Discover boutique hotels in Verbier, Switzerland

In winter the resort draws in the powder hounds attracted by some of the best off-piste skiing in Europe; don’t feel obliged to limit yourself to the 250 miles of spectacular ski runs. After you’ve spent the day making fresh tracks in the deep snow you can enjoy some of the best après-ski bars and clubs in the mountains. The party continues through the summer too; Verbier is ideal for canyoning, mountain biking and hiking amid the pristine Alpine scenery.

When to go

Verbier is a year-round resort so it’s a good option of summer holidays, too. It also claims to be Switzerland’s sunniest resort and in all the time we’ve spent there the sun has shone.

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Getting there

  • Planes

    Geneva airport is a little under two hours away by car (www.gva.ch). Swiss Airlines from City airport is our favourite option. If you have your own plane – or know someone that does – you can land at Sion about 30 minutes away.
  • Trains

    Getting to Verbier by train is perfectly possible. The journey to the resort takes three hours from Geneva airport and the nearest station is in Le Châble down in the valley. You can make the transfer to the resort by cable car which takes you up to the main ski lift station.
  • Automobiles

    From Geneva take the motorway via Lausanne and Monteux to Martigny. Don’t be tempted to choose the cheaper hire cars on the French side of Geneva Airport as these don’t have the permits for the Swiss motorways. From Martigny take the E27 and follow directions to Verbier.
  • Taxis

    Call May Taxi (+41 (0)27 771 7771) or Taxi Rosset (+41 (0)27 771 1266).