Plan your Visit

Getting there by plane and train

There are many ways to reach Verbier. You could fly to Geneva airport and then drive to Verbier (the snow conditions in January may result in a 2.5 hours transfer by car).

The most inspiring way to travel to Verbier however is to take the train from Geneva airport to Le Chable (2.5 hours), which takes you along Lake Geneva with beautiful mountains in the background. From Le Chable you then take the gondola up to Verbier (15 minutes).

From Geneva airport you could travel by train (this is the nicest option!), shared bus or taxi:

Tesla Transfers (private) 
May Taxi (private)  
Alpine Express (shared)  
Alpy Bus (shared) 

Alternatively, you could fly to Milan or Zürich and take the train to le Chable from there (both approx 3,5 hours). 


Verbier Art Summit offers special accommodation deals in collaboration with hotels in Verbier. Rooms at a reduced rate will be offered by:

  • Hotel Cordée (5 star)
    20% discount for Superior rooms: CHF 500 per night (breakfast included)
    Minimum stay is 2 nights. In case of non availability in Superior room, 20% discount can be applied to the other room types.
    Special code for discount: CDART18
  • Hotel W (5 star)
    10% discount on the available online rates
    Special code for discount: GARTSUM (to be mentioned to the reservation department)
  • Hotel Vanessa (4 star)
    10% discount on the available online rates
    Inform Hotel Vanessa that you are attending the Verbier Art Summit when booking

Other suitable hotels include:

Lastly, we have a dedicated partner in Verbier, Verbier Hospitality, who can assist you with your transfer and hotel (or chalet/apartment stay). Please contact Lisette Schellekes (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / +41 (0)27 771 85 87).


With its 400 km of runs, Verbier is the main resort in Switzerland’s largest ski area. Make sure to bring your ski equipment with you, as there will be some time to skiing down the spectacular slopes in Verbier.

The Medran Lift is located on Rue de Medran, right in the heart of Verbier. Here you can purchase lift passes for the Verbier and 4 Vallees ski area and the necessary mountain/ski insurance.

For more information about skiing, please consult the Official website of Verbier ski lift company.


With its 40 years of experience in Verbier, Au Vieux Verbier is considered to be one of the favourite restaurants by locals. If you want to taste the regional cuisine, Le Caveau is an excellent choice too, cheese lovers will love the fondue. Le Rouge Restaurant & Club is a multi-faceted establishment with class and style but without any of the stuffiness, it's also nice for après-ski. The Cordée des Alpes is a glamorous restaurant which serves Alpine haute cuisine, and the chique Chalet d'Adrien also offers fine dining. The large terrace overlooking Verbier is a favorite for Sunday lunch, with italian gourmet specialities, grilled food and a large buffet selection of cakes. The homely gourmet restaurant La Grange, besides offering classic Swiss local cuisine, has also a wide variety of local wines. 

Cafés and pubs

If you are looking for cozy places to have drinks before dinner, you can head to the new and stylish Vie Montagne, where they serve cocktails in the Club Room on the upper floor & contemporary craft beer and morning coffees at the lower ground The Bier Haus. The best place for après-ski is the Le Fer à Cheval, which has been popular since it opened in 1969. The Hotel Nevai has a high-end cocktail bar with balcony. The stylish W Café, part of the W Hotel, is situated at the foot of the Medran lift and offers fresh food and delicious beverages. The Milk Bar, with its wooden interior, is a cozy tea room famous for its hot chocolate and homemade crepes. For live music lovers, Hotel Farinet hosts live concerts on its terrace from the late afternoon until early evening.