10 years after the opening of their first concept, the Experimental Cocktail Club in Paris, the Experimental Group has moved into the hospitality business with the Grand Pigalle Hotel in Paris in 2015 and the Henrietta Hotel in London in 2017 and now the takeover of a chalet in Verbier, Switzerland.
The Experimental Chalet has it all – beautiful design by the talented architect Fabrizio Casiraghi, food by the recently acclaimed 1 Michelin star chef, Grégory Marchand (received his first star for Frenchie in Paris), a cocktail bar (of course!), a spa and the famous Farm Club.
There are 39 rooms and suites, some with jacuzzis and terraces offering a splendid mountain view. Fabrizio Casiraghi mixes modern and authentic touches for a minimal yet warm atmosphere using colours such as aquamarine, powdered rose, and brick in public areas, and rose and deep green in the rooms and suites. Not your usual chalet decor…
At its heart of the chalet is the Cocktail Bar, on the first floor. A book, hot tea or cocktail for après-ski or cocktails to start the night, the fire always roars… Gregory Marchand’s menu includes some cool interpretations of mountain classics like rösti, spaetzle or tartiflette as well as fresh fish and salads or meat stews. Everything is carefully sourced from local artisans.
One of the most stylish stays in the Alps.
Route de Verbier, Station 55 | 1936 Verbier, Switzerland | +41 27 775 40 00