Best for
Big mountain freeriding
Advanced tuition
Upmarket short breaks
Resort statistics
Village altitude 1500m
Top lift altitude 3330m
Transfer times Geneva - 2 hrs
Village altitude
1500m
Top lift altitude
3330m
Transfer times
Geneva - 2 hrs

Highlights
Breathtaking views
1
World renowned steep and deep off piste
2
Additional small lower areas like Savoleyres and Bruson for bad weather
3
Excellent independent ski schools
4
Some cool hotels and luxurious chalets
5
Lively après and party scene
6
Large, animated village in a sunny panoramic setting
7
Short transfers for a ski weekend
8

Accommodation
StarStarStarStarStar

W Verbier

StarStarStarStarStar

A supreme location right by the main Medran lift at the top end of the village with ski to the door access (although you may choose to stop before you make it to the door at the hotel's wonderful slopeside après ski bar and terrace). It is a sizeable hotel but is split across a series of linked designer chalet style buildings. This combined with the low key first impressions of the minimalist reception and relaxed staff give a more intimate feel. Styling is urban chic meets classic alpine with vast areas of glass, polished surfaces and bare metal fusing cleverly with exposed timber and the classic red and white of the Swiss national flag.

StarStarStarStar

Vanessa

StarStarStarStar

An ideal location at the heart of the resort just 50 metres from the Place Centrale. Handsomely renovated with a stylish blend of traditional local pine wood panelling and luxurious modern touches. The 57 rooms include a great range of suites and duplexes with comfortable multiple occupancy configurations and lots of flexibility making it an ideal hotel for everyone from families to corporate groups. There is a relaxed lounge and bar on the ground floor, a good in house brasserie restaurant and a lovely little spa area with sauna and jacuzzi.

StarStarStarStar

The Experimental Chalet

StarStarStarStar

The stylish experimental chalet is located in the heart of Verbier. Following projects in Paris, New York, London and Ibiza, this is the group’s first Alpine hotel complete with the signature cocktail bar, restaurant and spa.

StarStarStarStar

Cordees des Alpes

StarStarStarStar

Designed to reflect the rich mountaineering heritage of the region using the finest local materials the feel is trapper chic. Weathered dark woods inside and out and artfully placed alpine artefacts offer a lovely mix of rustic and contemporary which is carried through into the attractively furnished rooms. A member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the Cordee des Alpes is towards the bottom end of Verbier below, but within easy walking distance of the Place Centrale and also runs a private shuttle service to the lifts.

See all
StarStarStar

Hotel Bristol

StarStarStar

The 3* hotel Bristol benefits from a perfect location on Place Centrale, breathtaking views from the balconies and total renovation of the guest rooms and common areas (the bathrooms are still from the original structure but are in excellent condition). There is a sauna/hammam, as well as a comfortable lounge and small bar. The manager Gerald will look after your every need.

StarStarStar

Ermitage

StarStarStar

A traditional, family run, centrally located hotel. Many of the rooms have been recently renovated and they have some fabulous, modern-style apartments and rooms in the next door building, linked by a tunnel to the main hotel. There is a groovy cave style spa with Jacuzzi and sauna.

StarStarStar

Montpellier

StarStarStar

The Montpellier is a very well appointed 3* hotel that offers friendly and professional service in a relaxed atmosphere. There are a variety of room types from singles up to a range of larger apartments and suites, many with wonderful views and balconies. The reception area leads up to an attractive open plan lounge and bar and onto the restaurant where a good breakfast is served.

See all