A new addition to the streets of Verbier, the experimental chalet was previously the Nevai hotel for those familiar with Verbier a few years ago. Now however, it has been transformed into one of the Experimental group’s unique properties, complete with bistro, spa, signature cocktail bar and sitting above the legendary Farm Club nightclub. It’s smack-bang in the centre of town, so although it may be a 5 or 10 minute walk from the ski lift, the in-house drivers will be happy to give you a lift up with your equipment if that feels like too much of a trek. Everything else is right on your doorstep, meaning you won’t miss out on anything the resort has to offer.
Cordee des Alpes
Another relatively recent addition to Verbier, the Cordee is a large hotel in true alpine style. An old hotel was renovated back in 2010, and the hotel offers a spa complete with indoor pool, an incredible fine dining restaurant that is definitely worth a visit even if you’re not staying here, and all the alpine chic charm they can possibly cram in. Again you’re very central to shops and restaurants, and the in-resort transfer service will be happy to take you anywhere a bit further afield, as well as to the lifts in the morning.
The original boutique hotel of Verbier, the Chalet d’Adrien offers a truly authentic swiss experience. The hotel boasts swimming pool, fitness centre, 29 rooms, 2 restaurants, Bar, Lounges, and a terrace. Located next to Savoleyres lift station, it is convenient but away from the hustle and bustle of the town centre, although you could walk in to town in under ten minutes, and its all an easy downhill stroll (you may want a lift back up though). The lift next door takes you up to the Savoleyres ski area for those intermediate and above, the area is mainly blue and red runs, the beginner slope of Les Esserts is also close by. The drivers will happily take you down to Medran to access the main ski area if you wish to start over here instead. It’s the restaurant that truly gives this place its mark on the map, previously holding a Michelin star the fine dining ‘Table de Adrien’ definitely still draws the high-end crowd.