At a Glance
Sleek sophisticated and an utterly cool hotel
New sushi bar, serving the best sushi in Verbier
Slick service from a highly polished team
Central location with driver service to the slopes
Home to the renowned Farm Club - one of the best known clubs in the Alps
Open-grill restaurant serving a fusion of local Swiss, Asian and Mediterranean cuisine
Sample the new sushi bar located in the Nevai – open Wednesday to Sunday and locally reported as the best sushi in VerbierKatherine Gotla
The mixologists in the bar at The Nevai create the best cocktails in Verbier - the Red Cui-Cui is well worth sampling...Scott Dunn team
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With its sleek contemporary design, fashionable bars, new Sushi bar and prime location in the heart of the exclusive Swiss resort of Verbier, the Nevai attracts chic trendsetters and those looking for something slightly more urban and cool in style as opposed to traditional alpine.
A new sushi bar has been added into the mix, cleverly located on the ground floor of the hotel near reception, adding a new dimension to the dining experience at the hotel and open to both hotel guests and the public from Wednesday to Saturday.
The two bars at the Nevai provide two different atmospheres - the lounge bar on the ground floor is the more laid back of the two, with a four meter long fireplace and comfy sofas, a perfect spot to enjoy a drink after a day on the slopes. Meanwhile, the Nevai Bar on the first floor is certainly one of the trendiest bars in the resort and an ideal spot to enjoy an aperitif before dinner or some post-dinner drinks. The cocktails are legendary - we love the Appumber, a gin-based drink with cucumber and apple syrup topped up with a bit of soda - very refreshing. And of course, anyone with the stamina, can head downstairs and dance the night away to the legendary Farm Club - one of the most established and famous clubs in the Alps.
But it's not all about partying hard - those seeking for something more relaxing can head to the spa, escape the hubbub and unwind in the hammam, dipping pool and sauna with a wide range of treatments available.
The rooms ooze sleek sophistication with simple yet classy interiors, a perfect relaxation zone for unwinding after hitting the pistes hard. If you do bring the kids, the Junior suites do have a day bed which two children can share but in our opinion, this hotel is best suited to couples. The two penthouse suites can either be taken individually or together so that the entire floor is privatised. The panoramic views from the roof terraces in these suites are simply breathtaking.
The Place Centrale is a short walk away with some great bars and shops, and each morning, the hotel's shuttle service will whisk you up to the Medran lift where you will start your day's skiing.
The Nevaï has 35 rooms and two large top floor-suites - the Panorama Suite 502 and Penthouse Suite 501. All the rooms are similar in design, hard wood flooring, crisp Egyptian bed linen and cosy down duvets. All have en-suite bathrooms with Elemis products. Each room has a flat screen TV, access to free DVDs from the hotel's extensive collection, an iPod dock and free Wi-Fi.
Small North facing room with a double bed and bathroom with shower. 16m2
Small double room (19m²) with queen sized bed and en-suite bathroom.
Slightly larger in size (24m²), these rooms can be made up as either twins or doubles, bathroom with bath tub and a private, south facing balcony.
Ideal for families, the Junior Suites (30m²) feature one king sized bed and one sofa bed.
A gorgeous open-plan Penthouse (40m²) featuring a roof-top jacuzzi, cosy open fire and uniquely designed bedroom area with king sized bed and spacious bathroom. There is a sitting area with a relaxing day bed and sliding doors leading on to the spacious private terrace where you can relax in your own private jacuzzi and enjoy the spectacular views.
|Penthouse Suite 501||
The largest suite in the Nevaï, Penthouse Suite 501 (55m²) is open plan and boasts a spacious bathroom and separate wet room, a lounge area with a central fireplace, gorgeous bedroom area and a large roof terrace with different terrace areas offering spectacular panoramic views with its own private jacuzzi.
Dining at The Nevai takes place in either the Hotel's signature restaurant, with its open kitchen serving a fusion of Asian and Mediterranean dishes with a local twist. A Sushi Bar adds a further dining dimension and serves the best sushi in the resort.
The bar has its own reputation as being one of the top bars in Verbier and serves an eclectic range of cocktails.
The spa has a Hamman, plunge pool and sauna, and in addition, a range of treatments can be arranged including a hot stone massage.
Verbier is certainly up there when it comes to being one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. Hotshot skiers and snowboarders alike can let rip on its legendary ski runs and world famous freeride routes, while beginners and intermediates will find slopes suited to their level - particularly in the resort. The resort itself occupies most of a sunny plateau facing south-west over the Combins and Mont-Blanc ranges.
The “4 Vallées” ski area combines more than 410km of ski runs and 92 ski lifts linking the resorts of Verbier, La Tzoumaz and Bruson, as well as Nendaz, Veysonnaz and Thyon. Runs for all levels criss-cross the amazing surroundings in this winter sports’ paradise with its modern infrastructure and guaranteed snow.
Location & Directions
Hotel Nevai is located in the heart of Verbier, just a minute's walk from Place Centrale. The main lift at Medran is a slightly longer walk away but the hotel's shuttle will deliver you there in just a few minutes.
When to go
The ski season in Verbier starts in early December and extends through into early May. Whilst the resort itself lies at 1500m, two gondola rides and you are at 2,700m with lots of high altitude skiing which is why there is skiing late into the season. Many of the slopes face West and South meaning that the resort does get plenty of sunshine and snow quality can sometimes suffer late in the season, although snow cover is largely unaffected as there is efficient snow-making equipment in place.