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Selection of luxury chalets in Verbier resort

A thorough guide to Verbier resort and best ski chalets to rent in the 4 valleys of Swiss Alps


Verbier ski resort video, ski areas, piste map, reviews & ratings, ski season & live snow forecast, après ski, restaurants, nightlife, and Luxury chalets in Verbier

Verbier is a village located in the canton of Valais. It lies in Val de bagnes in the southwest corner of Switzerland, near the Borders of France and Italy. The village sits in a southwest-facing bowl, perched high on the cliffs 1500 meters above Sea level. At only 100 miles from Geneva, Transfer times to Airport are under 2 hours, you can also fly from London to Sion, which is less than an hour away from Verbier. So, whilst it is absolutely possible to visit Verbier from the UK for a short weekend break, but it is unlikely that you want to leave that quickly.

The resort-type and accommodation prices

Verbier Alpine charm is clear to see, its views are picture postcard and the town itself is filled with luxury chalets rather than larger hotels or apartments. These slating timber buildings are settled to the hillside, and most of them have south-facing terraces and sunny balconies. Verbier is Switzerland’s more prestigious resort, and Verbier has plenty of Luxury chalet accommodation and hotel accommodation options. This is the resort where Richard Branson has a chalet (which we are happy to feature on our website). Just request us if you wish to book it. We as a Luxury ski chalet rental company, offer a load of Luxury chalets in the alps, for both Winter and Summer Holidays, including Verbier. One of the favourite luxury chalets for a larger group is our chalet 4 in Verbier. Price range From Swiss CHF 35,120 –CHF 104,600 – Weekly (MINIMUM 7 NIGHTS). It comes with a swimming pool and outdoor hot tub, looking out at the magnificent Alpine mountains. Our chalets usually include Saunas, Spa, Hammam facilities, and pools. Of course, there a cheaper accommodation options available in Verbier, if Millionaire chalets and five-star hotels are a little out of budget.

Shopping in Verbier like the chalet option is a quality affair. Verbier has shops and even Galleries that can offer clothes, Jewelry, and Arts for the visitor in search of some Après ski retail therapy. You will also find the usual stores you’d expect in a Ski resort, selling and renting ski and snowboard equipment.

For other Apres ski entertainment in Verbier, Thrill seeker can try Paragliding, Heli-skiing, and Ice climbing or for the more sedate there’s always Spa and Health clubs where you can relax. Verbier is a true party town when the sun goes down, the town really starts to buzz with life.

Tourist Office of Verbier

Verbier Tourist Logo Official

Verbier Tourism ski resort video

Where is Verbier?

How to get to Verbier?

Located in the canton of the Valais, in the southwest of Switzerland, Verbier is bordered by France to the west and Italy to the south. It’s 160 km from Geneva International Airport and transfers to Verbier take about 2 hours by road or 3 hours by train

  • Sion Airport to Verbier – 61km / 1 hour 10 minute’s drive;
  • Geneva airport to Verbier – 160km / 2 hours drive;
  • Bern Airport to Verbier – 170km / 2 hours 15 minute’s drive;
  • Zurich airport to Verbier – 290km / 3 hours 20 minute’s drive;
  • Lyon airport to Verbier – 296km / 3 hours 40 minute’s drive;
  • Milan Malpensa airport to Verbier – 265km / 3 hours 45 minute’s drive.

How to get around Verbier?

Once you are in Verbier, it is good to know how to get around. If you booked your ski chalets with transfers and transports then you fewer worries. However, for those independent chalet bookings who want some freedom to explore around without having to be tied to any commitments, We have a small guide to help you out.

Bus Service

Verbier has a free bus service that runs from Carrefour all the way down to Verbier village.  Buses run every 5-10 minutes from 08:00 am – 6.00 pm. All lines run through the supermarket stop, Ermitage car park in Place Centrale, Medran lift station and Savoleyres lift station, so if you need to get to any lift station, it doesn’t matter which one you get on.

  • Line 1 takes you to to Carrefour
  • Line 2 takes you to Hameau (les esserts)
  • Line 3 takes you to Patier and Verbier Village

Verbier – Le Chable Cable Car

Operates from 07:00 – 19:30.


You can reach all towns in the 4 Valleés when you are on your skis or snowboard including Thyon, Nendaz and La Tzoumaz. Take a look at the piste maps to navigate your way around.

Getting to La Tzoumaz

If you need to get to La Tzoumaz and you do not have a car or it is in the evening, you will need to get the lift down to Le Chable and grab the St Bernard Express train to Martigny. You then get on the train towards Brig which is normally Platform 2 and then get off at Riddes. You then walk to the Riddes TRI station to get the Lift to Isérables Téléphérique. From there you get on a bus to the town centre of La Tzoumaz. Take a look at the Swiss train network timetables to help plan your day.

Ski area & runs of  Verbier ski resort

Important ski resorts stats for Verbier

  • Piste Guide: Skiable area – 412 km of runs – There are 3 green runs, 35 blue runs, 39 reds run, and 14 black runs, in addition, 40km of cross-country skiing.
  • Lifts: 89 (funicular, cable cars, gondolas, chair lifts, surface lifts)
  • Pistes: On its own Verbier offers 100km piste, and with the 4 valleys offers 412km of pistes and runs.
  • Resort Altitude: 1500m, Skiing Altitude 1500 – 3,330M
  • Region: Four valleys (Les 4 Vallées)
  • Country: Switzerland

Verbier Ski Guide – Skiing in Verbier

Ski areas, Ski runs, and Off-piste – Who is Best for? 

Verbier for different levels – Beginners, Intermediates, Advanced/Experienced and Off-piste. 

Resort brief

Verbier is the best-known resorts of the four valleys (Les 4 Vallées) which allows you to explore Verbier, Nendaz, Veysonnaz, La Tzoumaz, and Thyon including Siviez, Maynes de L’Ours, Les Collons and Les Masses Ski area with 412 km of piste and 89 lifts. The Verbier ski area itself has 100 km of piste runs, with 3 green, 35 blues, 39 reds, and 14 blacks.  The Ski area is divided into 5 units, each has its own advantages. Verbier is linked to 5 smaller Swiss Ski resorts: Veysonnaz, Bruson, Thyon, Nendaz and La Tzoumaz. La Tzoumaz & Savoleyres ski area are Popular with beginners and families.


Savoleyres is a bigger sector which sits on the South facing slopes directly above the town of Verbier. Its easily reached by Savoleyres bubble, which runs form westerns end of town and from here you can ski the Sun-drenched slopes on one side or the more North facing slopes down to La Tzoumaz. Blue runs on the North facing slopes are some of the easier runs, and maybe ideal on the first day to help you find your now legs again. The South facing runs connects back to Verbier town or can be used to access the main body of the Ski area.

Although, it is possible to Ski from Savoleyres to the rest of Verbier Ski area it’s quicker to take bus or walk to the medran lift which runs from the top of the centre of town. Once upon the hill, you can explore the Lac des Vaux, although there aren’t many runs here and a little somewhat dislocated from the rest of piste, it is a pleasant area with few runs for intermediates and allows access to the Vallon D’Arbi (Vallon d’Arby) and Col des mines, Two Popular off-piste Itineraries. On the other side of the Ski area is La Chaux (The terrain park here has red, blue and black runs), Like du Fou, this is a self-contained area with a piste, some of which has steep sections but those who like to build up a bit of speed will love. There are more Off-piste routes available from here as well as Verbier’s Freestyle parks, the site of the international competitions ‘’VERBIER RIDE’’.

The Top of the Verbier Sector is Mont Gele, the bubble runs skiers and Snowboarders to the Peak, in just a few minutes, and from here Views are incredible. This is not a Suitable area for anything less than strong skiers and Snowboarders, as there no groomed runs from the top of Mont Gele, Just off-piste routes and Itineraries.

Bruson ski area is for off-piste fun! Mont Fort marks the highest point in the 4 Valleys ski area (This includes access to Mont Fort glacier) at 3,330 metres, without a doubt, the largest range of easily reachable advanced/expert terrain of any ski resort in the Alps.

The main body of the Verbier area is the Attle las – Les Ruinnettas Sector, like the rest of Verbier, Piste here are quite steep, but they wide and that well maintained, although there is winding blue here that snakes from top of the Médran back to town, it is been created as an access route, the lie of the mountains is much steeper and more challenging. The Lower section of the Piste that leads back to town are lined with trees and offers some protection when the weather closes in and the visibility becomes limited.  The Lower section of the piste is “Jardin de Neige”. The only Green run in Verbier is a fairly flat area perfect area for Beginners and small children, sunny and Gentle, and Easily reached from town meaning there is no long journey for ski schools for kids. With Just 3 Green piste, and at its easiest some quite challenging blues, Verbier is not an ideal resort for novices or the faint of heart, it is telling that there is lift here that does not lead to any piste, this is a ski area for those who wish Off-piste skiing and snowboarding, fast challenging reds and blacks, Heaven for intermediate to advanced snow lovers.

Some other well-known terrains names to explore around Attelas – Creblet, Rock and Roll, The Banana Couloir, Backside Mont Fort – Perhaps the most splendid off-piste itinerary in the 4-Valleys, Gentianes – Tortin – Possibly the easiest off-piste to reach in the entire 4-Valleys, not to miss is the ‘’Stairway to Heaven’’ Excellent classic off-piste itinerary for off-piste fan and then with access to the 3330m Mont-Fort glacier, for one of the best off-piste descents on the earth.

After a fresh snowfall, it is one of the best resorts in Europe for those who love off-piste, as it is easy to reach steep and open powder fields from the lifts. It is very important to remember Verbier is just one resort in the massive Four valleys, an area you can spend a lifetime exploring….

Our Ski Ratings for Verbier

  • For beginners: it’s a 6.5
  • For intermediate: 10
  • For advanced: 10
  • For snowboarders, it’s a 9.5
  • For freestylers, 9.5
  • For free riders, a perfect 10.
  • For Nightlife: another 7.5.
  • Après ski: it’s a 10
  • Resort Charm: 9.5.

Ski seasons: What is the best time to ski in Verbier? 

Verbier’s ski season runs from the end of November to early May, if you looking for a snow-sure month, then beginning of March is the best time to travel. Verbier gets very cold in January, and fairly quiet, Verbier is busier in February half term. It gets warmer through February and March, with April as the sunniest month. If you are looking for a quieter ski experience best avoid dates outside the Easter school holidays. There is good snowfall during the ski season, with regular snowfall highest in March, so this is a great place to come if you want to ski in the spring sunshine.

Verbier town is crowded for the Easter break and if summer,  Verbier offers has plenty to do too, with chalet rented on lower price. From Hiking, trekking, cycling, and paragliding holidays.

Live snow forecast in Verbier

What are the snow conditions in the ski season?

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Verbier, 4-Vallees Piste Map 2020

Verbier, 4-Vallees Piste Map

Après Ski Scene in Verbier & Four Valleys 

Cafes, bars, food, drinks, and Nightlife

Verbier is a real party town, and when the sun sets, the town starts to buzz with life. Verbier’s après is focused on a fairly small number of places. Les Ruinettes is a famous spot to go to. Remember in Verbier drinks don’t come cheap. Hotel Farinet and Pub Mont Fort are always lively in the early evenings. Towards the dark, there are many other places to enjoy the night out. Some of the best bars and clubs can be found in the hotels. MÉDRAN CAFÉ, YETIBAR, ICE CUBE BAR (MOUNTAIN PARTY), and PUB MONTFORT (FOR EVERYONE) are one of the best Après ski spots not to miss. The Farm Club is the place to be seen but is seriously expensive and stays open until very early in the morning. The 3 most popular night clubs are Cashah, Coup, and the Coco Club.

Where to dine? Best Michelin star restaurants & Popular dining in Verbier & Four Valleys 

For reservations please call directly; La Table d’Adrien Restaurant,  in Verbier, is Michelin starred restaurant overlooking Verbier and offering unbeatable views. Combining the fine flavours from Switzerland, France and Italy, the chef begins absolute 5-star cuisine to the table. Prices range from CHF 25-65 Per head and it is always good to book well in advance.

Eat-Hola Tapas Bar Restaurant, in Verbier, Sergi Arola is hailing from Barcelona and with two Michelin stars to his name. Apart from Verbier’s unique tapas-bar at the restaurant, he will be delighted to suggest daily favourites or to prepare something special based on your favourite flavours. Sergi Arola has been awarded a new star for his restaurant LAB By Sergi Arola in Sintra, Portugal.

Another place to try (Not a Michelin star restaurant), but for Panoramic views and a good choice traditional alpine cuisine such as meats & cheeses, you should try this place. The tasty fondue with the great views down the valley will just make your day. Click here to Book a table, check the menu and Prices.

Guide to Verbier luxury chalet accommodation & private apartments

Insider’s guide to exclusive standalone ski chalets in Verbier, Switzerland

Verbier is a Very pretty resort, the combination of charming standalone chalets and the fact that the resort seems to be permanently bathed in Sunshine makes it an appealing place to visit. The hotels, chalets of Verbier are a choice for the likes of Sir Richard Branson. You might even probably meet celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio, Al Pacino, Hugh Grant, Jamie Oliver, James Blunt, Sienna Miller, the Duchess of York, her daughters and Prince William and Prince Harry who has been here before,  – but generally, they keep a low profile under their ski hats.  In all, Verbier is one of the most charming and well-equipped resort town in the Alps, you will have to pay for the Luxury and charm, but there are only a few places in the world you’ll be able to find it!

Where to Stay in Verbier?

Verbier has plenty to offer, From beautiful chalets and hotels to luxury restaurants, excellent bars, and clubs & Boutique shops! it is been the holiday destination of choice for billionaire businessmen to extreme winter sports enthusiasts. Prices of Accommodation aren’t always so cheap in Verbier,  They come with a Swiss Price tag attached to it, But then there is only ONE Verbier in the World!!

You can view our collection of ski chalets and Luxury Apartments below Verbier. They are among the Best of the best in Europe.  Our chalets in Europe can be chosen simply by the amenities you wish. Like all our chalets in the Alps, they Include family Friendly Options with amenities like Hot tubSauna, steam room & HammamSwimming poolGym,  Indoor Fireplace chaletsCinema, with complimentary breakfast or Self-catering chalets. For those who want spend more time skiing and less time in the kitchen, there are the fully catered chalets, and to add to this you can even book a Luxury Ski-in/Ski-out chalets or check into a VIP Chalet in any part of the Alps.

Verbier Chalets sleep two adults to Large groups. And If you are planning to have a Special event Birthday Celebration, White wedding, VIP Luxury Corporate Ski Chalet for Business, and Incentive Trips, we are a Ski company that can arrange all these with you not having to lift one finger. Our In-house concierge is at hand to assist you with anything you wish for during your stay Luxury ski holiday in Verbier.

These handpicked traditional Alpine Luxury chalets and Modern apartments in Verbier offer a wider selection of options to pick from. The combination of a stay with the charming chalets and some of the finest skiing in Europe makes Verbier one of our Top-selling ski resorts.

If you are looking for Ski lodges specifically with certain amenities, it is best you get in touch with us, so we can tailor-make your search. We can suggest or even contact the owners to discuss certain features such as Disabled Friendly Chalets or Pet-Friendly chalets.

Top 3 Luxurious ski chalets in Verbier 

How much does it cost to rent a luxury chalet in Verbier?

Ski chalet 2 | Verbier | 9 bedrooms

Sleeps 20 Guests – Available as a fully Catered chalet only – Price on application.


  • Fully Serviced: CHF 74,570 to 146,400 per week
  • Self-catered: CHF 36,880 to 109,830 per week

900m² Large Luxury group chalet – Sleeps: 16 adults and 4 children. Facilities: Swimming pool, Hot tub, Steam room, Cinema/tv room, Terrace/Balcony(, Fireplace(s), Integrated sound system, Bar, Wine Cellar, Games Room, Wi-Fi, Sat/Cable, TV, Garage, Ski Room, Laundry Room & Apple TV

Luxury Ski chalet to rent in Verbier

Sleeps 16+4 Guests including children – Available as a fully catered chalet from Sunday to Sunday

  • Fully Serviced: CHF 74,570 to 146,400 per week
  • Self-catered: CHF 36,880 to 109,830 per week

Also or 5 bedrooms chalet option for small groups – 550 Square meters – Ski chalet 1 | Verbier | 5 bedrooms Price: Fully Serviced: CHF 47,410 to 94,290 per week or Self-catered: CHF 26,340 to 74,970 per week.

Estate – 850 Square meters: Ultimate Luxury Chalet in Zermatt with Swimming pool, Steam room, Sat/Cable TV, Integrated sound system, Wi-Fi, Bar, Garage, Terrace/Balcony Fireplace(s), Ski Room, Garden, Elevator and Apple TV.

Ski chalet 3 | Verbier | 5 bedrooms

Sleeps 10 + 1 child – Available as a fully serviced chalet only from Sunday to Sunday

  • Fully Serviced: From CHF 107,380 to 190,530 per week

This stunning ski-in/ski-out access high-end Verbier alpine lodge in Switzerland comes with a massive 850m² of space and carrying 5 bedrooms which luxuriously sleeps 10 adults and 1 child. Facilities of this Alpine design, Top Notch chalet: Ideal for Family and groups looking for luxury amenities like Swimming pool, Hot tub, Steam room, Cinema/tv room. The chalet consists of 5 en-suite double bedrooms.

Verbier Ski Chalets FAQ’s 

What is a ski chalet holiday in Verbier?

Basically, a ski chalet holiday is booking your own private home – most times with staff, housekeepers and chef included and at other times as a self-catered option. Ski chalets are freestanding properties, which in most cases are made out of Stone and/or Wood and has homelier look from outside, the interior however is very luxurious with Alpine charm. However please check at the time of booking, as things have changed and not all chalets stand alone, so it may be called a ‘chalet’ as there could more than 2 ‘chalet apartment’ style properties in large building construction.

What is a Fully serviced or catered chalet? And how does it work?

Catered luxury ski chalets are a great choice for those who wish to spend less time in the kitchen and more time on the slopes.

In Verbier, Catered can mean either part of your meals or all your meals is included catered price. However, you should not have this confused with some chalets that say Accommodation only or included Breakfast. It’s Wise to check this at the time of enquiry or prior to your booking.

When you book a ski chalet in Verbier on a catered basis, upon arrival the chalet host will welcome you and make sure to take full charge of your accommodation, this means from keeping the chalet neat to arranging your meals. Catered ski chalets usually if not always have a chef to prepare meals, a chalet host who will provide housekeeping services and who will serve your meals. These meals will usually include breakfast, afternoon tea, pre-dinner canapés, and a 4-course dinner, as well as unlimited wine, you will find in each property chalet page all these inclusions.

Depending on the chalet. Either a day or two the host may not be in the chalet, as a day off. During this period, you can help yourself with *breakfast and dine outside, trying the local cuisine available around. From budget to Michelin star restaurants are easy to be found. It is good to take a note, that some chalets may share the dining area with others. When booking a catered ski chalet holiday, you can book the chalet just for your group. Nevertheless, some chalets are available to book by the room during less busy times, this can be great for those seeking a holiday for a smaller group or a couple. Remember to always book ahead of your restaurant table, best when you arrive to book this (especially if you are a larger group), during the season restaurants are usually full.  The Chalet staff is always available to lend you a hand during your ski holiday stay in Verbier; it is always wise to get first-hand information of the town.

Usually, chalet menus have Menus for Children and you can also have early dinner arranged for children, please check at the time of booking.

for Adults Breakfast Served between 8-9 am. Croissants & pain Chocolat, traditional French bread, cereals, fresh fruit, yoghurts. A cooked option (except staff day off) and Fresh coffee & tea, fruit juices.

* Staff day off service- your chalet hosts will leave breakfast and afternoon tea for you to help yourselves to. Fresh bread & croissants will be delivered to your chalet in the morning. Please check if your chalet includes this service.

Hosts Day/s Off afternoon tea and dinner won’t be served, giving you the chance to explore the local restaurants

Afternoon Tea: depending on the chalet 5 or 6 days of a seven-night stay, afternoon tea is provided when you come in from the slopes (often things like cake, cookies, toast, soup, and hot drinks like Hot chocolate, tea & coffee).

Pre-dinner & Dinner: Home-made canapes served with pre-dinner drinks ( See each chalet page for more information). For Dinner with Selected red & white wines to complement the meal or champagne: Meals are served in the evenings, usually many courses and, in most catered chalets, free-flowing wine/champagne, pudding and then coffee is served. The ‘free wine/champagne’ component is not universal, so check before you book if this is a significant part of your holiday.

We have more than 50 Top Notch catered luxury ski chalets and apartments in European ski resorts.

Listings in Verbier

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Service:Self-Catered, Accommodation only
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