Ski Verbier Exclusive Limited

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Ski Verbier Exclusive Limited
  • Travel Company
  • Travel Service
Founded2009; 15 years ago (2009) in Chipping Norton, United Kingdom
FounderTom Avery
Headquarters27 Fairfax House, Banbury Road,
Chipping Norton
United Kingdom
Key people
  • Dan Hurlstone (CFO)
  • Harriet Kitchen (Sales Manager)
  • Polly Hancock (Sales & Marketing Manager)
  • Dibby ffrench-Constant (Concierge & Logistics Manager)
  • Sally Clifford (HR & Recruitment)

Ski Verbier Exclusive is a luxury tour operator,[1][2] with offices in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire and the ski resort of Verbier, in the Swiss Alps. The company was founded in 2009 by British polar explorer and author Tom Avery,[3][4] who had spent many years based in Verbier, training for his expeditions[5] and writing his books. In 2014, the company acquired Ski Verbier, which had been operating chalets in Verbier since 1992 and used to be part of the Kuoni Travel group.[6]

The company specialises in catered and self-catered chalet holidays to Verbier.[7] In August 2015,[8] whilst recognising that the majority of its trade is made during the winter ski season, Ski Verbier Exclusive’s summer business is growing significantly by diversifying into family-friendly activity holidays,[9] and classical music holidays to the Verbier Festival. Ski Verbier Exclusive has become synonymous with offering unrivalled luxury[10][11] in a resort which is traditionally viewed as an expensive[12][13] and exclusive resort[14][15] through operating its flagship chalet Chouqui.[16][17] More recently, Verbier has become associated with a younger and more international client base.[18]


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  8. Shollenbarger, Maria (2017-08-25). "Holiday hotspots in the Alps". Retrieved 2020-06-05.
  9. Astor, Rose. "How my children escaped the kids' club and discovered the great outdoors". ISSN 0140-0460. Retrieved 2020-06-04.
  10. Joly, Dom (2017-09-30). "Dom Joly explores how the other half ski on a luxury break in Verbier". Mail Online. Retrieved 2020-06-05.
  11. Mcguire, Caroline (2017-01-31). "Inside this season's stunning new luxury hotel and chalet openings". Mail Online. Retrieved 2020-06-05.
  12. "Why glitzy Verbier still has the power to surprise". Evening Standard. 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2020-06-05.
  13. "Switzerland's smartest ski resort just got the chalet it deserves". British GQ. Retrieved 2020-06-05.
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  15. "White Heights - Country & Town House's chicest places to ski in style". What's On? By C&TH. 2016-10-24. Retrieved 2020-06-05.
  16. Prichard, Evie (2017-01-18). "Chalet Chouqui of Verbier is a snowy paradise in the Swiss Alps". Square Mile. Retrieved 2020-06-05.
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  18. "Avoiding the steepest slopes in Verbier". Spectator Life. 2016-11-29. Retrieved 2020-06-05.

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