St. Moritz After Dark Featured

When the sun goes down, the fun doesn't stop in St. Moritz.

by Angelina Hazzouri

Long days of skiing result in wanting to unwind. Perhaps your time away consists of letting off some steam from the work week, or you're just enjoying a weekend hitting the slopes with family. Whatever it is, the fun doesn't have to stop once it gets dark out. Here is our guide for things to do in St. Moritz when the sun goes down.

King's Social House

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Transforming your evening into a night of glamour in the heart of St. Moritz, King's Social House provides incredible views of the Engadin landscape paired with lively music and creative drinks - what more could you ask for? Formerly called King's Club, this establishment is famed as Switzerland's oldest nightclub, and with that reputation comes many great qualities. King's Social House has a delectable a-la-carte menu that includes many upscale options like Poached Lobster and a Ceviche Tower, as well as your ski-town comfort foods, such as a Veal & Foie Gras Burger and Truffle & Parmesan Fries. At the bar, you'll find creative cocktails - even some served hot to warm you up after a long day spent on the mountain. King's Social House wouldn't be complete, of course, without its extensive wine list and mouthwatering dessert options. Enjoy a night here full of delicious food, elaborate drinks and of course, dancing.

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Corvatsch Night Skiing

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Skiing is not just a daytime activity in St. Moritz - Friday nights turn into Corvatsch Snow Night, taking you down Switzerland's longest floodlit slope, turning any night on the mountain into a party. At 7pm, the sun is down and the lights come on, as the powdery 4.2 km long slope opens up. On your journey down the mountain, you have the opportunity to stop at one of Corvatsch's cosy mountain restaurants for a snack on the slope. Enjoy freshly-made pizza from the wood-fired oven paired with hot chocolate - a St. Moritz favorite. An icon of the upper Engadin, the floodlit piste is a remarkable skiing adventure that can even be booked privately during other nights of the week, perfect for your weekend in this magical ski town.

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Hossa Bar


Hossa Bar is the place to be for après-ski. Every Friday night after Snow Night, locals and visitors alike gather in this classic St. Moritz meeting place for cold beers and hot chocolates, gastronomic bar food, and casual conversation. Here you'll find everyone fresh off the slopes in ski attire, as the legendary indoor-outdoor bar is conveniently located at the foot of Corvatsch's floodlit slope. Live music and guest DJs keep the crowds coming every year, and you're sure to meet some people you won't forget at Hossa Bar.


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