Mountain Lunch: La Marmotte
Après Ski: Pub Mont Fort
Dinner: Au Vieux
Non-skiers: sports center and spa
Best Off-piste: Col de Mines
Best Ski Run: Mont Gelé – La Chaux
Ski Elevation: 1500m – 3330m
31% Blue runs
48% Red runs
21% Black runs
45m / 55km
2h 15m / 170km
2h / 185km
Laid back and effortlessly cool, this trendy winter playground will give you access to the largest ski area in Switzerland.The south facing bowl and 1500m altitude offers snow sure conditions while basking in the mountain sunshine. The 4 Valleys lift pass will give you the opportunity to experience a variety of exciting terrain, as well as breath-taking views of both Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn. Spend the morning exploring over 400km of piste, followed by relaxing, sun-drenched afternoons on the terrace.
Verbier mixes the luxury amenities of a modern resort with the charm of traditional alpine style. With some of the most popular nightlife in the alps, a great gastronomy scene and shopping almost as diverse as the slopes, this resort provides no shortage of ways to craft the perfect mountain getaway.
Wrap up your days of extensive exploring by relaxing on the sunny balcony back at your stylish chalet. Choosing one of our beautiful homes is sure to be a highlight of your winter break.
Verbier is in the South- West of Switzerland, facing the Grand Combin Massif which peaks at 4,314m. It is well known for its sporty clientele, buzzing international town, and authentic Swiss charm.
The pretty town offers no shortage of activities, with extensive snow sports, excellent shopping, and plenty of live entertainment. Although it is a newer resort, buildings are designed in a traditional Swiss style and the streets are intersected with mountain streams which provides an idyllic mountain setting.
Verbier Luxury Chalet
Verbier’s prestigious reputation attracts global clientele, making it a luxury chalet hot spot.
Chalets are the preferred accommodation in Verbier over large hotels, so there is a huge diversity of choice. They are predominantly in a traditional Swiss style and make the most of the sunshine with glorious south facing balconies and terraces. Standards are being set ever higher here, housing some of the most luxurious chalets in the world, and our selection of homes is no exception.
FEATURES – Traditional Swiss style, mixed with modern luxury makes Verbier’s chalets a good choice for cosy and sleek mountain experience. Whether you seek a pool looking out over the mountains or your very own cinema for relaxing in the warmth, there are plenty of options to craft your dream mountain experience.
SIZE – Accommodation in Verbier tends to be on the larger side, so couples and families can expect spacious homes. Rest assured that big groups will receive a seamless experience. We can provide chalets large enough to house groups of up to 28 people. If you have a larger group, contact us to discuss how we can create the perfect combination of properties to suit you.
CATERING – Chalets in Verbier are catered by some of the highest quality professionals in the world. If you choose to stay in catered accommodation, expect beautiful service and many personal touches to make your stay memorable.
LOCATIONS – Choose to stay in the heart of the town so that you can soak up the Swiss charm and lively apres scene. Or find somewhere idyllic and private where you can ski straight to your door.
If you would like to visit during peak times such as Easter and half term, availability can be limited so we recommend reserving early. Browse our lovely selection of luxury chalets below or contact us to start building a truly unforgettable break.
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Verbier’s best architect and the most respected interior designers in London have been combined to create this cosy and chic chalet. This is one of our larger properties, boasting 13 bedrooms with an open plan dining space and bar. Lay back in the cedar wood hot tub and gaze out at the Grand Combin or enjoy the extensive spa facilities on the ground floor, which include a hammam and cold plunge pool.
This opulent home has so much to offer that you may find it impossible to leave. Split across 2 chalets, the broad range of facilities have been exquisitely designed to provide you with anything you may need. Relax in the poker room with a drink from your very own wine cave or get competitive in the bowling alley. Traditional wooden fixtures are combined with large windows and a wraparound balcony, flooding the rooms with light.
Offering privacy and seclusion in the heart of Verbier, this beautifully finished property allows you to enjoy sunset views from your outdoor hot tub. Set across 4 floors, this contemporary chalet provides ample space for your group. Expect immaculate spa facilities, your own bar and wine cave, and a cinema with a world class sound system.
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Verbier Travel & Transport
Verbier is a very walkable town and easy to explore on foot. But if it has been a long day in your ski boots, there is a free bus service that runs throughout the village at 15-minute intervals. The lifts are also very well connected via buses and trains.
The close proximity to the airport makes this an ideal choice for a quick winter break. There are regular trains from the airport, or it is easy to access a transfer straight into the resort. If travelling from the UK, the route via the Eurostar is also a comfortable option.
Travelling by car
After you’ve crossed the English Channel it takes around 9 hours 30 minutes to reach Verbier. Remeber, French tolls cost around EUR 120 return, and to drive on Swiss motorways you will need a vignette (window sticker) or face large fines.
Travelling by train
There are regular trains from Geneva to Le Chable via Martigny, which take around 1 hour 30 minutes. From Le Chable it is possible to get a bus, gondola or taxi into Verbier, which all take less than 15 minutes.
Geneva (GVA) – 185km
By car – 2 hours
By train (to Le Chable) – 2 hours 30 minutes
Sion (SIR) Airport – 55km
By car – 45 minutes
By train (to Le Chable) – 1 hour 44 minutes
Bern (BRN) – 170km
By car – 2 hours 15 minutes
By train (to Le Chable) – 3 hours
Zurich (ZRH) – 290km
By car – 3 hours 20 minutes
By train (to Le Chable) – 4 hours
There are a range of transfer options into Verbier, including taxis, limousine, and helicopter services. Our concierge service can take care of this for you.
Verbier is a foodie’s paradise, combining creativity with local traditions and the freshest ingredients. There is something for everyone, but expect plenty of traditional fare and a lovely selection of gourmet restaurants and inns.
In the town
La Channe is a great fine dining destination that creates fresh and seasonal dishes, or try Le Crock for a delicious and beautifully presented selection of tapas. For the perfect combination of Michelin star quality and authentic flavour, Chalet d’Adrian is popular both for the food and the breath-taking views of the valley.
For something more international, Al Capone and l’Ecurie are highly rated for their cosy Italian fare. If you are looking for exceptional sushi, T-Bar has a broad menu and combine this with live music and dancing later in the evening.
On the slopes
Mountain lunches in Verbier serve up authentic alpine experiences. Looking out on the Combin mountains, Le Dahu is an overwhelmingly popular choice. They have a range of cuisine and easy access for non-skiers. A great restaurant for traditional mountain food is Le Carrefour. Easily accessible for everyone in your group, feast on raclette, fondue and rosti while enjoying panoramic views.
For a slightly unusual experience, hike up to La Marlenaz then take a taboggan ride home. It is the perfect destination for a mountain meal and they specialise in fondue. Chez Danny has a lovely, cosy terrace, delicious dishes and gives you the option to sledge down after your meal.
Verbier Apres & Nightlife
A bustling après scene is a big attraction for Verbier and not to be missed if you love a unique night out. Offering boot stomping on tables, cosy local haunts, and glamorous nightclubs, Verbier is great at injecting high spirited fun into its high-class entertainment. The bars and clubs in town are close together, creating a great atmosphere on the streets as you roam between venues.
Mountain views, vin chaud and sunny terraces are the perfect way to wrap up a day on the slopes.
- Ice cube bar is a great slope side hang out. It has a chilled vibe that makes it a great spot to unwind after a day on the slopes and get in the mood for après.
- Le Rouge is a popular spot with a ski-in terrace and impressive views of the valley. Upper level La Luge regularly puts on events and live music, transporting you to a snowy Ibiza.
The party won’t stop after your descent into town, with a selection of some of the best bars in the alps.
- Mont Fort is above the Medran lift station and has been going more than 40 years. Music is pumping and the atmosphere is lively.
- Offshore is iconic for its pink VW beetle. This surf shack themed café with quirky décor is a great place to finish the afternoon.
- You can see Le Farinet’s overwhelming popularity from its full to the brim terrace. Live music is the best in town and tables are packed with ski boot dancers every day of the week. The party continues from lifts closing all the way to 9pm.
Keen clubbers will not be disappointed in Verbier, with plenty of options to continue the party late into the night.
- The iconic Farm Club is a must visit. It is owned by 2 brothers, who have been providing trendy mountain lovers with late night memories for almost 50 years.
- House and techno lovers should check out Verbier’s newcomer Monoski Klub. They are experts at organising parties in Berlin and Ibiza, so quality music is at their heart.
- South is Farinet’s underground nightclub. Doubling as a sports bar in the day, by night it is transformed into a club with different music genres each night of the week.
Verbier Ski Area
Verbier is world renowned for its challenging terrain and great off piste itineries, but the vast ski area offers something for everyone, making this the perfect resort for a mixed ability group. The beginner’s area has excellent facilities, intermediates will definitely be technically challenged, and advanced skiers are sure to be exhilarated when attempting the many chutes and gullies. The altitude guarantees a long season of great snow conditions.
The ski area
Verbier offers access to one of the world’s top 5 largest lift linked ski areas, with 410km of marked piste available for your pleasure.
It is possible for newer skiers can have a great experience in Verbier. However, a good level of intermediate skiing is required to make the most of the 4 valleys lift pass as some areas are linked by tricky reds.
There are 4 main ski areas to access from Verbier:
The vast ski area is connected by some of the highest quality lifts in Switzerland, making it comfortable and easy to get around.
- Verbier is well connected and offers something for all abilities. If you want to do some long, uninterrupted cruising, there are plenty of highspeed lifts that will maximise your time on the slopes.
- La Tzoumaz/ Savoleyres are popular for beginners and families but also have some fun options for tree skiing. If you want some great holiday action footage, the first drone slope in Europe was created here.
- Mont Fort/ 4 Valleys. Get to the top of Mont Fort for exceptional views of both the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc. This is the best area to access advanced terrain.
- Bruson is a good place to head when the weather is less nice. The lower altitude and tree lined slopes will shelter you from the elements. The slopes are well suited for beginners or intermediates, and boarders can find some great off-piste options.
Verbier is an excellent destination for snowboarders, with many favouring the Bruson area. This area provides access to a lot of off-piste that is well suited to boarders. Here you can find lots of bowls and forests for weaving through the trees. Beginners have their own nursery area at Les Esserts. The park at Thyon is organised by ability, has a giant airbag and boarder cross run. When you want a rest, there is a bar with music at the bottom for relaxing.
Les Moulins is close to the centre of town, which has a creche and a great beginner area for children. Older beginners should start a little higher at Les Esserts. With a magic carpet and drag lifts, there are plenty of opportunities to grasp the basics. If you want to get some extra practice in, Lourtier is a 20 minute drive from Verbier and has a free beginners slope that is flood lit and open at night.
When ready to progress to the main slopes, La Tzoumaz and Savoleyres have some nice greens that will leave you satisfied that you have had a chance to explore the mountains.
Our recommended ski schools:
- New Generation are a British school that have been established in Verbier since 2006. They offer private and group lessons for children and adults, and provide off-piste lessons as well.
- Adrenaline have over 20 years of success in Verbier and provide group and private lessons for adults, teenagers and children. They also offer off-piste, freestyle and freeriding sessions and have a program for non-skiers.
- Altitude are established across Switzerland and have private and group lessons for many abilities.
To eliminate those first day back on the slope jitters, start at Le Rouge for an unintimidating blue. Then head up to La Chaux and give yourself the first work out of the day with a long tree lined blue.
With red runs making up 40% of the 4 Valleys, this will definitely be the holiday to execute your technical skills. Once you have found your snow feet again, you will want to spend a day in Veysonnaz for magical scenery and a good variety of reds.
The longest run in resort is Mont Fort which offers a moguled start before taking a steep 15km descent back to the fall line. Keep a look out for Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn on the way down. Piste de L’ors provides views of Sion and is wide with open bends, allowing you to pick up some serious speed.
Verbier has some of the most accessible back country skiing in the world and is unique for its lift served off-piste routes. Lac des Vaux is a safe option if you are newer to off-piste, with easy access to the main slope for some extra security. Tree lined Bruson forest is a great option on bad weather days. Best explored with a guide, the iconic stairway to heaven is a magical must do. Altitude are a good option if you are looking to maximise your off-piste experience. They have experienced guides with a great knowledge of the local area.
Verbier’s high altitude promises a long season with great snow. This is a great area for spring skiing, with the snow staying reliable through to the end of March.
As lifts begin to open and the resort comes alive with seasonaires, this can be a lively time to enjoy the resort.
Average snowfall: 115cm
Snow days: 7
January is a very cold month, but the resort is less crowded and you can usually expect great snow conditions
Average snowfall: 111cm
Snow days: 7
February starts to warm up but expect the half term week to be crowded
Average snowfall: 93cm
Snow days: 8
The beginning of March is the best time for snow and warmer climates make this the ideal resort for good snow combined with apres in the sun. Try to avoid the peak times around the easter break.
Average snowfall: 79cm
Snow days: 6
Things To Do In Verbier
Non-skiers should not be put off from joining their group on a mountain escape to Verbier. The lively village has plenty to keep you entertained and it is in an ideal location to explore some of Switzerland’s hidden gems.
Verbier is well-known as a hot spot for those who love to get active. Snow sports on offer range from paragliding to snow shoeing. We recommend taking the taboggan run through the forest at Vicheres-Liddes. Or why not try ice climbing at one of the 30 frozen waterfalls at Val des Bagnes? Centre sportif also has a breadth of ways to spend an afternoon and features a pool, squash, ice rink, curling and ice karting.
If you love to indulge in some retail therapy, shopping in Verbier is a destination all of its own. International designers are interwoven with local boutiques, and there is a lovely range of art galleries and artisanal food shops to explore. Treat yourself to jewellery, clothes and homeware, or purchase artisan cheese, chocolates and wine to enjoy back at your chalet.
Verbier is in a prime location for day trips. Relax in the warmest thermal baths in Switzerland at Lavey les Bains, or spend the day wandering Sion, Switzerland’s oldest city. The medieval site of Chateau de Chillon rests on the edge of Lake Geneva, and promises an intriguing day of exploring the fortress, palace and prison. There are also some breath-taking options available for helicopter trips from Verbier. Gaze out over petit Combin or take a look at the Trient glacier from the air.
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