Luxury Ski Chalets Verbier

Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Verbier with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.

Luxury Ski Holidays in Verbier

Perched on a sunny plateau in the heart of the Swiss Alps, Verbier attracts skiers and snowboarders from all over the world. Extensive slopes cater to a range of abilities meaning ski holidays to Verbier can be enjoyed by all.

Luxury chalets in Verbier provide the perfect base from which to enjoy the resort’s vibrant nightlife and high-quality restaurants. Verbier also offers village charm and spectacular views of Mont Blanc and Le Grand Combin. Making up part of Les 4 Vallees ski area, Verbier provides access to around 410 km of pistes and is home to great off-piste skiing too.

Verbier ski holidays aren’t just about whizzing down the pistes. Away from the slopes, the resort has plenty of activities to occupy the non-skier, from dog sledding and paragliding to snowshoeing and climbing. Verbier also has an ice rink and several spas ideal for relaxation after a day on the slopes.

Excursions to nearby Montreux and Martigny are also recommended. Summer is a popular time of year to go on holiday in Verbier, with several international events taking place. It’s also a highly regarded destination for children’s summer camps.

Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Verbier

Leo Trippi has an office in the centre of the resort and the team has an intimate knowledge of both the town and the best Verbier accommodation.

Place Centrale is Verbier’s central hub and home to many shops, bars and restaurants. It is just 500 metres from the main lift station, Medran, where the relatively new Place Blanche development is located. For those looking to have direct access to the bustling resort centre, the luxury apartments and chalets in Verbier provide the perfect holiday base.

Areas such as the Swedish Quarter, Patier, Sonalon and Savoleyres house some of the larger luxury chalets in Verbier. This is also true of the plots alongside and near the nursery slopes of Le Rouge and Les Esserts - which are the only true ski-in/ski-out chalets in Verbier. For the best views in town we recommend you rent a luxury chalet in Savoleyres.

All of these areas can easily be accessed by car from the resort centre in approximately ten minutes, making ski holidays to Verbier a convenient option.

Verbier Resort Information

  • Resort Altitude: 1500m
  • Slopes Altitude: 1500 - 3330m
  • Pistes (4 Vallees): 412 km
  • Lifts: 93
  • Nearest Airport: Sion - 50 km (50 min)
  • Blue Slopes: 26%
  • Red Slopes: 49%
  • Black Slopes: 25%

Luxury Catered Chalets in Verbier to Rent

Catered ski chalets in Verbier are a popular choice for those who wish to put down their cooking utensils and be treated to a private chef and team of staff during their luxury Verbier ski holiday.

Top Catered Ski Chalets Verbier

  • Chalet Bella Rocca - private chef serving breakfast on 7 days & dinner on 6 evenings
  • No 14 Verbier - 3 chefs in the kitchen & a choice of 3 dining styles (fine dining, sharing plates or bistro style)
  • Chalet Nyumba - the best quality ingredients, locally sourced & beautifully presented
  • Chalet Spa - daily breakfast, afternoon tea & dinner on 6 evenings per week
  • Penthouse Leo - bespoke menu with three-course dinner on 6 nights

Luxury Self-Catered Chalets to Rent in Verbier

Verbier luxury chalets that are available on a self-catered basis are a fantastic option if you enjoy flexibility on your luxury ski holiday. The other benefit is the opportunity to try out the many wonderful gourmet restaurants in resort.

Top Self-Catered Ski Chalets Verbier

  • Apartment Hickory - open-plan living area, inviting interior & shared spa facilities
  • Chalet Delormes - located next to Le Rouge piste & nursery slopes & perfect for families
  • Chalet Roselle - inviting family-friendly chalet a short drive from Medran
  • Chalet Feuillu - centrally located chalet with open plan living & south-facing balconies
  • Apartment Rosalp 3 - a spacious & modern apartment in the centre of Verbier

Skiing in Verbier

Linked to the 4 Vallees, Verbier is famous for its off-piste skiing and mogul fields. As part of the 4 Vallees, skiing in Verbier means visitors can enjoy part of Switzerland’s largest ski area with 410 km of incredible pistes to explore. One of the top ski areas for advanced skiers, Verbier skiing is full of thrills both on and off piste.

Intermediate skiers in Verbier can enjoy the gentle sunny bowl of La Chaux or the fantastic network of red runs surrounding Les Attelas, whilst beginner skiers in Verbier can practise their technique on the accessible nursery slopes. A mecca for off-piste skiing, advanced skiers can make the most of the challenging skiing centres around Mont Fort with a steep kilometre-long, often bumpy, black run from the top down to Gentianes-Tortin. Heli-skiing in Verbier is also possible with the four drop-off points located in Glacier du Trient, Petit Combin, Pigne d'Arolla and Rosablanche.

As there are few true ski-in/ski-out chalets in the resort, many of our luxury ski chalets in Verbier have complimentary lift transfers so there will be no need to walk.

Extreme Skiing Verbier

Each year, Verbier hosts the final of the Freeride World Tour as part of the Xtreme event. The event brings together the world's best freeriders for the final round of the competition on the legendary "Bec des Rosses". This maze of cliffs and couloirs makes it one of the most exciting and inspiring freeride destinations in the world.

Heli Skiing Verbier

For a truly unforgettable experience, heli-skiing in Verbier is possible from Petit-Combin, Aiguilles du Tour, Rosablanche, or for a slightly longer flight, the Pigne d'Arolla. If you are planning to heli-ski in Verbier then it is important to have a good level of off-piste skiing.

-> For more information on skiing in Verbier explore our full guide.

The Best Bars & Restaurants in Verbier

Whilst we offer a large selection of both catered and self-catered luxury ski chalets in Verbier, guests will also have access to a number of gourmet restaurants during their stay. Everyone’s taste is catered for in Verbier with a large range of cuisine offered in both traditional and Michelin-starred restaurants.

For family ski holidays in Verbier, a favourite restaurant amongst our clients is Al Capone which provides a large selection of both local wine and pizzas. For an experiential meal, Chez Dany provides traditional cuisine with the option to sledge down the mountain for a post-fondue night-time adventure. Whilst many of our Verbier chalets come with experienced chefs, why not try the Michelin-starred restaurant of Hotel Chalet d’Adrien on your chef’s night off

Verbier ski holidays are famed for their nightlife with a vast amount of bars and clubs for skiers to enjoy after a day on the slopes. For a chic and stylish evening, Vinabagnes provides a laid-back environment to enjoy a glass of wine or two whilst those looking for a more casual evening can pop over to Farinet’s South bar which shows live sport every day and has a pool table.

-> For more restaurant ideas take a look at our full guide.

How to have the perfect luxury ski holiday in Verbier

  1. Enjoy freshly prepared pastries in your catered chalet in Verbier before heading out onto the slopes for an exhilarating day of skiing.
  2. Skiers of the group have the possibility to ski on the slopes of La Tzoumaz, Thyon, Nendaz and Veysonnaz whilst non-skiers can try their hand at the alternative winter activities of snowshoeing or ice climbing.
  3. Following a jam-packed day on the mountain, unwind with a glass of champagne on the balcony of your Verbier ski chalet or head to the local bars to experience the resort’s famous apres-ski.
  4. When the sun has set, your luxury chalet in Verbier awaits, with a beautifully prepared menu for you to enjoy or a soak in the hot tub to ease those muscles before the adventure begins again tomorrow

Location & Map

Situated at an altitude of 1,500m, the luxury ski resort of Verbier can be found in the south-west region of Bagnes in Canton Valais. At 160 km away, Geneva is the nearest international airport to Verbier followed by Milan at 250 km. With frequent flights and a wide range of airlines to choose from, flying to Geneva is, in our opinion, the most straightforward way to reach Verbier with both car transfers and heli-transfers available. Should you wish to catch the train to Verbier, the closest train station can be found in Le Chable just a 15-minute drive from Verbier.

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Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to go to Verbier ?

Verbier is just as enticing in summer as it is in winter. Many take advantage of the fantastic skiing on offer in Verbier with the ski season running typically from December to the end of March. Summer in Verbier is popular for walking, hiking and mountain biking.

How to get to Verbier?

At 160 km from Verbier, Geneva is the nearest international airport to Verbier. Our helpful guide on getting to Verbier also details the alternative ways to get to Verbier via train, car or even private helicopter.

Where to stay in Verbier?

Place Centrale is Verbier’s central hub and home to many shops, bars and restaurants. It is just 500 metres from the main lift station, Medran. Areas such as the Swedish Quarter, Patier, Sonalon and Savoleyres house some of the larger Verbier chalet rentals.

Is Verbier good for beginners?

Whilst Verbier wouldn’t necessarily be a ‘go-to’ option for beginners, the resort does have accessible nursery slopes. These can be found in the middle of the village at Les Moulins and at the larger Les Esserts. Once you are confident on these there are several gentle blue pistes to progress to. Read our guide to skiing in Verbier for a comprehensive guide for all skiing levels.

What is the altitude of Verbier?

Verbier village lies at 1500m above sea level with the highest peak Mont Fort at 3,330m. Verbier forms part of Switzerland’s largest ski area with 410 km of pistes to explore.

When does the Verbier ski season start?

The 2022/23 ski season in Verbier starts on the 24 November 2022 and typically runs to the end of April, however with good snowfall throughout the season it may stay open past this date.

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