there is limited space between the beds
“Owned by renowned French Freeskier and rally driver Guerlain Chicherit, the chalet is accented with unique sculptures and artworks, such as a giant red penguin adorned with a necklace created from one of Guerlain’s own crashed rally cars. This modern open plan chalet spares no expense in its facilities or furnishings, and luxury is paramount. An ultimate bachelor pad, the focal point of the chalet is its sleek billiard table that transforms easily into a Ping Pong table. It also has a helipad, 3D TVs in every bedroom, and a rare glass bath tub.”
“Modern and funky interiors, indulgent service and exceptional skiing combine to make this new chalet a fun and luxurious choice. Located on the outskirts of Tignes Les Brevieres, on the edge of the renowned Espace Killy, your chauffeur can bridge the gap between the chalet and slopes. But with all the amenities inside the chalet, you may not want to venture outside. Enjoy a private gym, games room, striking modern artwork, bar, wine cellar, numerous TVs, terrace, balconies and outdoor hot tub. Owned by renowned French rally driver Guerlain Chicherit, Chalet Quezac sleeps up to 16 guests.”
Nominee for France's Best Ski Chalet 2016
Nominee for France's Best Ski Chalet 2017
Nominee for France's Best Ski Chalet 2018
Nominee for France's Best Ski Chalet 2020
Nominee for France's Best Ski Chalet 2021
Piste 3 min chauffeured drive
Ski Lifts 3 min chauffeured drive
Resort Centre 2 min chauffeured drive
Chambery (CMF): 2h 15m / 140km
Grenoble (GNB): 2h 30m / 160km
Geneva (GVA): 3h / 220km
Lyon (LYS): 3h / 220km
No need to rush out of bed - breakfast is laid on. A healthy array of fresh fruit juices, a selection of warming teas and coffee - yoghurts, crispy cereals, juicy fruit and a mouth-watering display of delicious fresh breads & delicate pastries. Your chef will also prepare a daily cooked hot option for you - how do you like your eggs? So much choice that you might miss the first ski lift if you're not careful. On the chef's day-off, a continental breakfast is served.
Come back after a wonderful day on the mountain to the warmth and comfort of your chalet. Snuggle up on the comfy sofa in front of a crackling fire, with a steaming cup of tea and a generous serving of cake – this is how all afternoons should be. Your chef will prepare a fresh from the oven, sweet treat for your return, so whether your preference is for a hearty sticky Apple and Ginger cake or a delicate Mille-feuille aux framboise is more your thing, there will be something tempting waiting for you. Personally I don’t think you can beat a slice of crispy baguette with lashings of butter and dollops of apricot jam or nutella - but maybe that ‘s just me - the perfect comfort food.
When staying in a catered chalet every night feels like a special occasion, and why shouldn't it, you're on an amazing holiday and it's so good to be alive. You’re dressed and ready for a glass of something chilled with friends and family, ready to regale them with tales of your mountain adventures that may get a little exaggerated for dramatic effect with each rendition. Enjoy the delicious canapés and amuse-bouche freshly prepared by your star in the kitchen.
Take a seat at your own private table - it's time for the main event – a delicious feast, masterfully crafted by your talented chef. With an emphasis on using hand-selected, fresh, local and seasonal ingredients you will be served a melt in your mouth three course dinner that wouldn't look out of place in a Michelin starred restaurant. Dinner is complimented by a tangy platter of divine local cheeses. Menus can be tailored to suit your tastes and your chef will be happy to prepare everything from a simple supper to fine dining delights. Carefully selected house wines accompany the meal and dinner is served on six nights, leaving one night to explore the extraordinary restaurants of Tignes.
There is a champagne reception on the day of your arrival and the chalet offers a complimentary selection of house wines, spirits & soft drinks.
The chalet is happy to cater for specific dietary requirements, and will serve an earlier high tea for children. You can talk to your SkiBoutique PA about any specific requests from dietary requirements such as gluten free diets to birthday cakes and favourite dishes. We will do our very best to ensure that your wishes are granted and delivered in resort.
Winter 2021/2022 - THIS SEASON
|Arrival Date||Weekly Rate||Status|
|December 2021||04 Dec 2021||EURO 33,578||Unavailable|
|11 Dec 2021||EURO 31,570||Unavailable|
|18 Dec 2021||EURO 46,522|
|25 Dec 2021||EURO 63,140||Unavailable|
|January 2022||01 Jan 2022||EURO 36,022|
|08 Jan 2022||EURO 31,570|
|15 Jan 2022||EURO 31,570|
|22 Jan 2022||EURO 31,570|
|29 Jan 2022||EURO 33,579|
|February 2022||05 Feb 2022||EURO 33,579||Unavailable|
|12 Feb 2022||EURO 63,140|
|19 Feb 2022||EURO 52,535|
|26 Feb 2022||EURO 41,909|
|March 2022||05 Mar 2022||EURO 33,579|
|12 Mar 2022||EURO 33,579|
|19 Mar 2022||EURO 36,022|
|26 Mar 2022||EURO 38,682|
|April 2022||02 Apr 2022||EURO 38,682|
|09 Apr 2022||EURO 36,022|
|16 Apr 2022||EURO 31,000||Unavailable|
|23 Apr 2022||EURO 31,000||Unavailable|
Prices above are based on Saturday to Saturday but other arrival dates are possible although price may vary
Local tax is payable in resort - Does not apply to children under 18