And best of all: you can enjoy a club-hopping evening without aching feet: many of the "in" spots in the heart of St. Moritz are within walking distance of each other.
After trendy bars and sun-soaked terraces in the mountains by day, the Roo Bar and Cascade await you with cool après-ski drinks. Highly recommended for a pre-dinner aperitif are the Posthaus, Scala Bar or Pavarotti & Friends.
The King’s Club in Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is one of St. Moritz discotheques. Admittedly, the aim here is to see and be seen – stars and rising-star included. The Sunny Bar in the Kulm Hotel has been renowned for decades as the rendezvous for the daredevil Cresta Run pilots. Particularly self-assured athletes demonstrate their strength with pull ups on rings hanging from the ceiling. The Kempinski Bar is famous for its rarities and cool DJ sounds or the modern high tea during the afternoon. Treat yourself to some fun!
And talking of fun: in Hotel Waldhaus am See you’ll find the world’s largest whisky bar – and while being there you’ll discover everything you always wanted to know about "the water of life". If you prefer a truly traditional ambiance, then visit the matchless Stübli in the Hotel Schweizerhof – a kind of pub with live guitar music and a lively clientele.
Last but not least: The Dracula Club is a social institution in St. Moritz. Founded by original Dracula Gunter Sachs, the club is the hot spot in St. Moritz since its opening in 1974. The most exclusive parties throughout the Engadine have always been held here.
Want to celebrate some more? You might find inspiration in St. Moritz Casino. You could well feel like James Bond when you draw cards at the Black Jack table. And by the way: when it gets dark there’s no need to go to bed in the holiday resorts around St. Moritz either. That would really be a crying shame: there are around a dozen "mustn’t miss" gems for great nights out. For example the Rote Bar in Hotel Castell in Zuoz, the Pitschna Scena in Pontresina and the Bodega in Hotel Misani in Celerina.Back