- Blending world-class design and impeccable service in the dramatic beauty of the Swiss Alps, 7132 Hotel is the final word in luxury.
- The experience begins upon arrival, with the serene beauty of the mountains surrounding the striking architecture — starting with the hotel’s sinuous, sculpted entrance.
- 7132 Hotel is extraordinary year-round. With discreetly attentive service, stunning Alpine gardens, and the highest standards from cuisine to spa, it’s a hotel that makes an impact from the moment you arrive.
- Stay in one of 22 guestrooms with mountain-facing terraces, including Presidential and Penthouse Suites by star architect Kengo Kuma.
- Sip delicious coffee and innovative cocktails at glass-walled 7132 Blue Bar, with spectacular Alpine views and live jazz music.
- Explore a listed, award-winning thermal spa designed by Peter Zumthor, powered by 30 C° / 86 F° water from a natural spring.
- Browse local gifts, art, and architecture books over coffee and pastries at 7132 Shop, the hotel’s curated boutique.
- Discover the best local produce on Chef Mitja Birlo’s tasting menu at the two-Michelin-star 7132 Silver restaurant.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
It doesn’t get more Swiss than a mountain hike, however, a day’s walking in the mountains doesn’t have to be steep and difficult. We are lucky to have a stream that runs across the middle of the mountain called ‘the Bisse’.
A fleet of ‘Arapaho’ mountain Scooters is kept by Télé-Verbier, the lift operators, and you can do a lap from the top of Ruinettes down to Médran which is a short walk from The Lodge. The run takes 20 minutes on average.
Why not take to the sky and see the spectacular sites of Verbier from the air? Take a tandem flight where you can sit back and enjoy the experience, or take a course and go solo. If you would like to book a flight please let the team know and we will arrange this for you.
There are many rock-climbing areas in the Bagnes Valley, suitable for beginners and advanced climbers. These include Pierre Avoi, La Barme, Madzeria (near Mauvoisin), Sembrancher and La Fouly. The staff at The Lodge will be more than happy to arrange climbing excursions for you.
Verbier is home to the legendary Grand Raid Cristalp, stages of the Tour de Suisse and the Swiss downhill championships. With hundreds of kilometres of biking trails ranging in terrain and gradient there is something for every level of mountain biker.
Whether you’re looking for group or individual lessons, our tennis coach can prepare a tennis programme for any skill level, and we will have racquets and balls to lend to guests.
You’re really spoiled for choice when it comes to golf courses in the area, and most of the courses are within one hour’s drive from the lodge.
For families, or adventurous couples who are in the region for a longer stay, we would recommend hiring a car at Geneva airport, and making the most of the Valais area. Driving in Switzerland is very easy, and the freeways are very well maintained, with little traffic. Having your own car allows you the freedom to experience the following days away from the village.
For the avid skier or snowboarder Verbier is paradise. There are five resorts spread across four valleys, all of which are tied into one single lift pass, offering you one of the largest skiable areas in the Alps – for all levels of skiers.
For the advanced skiers in your party we can organise heli-skiing trips. This is definitely a way to get the adrenaline pumping and get away from the crowds! Your guide will meet you on the morning at The Lodge and discuss the plan and route. It could be a descent all the way from the top of Petit Combin to Fionnay, covering over 2,400m of vertical, or a couple of drops on the Glacier de Trient.
At The Lodge we’ve designed a skiing experience where the hassle factor has been edited out. If queuing in a busy ski shop isn’t your style, you’ll love that we bring the gear to you and we’ll even drive you to the lift station. There’s even a boot room in the chalet with heated boot warmers to keep your feet extra toasty.
If you can walk, you can go snowshoeing. It’s easy to do, it doesn’t require a lot of special techniques, and the fun begins as soon as you put the snowshoes on! You can choose between a casual hike through the woods or a steep climb up the mountain.
Why not take to the sky and see the spectacular sites of The Matterhorn in one direction and Mont Blanc in the other? Take a tandem flight where you can sit back and enjoy the experience.
Learn how to get the most out of your skis. Experience the g-forces of carving. Be inspired to experiment on the piste and enjoy the corduroy like never before!.
In our mogul clinic we’ll teach you the knowledge and skills needed for the bumps whilst on-piste, and then we’ll apply them in the bumps, allowing you to tackle mogul slopes with confidence and control.
There is also the opportunity to see yourself on video and receive in-depth analysis on your performance. We will sit down in front of the big screen with a warm hot chocolate or cold beer and talk you through the day’s exercises and give personal feedback from the footage.
For you thrill seekers out there looking to go beyond the normal ski trip, we can arrange heli-skiing, ski touring, ice climbing or day trips to Chamonix to ski the Vallée Blanche, or why not do a trip to Italy to ski over for lunch? Guides can be booked on arrival for these adventure trips and will be weather dependant.
If you are planning your next spa break and love design and architecture, the groundbreaking 7132 spa hotel is a must for you. Overlooking Vals and the Vals Valley, its wellness centre stands over the only thermal spring of Grisons and boasts a unique atmosphere that will help you to forget about the world and focus on your wellbeing. Designed by highly-acclaimed Swiss architect Peter Zumthor, its interior helps you draw strength from the sleek quartzite walls and the mountainside – there are large floor-to-ceiling windows with mesmerising views – before you surrender yourself to the natural healing waters of the baths.
You can also relax in an indoor and an outdoor pool; or retreat to one of the treatment rooms where professional therapists will indulge you with a wide variety of spa treatments. You can choose from innovative Ayurvedic rituals and Thalasso treatments with sea mud and kelp, to more conventional beauty and body treatments. Detox and anti-stress therapies are also available and the massages on offer are also quite the treat; especially for expectant mothers.
The 22 guestrooms and suites at 7132 Hotel blend grays and whites with warm natural woods, harmonizing with the Alpine scenery through their vast picture windows. Extraordinary attention to detail appears in every guestroom, from the ESPA bath products to the complimentary mini bar. In the view-filled suites, share downtime in spacious living rooms and lounge in king-size beds, enjoying the mountain views before moving to the steam-room shower or free-standing designer bathtub. For the ultimate in luxury, book a Presidential or Penthouse Suite, with design by Kengo Kuma. Complimentary helicopter and limousine transfers are included in these two suite categories.
The top-floor Presidential Suite designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma offer impressively simple elegance, breathtaking views and luxurious privacy. Helicopter and limousine transfer included. Consisting of three Penthouse Suites with King-size beds, electrically adjustable and a Private Dining Room.
The top-floor suites designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma offer impressively simple elegance, breathtaking views and luxurious privacy. Helicopter and limousine transfer included.
Grand Family Suite
Relax in the Grand Family Suite, do not miss anything, all that you need for happiness is here. Complete calm. Really too beautiful to leave it. If only there were not your curiosity about the 7132 Thermal Baths and the mountain landscape.
Relax in the Family Suite, do not miss anything, all that you need for happiness is here. Complete calm. Really too beautiful to leave it. If only there were not your curiosity about the 7132 Thermal Baths and the mountain landscape.
Relax in the Double Room, do not miss anything, all that you need for happiness is here. Complete calm. Really too beautiful to leave it. If only there were not your curiosity about the 7132 Thermal Baths and the mountain landscape.
Relax in the Single Room, do not miss anything, all that you need for happiness is here. Complete calm. Really too beautiful to leave it. If only there were not your curiosity about the 7132 Thermal Baths and the mountain landscape.
Relax in the Spa Suite, do not miss anything, all that you need for happiness is here. Complete calm. Really too beautiful to leave it. If only there were not your curiosity about the 7132 Thermal Baths and the mountain landscape.
Spa Deluxe Room
Relax in the Spa Deluxe Room, do not miss anything, all that you need for happiness is here. Complete calm. Really too beautiful to leave it. If only there were not your curiosity about the 7132 Thermal Baths and the mountain landscape.
Stucco lustro is a plasterwork technique of the Italian Renaissance. Zumthor has used it to combine unique, refreshingly colourful rooms with hand-painted curtains made of Habotai silk.
Mayne Stone Room
With an organically shaped all-glass shower, Thom Mayne adds an unusual touch to a room clad entirely with Vals quartzite.
Kengo Kuma has created a cosy cocoon that literally envelopes guests in modern Swiss oak panels.
7132 Hotel takes gastronomy as seriously as it takes art and design. Choose gourmet cuisine fashioned from local ingredients at the two-Michelin-starred 7132 Silver; sample contemporary twists on classic dishes at 7132 Red; or enjoy fresh pizzas at 7132 Dapapà. The afternoon tea service at 7132 BLUE Bar is exquisite and its huge picture windows make it ideal for pre-dinner cocktails.
7132 Silver Restaurant
With two Michelin Stars and 17 Gault-Millau points, 7132 Silver blends international fine dining with a true taste of the mountains. Chef Mitja Birlo is passionate about local produce — sourcing fish from Alpine lakes, and meat from animals reared on nearby pastures. His small-plate tasting menus take you on a journey through the Vals region and beyond.
7132 Red Restaurant
Head Chef Ulf Bladt, awarded with 15 Gault-Millau points, offers a relaxed à la carte dining experience, with several dishes prepared at your table. The focus is on classic Italian, Swiss, and international dishes, and the terrace offers superb views. Come in the morning for a generous breakfast buffet with a wide range of local products.
Inspired by Swiss chalet dining, this is a homey, family friendly restaurant with unique chairs and a wood-fired pizza oven. It’s the perfect spot for homemade comfort food.
7132 BLUE Bar
Enjoy afternoon tea, a light snack, or an evening cocktail at the hotel’s social hub, where wraparound glass walls deliver fabulous views. Live jazz on the Steinway concert grand piano rounds off an exquisite experience.
Stroll to Vals town center for this eatery’s crowd-pleasing hot dogs, steaks, and burgers, or to share an authentic Swiss fondue with friends.
The thermal baths are a magnificent, internationally acclaimed architectural masterpiece created by Peter Zumthor. Made from 60,000 slabs of Vals quartzite, the thermal baths were classified as a listed building shortly after completion. The unique atmosphere and the highly mineralised water that comes out of St. Peter’s spring at a pleasant 30° Celsius makes the time you spend in the baths a deeply relaxing experience. Especially if you treat yourself to a revitalising ESPA treatment at our spa.
The strength of the luxury ESPA products lies in the natural active ingredients that have been selected for their effect and therapeutic quality. They are suitable for all skin types and can be used individually or in combination to achieve visible and outstanding results – immediately and in the longer term. Relaxing essential oils and stimulating marine extracts help obtain exceptional results for face, body and mind.
Swim laps in the indoor or outdoor pool — both heated to above 30 C° / 86 F° — or take bracing dips in the fire and ice pools, maintained at 42 C° / 108 F° and 14 C° / 57 F°.