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So you’ve finished a day of skiing and are wondering what to do now the sun has gone down. Rest assured, Morzine has plenty of après ski venues where you can grab a drink, rest your legs and reminisce about the slopes you conquered (or didn’t!).
After extensive market research (for work purposes, of course!), we’ve put together a list of some of our favourite après ski destinations in Morzine.
Hotel le Tremplin
Part hotel, part restaurant and part bar, Hotel le Tremplin is located at base of the Pleney. You can ski right onto its heated outdoor terrace every day between 4-8pm, where you can find live bands and DJs every week to help you relax and catch up with friends and family. It’s well-positioned for both the begginer slopes and the new Pleney gondola, which is virtually nextdoor.
Put simply: a holiday skiing in Morzine isn’t complete without a trip to the most famous après ski venue, Bar Robinson!
A small, fun and often bustling bar owned and run by a local French family since 1926. The bar famously only serves one lager, Mutzig, which weighs in at a mere 5.5% abv and so is only to be consumed in modest quantities! Open until 8pm, it is great choice for a post ski drink, with a TV for sporting events and Wi-Fi.
Happy Hours Bar
Happy Hours Bar can be found at the bottom of the Ardent ski lift. The best time to visit is on a Wednesday when it hosts an après ski party – known locally as one of the best parties in town – with special guest DJs from 3pm to 7pm. It’s less well known for its food, which is also surprisingly good and some of the best value on the mountain.
Hotel la Kinkerne
Another hotel bar and lively après ski hotspot is Hotel La Kinkerne, based at the bottom of the Prodains lift, with links from all over Avoriaz.
Recently renevated and with a terrace you can ski right onto, it’s best to head there on a Monday and Friday when it has live music between 4:30 and 7pm. Both the bar and restaurant are traditional in style and serve up a variety of ales and wholesome local dishes.
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