In this quick roundup, we show you the best Après Ski videos 2018 from the Alps.
5. La Folie Douce – Val D’Isere
La Folie Douce is one of the most well-known bars on the slopes in most big resorts. If anyone tells you they are going to the Folie. You will know that they will have a good time, so no doubt this isn’t the last time it will be in our top 5. Click here to see our Val d’Isere accommodation range for 2018.
4. Mooserwirt – St Anton
Mooserwirt is a bar like no other. Situated in the Austrian skiing village of St Anton, it has an Après party from 3:30 till 8 every day. Their house DJ has been there for over 20 years but still is yet to disappoint a crowd. Have a look for yourself! We have a superb range of catered chalets for 2018 for large groups who want to live in the centre of town.
3. Cocorico Après Ski Bar – Val D’Isere
Cocorico bar is found right in the centre of Val D’Isere. Always busy this après ski bar knows how to party. Playing all the classics for everyone to enjoy accompanied by some occasional pyrotechnics this is an ideal party bar. If you want to be close to Cocorico, the Hokkaido (sleeps 10) is the chalet for you!
2. Rond Point – Meribel
Rond Point, meaning roundabout in English, is just slightly further down a run where at the top is La Folie Douce. This means that everyone who has gone to the Folie usually ends up at the Rond Point giving it a very loud and rowdy reputation. Which fortunately for its customers it lives up to it every day throughout the entire season. Click here for more information on where to stay in Meribel.
1. La Folie Douce – Meribel
Who else could we put at number 1 but the most infamous bar in the 3 valleys? Known for their extravagant dancers, family friendly vibes, dancing on tables and last but not least their own mini zip line for bottles of champagne from the DJ to the VIP lounge. La Folie Douce is by far the number one Après Ski Bar in the whole of the Alps.
Which one is your favourite?
Thank you to Hugo North for his recommendations.