- n. Plural form of chalet.
“The chalets are the only self-catering accommodation, which we allow, dogs in at an extra £2.50 per night.”
“They have shelled out big time for prominently placed trade "chalets" large enough to host daily press briefings, are sending large delegations to Paris, and have bulked up their online presence for the show as well, with graphic heavy Paris 2009 websites, detailed press packets and injunctions to follow them on twitter and RSS.”
“If golf's attendance keeps plummeting, are we too far away from corporate "chalets" featuring similar fans?”
“It is old enough, ugly enough and it is as good an example of '60s architecture as any of the board and batt "chalets" or the Lincoln Log cabins that are given a great deal of attention.”
“Many local casinos buy sponsorship packages and hand out special box seats their best customers, said Ashley Brune, a spokeswoman for Atlantis Casino Resort Spa, which has chalets set up at the event and is a sponsor.”
“The Bollinger tent was packed with people buying bottles at £65 a pop—£110 for the really good stuff—and the corporate hospitality chalets were sold out.”
“More British Open News Here The price per person, which includes breakfast, lunch, tea and a bar all day, was between £425 and £530, while chalets for 50 guests cost £22,000.”
“Earlier this year, festival organiser ATP announced the end of its spring shows at Butlins – sad news for people who like their cult bands to come with waterslides and chalets.”
“I know people who work in Vail, Colorado who - especially since a much ballyhooed "billion dollar facelift" in that resort valley -- now have to commute 45 minutes because million-dollar ski chalets have moved the housing market far beyond their reach.”
“Then there's the market for ski properties, including chalets and ski apartments in places like Switzerland.”
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