W Hotel Verbier
The first ever ski retreat from the highly acclaimed W Brand, bringing a whole new level of stylish accommodation to the world-class ski resort of Verbier. The W Hotel Verbier is the only ski in/ski out 5 star hotel in the resort.
At a Glance
Experience the W's renowned 24/7 Whatever/Whenever service
Ski in access -the newly extended slope finishes right outside the hotel
The largest hotel rooms in Verbier - with signature W beds
The world's first alpine E-WOW suite - the largest suite in Verbier
W Residences are ideal for families - enjoy all the facilities of the hotel right next door
Fabulously stylish spa with 800m² of pure relaxation
W Mountain Concierge on hand to book a range of activities
Be sure to have a pre-dinner cocktail in the W Living Room - the "Cross the Line" is particularly refreshing!Scott Dunn team
Try one of the two, three and four bedroom residences for the privacy and space of your own accommodation yet all the services of the hotel.Katherine Gotla
This hotel is best suited to those seeking for somewhere fresh, modern and funky to stay - if you're looking for something traditionally Swiss, there you're better opting for somewhere else.Scott Dunn team
Make sure you make the most of the 'Whatever Whenever' concierge service while on vacation.Kate Newman
Forget having to remember your room key, here you can add the W phone app and have it with you at all times.Kate Newman
Call us on (858) 523-9000 to start planning your vacation to W Hotel Verbier
W is certainly for 'wow' when it comes to the W Hotel Verbier. This is the first ever foray into the mountains for the globally renowned W brand and the first international hotel chain to hit Verbier.
Centred around the newly created Place Blanche, just a two minute walk from the Médran lift, the W Hotel is spread over four chalet-style buildings that blend perfectly into the traditional style of the resort. Style-wise it's a case of Urban chic meets Alpine tradition with a clever fusion of highly polished black surfaces with acres of glass interspersed with local wood and subtle homage to the red and white Swiss flag.
The fact that the piste has been extended to end right in front of the hotel making it the first ski in/ski out hotel in Verbier, sets the bar for the kind of experience you will encounter at the hotel.
Everything you could possibly need has been thought of - from Chef Sergi Arola’s modern, locally inspired menus, to an underground hot spot for late night cocktails.
The slick service from the W Team ensures that your every need is attended to round the clock.
All the 123 rooms and suites at the W Hotel Verbier are beautifully contemporary in design, and extremely comfortable. As standard, they all feature the W Signature Bed, a fireplace and balcony. The en-suite bathrooms are luxurious and spacious. All rooms also feature: 42" flat-screen television; iPod docking station; make-up/shaving mirror; hairdryer; Bliss® bath amenities; bathrobes and slippers; Munchie Box (mini bar); radio with alarm clock; individual climate control; in-room safe; wake-up service and high-speed internet access (wired and wireless).
Some rooms can interconnect giving more options for families. These options include a Fabulous Room King interconnecting with a Fabulous Suite King; a Fabulous Room Twin interconnecting with a Cozy Suite King; a Fabulous Room Twin interconnecting with a Fabulous Suite King and a Fabulous Suite King interconnecting with a Cozy Suite King.
The Cozy Room is decorated in a modern chalet style, with a comfortable W signature king sized or two queen sized beds, fireplace and balcony. Two of the rooms feature an extra single bed to form a family room. 36 m².
The Wonderful Room is decorated in a contemporary with lots of wood. It has a comfortable W signature king size bed, fireplace, luxurious bathroom and a partial view from the balcony. 36 m².
The Fabulous Room really does have fabulous views from the balcony. With either a W signature king sized bed or two queen sized beds, these rooms have luxurious bathrooms, a fireplace and are perfect for relaxing in. Some Fabulous Rooms can interconnect.
These rooms have a mountain chic interior, with a spacious balcony giving stunning views over the valley. They feature the W signature king sized bed, and two of the rooms feature an extra single bed to form a family room. 36 m².
The very spacious Cozy Suites either feature the W signature king sized bed or two queen sized beds. They have fantastic views from the balcony and luxurious bathrooms. They also offer the option of interconnecting with a Fabulous Twin or Suite. 55 m²
The Fabulous Suites have amazing views from the balcony and exceptionally spacious living areas. They feature the W signature king sized bed, and some can interconnect with either a Fabulous Room King, or Twin, or Cozy Suite King. 70 m².
There are just two Spectacular Suites at the W Hotel Verbier, both having their very own mezzanine. They feature the W signature king sized bed and have incredible views from the balcony. 90 m².
The Wow Suite has beautiful high wooded beamed ceilings and built over two floors. It is especially spacious, with a separate living area, and enjoys lovely views from the balcony. Sleeps up to three people. 150 m².
The E-Wow Suite offers absolute penthouse luxury, with its very own private loft and jacuzzi. The huge balcony has amazing views. Sleeps up to three people. 184 m².
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Sleeping up to three people, this family room with a modern chalet style design is extremely comfortable. 45 m².
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This family room sleeps up to three people and offers space and mountain chic charm with views across the valley from the balcony. 48 m².
The W Hotel Verbier has teamed up with Les Elfes - a specialist company offering ski and snowboarding lessons to children between the ages of 8 and 18. There are lessons for all levels, as well as fun activities like skating and tobogganing.
The W Hotel Verbier offers a range of dining options. Restaurant Arola serves Spanish cuisine with Swiss influences, with incredible views of the Swiss Alps. The Spanish theme is continued with EAT-HOLA, a tapas bar serving local products from the Valais. Every option is covered from the W Café, serving its own unique blend of 'Wow' coffee, to the Living Room serving an eclectic mix of drinks and snacks. Carve is where things get going late in the evening for those keen to dance the night away. As well as excellent food, the hotel has a fantastic local and international wine selection. Children's menus are available.
It's definitely worth spending some time at the Spa at the W Hotel Verbier. Spacious and beautifully designed, it has sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi and Get WET®, the indoor / outdoor pool. A wide range of beauty treatments, massages and aromatherapy is available, and the opportunity to work out in the gym, using the latest equipment.
800m² of pure relaxation awaits with 9 treatment rooms, a FIT Fitness Centre with the very latest equipment and a wonderful indoor/outdoor pool.
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
The W Hotel Verbier enjoys a premium position at the bottom of the Médran lift. You can ski all day from the front door, and return to Verbier's latest hot spot for après ski.
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.