The latest place to stay or après-ski in the picture perfect Swiss Alpine ski town of Verbier is the Experimental Chalet. The newly opened hotel is the fourth hotel property from the Experimental Group, the team behind the Balagan in Paris, London’s Henrietta Hotel, and Ibiza’s Experimental Beach Club.
The hotel designed by Italian interior designer Fabrizio Casiraghi, offers a stylish update to traditional Swiss ski lodges. The wood balconies and classic red shutters are true to the hotel’s Swiss roots while the interiors trade rustic warmth for mid-century jewel tones and muted velvet pastels. The chic retro minimalism is playful and feels curiously new in a mountainside chalet.
A selection of 39 rooms and suites include balconies and jacuzzis with panoramic views of the peaks and Mont Blanc, but with a delicious restaurant by Parisian chef Grégory Marchand, a cocktail bar, spa, and legendary late-night spot, The Farm Club, downstairs you won’t want to stay in your room for long.
39 rooms & suites include balconies and jacuzzis with panoramic views