Factory directly supply CUESOUL Solid Wood 4CM Slate Billiard Game British snooker table, 12ft Snooker Table for Montpellier Importers
Solid Wood 5-pcs 40mm slate billiard Snook Table,, walnut color ,could be also customized to your requirement. Size: 385*205*85cm , 7ft,8ft also available. Solid hardwood center beam,high quality at competitive price, Common cloth: Domestic table cloth made in China With accessory kit set: 4pcs cues,1set ball,1pc triangle rack(Hardwood 9-Ball Rack) ,6pcs chalks,2pc brush,1pc table cover .
Factory directly supply CUESOUL Solid Wood 4CM Slate Billiard Game British snooker table, 12ft Snooker Table for Montpellier Importers Detail:
Solid Wood 5-pcs 40mm slate billiard Snook Table,, walnut color ,could be also customized to your requirement.
Size: 385*205*85cm , 7ft,8ft also available.
Solid hardwood center beam,high quality at competitive price,
Common cloth: Domestic table cloth made in China
With accessory kit set: 4pcs cues,1set ball,1pc triangle rack(Hardwood 9-Ball Rack) ,6pcs chalks,2pc brush,1pc table cover .
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me using that one stick thing to hit this one ball thing into some hole on the table behind my back.
please try not to be jealous of me skills.
The peak of luxury: A flying hot-tub, built-in sushi bars and bling galore – the luxury ski chalets you can rent for up to £400k a week!
In Zermatt ‘moon bathing’ in a hot tub on the roof is available at The Backstage
An opulent gold inlaid pool can be found in Chalet Marco Polo in Val d’Isere
Rock ’n’ Love chalet in Tignes offers a pool table converted from a Mini Cooper
Splash out in a levitating tub
The basics: The Backstage chalet in Swiss resort Zermatt comes with bespoke cowhide and leather sofas, a cinema and a sauna. Sleeps 11. Dinner on the staff’s day off is booked for you at the chalet’s owner’s Michelin-starred restaurant, After Seven. At his private table…
The thrill: It’s an experience the hosts call ‘moon bathing’ – at the touch of a button a Bond-style hot tub glides gently up a steel shaft from the lounge, through retractable glass panels to the roof, taking a weary skier to enjoy a steamy view of the Matterhorn.
The cost: £20,661 to £66,270 per week. (www.ski-boutique.co.uk)
A licence to thrill
The basics: The six bedrooms at Chalet Marco Polo in Val d’Isere, France, comfortably sleep ten adults and four children with pool table, gym, Turkish bath and hot tub.
The thrill: Aah, Mr Bond, we’ve been expecting you! Ernst Blofeld could soothe himself by stroking the shaggy sheepskin sofas in the lounge while 007 himself might appreciate the adjacent cocktail bar with roaring fire, lasers and smoke machine. As for Mr Goldfinger, even the pool is (left) is inlaid with flecks of gold.
The cost: £30,000 to £110,200 a week (www.consensiochalets.co.uk)
The basics: The private beauty spa at La Truffe Blanche, in Swiss resort Verbier, has nine treatment rooms, a 15m onyx indoor pool, a hammam, Finnish sauna, hair salon and gym. Sleeps 18 in a royal penthouse, six suites and two ‘superior’ rooms.
The thrill: The opulence is mindblowing: marble, teak and polished silver with Italian silk-lined corridors, Art Deco-style library, disco, sushi and vodka bar, games room and club room with cigar cabinet. In the 18th Century country kitchen guests can watch the chef preparing their seven-course gourmet meals.
The cost: £58,500 to £132,000 a week (www.firefly-collection).
Boogie on down at home
The basics: At 30,000sq ft, Edelweiss is the biggest and priciest chalet in France’s Three Valleys. Sleeps 16. Schuss from the front door straight on to Courchevel’s Bellecote piste.
The thrill: The apres-ski–chez nous. A whole floor is dedicated to a state-of-the-art nightclub and lounge bar, cinema suite, gym and billiard table. The one below has a giant swimming pool.
The cost: £67,400 to £294,770 per week (oxfordski.com)
Bulletproof – and a butler
The basics: This handsome, piste-side mansion looks down on the affluent Austrian resort of Lech, long a favourite of British Royalty. Exclusive use of the 11 suites (accommodating 22 guests including four children) at Chalet N in Oberlech is not cheap, so expect Swarovskis crystal-beaded shower curtains and Bulgari Kids toiletries
The thrill: An army of 26 fawning staff, including a butler, to cater for your every whim. A lift delivers skiers to the slopes or health club/spa. If gazing at the Arlberg Massif through the chalet’s bulletproof windows seems a trifle taxing, just rest your head on your pillow, helpfully monogrammed with your initials.
The cost: £177,826 to £415,000 a week (www.oxfordski.com)
Play pool on a mini cooper
The basics: Rock ’n’ Love chalet in Tignes Les Brevieres, France, has rock lyrics woven into carpets while the walls of the pool are emblazoned with an image of Jim Morrison. Kiss are in the lounge and Dylan is in the gym. Sleeps 14.
The thrill: There’s a games room with a pool table converted from a Mini Cooper, a Wurlitzer jukebox – and a range of musical instruments, to play, complete with a Marshall amp.
The cost: £9,500 to £30,500 a week (ultimateluxurychalets.com)
One cinema? It’s got three!
The Basics: Zermatt Peak sleeps 13 over six floors. Five-course dinners are prepared by a Michelin starred chef. Footballer Thierry Henry described the Swiss chalet as: ‘the best I have ever stayed in’.
The USP: The chalet has three cinemas and ‘wellness area’ with Jacuzzi, saunas, steam room and masseurs. Guests arrive through a private tunnel carved in the rock face and take a lift, which opens into a room with jaw-dropping views of the Matterhorn.
The cost: £46,750 to £144,000 per week. (www.firefly-collection.com)
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By Diego 2016-9-28 13:17
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By Nicole 2016-9-17 17:57