Chalet Chaperon Rouge, Verbier

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4.3 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
This is an excellent chalet, I’d never done a chalet holiday before but I was really impressed. The chalet host was very helpful and everything was comfortable and warm. The inside was what I expected, with traditional chalet decor, slightly chocolate boxey. We stayed in a twin room, you don’t have your o... + more
Simon, Tranent
5 out of 5
The chalet’s in central Verbier so it has a good location. It’s quite nice only being a 10 person chalet as you get quite a family feel. I was staying with a friend and we had the top room with an en-suite shower. The room was nicely presented in a pine cabin style. The girls that ran it were lovely, but t... + more
Lee, Isle of Man
5 out of 5
This very basic chalet is in a great location (close to main lift) and is actually fine for the price, but no way is it 4* so don’t expect too much: There is no boot dryer for ski boots. In fact ski boots had to be left haphazardly on the floor of the rear porch along with any skis/snowboards. Whilst there was... + more
Shaun Witts
3 out of 5
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Overview - chalet description - Chalet Chaperon Rouge description

Sleeps: 10 Guests.

Chalet 'Red Riding Hood' has a superb location in the heart of the resort, just a short walk from the main Medran lifts for speedy access to the skiing, and Place Centrale with its array of bars and cafes.

The spacious chalet has an open-plan living and dining room where breakfast, afternoon tea and cake and dinner is served, and also boasts a large balcony with lovely views over the valley. The 5 twin rooms all have private facilities adjacent or en suite, and provide a comfortable base in an ideal location to explore all that Verbier has to offer.


Facilities - Chalet Chaperon Rouge features

  • Large balcony with great views over the valley.
  • Spacious open-plan living/dining room area with TV.
  • 5 comfortably furnished twin rooms, all with private facilities.
  • Free Wi-Fi.

Special attractions:

Free wine included worth over €100.

  • Ever wanted to improve your skiing? Then spend a week with us and the Warren Smith Ski Academy.
  • Location: Excellent location off the resort’s main street and 100m to Place Centrale
  • Just 3 minutes' walk (300m) from the Medran lifts for the main ski area.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • Accommodation Summary
  • Ground Floor
  • Main entrance, ski and boot room. Outdoor parking space.
  • First Floor
  • Spacious living/dining area with TV and DVD player (please bring own DVDs), large balcony.
  • Room 1 - Small twin with adjacent private shower/wc.
  • Room 2 - Twin with adjacent private bath/wc.
  • Second Floor
  • Room 3 - Twin with en suite shower/wc.
    Room 4 & 5
    - Twin with balcony, each with adjacent private shower/wc.

Meals - food and drink in Chalet Chaperon Rouge

  • Skiers' buffet breakfast is included 7 days per week†
  • Afternoon tea/ coffee and freshly baked cake†
  • 4-course evening meals, including pre-dinner apèritif, choice of complimentary wines with dinner followed by tea/coffee & chocolates†
  • Special celebratory dinners on Christmas Day and New Year's Eve
  • Friendly service from your Chalet Hosts
  • Call us for more info on Chalet cuisine

†Breakfast hot option, afternoon tea and dinner is 6 days per week, due to Chalet hotel staff's day off.

We update Chalet Chaperon Rouge's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Verbier - about holidays in Verbier - about ski holidays in Verbier - about ski holidays in Verbier Switzerland

Vast interlinked 4 Valleys area Vibrant and varied après ski Chocolate box Swiss chalets Incredible scenery

The Côte d’Azur of winter resorts with some of the best off piste in the Alps. As the favourite ski destination of royals and celebs as well as top skiers and boarders from around the world, Verbier is the place to combine world class skiing with a posh party atmosphere back in town.

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Great for Families Groups Non skiers

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Snow Forecast: 5cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 85.83cm

Verbier trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Geneva (GVA)170km, 2h30
Zurich (ZRH)280km, 3h
Region:Switzerland, Alps.
First opened:1937

Verbier lift pass price last reported as CHF317 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Chaperon Rouge.
Night skiing: Torch lit descents available
Verbier has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1500m
Top of slopes: 3330m
Bottom of piste: 1500m
Vertical drop: 2509m
Total length of trails:213.8km
Longest piste:15km
Established in 1937, posh party town Verbier covers a sunny plateau slap bang in the middle of Switzerland’s 4 valleys – which just happens to be one of Europe’s biggest and best ski areas. The easy-on-the-eye architecture’s a pretty mix of wood and slate, but it’s what you’ll find within some of these walls that’ll blow your socks off… Blending in with dozens of classic chalets and ski hotels, this place has some of the most luxurious lodgings on the planet. Some hotels come with designer suites an...
As well as being famous for its off-piste routes, Verbier’s well groomed slopes are well known as some of the most challenging in the Alps. Although it mainly attracts intermediate, advanced and expert level skiers seeking adventurous off-piste and steeps experience, the 37 local pistes covering 100km provide for all abilities. The resort has three areas specifically for beginners, including the gentle slopes at Les Moulins, which has a children’s area and Les Esserts, with its 120m magic carpet. Those with ...
Many say Verbier’s après is the main reason to visit – it’s certainly some of the best in the world and if you want to increase the odds of bumping into Prince Harry or Leonardo di Caprio on the dance floor, there’s no better place to party. From a good old pint in a lively pub (we love Nelson’s and Pub Mont Fort) to swanky cocktails with the socialites at Cordee de Alps, the nightlife is wonderfully varied. An absolute legend is the Farinet - with a huge sliding roof, a commanding position over the mai...

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"Helpful host. Trad cosy chalet. Really impressed."

Simon, Tranent
5/ out of 5
This is an excellent chalet, I’d never done a chalet holiday before but I was really impressed. The chalet host was very helpful and everything was comfortable and warm. The inside was what I expected, with traditional chalet decor, slightly chocolate boxey. We stayed in a twin room, you don’t have your own en-suite bathroom but there were two bathrooms on that floor. Downstairs, the lounge and dining area are combined. The food standard was very good, with a different meal every night and everything being fresh and well presented. It’s handy for the slopes with only about a five minute walk to the main lift.

"Brilliant week, nice chalet."

Lee, Isle of Man
5/ out of 5
The chalet’s in central Verbier so it has a good location. It’s quite nice only being a 10 person chalet as you get quite a family feel. I was staying with a friend and we had the top room with an en-suite shower. The room was nicely presented in a pine cabin style. The girls that ran it were lovely, but there were some little things like they overloaded the dishwasher which meant the plates weren’t completely clean. The other downside was that when we arrived on the Saturday night, we were given bath towels which got changed on the Monday, but when they changed them we were given hand towels and had to use them until the Friday when we got proper towels back (they had a problem with the usual supply). The food on the night we arrived was too salty because it had been left too long, but overall it was fine as the week went on. The menus they did on a daily basis were always varied. None of the downsides spoiled the holiday at all and we had a really nice time. It’s not a 5* hotel and we didn’t expect one.

"Don't be fooled by the rating..."

Shaun Witts
3/ out of 5
This very basic chalet is in a great location (close to main lift) and is actually fine for the price, but no way is it 4* so don’t expect too much: There is no boot dryer for ski boots. In fact ski boots had to be left haphazardly on the floor of the rear porch along with any skis/snowboards. Whilst there was an old (CRT) TV, it was not really useable. There was no remote and no aerial connection so no local/cable TV (and no possibility to watch any of the winter Olympics). It only functioned with the (temperamental) DVD player. The chalet coffee machine was broken and never replaced, so only instant coffee was generally available. The mixer showers are not thermostatic so are very sensitive, especially if more than one is in use at the same time. Some site details for this chalet state that it has en-suite facilities, but that only applies to one room. In other respects it is clean and comfortable. Parking would have been impossible despite being advertised with adequate parking – because the front had never been cleared of snow. Oh, and Verbier now charge a non-refundable CHf5 for the ski pass card.
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