St. Moritz is a place for those with a little more cash to splash. Known for its champagne-soaked nightlife this Swiss ski resort boats the one of the most famous nightclubs in the country. Here are our tips for a fun-filled night in St. Moritz...
If you’re feeling peckish after a hard day on the slopes then the Hanselmann’s cafe is a great spot to start your apres ski. It’s more a cake and tea shop than a bar though, so if it’s glühwein (mulled wine) you’re after then head straight to the Roo Bar at Hauser’s hotel. The terrace is a great spot to relax and watch the sunset, both in the winter and the summer.
After dinner head to Bobby’s Pub for a pint of beer and a game of pool or Hotel Schweizerhof for live music with your drinks. Or, if you are looking for something a bit different the Bamyan popup bar, which is run by the Afghan ski club, serves cocktails with a twist in ultra cool surroundings with Middle Eastern touches. (Note: Bamyan is a temporary pop up open for winter 2015)
Bamyan St. Moritz (source: Facebook)
If you’re looking for late night options then you need to put on your smartest clothes in this resort. The Dracula Club at the Kulm hotel has a strict dress code and offers guests an underworld lair with a rotation of jazz acts as well as seasonal parties and special events.
Dracula St. Moritz, source: www.stmoritz.ch
Those looking to party until sunrise should head to the swanky King’s Club in Badrutt’s Palace. Located within the basement area of Badrutt's Palace Hotel and with an ever changing rota of DJs the King’s Club attracts the rich and beautiful to its famous doors. The code is “dress to impress” but note that some events do require black tie.
King's Club St Moritz, source: www.myswitzerland.com