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The Experimental Chalet is a stylish Alpine retreat, located just a three minute walk from the main square, and 10 minutes from the Verbier TV gondola, which can also be reached via resort bus, the stop is located right outside the hotel.
Perched among the snow-capped summits of Verbier, it offers a selection of 39 rooms and suites, some with terrace, jacuzzi, or panoramic views of the surrounding Alpine peaks and Mont Blanc.
Situated on the first floor, next to the reception hall’s roaring fire, is the bar. Serving their signature craft cocktails and an expert selection of wines and spirits, it is an ideal hideaway for “après-ski” get-togethers, pre-dinner apéritifs or as the launchpad for a late night. You can continue the evening by going downstairs to the Farm Club, a legendary hot spot that has set the rhythm of Verbier after dark for over 45 years.
The Experimental Chalet Spa is a veritable haven of relaxation. Situated on the ground floor of the hotel it includes three treatment rooms, a hamam, a Jacuzzi and a 50m2 solarium.
In addition, there is a luggage store and 24/7 reception.
*Important Transfer Information - with some packages the transfer will take you to the center of resort, you can then get a village bus, book a private transfer or use your hotel shuttle service if available.*
Classic Room - perfect for one or two people, Classic rooms are on average 18m2 and host a king size bed and bathroom with shower.
Superior Room - Superior Rooms are on average 22m2 and situated on the upper floors of the chalet. They host a king size bed and a bathroom with soaking tub.
Superior Room Terrace - Superior Rooms with Terrace are on average 21m2 and host a king size bed and a bathroom with soaking tub. A Southern facing terrace provides a unobstructed view of the Grand Combin peak.
Deluxe Room Terrace - Deluxe Rooms with Terrace are on average 21m2 and host a king size bed and a bathroom with soaking tub. A large 24m2 Southern facing terrace provides a unobstructed view of the Grand Combin peak.
Breakfast is given special care, with house-made granolas, sweet and savory cakes, waffles, egg dishes, fresh juices, and a full complement of pastries. At the Chalet restaurant, Gregory Marchand of Frenchie, one of Paris’s and London’s most sought-after chefs, freshens up mountain food with contemporary flair. For families, the menu offers a selection of freshly made dishes with kids in mind, as well as a selection of sharable dishes to encourage conviviality. There is even an afternoon snack hour with treats to please any age, and round-the-clock bar snacks so guests can pop in anytime.
Wi-Fi (Paid Locally)
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