St. Moritz’s après scene is muted compared to Swiss rivals such as Zermatt or Verbier, but there are still huts on the mountain where you can linger over a last drink before descending to bars in the valley. The after-dinner scene is sophisticated and, of course, given St. Moritz’s reputation for upscale glamour, expensive.
With its first class shops on Via Serlas, be it in Cartier, Hermès or a fine Swiss chocolatier, art galleries and spas, après ski activities are not limited to bars and cafes. St. Moritz also offers a host of varied winter activities and outdoor events throughout the season, most of which focus on the frozen lake – including horse-drawn carriage rides, snow polo championships, the White Turf horse race event, and ice skating.
For more St. Moritz inspiration, see our guides to the resort’s best accommodations and restaurants.