An ideal choice for young guests and partygoers, this comfortable hotel overlooks the main square of the international ski resort of Verbier in the Valais Alps. Hotel Farinet includes an après ski bar with live band music every night, a lounge bar with live DJs every night (until 01:30), the Pot Luck Club Restaurant and his Martini Bar open until until 04:00. The Farinet offers full concierge service, complimentary wireless internet, flat screen LCD TVs, DVD players, and a DVD library. There is a sauna and massages are available on request. All rooms are decorated in a typical chalet style and come with floor heating and south-facing balconies with stunning views over the Petit Combin and into the valley. Thanks to the room service from the bar, you can enjoy your aperitif on the balcony. The bathrooms feature free Molton Brown beauty products. I-Pod docking stations are available on request. Hotel Farinet is only a 5-minute walk from the ski lifts and is right next to the stop of the free daily bus service. Many restaurants, shops and bars are within easy walking distance. The Farinet comprises of not only the Hotel but also an After-Ski bar, a Lounge Bar with live DJs, and the Casbah nightclub. Due to our central location the atmosphere is lively and consequently noise can travel up in to the hotel.
NEW POT LUCK CLUB RESTAURANT The Pot Luck Restaurant will be “popping up” under the Farinet et with Swiss born and internationally trained chef Luke Dale Roberts, who is currently based at the hugely successful Pot Luck Club in Cape Town. South Africa's No. 1 chef, will open its sister restaurant here in Verbier, and will be running a similar menu to the Cape based Pot Luck. Luke will be joined by two of his chefs and his Restaurant Manageress, to offer an amazing menu of international culinary dishes, based on his 20 years of well travelled cooking. Attached to the restaurant will be an intimate Martini and Cocktail Bar for pre and post dinner drinks. Bookings from the 8th December Tel. Farinet on 0277716626.
The Casbah is moving home, after eight years under the Farinet it’s now taking over the old Public/Coco site.