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    Heinz Julen Loft

    Massive 300-metre Manhattan loft-style set in a wooden chalet, the Heinz Julen Loft is without a doubt the most beautiful property in Zermatt. It blends acres of glass, steel, textured concrete, and wood in a complex symphony of fusion architecture created by local star artist Heinz Julen. The Loft was the private residence of Heinz, where he held a variety of rock-star events. Both floors of the Loft are served by a private elevator. The main loft living area has a suspended and lit table, which can be lifted and lowered from the coffee table to the dining table and up to the ceiling, providing a large party room. You can play a baby grand Steinway piano in one corner, and in another, you can sink into a large couch and look at the spectacular view of the village and the crackling fireplace on the glass wall at the same time. Around you: two chairs, a jack-in-the-box armchair, a wall of sculpture, and a signature Heinz Julen chandelier. In reality, all the furniture you're looking for in the Loft. Quite airy in feel, thanks to the heavy use of glass, the Loft has a unique bird's-eye view of the village and the Mischabel mountains. The sense of freedom, light and closeness to nature that the Loft offers is unparalleled: there are no boundaries between nature outside and home space inside-everything is open and accessible. On the two sides overlooking the village, the walls consist of floor-to-ceiling glass, with French windows 6 metres high leading to a wide terrace. (There is a white electrical outer curtain that can wind itself around all that glass if needed). The ceiling is supported by seven columns, and the glass walls have a fireplace and three alcoves. A metal staircase leads to the mezzanine, which has another chill-out sofa with a TV; a free-standing Jacuzzi bath, a comfortable dining alcove, a galley kitchen (with cupboard handles made of bent soup spoons), a cantilevered bar and a guest bathroom. When you step on this floor, you will find that the floating feeling it produces is due to the fact that it is made entirely of opaque glass with a faint inset glow. The price is focused on the exclusive use of the property for 6 visitors, including full gourmet catering and an open bar. Often available on a bed-and-breakfast basis or on a self-catering basis, please inquire for more information. The Loft can also be rented with the Heinz Julen penthouse above, for larger group.


    BD1: twin/double bedroom with en-suite bathroom BD2: twin/double bedroom with en-suite bathroom BD3: twin/double bedroom with en-suite bathroom


    Seven nights’ accommodation with exclusive use of the chalet and its facilities Dedicated service from the chalet staff (Chalet Manager, Host, Chef, Housekeepers) with pre-arrival menu consultation Concierge service Half-board for 6 days a week A full-cooked breakfast and afternoon tea with cake Aperitif with Champagne and canapés on your arrival day Gourmet dinners and children's menus, if required Selection of complimentary wines with dinner Open bar All linen, towels, utilities and firewood Daily cleaning and end of stay cleaning Linen change in the middle of the week Robes, slippers and toiletries Lift pass delivery by your concierge Complimentary arrival/departure pick-up service from Zermatt Railway Station Additional services are on extra charge (childcare, ski instruction, ski guiding, ski passes, lunch at the chalet....)


    Concierge service Robes, slippers and toiletries Ski and boot fitting service in your chalet Lift pass delivery by your concierge All prices and availability are to be confirmed at time of booking.

    LOCATION of Heinz Julen Loft

    3 min walk to the center of Zermatt village 5 min walk to the ski lift 77 km to Sion Airport 230 km to Geneva Airport 250 km to Zürich Airport