Chalet Sabrina

Located in the heart of Verbier’s lively town centre, Chalet Sabrina sits just around the corner from the renowned Mont Fort pub and just 100 metres from the main Medran lift station that whisks you up into the 4 Vallées ski area. Split into two levels on the 3rd and 4th floor of the Astoria building which is above the Off-Shore café, skiers looking to be close to the slopes and the party scene will love this chalet’s location.

There are balconies on both levels of this apartment one accessed via the lounge with a traditional log burning fireplace and the other balcony is reserved for the occupiers of the master bedroom (which also has an en-suite shower room). The two other guest bedrooms share a separate bathroom with bath and wc.

The chalet decor is elegantly traditional, with cosy features, natural wood throughout, granite surfaces, voluptuous burgundy leather sofas and rich coloured fabrics and warm lighting creating a real home from home in the Swiss Alps. Facilities include Wi-Fi, Sky TV and DVD player, an underground parking space, communal heated boot and ski rooms, lift, as well as shared laundry facilities (also accessed by other residents of the building).

  • WiFi
  • Terrace
  • Close to slopes

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Third Floor:

Open plan sitting, dining and kitchen area. Guest wc. Balcony

Fourth Floor:

Room 1: king double with en-suite shower and wc. Balcony

Room 2: bunk bedroom

Room 3: king double

1 x separate bathroom with bath and wc

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Verbier is one of the most gloriously situated ski resorts in the Alps, with superb skiing and charming chalets. The lively town has the exciting buzz of a young resort, which is notoriously brimming with keen skiers and après lovers. Being just over an hour and a half's drive from Geneva, Verbier is a much-favoured ski weekend destination and you will soon feel at home in the laid-back atmosphere of the town. Situated in the centre of the 4 Valleys, Verbier town is perched upon a sun-drenched plateau which gives way to a vast ski area with exciting terrain to thrill skiers and boarders of all abilities.

Comprising hundreds of small wooden chalets and much larger, but still chalet-shaped, apartment blocks and hotels 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 traditional, authentic feel of the resort can be felt throughout, and it is famed for being a truly picturesque and idyllic holiday location which has accommodation offering wonderful panoramic views across the valley. Visitors not enticed by the thrilling descents on offer up the mountain will be delighted by the varied, bustling town which is home to a huge range of gourmet eateries, designer shops and fabulous bars.


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