Chalet Hotel Montpelier, Verbier

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4.2 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
Marvellous chalet hotel! We had a great, airy room. We chose a suite (room 108) which was big and had beautiful views. We had a big balcony too. It’s definitely worth it to get a suite with south-facing views. The beds were comfortable and it was very quiet. The only downside was the way the meat was cooked o... + more
Helen O'Neil, County Durham
4 out of 5
The village is nice, we enjoyed walking around it. There are lots of little shops. It’s Switzerland so of course it’s a little bit expensive. I loved the pastries and fresh croissants and the chocolate. I missed that about Switzerland – we went in the supermarket and I remembered the lovely bread! We brought... + more
Helen O'Neil, County Durham
3 out of 5
Verbier - really top resort, great skiing/boarding, great bars, cafe's, night life etc Accommodation was superb, the staff were very friendly and helpful - the food they cooked was high restaurant standard - I would definetely go back Thanks again to Sno !! + more
Chris Deeming, Bristol
5 out of 5
We had a very good holiday here, the chalet was lovely, only draw back is that the wifi was not good at all, you had to go to the reception to use it, but apart from that everything was fantastic. The staff were tremendous, all young but very attentive. The food was really good, only thing is that the dining ti... + more
Christopher Carroll, Stirling
4 out of 5
The Montpelier has fantastic views over Verbier and is very popular with groups, families and couples who are looking for the more convivial and friendly atmosphere of a catered chalet over a regular half board hotel. This is a very high standard property for the price, with excellent facilities and a great opp... + more
Louise, Sno Staff
5 out of 5
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Location - where is Chalet Hotel Montpelier

Only approx. 5-7 minute’s walk (700m) to the resort centre and a further 5 minutes on to the Médran lifts.

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Chalet Hotel Montpelier

The addition of the Montpelier to our portfolio in Verbier last year was something of a coup as it is an exceptionally well-regarded hotel locally. With its superb facilities coupled with our friendly and professional Chalet Hotel service, our first guests were more than happy with this fabulously well-appointed hotel and it has already become a firm favourite.

'Location location, location!'

The Chalet Hotel Montpelier is well placed in Verbier. It is just a short stroll to the resort centre with its fabulous shops and restaurants, as well as the numerous aprés ski venues, assuming that you wish to go out and leave behind the comfortable Chalet Hotel and its leisure facilities.

Ski Area Access

The quickest way to get to the Médran lifts is by the frequent and free bus service that stops just 100m from the front door. As with all things Swiss, you can rely on its timekeeping and efficiency so you will never be kept waiting long. For those who prefer to make their own way to the lifts, it is a 10-12 minutes' walk.

Excellent Chalet Hotel Facilities

Entering the Chalet Hotel Montpelier you are immediately struck by its welcoming warmth and charm. The stunning reception area, bar, lounge and dining rooms are cleverly inter-linked ensuring a soothing and ambient cosiness overall.

The excellent bedrooms are split over four floors on two separate sides of the hotel, each with their own stairway and lift. The bedrooms range in size from single bedrooms to suites that will sleep up to four guests and most have en suite facilities and balconies. The impressive suites have two separate sleeping areas; a twin bedroom and a lounge with one or two sofa-beds, so offer a unique opportunity for two friends to have separate and spacious sleeping quarters at minimal additional cost. One, Suite 312, even has two separate bathrooms both with bath and wc!

The 'pièce de la resistance' in the Chalet Hotel Montpelier has to be the Wellness Spa with its indoor swimming pool with floor to ceiling windows overlooking a south-facing terrace across the valley and to the mountains beyond. The pool has a special feature for those with energy to swim against its exhausting current as well as an attractive cascading fountain. The additional sauna and steam room offer further ways to unwind before sitting poolside and relaxing whilst soaking up the awesome Alpine views.


Facilities - Chalet Hotel Montpelier features

  • Only approx. 5-7 minute’s walk (700m) to the resort centre and a further 5 minutes on to the Médran lifts.
  • 2 minutes' ride by free ski bus to Médran lifts (bus stop just 100m)
  • Wellness Centre with indoor heated swimming-pool, sauna, steam room, power showers and relaxation area
  • Atmospheric bar and spacious comfortable lounge
  • Stylish dining-room and separate breakfast room
  • Large south-facing terrace with fabulous views across the valley
  • Free Wifi
  • Full Chalet Hotel buffet breakfast with daily hot option
  • 'Piste Picnic' packed lunches available
  • Afternoon tea/coffee with a selection of cakes
  • 5-course dinners with a choice of menu including apéritif, choice of complimentary quality wines, coffee and chocolates

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Occupancy: 83 - 101 guests guests

Accommodation Summary

Lower Ground Floor

Swimming pool and Wellness Spa, heated ski and boot room

Ground Floor

Main entrance, reception, lounge, bar and dining room

First Floor - West

  • Rooms 101, 102, and 103

    Twin with bath/wc and balcony

  • Suite 104

    Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with single sofa bed) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony.

  • Room 105

    Twin with bath/wc

Second Floor - West

  • Room 201A

    Twin sharing adjacent bath/wc with Room 201B

  • Room 201B

    Twin with balcony sharing adjacent bath/wc with Room 201A

  • Room 202

    Twin with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Suite 203

    Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with single sofa bed) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Room 204

    Twin with bath/wc

Third Floor - West

  • Suite 304

    Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with single sofa bed) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Room 305

    Twin with bath/wc

Fourth Floor - West

Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with single sofa bed) with bath/wc and balcony

  • Suite 404

    Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with single sofa bed) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Room 405

    Twin with bath/wc

First Floor - East

  • Room 106

    Twin with bath/wc

  • Suite 107

    Twin/triple/quad (twin bedroom and separate lounge with two single sofa beds) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony.

  • Suite 108

    Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with single sofa bed) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Room 109

    Twin with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Rooms 110 & 112

    Twin with bath/wc and balcony

  • Room 111

    Single with bath/wc and balcony

  • Room 114

    Small twin with bath/wc

Second Floor - East

  • Rooms 205, 209 and 211

    Twin with bath/wc and balcony

  • Suite 206

    Twin/triple/quad (twin bedroom and separate lounge with two single sofa beds) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Suite 207

    Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with single sofa bed) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Room 208

    Twin with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Room 210

    Single with bath/wc and balcony

  • Room 212

    Small twin with bath/wc and balcony

Third Floor - East

  • Rooms 306 and 310

    Twin with bath/wc and balcony

  • Suite 307

    Twin/triple/quad (twin bedroom and separate lounge with two single sofa beds) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Suite 308

    Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with single sofa bed) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Room 309

    Twin with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Room 311

    Single with bath/wc and balcony

  • Suite 312

    Triple/quad (twin bedroom with bath/wc and separate room with double sofa bed) and bath/wc and balcony

Fourth Floor - East

  • Rooms 406 and 410

    Twin with bath/wc and balcony

  • Suite 407

    Twin/triple/quad (twin bedroom and separate lounge with two single sofa beds) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Suite 408

    Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with single sofa bed) with bath/wc and south-facing balcony

  • Room 411

    Single with bath/wc and balcony

  • Suite 412

    Twin/triple (twin bedroom and separate lounge with sofa bed) with bath/wc and balcony

Additional Information

Supplements per person per night: Balcony £0.90, Bath/wc £1.50, Bath/wc/balcony £2.50, Bath/wc and south-facing balcony £3.50, Single with bath/wc/balcony £4.95,
Twin/triple Suites when 2 sharing £3.95 (No supplement for 3 sharing)
Twin/triple/quad Suites when 2 sharing £5.95 (No supplement for 3 or 4 sharing)
Suite 312 when 3 sharing £2.95
Rooms 201A and 201B can also work as a suite sharing a private lounge between the two rooms.
£50 per person reduction for guests in rooms 114 and 212.


Meals - food and drink in Chalet Hotel Montpelier

Afternoon tea/coffee with a selection of cakes . 5-course dinners with a choice of menu including apéritif, choice of complimentary quality wines, coffee and chocolates

Piste Picnics

Our Chalet Hotels can also prepare a packed lunch for you on request, at a small local charge. For skiers keen to keep their Euro-spending to an absolute minimum, this is the ideal way to keep your costs down!

Afternoon Tea

The traditional 'welcome home' after a day on the slopes will be laid out for you in your chalet or Chalet Hotel, ready for your return, every day except on the staff's one day off per week. A good cup of tea or coffee is the perfect accompaniment to a delicious slice of freshly home-baked cake and keeps hungry skiers happy until dinner is ready. As an added benefit for guests in our Chalet Hotels, our chefs prepare a selection of cakes for afternoon tea.

Children's High Tea

In Chalets and Chalet Hotels with family guests, High Tea provides children under 13 years with a healthy menu, tailored more towards children's tastes and puréed food is available for infants on request. High Tea is at 5.30pm, and children do not join the main adult-only dinner.

Children's High Tea in Chalet Hotels

New for 2013/14 Season - Families staying in one of our Chalet Hotels may choose to eat separately (High Tea at 5:30pm) or all dine together at the later adult dinner time if children who have received a child discount pay the meal upgrade charge of £39 at the time of booking only

Dinner in Chalets

A tasty and innovative, freshly cooked dinner will be prepared for you six nights per week by your Chalet Host - or by an experienced and professional chef in our larger chalets - and served with a choice of wines. Our four-course adult-only chalet dinners start with canapés and an apéritif, followed by an appetiser, main course and dessert, and completed by coffee with chocolates to round off your evening.

Your choice of complimentary quality wines is unlimited during the meal service, and freshly chilled water is also of course always available.

Culinary Choice Dinners in Chalet Hotels

A special feature of our Chalet Hotels is a more extensive culinary experience for our guests. With the greater kitchen facilities of a hotel, our professional chefs are able to offer choices of menu at dinner, generally including lighter as well as more hearty options, and always a vegetarian choice for each course. Guests will be asked to choose their evening meals at breakfast for that evening from a varied daily selection.

Our Chalet Hotel adult-only dinners offer 5 courses, starting with canapés and an apéritif, followed by an appetiser, main course and dessert, and a cheese selection to round off your meal in style. All this is then followed by coffee with chocolates to complete your evening's repast! Your choice of complimentary quality wines is unlimited during the meal service and freshly chilled water is also of course always available.

Vegetarian and Special Diets

Vegetarian options are always on our 'Culinary Choice' menu in our Chalet Hotels, and are available in our chalets if you advise us in advance. Other special diets can generally be catered for at a cost of £35 per person per week. Any dietary requirements must be advised to us at the time of booking in order for us to be fully prepared.

We update Chalet Hotel Montpelier'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.

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.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Non skiers

Verbier webcam

Snow Report: Top 200cm, Bottom 30cm

Snow Forecast: 18cm expected this week

Snow History: March average depth 183cm

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 Hotel Montpelier.
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
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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 ...
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"Get a suite with south-facing views!"

Helen O'Neil, County Durham
4/ out of 5
Marvellous chalet hotel! We had a great, airy room. We chose a suite (room 108) which was big and had beautiful views. We had a big balcony too. It’s definitely worth it to get a suite with south-facing views. The beds were comfortable and it was very quiet. The only downside was the way the meat was cooked on a couple of occasions (too raw), but otherwise the food was absolutely brilliant. We loved the choice, and there was always plenty of it. The afternoon snacks were very nice – there were homemade cakes as well as savoury options. The homemade soups were lovely. Again there was always plenty at tea time and there was unlimited tea and coffee. The staff were very friendly and helpful. They were always around if you needed anything and they gave good advice. I was very impressed with their service, especially as they were quite young. There was a bus which drops you right outside and takes a couple of minutes to get to the lifts. The waiting time varied depending on when you arrived at the bus stop. It’s not ideal, I’m more used to ski in / ski out, but it was fine. There was an uphill walk to get into the village centre, we did this a few times in the evenings; it was fine without ski gear on and took about 15 minutes. My daughter was happy coming back downhill but didn’t like the walk uphill. It was nice though to walk around though, I usually like to walk around the village when I go to a ski resort. We didn’t use the wellness facilities because we got quite badly burnt on the first day, although I noticed the pool is a lot smaller than it looks in the pictures. It has beautiful views (the same as our room) but apparently it was quite cold (as swimming pools can be). We didn’t use the sauna either but the other guests said it was nice and clean. It was Easter while we were there and the hotel did do an Easter egg hunt, although my daughter sadly missed this.

"Skiing best suited to experienced skiers"

Helen O'Neil, County Durham
3/ out of 5
The village is nice, we enjoyed walking around it. There are lots of little shops. It’s Switzerland so of course it’s a little bit expensive. I loved the pastries and fresh croissants and the chocolate. I missed that about Switzerland – we went in the supermarket and I remembered the lovely bread! We brought a suitcase of chocolate back with us. The ski area is mainly for the advanced, I knew this before we went, and it was noticeable. I thought the maps and signage system wasn’t great, definitely not as clear as France where the runs have names and are clearly marked. On the first day we wanted to start on a blue run and accidentally ended up on a red, which frightened my daughter a bit. It’s definitely a good idea to get some advice about where to go before you set out on the first day if you want to start on some easier runs. It’s quite easy to get lost. After a couple of days we were fine and we knew where to go. It would be a good idea for less experienced skiers to hire an instructor/guide. I would advise beginners start over in the Savoleyres area which is further along the valley – the bus goes there. There are more gentle runs in this area. I think maybe we missed some of the easier slopes as well because it was late in the season and there wasn’t as much skiing on the lower slopes. It was beautiful weather while we were there, but April weather, so the snow got soft in the afternoon. My partner struggled at times when the snow was heavy. These were typical spring conditions though, I expected them. It’s worth it to get out early, the slopes were nicely prepared in the mornings. There were no real waiting times at the lifts, it wasn’t overly busy. One thing I would note about the ski area – if you want to ski the whole 4 Valleys then the only links are black runs. I wanted to do this, but didn’t in the end because of the black runs. Some other travellers told us they ended up getting a minibus/transfer of some type back because of the difficult links, and that cost an extra £30 on top of the area lift pass. I’m not sure if this was to do with it being late in the season or not.

"Accom superb, staff friendly, food high standard – would def’ go back"

Chris Deeming, Bristol
5/ out of 5
Verbier - really top resort, great skiing/boarding, great bars, cafe's, night life etc Accommodation was superb, the staff were very friendly and helpful - the food they cooked was high restaurant standard - I would definetely go back Thanks again to Sno !!

"Loved the food"

Christopher Carroll, Stirling
4/ out of 5
We had a very good holiday here, the chalet was lovely, only draw back is that the wifi was not good at all, you had to go to the reception to use it, but apart from that everything was fantastic. The staff were tremendous, all young but very attentive. The food was really good, only thing is that the dining times were a bit too late as I was staying with my son, so I ended up eating with the children. Otherwise no problem at all!

"Best chalet for groups and families"

Louise, Sno Staff
5/ out of 5
The Montpelier has fantastic views over Verbier and is very popular with groups, families and couples who are looking for the more convivial and friendly atmosphere of a catered chalet over a regular half board hotel. This is a very high standard property for the price, with excellent facilities and a great opportunity to meet like-minded skiers and snowboarders over supper or breakfast. If booking several families as a group, ask about getting all or most on the same floor (not essential, but sometimes nice to have).
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