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Le Chalet d’Adrien – Verbier

A classic and quintessential 5* chalet hotel inspired by the history of Verbier 

25 double rooms and suites

Best time to visit

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The lowdown

This charming Swiss escape is an homage to the owner’s grandfather, The Baron Adrien de Turckheim, an adventurous racing car driver who was struck by the beauty of the Valais landscape while driving here in 1903. A century later, ‘the dream of Adrien’ became a reality: a magnificent boutique hotel that captures the magic of this Alpine village. The setting is that of a postcard – a charming wooden chalet clinging to the mountainside, and the slopes are just 50 meters away. With just 25 rooms and suites, it’s cosy and personal, while having all the luxuries you could wish for. Find a moment of relaxation after a day of skiing in the Grand Salon, with a glass of champagne at the bar, a cocktail around the fireplace, or a fresh juice three steps down to admire the view: the hotel is full of cosy spaces to unwind. 

  • Four different restaurants and apres-ski destinations, taking inspiration from nearby Italy while celebrating Savoyard flavours
  • Ski-in-ski-out location just 50 meters from the slopes
  • Spacious spa with swimming pool, jaccuzi, hammam and a range of hydrotherapy treatments

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Combining the best of chalet and hotel perks – the large living room is a sumptuous communal space that you’d find in a chalet. There are bridge tables, an authentic Smoker with a range of cigars on offer, and a cellar for wine tasting. Outside, the south-facing terrace is a popular spot to relax, with unobstructed snowy vistas and sunshine.  

Rooms and Suites

The decor of each room is personalized, with wood panelling on the walls, matching fabrics and carefully chosen antique furniture. Each of the Chalet d’Adrien rooms is named after a mountain flower (Ancolie, Carline, Valeriane, Myosotis …), a tribute to the herbarium of Adrian. The majority of rooms have a south-facing balcony and enjoy a panoramic views of the Alps.

Attic Rooms: approx. 20sqm with king bed and en suite bathroom with bath only. North-facing.

“Combins” Rooms: approx. 25sqm with king/twin beds and en suite bathroom. South-facing.

“Savoleyre” Rooms: approx. 35sqm with king/twin beds, en suite bathroom and seating area. North-facing overlooking Savoleyres mountains. Some rooms feature a balcony.

Suites: approx. 45sqm with king/twin beds, en suite bathroom with separate seating area, some with a fireplace. South-facing with a balcony overlooking the Alps.

Apartment: approx. 120sqm with two bedrooms, two en suite bathrooms and separate seating area with fireplace. South-facing with a balcony overlooking the Alps.

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Après ski and dining

Enjoy a range of mountain delicacies with lunch on the terrace, then indulge in an evening of fine dining at the Table d’Adrien, or traditional mountain fare “as grandma used to make it” at Grenier. All the restaurants feature the culinary flavours of Italy, mingled with Valais ingredients and wines, meaning there’s something for everyone. 

La Table d’Adrien: The one Michelin-starred La Table d’Adrien is the hotel’s gourmet restaurant, and offers Mediterranean dishes created with local artisan products. Chef Sebastiano Lombardi offers fine dining in a casual atmosphere among winter garden interiors, alongside a carefully-selected wine list and excellent views of the mountains.

Le Grenier: the hotel’s most traditional restaurant has the same decor, the same atmosphere and the same kitchen (the old stove and copper pots above the fireplace!) as Adrien de Turckheim would have experienced in 1903 during his tour in Valais. The wholesome dishes include fondues and raclettes using local cheeses, as well as Pot au Feu, fried frogs’ legs and Valais wines. 

Adrien’s Bar: Cosy and intimate, guests can relax in an armchair with a drink by the fireplace and surrounded by views of the mountains.

The Terrace: The large terrace extends to the foot of the chalet overlooking Verbier, and offers incomparable views. At lunch, the Chef offers a range of Italian gourmet specialties and a large barbecue grill. Throughout the day, it also runs as a tearoom with fresh pastries.

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Spa and Wellness

Le Spa du Chalet features products from Parisian brand Nuxe, with a range of relaxing hydrotherapy treatments, facials and massages. Beyond the hammam, sauna, jacuzzi and swimming pool, the fitness room adds an extra dimension, with personal training sessions which can be arranged on request. There’s also a nail bar.

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In a nutshell

Hotel Type: classic and luxurious hotel 

Location: ski-in-ski-out access, in a prime position in Verbier

Style: traditional and comfortable

Ideal For: Couples and families of all ages

Rooms: 25 rooms and suites

Breakfast: breakfast in bed or continental breakfast

Dining: fine dining and traditional Alpine fare

Spa: massage, steam room, sauna, pool, jacuzzi, gym and nail bar

Children: various interconnecting room options make it perfect for families 

Other amenities: 

  • Cigar room with a range of cigars on offer
  • Sunny south-facing terrace

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Getting there

Sion (SIR): 45 mins / 55km

Geneva (GVA): 2h / 160km


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Low season price from: POA
High season price from: POA