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Swiss Chalet

The beautiful white slopes, fresh mountain air, and cozy cabin comforts… Starting from now, you won’t need to fly all the way to Switzerland for the authentic Swiss après ski experience, you can enjoy it right here in the heart of Beijing with a stay at the newly launched Hotel Éclat Swiss Chalet Suite.

Designed by celebrated interior designer Monique Mclintock, the uniquely appointed luxury suite is inspired by world-famous ski resort Gstaad, bringing the essence of the alps straight to Hotel Éclat. Drawing from traditional Swiss architecture and decorative styles, Monique combines sensory materials and nature references with a classic ski lodge design theme, creating an extraordinary immersive space for guests.

In the living area, distinctive wooden furniture and tree-shaped chandeliers are complimented by forest motif wallpaper that gives the feeling of being tucked away in a romantic Swiss chalet in the midst of the elements. Meanwhile, the warm lighting and wood-paneled walls of the bedroom provide a cozy intimacy, and the beautiful outdoor terrace is decorated with playful touches including Swiss cowbells and an Astroturf lawn by the pool.

As with all the distinctive Hotel Éclat suites, the luxury experience is more than just the unique design and spectacular space – the Swiss Chalet Suite offers guests their own private dedicated 24 hour butler service, complimentary breakfast, all-day refreshments, an in-room wine bar, and the highest standard of amenities including freshly brewed illy coffee, Riedel glassware and Miller Harris toiletries. Experience the spirit of Switzerland while enjoying all the luxuries your heart could desire.

Reserve your stay in the Swiss Chalet Suite for RMB 8,888. The first 30 guests to book will receive a special discount of 20%, and a special surprise gift from Switzerland, with love from Hotel Éclat. Contact us today to book.

Call us at +86 (0)10 8561 2888
reservations.bj@eclathotels.com

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