Translation of chalet in Spanish:


chalet, n.

Pronunciation /ʃæˈleɪ//ˈʃaleɪ/


  • 1

    (de montaña) chalet masculine
    • As well as enjoying the views from his home, Aitken runs the estate as a business, renting out holiday chalets in and around the loch and charging fishermen £25 a day to catch trout.
    • Guests stay in 26 hotel-style rooms in lodges near the main building or in three-bedroom chalets.
    • The National Park committee rejected plans to build six chalets behind and five chalets in front of the Buck Inn, Buckden.
    • We poked around in abandoned wooden chalets and our guide told us of the time when laundry was done only twice a year, and bread would be baked on an annual basis and eaten after being dipped in hot soup or water before being consumed!
    • I just have to look out of the window at the sun, snow, wooden chalets and mountains.
    • Later on we converted the attic, and my father built a three-bedroom chalet, which became his den.
    • Although the predominant style is the traditional log cabin, other styles range from Swiss chalets to upscale modern wooden condominiums.
    • Witness for the rugby club, Mr Brian Nolan, who lives in a wooden chalet adjacent to the clubhouse, said he had no problem with the noise levels.
    • It's about 50 miles south of Whitehorse on the Alaska Highway and consists of a constellation of chalets surrounding the main lodge, where the meals are served.
    • The Alphonse hotel complex is a recently-built collection of ‘A’ frame chalets on short stilts.
    • Outside champagne bottles edged flower beds, and rabbits roamed round hutches which looked more like Swiss chalets.
    • There are self-contained cabins and chalets and a lodge with a shared kitchen and lounge with a log fire.
    • More than 12 000 hectares of soft rolling hills teeming with bird and wildlife. Accommodation ranges from self-catering chalets to en-suite lodge rooms and rustic bush camps.
    • The wooden interior of the chalet glows invitingly in the soft candlelight.
    • The wooden chalets reminded us of the houses in Himachali villages with the upper floors projecting beyond the ground-level ones.
    • Conservationists and villagers are opposing a scheme to build holiday chalets at a North Yorkshire trout fishery, because they fear it could become a ‘monster’ tourist attraction.
    • Suddenly the wind hit, overtaking the chalet, shaking the wooden balcony out front, and swirling inside, filling the room.
    • Then, end the day at a downtown hotel in one of our world-class cities or tucked away in a chateau, chalet, or a cosy seaside inn!
    • The timber chalets are sold with a seven-year guarantee covering workmanship and materials.
    • There are also chalets on the lakeside site at Lochend Chalets, a holiday rental company run by his brother and sister.
    • The accommodation is currently limited, but there is a luxury lodge, and a few self-catering chalets and campsites.
    • Mr Rogers was staying in a beach chalet when the water from the wave rushed in.
    • Our first ‘camp’ was Eagle Island, which boasts 12 luxury canvas chalets, complete with air-conditioning and decked verandas with wicker chairs and hammocks.
    • Outside, it looks like a Swiss chalet standing in five acres of its own grounds.
    • The park has a total of 20 self-catering chalets and 88 campsites.
    • We stayed at a place that has been recently re-opened called the Kingfisher Lodge, which is a very small lodge with only 4 chalets, around a pleasant swimming pool and in pretty grounds with a variety of trees and birds.
    • The property also has 30 wooden chalets - comfortable but not luxurious.
    • Four and six-bedroom chalets cost between $85 and $120 a unit per night.
    • But that requires blasting through the forest, barely noticing the isolated clusters of wooden chalets and deserted outbuildings used for summer grazing.
    • Western provinces have wooden chalets with steep, pointed roofs, like those in Switzerland, whereas the eastern Danubian houses exhibit more of a Slavic influence, with simple design and stucco plastering.
    • Lake District planners have ordered the removal of a holiday chalet which was built without planning permission near Ambleside.
    • There are more than 200 rooms and suites, and several luxury lodges, chalets and cottages.
    • Today, the Cal Neva has been restored and redeveloped as a complete resort featuring lake view rooms, cabins, and chalets.
    • There are four exclusive Camps and a Safari Lodge, featuring suites and luxury chalets.
    • Even more incongruous was coming across a town of steeply gabled Swiss chalets nestled in a sea of pine trees in the hills outside Fez.
    • We're immediately delighted - it may have a flashy strip of gear shops and pizzerias, but there are also flower-decked Swiss chalets and a working cow barn in every side road, with authentic early-morning lowing.
    • Furthermore, by offering themed restaurants, villa style chalets, water sports and outdoor cycling tracks, Center Parcs has successfully blurred the distinction between leisure and tourism.
    • He lives in relative seclusion in his enormous Swiss chalet, protected by servants and a devoted wife.
    • Building new holiday chalets at a beauty spot would mean fewer cottages in the area being bought as second homes, it is claimed.
    • Geraldine rightly said most of the public rooms, combined with the furnishing, looked like a Swiss chalet.
  • 2British

    (in motel)
    bungalow masculine