St Moritz, Switzerland

Apr├Ęs-ski facilities in St Moritz

Possibly the most famous ski resort in the world, St Moritz has hosted the Winter Olympics and also features the famous Cresta ski run. St Moritz also has a number of bars and pubs for relaxing in after skiing and provides options to all ranges of skiing levels. Planning a visit? Read on to find out more.

The St Moritz resort
Possibly the world's most famous ski resort, St. Moritz has hosted the Winter Olympics of 1928 and 1948 and is the site of the famous Cresta Run. Compared to many other ski resorts, the larger size of the village of St. Moritz helps provide versatility – although it is associated with exclusivity, it can still cater for those on a limited budget. St Moritz is far from a quaint alpine village, but its lakeside setting in the Engadin Valley makes it a really stunning resort and there’s terrific skiing for all abilities.

St. Moritz skiing

Après-ski in St Moritz
The après ski possibilities are broad and varied, something available to suit all ages and pockets! There are more than 30 bars and pubs – many offering live bands and music as well as others being quiet and laid back. The bars stay open as late or early (depending on your point of view) as 4am.

A great late-night spot is the Secondo Bar, but others that score high on our list are: Hemingway, Scala-Bar, Cava and Bobby's Pub. If you’re not completely knackered after a good day’s skiing, then there are five discos and clubs, or if you fancy a flutter, there are the casinos in the Kulm Hotel and Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains.

You can pretty much eat food from all over the world in St Mortitz, with more than 60 restaurants featuring Swiss, Spanish, French, Italian, American, and Chinese specialties of exceptionally high standard. Remember, dress smart – many of the restaurants do have a dress code.

Other activities in St Moritz
St Mortitz boasts a whole host of winter activities on the frozen lake including golf, horse racing and a mass cross country race.

The ski season in St Moritz
Late November until late April or the beginning of May.

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