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Spending a week in this chalet will cost you €300.000 – Find out why!

A luxurious holiday is one of the first things on every lotto winner’s wish list, and most of them choose to spend theirs in a high-class hotel by the seaside. If you’re looking for a little bit different experience in a winter ambient, Chalet N in Oberlech (Austria) is just a perfect place worthy of a jackpot winner. You could become one in the next Powerball drawing – play now to scoop a stupefying $400.000.000 prize!

Spending a week in one of the most impressive properties on the ski chalet rental market comes with a fitting price tag – €297.000 on the average, but the fee has been known to go up to €390.000. Prices are based on exclusive use of the chalet, which provides accommodation for up to 18 adults and 4 children, making it an ideal winter oasis for a whole family.

Chalet in AustriaChalet N features a total of 10 suites, each with its own walk-in wardrobe, a stylish bathroom adorned with full size Hermés shower and bath products and a private balcony with breathtaking views on the most stunning corner of the Alps. The view within the chalet is equally fascinating – each suite combines the authentic alpine architecture and carefully harmonized interior design details with high-tech features – from 3D-TVs with countless channels in every room to a home cinema system. 

Chalet in AustriaWhen it comes to experiencing Chalet N’s true charm, possibilities are endless – after skiing, for a whole day, you can relax in the spa and wellness area or the modern fitness room, the billiard room or the library, the indoor pool or the sauna. The chalet staff, including the team of chefs and the butler service, is there to ensure your visit is as phenomenal as the official website promises:

“Here you will discover the power of peace amid glorious nature and enjoy culinary delights of the finest quality. Here you will lose and find yourself again. And here your most valuable asset – your time – will be filled with sweet memories that will last for many years. Maybe even forever.”

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