Well-situated in the stunning scenery of the Swiss Alps, Verbier is home to some of the world’s most luxurious ski chalets and hotels. Guests travel in from all over the world to experience the incredible skiing, vibrant après ski scene, off-piste offerings, and some of the best views in the Swiss Alps.
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Luxury ski chalets in Verbier are often incredibly sought after, as are the luxury ski hotels. Verbier is a hotspot for those looking for an unforgettable alpine retreat, with famous faces not as much a rarity as you may expect. Verbier ski resort is one of the most revered ski resorts in all of the Alps, as it offers something for everyone and attracts skiers all over the world. Sun-drenched slopes, stunning amenities, and uniquely crafted dining and drinking experiences can be enjoyed, all the while set at a breathtakingly high altitude of 1,500 metres. What’s not to love?
Where is Verbier Ski Resort Located?
Verbier is a perfectly nestled valley, facing one of the highest peaks in the Alps - the impressively majestic Grand Combin massif at 4,314 metres. The Verbier town itself is picturesque and beautiful. Expect sunny winter days with blue skies and breathtakingly beautiful mountain scenery that many say is second to none. It’s no wonder that luxury ski chalets in Verbier are often incredibly sought after, not to mention the luxury ski hotels. Verbier is a hotspot for those looking for an unforgettable alpine retreat, with famous faces not as much of a rarity as you may expect.
Basing yourself in a luxury chalet in Verbier will give you access to over 400km of piste across the famous Four Valley ski domain. There is also an abundance of winter and summer activities to explore and enjoy as well as breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape from almost any point.
Verbier ski resort is one of the most revered ski resorts in all of the Alps, as it offers something for everyone and attracts skiers all over the world. Sun-drenched slopes, stunning amenities, and uniquely crafted dining and drinking experiences are all enjoyed at a breathtakingly high altitude of 1,500 metres. Get in touch to find out more about our luxury ski chalets and hotels available in Verbier.
Luxury Ski Holidays in Verbier: What to Expect
This attractive Swiss town has deservedly earned a prestigious reputation as one of the best ‘off-piste’ ski resorts in the world. In Verbier, you can expect incredible skiing and formidable runs, a lively après ski culture, distinguished dining, and a stunning array of luxurious ski chalets and hotels that The Oxford Ski Company team can arrange for you.
Unlike St Moritz and the other glitzier and ultra-exclusive Swiss resorts, Verbier clientele are often more relaxed. Still, you can expect to see a well-heeled clientele making their way around the attractive town, dining at the classy cafés and gourmet restaurants, and shopping at the chic designer stores and exclusive boutiques.
When to Ski in Verbier
Although the Verbier ski season is usually from early December to late April, the Verbier and Four Valleys ski lifts are often open for both winter and summer. Depending on the snow conditions, some areas are open on weekends in November as well.
Our Luxury Ski Chalets and Hotels in Verbier
As a leading luxury ski travel agency, we have used our industry expertise, connections with the top chalet owners and hoteliers, and our presence in the resort since our founding in 1998 to create a stunning selection of luxury chalets and hotels in Verbier. We know this trendy town better than most, and we have handpicked an outstanding selection of Verbier luxury accommodations for you to choose from.
Each is fitted with superb facilities, from catered chefs to cinema rooms and hot tubs. Our passionate and knowledgeable team is dedicated to helping you find the perfect place to stay and that all of your personal preferences are met.
Luxury Chalets in Verbier
Each of the luxury ski chalets we have selected offers something truly special and has been selected impartially and objectively to ensure the highest standards possible. Chalet Truffe Blanche, one of our favourite chalets, is the epitome of ultra-exclusivity and attention to detail. A sprawling 3,000m2 chalet that sleeps up to 18, it’s adorned with discerningly selected works of art and features a Roman-era-inspired spa with a 15m pool.
Luxury Ski Hotels in Verbier
Our selection of four and five-star ski hotels are just as exclusive as our chalets, as each is unique and set apart in both experience and aesthetic. Our luxury ski holiday specialists work with only the best hotel providers to hand-pick hotels that offer the finest facilities, stunning views, and excellent value for money - raising the bar in terms of luxurious accommodation and world-class facilities.
See our top picks of Verbier luxury hotels below and click on the links to find out more:
- W Verbier - 123 rooms and suites
This five-star hotel is the ideal ski-in, ski-out location that offers a luxurious spa, an indoor/outdoor swimming pool, and its very own nightclub.
- La Cordee des Alpes - 32 rooms and suites
Expect great value for money in this superb four-star boutique hotel. La Corfee de Alpes is beautifully designed in a local Alpine style and its stunning facilities will never disappoint.
- Experimental Chalet - 39 rooms and suites
This gorgeous 20th-century-styled hotel is located right at the centre of the resort, within walking distance of all the shops, cafes, and the Médran gondola. Expect all the elegance, authenticity, and panoramic views of a luxury Swiss Alpine hotel.
Skiing in Verbier: What to Expect
With a skiing elevation range from 1,500 metres to 3,330 metres, Verbier is snowsure with deep, well-preserved powder, well-groomed pistes, and a number of snow guns and cannons to cover the pistes. The Verbier slopes are perfect for beginners and families, and with the whole Four Valley region accessible from the resort, intermediates can ski their hearts out over 400km of the available and varied terrain. You can also expect a vast selection of off-piste routes and formidable black runs for advanced skiers to test their skills on.
In the Les 4 Vallees Domaine you can expect these conditions:
Ski Terrain in Verbier
Resort height: 1500m
Skiing Elevation: 1500m - 3330m
Longest run: 8km
Snowfall Levels in Verbier
Verbier is incredibly snowsure, with both natural and man-made powder and an average annual snowfall of 550 cm. This natural, fresh powder is boosted with 50 cannons and snow guns along 4.2km of piste.
Snowmaking coverage: 40%
Verbier Ski Lift Information
In Verbier alone, 34 lifts take you from the town, up to Mont Fort, and the expansive and varied ‘4 Vallee’ski terrains. Here, you can find a total of 85 lifts that interconnect you to Nendaz, Veysonnaz, and Thyon. You can expect:
Gondolas/cable cars: 15
Drag lifts: 46
Verbier Lift Pass Cost
In Verbier, there are two main types of 6-day lift passes you may purchase:
The 4 Vallées ski pass with access to all four neighbouring valleys and is available for purchase for around £322.
The Verbier valley ski pass provides access to the local areas and 200km of pistes, perfect for beginners and available for around £315.
Verbier Skiing for Beginners:
Verbier is the perfect skiing location for beginners with fantastic beginner areas to explore. The three main nursery areas are Les Esserts, Le Rouge, Les Moulins, and once you’re ready for the mountain, you can head over to the warmer, south-facing bowl of La Chaux where you can ski in the sunshine until the late afternoon. We would also recommend the Mont Gélé which is popular with beginners and intermediates Make sure to brave the journey up to the top of Mont Fort before you leave. Take the cable car up and enjoy the unforgettable view.
Intermediate Skiing in Verbier
Verbier is the perfect location for adventurous skiers who are looking to gradually improve their skills. The Savoleyres area is simply fantastic for intermediates. Expect an excellent selection of red and blue runs, especially those that run alongside the smaller resort of La Tzoumaz. If you are looking to improve your skills, head to the Tortin at a height of 2050m. Here, you will find quieter slopes and some fantastic red runs. The Bruson area is also perfect for intermediates with fewer crowds and lovely powdery snow.
From beginners trying out new tricks to intermediates brushing up on their skills, the snow park at La Chaux is the perfect place for skiers of all levels to have a good time at a 2260m elevation. Expect all the rails, jumps and corners required for fantastic freestyle fun.
Advanced Skiing in Verbier
Advanced skiers have their pick of challenges in Vernier, be it the Chassoure-Tortin ‘wall’, the Col de Chassoure, or the stunning Mont Gele 3,023m summit with a vertical drop to push even the most expert skiers. Verbier also offers one of the world’s best off-piste opportunities, with amazing powder in Tortin, Mont Gélé, and Chassoure as well as many ungroomed former black pistes.
Verbier for Families
Verbier takes excellent care of families of all sizes and ages, with children under eight skiing free and substantial cost reductions in lift passes for those between eight and 14 years old. Families can enjoy themselves on the nursery slopes and beginner areas such as Les Moulins. This is the perfect area for younger families as there is a kids’ club here for small children. The Les Esserts run is also a great place to start for families with younger children or older skiers to enjoy the amazing views of the mountain landscape.
The Best Après Ski in Verbier
Verbier is known to have some of the best après ski in the Swiss Alps, coming to life in the evening with hotel bars, live music, and cosy pubs. The après ski in Verbier truly has something for everyone, be it soaking in the sun with a beer on a high-altitude deck or finding a sophisticated and relaxed bar to wind down in after a day of skiing. We would recommend checking out the run of après bars located off the Meridan lift and down to the Place Centrale. Here, these après bars are open from the afternoon till late in the evening. Some other après ski highlights are:
The Farinet hotel bar
This hotel bar is the perfect place to be after a long day of skiing. Live bands perform here every night of the season, so get there early for happy hour between four and five.
The Etoile Rouge
Etoile Rouge is the first supper club in Verbier, providing a vibrant environment where you can dine and dance the night away.
This lively nightclub is known for hosting fantastic parties, from masquerade balls to rock nights.
The Farm Club
The Farm club is a well-established nightclub in Verbier and is well known for its elegant and quirky ambience. This is the perfect spot to end the night, and you can expect drinking and dancing till four in the morning.
Verbier Boutique Shopping
On top of the skiing and après ski, Verbier is also known for its superb shopping and the Place Blanche hub. Take a stroll through the resort’s streets to find a pleasing mix of luxury brands and local artisan shops. We recommend visiting the Moncler Grenoble for stylish and high-performing mountain wear, and be sure to visit Au Bois Dormant to pursue the artisan wooden pieces, all sourced from the Valais region.
Luxury Dining in Verbier
Dine in sophistication while enjoying the breathtaking alpine scenery. As one of the world’s most prestigious resorts, Verbier offers a number of gourmet restaurants and Michelin-starred chefs. If you’re looking for dinner with stunning mountain views, head over to the Chaz Dany which is accessible by piste or foot. If you’re looking for local cuisine, Le Rouge Restaurant offers a refined menu in the evening and light tapas and crepes during après-ski.
Winter Activities in Verbier
If you are looking for a break from skiing, Verbier offers a wide range of activities for those wanting to take in the scenery and take full advantage of the mountainous location, from picturesque horse-drawn sleigh rides, scenic flights, and thrilling husky dog rides. There are fantastic walking and hiking trails for adventurous guests and a number of spas, such as the Away Spa in the centre of Verbier, for those looking for relaxation and luxury.
Some other winter activities that you may enjoy in Verbier include:
Horse-drawn sleigh rides
Husky dog rides
Ice-karting, Ice-skating, or Ice-hockey
Sky diving and Parachuting
Oxford Ski Company Recommends….
See below for a quick list of Verbier essentials and some of our favourite recommendations:
- Our favourite run: Col
- Best off-piste: Savolyeres
- Mountain Lunch: Chez Danny
- Après Ski: Farinet Apres Ski Bar & Farm Club
- Dinner: Le Rouge, Chalet d’Adrien
- Non-skiers: Ice Karting, Swimming pool and Ice rink
- Ski School: Altitude or ES
- Private Guides: Altitude or Performance Verbier
- Childcare: Petit Verbier
- Massage: Verbier Touch or Luxury Verbier
- Transfers: Alpine Express or Taxi Verbier
- Domaine: Les 4 Vallees
- Resort Height: 1500m
- Skiing Elevation: 1500-3330m
- Pistes: 412km
- Blue: 39%
- Red: 44%
- Black: 17%
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What makes us different?
We have been designing and delivering luxury ski holidays for 25 years. Our experience in the industry is unparalleled. You can trust us to create the perfect trip for you and your family.
Our team live and breathe skiing and are passionate about the destinations we sell. We work with only the best chalet and hotel providers. All are regularly inspected to ensure our exacting standards are met.
Each Oxford Ski Company booking includes our complimentary pre-arrival concierge service. Your specialist will help arrange the all-important finer details that are part of planning the perfect ski holiday.