Cordelette Penthouse

Cordelette Penthouse is a luxurious ski apartment in the Swiss resort of Verbier. Built with beautiful timber pannelling and large glass windows, this is a light and spacious property with a high-end finish. The open-plan living area is a brilliant place to socialise, with a large dining table, a well-equipped kitchen and a chic sitting room with a large fireplace.

The apartment has its own home cinema system and guests can use the facilities at neighbouring Cordee des Alpes Hotel that include a luxurious spa, indoor pool, sauna and hot tub. The mountain views from the apartment's balcony make for the perfect backdrop to a post-ski drink.

Cordelette Penthouse is offered with a private chef and host, who'll look after you through your stay. Guests enjoy cooked breakfast, afternoon tea and a three-course dinner with wine six days a week.

The Medran lift is just a ten-minute walk away and there's a free shuttle bus that picks up from the hotel next door if you prefer. It's a five-minute walk to Place Centrale in the heart of resort to enjoy the shops, restaurants and bars that Verbier has to offer.


  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • Spa
  • Terrace

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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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