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It's Still Winter in Switzerland!


The Lodge at Verbier, Switzerland.

Sir Richard Branson’s stunning mountain retreat, perched high in the Swiss Alps in Verbier, is a perfect year-round escape. The 13 friendly and experienced staff include a Necker Island trained General Manager, an activities co-ordinator, spa therapist, Raymond Blanc trained chef and Bam Bam – the chalet dog. Each one is dedicated to tailor-making each guest experience…. People may arrive as guests but often leave as friends.

Individual rooms now available. Experience winter at The Lodge without hiring the whole chalet! We’ve got individual rooms available in March and April 2012 for 3, 4 or 7 nights. Exceptional meals and drinks, (plus champagne and all the usual inclusions!). The team can also organize all your transfers, lift passes, lessons and ski equipment for an additional cost.

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The Lodge, VerbierThe Lodge, VerbierThe Lodge, Verbier

The Lodge, VerbierThe Lodge, Verbier


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Verbier, “the resort that smiles at the sun”, and the second largest resort in the Swiss Alps, is a delightful French speaking village located on a sunny plateau, on the grand circuit of the “4 Valleys” ski area.

Situated between the Matterhorn and Mont-Blanc at a height of 5,000 feet, Verbier has one of the largest skiing areas in Europe. Your lift ticket is honored at the 100 plus lifts and cable cars which service over 250 miles of ski runs. This vast ski area is topped by Jumbo, the Verbier-Mont-Fort cable car, with a 150 person capacity. Ascending to almost 11,000 feet, this telepherique opens up some of the steepest mechanically accessible ski runs in the Alps. Moderate to easy runs are plentiful and the “4 Valleys” 200 instructors are there to help you develop your skills.

Verbier’s ultramodern sports center enables you to play tennis, squash, ice-hockey, curling, skating and swimming. Verbier has some 60 restaurants plus 9 nightclubs and pubs, and though sporty and active, appreciates an equally calm and relaxing atmosphere. For nonskiers, nearby cities such as Montreux and Lausanne are easily accessible by public transportation.

Ask Trisha Iannazzi, your Swiss mountain specialist for more details.
Trip prices are per person and subject to availability.

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