Something a little different. Not a hotel, not a traditional B&B in an owner's home, but a bed-and-breakfast hotel in an authentic Swiss chalet with above-average facilities, run by Sophie and Philippe Zurkirchen. Guests keep coming back for the combination of individuality and thoughtful touches, such as free afternoon tea in winter, with a generous selection of cakes.
On the main street of Champery, an unspoiled mountain village in the Portes du Soleil skiing area (which links 12 resorts), the views from all the balconies are terrific: the big feature is the Dents du Midi range.
  Inside, Sophie's interior design talent is obvious. Each of the bedrooms is different with the expected pine furniture, mostly white walls and cosy, appropriately rural fabrics and imaginatively placed graphics and murals, again the work of Sophie. The overall feel is a nice blend of contemporary and traditional charm. It's a successful renovation of an old building, but perhaps some of the bathrooms are smallish, though the bedrooms themselves are roomy enough.
  The cable car is 400 m from the front door. Champery is a summer and winter resort.

In 2013 Beau-Sejour won first place (joint with 3 others) in a list of the 100 most welcoming hotels in Switzerland.