Hotel Montpelier

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Hotel Montpelier is an exceptionally well-regarded hotel locally. With its superb facilities coupled with the friendly and professional Hotel service, guests are more than happy with this fabulously well-appointed hotel and it has become a firm favourite.

Entering the 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!

The 'pièce de la resistance' in the 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.

The Hotel Montpelier is well placed in Verbier. It is just a short stroll to the resort centre (approx. 5-7 minutes' walk/700m) 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 Hotel and its leisure facilities.


The quickest way to get to the Médran lifts is by the frequent and free bus service (just 2 minute bus ride!) 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.

  • Swimming Pool
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Bar
Guide price
£965pp was £1,205 save £240
  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 14 December 2019
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Bed & Breakfast
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The hotel has a range of bedrooms, suites and apartments for you to choose between.

Single Room

Superior Room

Deluxe Room

Junior Suite

Deluxe Suite

Two Bedroom Apartment

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2 Customer reviews

Reviewed by Lesley Lee

Hotel Montpelier is a few minutes walk to the bus stop where the free buses arrive about every 15 minutes and go in a loop to both Medran and Savoleyres.

Reviewed by Nicky Bromhall

The Hotel Montpelier in Verbier was excellent. The staff were friendly and always willing to please. The bedroom and lounge were large, well furnished and clean, with plenty of room for three of us. The wellness spa in the Montpelier was a great bonus at the end of the day, as well as the delicious cakes served at afternoon tea, which was always a treat!

Resort details


Verbier is one of the most gloriously situated ski resorts in the Alps with superb skiing and charming chalets.

One of the largest lift-linked areas in the world, Verbier is part of the Four Valleys ski area giving skiers access to 412km of downhill skiing on 205 pistes. The resort is snowsure too thanks to its high elevation at 2500 meters. Advanced skiers are particularly well taken care of in Verbier with the legendary Tortin snow bowl and the awesome clouloirs down from Les Attelas.

Verbier has the exciting buzz of a young resort and it plays host to a young and young-at-heart clientele. The French-speaking Swiss Romande locals are generally more laid-back than their German-speaking counterparts and they foster an agreeable atmosphere of informality in this fashionable, cosmopolitan resort. Being just over an hour and half's drive from Geneva, Verbier is much favoured as a weekend ski destination and it is at this time that the slopes and bars are at their busiest. 

Comprising hundreds of small wooden chalets and many larger, but still chalet-shaped, apartment blocks and hotels built of concrete but clad in wood, Verbier sometimes looks as though it has existed for centuries. In fact serious development only began after the last war, when the first ski lift was erected. The resort is far from compact and many chalets are quite a long walk or short bus ride from either of the main lift stations and the village centre. On the other hand, most of the chalets have uninterrupted views and spacious private gardens and terraces.

Verbier was once given a rough ride by the British press, principally on account of its queuing problems, but also because of a curious inverted snobbery about the type of Brits who holiday there. However the construction of new lifts has eliminated virtually all of the queue bottlenecks and the eight-seater gondola from Tortin to Chassoure finally removed one of the Alps’ most notorious queuing blackspots. The proportion of British guests peaked in the ‘80s and then dropped off, but it is once again on the rise.


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