Chalet Mont Tremblant, Meribel (France): Standing out from the crowd isn't easy in the luxury chalet market but Mont Tremblant managed it and was voted Best Luxury Ski Chalet in France at the 2016 World Ski Awards.
Chalet Mont Tremblant, Meribel (France): The award-winning chalet features a heated outdoor infinity swimming pool and hot tub, plus a hammam and massage rooms to soothe tired limbs -- if you can tear yourself away from the chalet to ski.
Chalet Husky, Val d'Isere (France): Chalet Husky features a vast open-plan living space. Its bar and dining area is linked with a sofa-surrounded open fireplace by a glass walkway over an indoor atrium garden.
Chalet Husky, Val d'Isere (France): Long for more exercise after a day of skiing? This chalet provides other energy-consuming entertainments including a climbing wall, an archery facility and a rifle range.
Chalet Zermatt Peak, Zermatt (Switzerland): The entrance tunnel hewn into the rock is reminiscent of a Bond villain's lair. A floating walnut, steel and glass staircase and a lift access five more levels of Swiss swank.
Chalet Zermatt Peak, Zermatt (Switzerland): If jaws haven't already dropped at the floor-to-ceiling views of the Matterhorn from the Zermatt Peak's living area, they will at the walnut floors, marble and stone-clad walls and sumptuous furnishings of the interior.
Art Chalet, Courchevel (France): The flamboyant Art Chalet is an homage to art, contemporary design and bespoke fittings.
Art Chalet, Courchevel (France): In addition to the standard luxury trappings -- nightclub, casino, cinema, swimming pool, sauna, spa, gym, games room and children's playroom -- the seven-story chalet also comes with glass elevators, Japanese toilets, a piano and a private chauffeur.
Chalet Eagle's Nest, Val d'Isere (France): Sitting atop Val d'Isere, Eagle's Nest has been raising the bar for luxury ski chalets from the start.
Chalet Eagle's Nest, Val d'Isere (France): This Tarentaise treasure offered the first swimming pool in a private chalet in 2002. It's recently added a cantilevered deck with hot tub to its list of offerings.
Chalet Eden Rock, St Anton (Austria): The St Anton's chalet rocks a traditional exterior with a sleek and stylish interior. The 10-room chalet also houses a gym, swimming pool with jet stream, sauna and steam room.
Chalet Eden Rock, St Anton (Austria): The spacious wood and stone-clad space was designed by an award-winning architect.
Chalet N, Lech (Austria): It's easy to understand why the A list chooses Chalet N. Set on the car-free plateau of Oberlech, Chalet N takes over-the-top facilities up a notch by fitting the resort with bullet-proof glass.
Chalet N, Lech (Austria): This commanding castle blends traditional alpine styling with high-end interior design. It sleeps 18-22 guests.
Chalet Sirocco, Verbier (Switzerland): Voted World's Best New Ski Chalet in 2015, the Swiss chalet is crisp, cosy yet cavernous.
Chalet Sirocco, Verbier (Switzerland): Its wellness area is one of the most impressive highlights, featuring pool with waterfall, sauna, hammam and massage room.
Chalet Edelweiss, Courchevel (France): The 3,000-square-meter luxury space is favored by Russian oligarchs, sporting mega stars and industry magnates.
Chalet Edelweiss, Courchevel (France): The chalet's master suite has a private sitting room that occupies the entire top floor of the six-story chalet.