St Moritz attracts fun-loving people, and enjoys a surprisingly vibrant nightlife for a little Alpine town. With a great selection of bars, cocktail lounges to nightclubs, the nights can be as lively as the days in St Moritz.
After an exhausting day on the slopes, why not wind down at a stylish bar? Enjoy an aperitif or two at the Posthaus, Pavarotti & Friends or Scala Bar: all tried and true venues for an enjoyable evening.
If you are really looking to let your hair down, head to the King's Club at Badrutt's Hotel – as one of the most popular nightclubs in town, it is the place to see and be seen and perhaps indulge in a little celeb-spotting – St Moritz is a holiday favourite with the rich and famous from all over the world. Or you might want to enjoy a game or two of blackjack or roulette with the high rollers at Casino St Moritz.
For an elegant evening, look no further than the Kempinski Lobby & Bar, well-known for its array of rare spirits and the latest sounds courtesy of the in-house DJ. Alternatively, experience the bar at Hotel Waldhaus am See, which claims to offer the world's largest selection of whiskies: whether you are a veteran or a novice to the "water of life", they are sure to have a dram to match your palate.
If live music is more your thing, pay a visit to Stübli bar in Hotel Schweizerhof, where bands and solo artists entertain the crowds most evenings. Finally, no discussion of St Moritz's nightlife could be complete without a mention of the Dracula Club: a local favourite since its opening more than 40 years ago, it has a reputation for hosting the most exclusive parties in the region.
Many of St Moritz's most popular spots are within a short walking distance of one another, so you can experience the best the town has to offer without the need to travel far. There is an incredible variety of entertainment packed into a small area – by both night and day.Back