The Best Courchevel Apres Ski Bars
Posted by George Biffen
Last updated on November 8th, 2017 at 02:51 pm
Courchevel has a varied and lively nightlife with loud pubs and popular nightclubs open until the early hours.
Après Ski in Courchevel is centred around the British run bars with live music being the key feature making it a popular holiday destination.
Courchevel offers possibly the most trendy, lively and varied apres ski from anywhere in the Alps. Courchevel apres ski is notorious and often high-end spenders, and can continue long into the night (early morning for some).
Here are a few of our favourite places to look out for, just make sure you don’t miss your chalet dinner!
Ku de ta
Ku de ta is known as the best après bar in 1850. It’s conveniently located next to the Forum building and things kick off at 4 pm each day.
There are great live bands to complement the atmosphere.
You can listen to this whilst sipping on a vin chaud, hot punch or a vodka from the vodka bar, depending on your choice of tipple!
Sky sports is shown here with all the big games throughout the week and the prices are fairly affordable meaning there’s something for everyone.
This nightclub is situated near the entrance of Courchevel 1850.
This is the place to go once all the other bars have run their course; people from all nationalities tend to end up here to carry on the evening.
Look out for the big pink door! Les Caves often have weekly events such as guest DJs playing a variety of sets.
This bar is not only popular with holidaymakers but also with the locals, it is however not for those on a budget, as drinks are quite expensive.
Le Tremplin is perfectly situated at the bottom of the ski runs in Courchevel 1850, making it the ideal location to stop for an après drink.
With its large terrace, you can sit back and relax with a drink, whilst basking in the sun.
They often have live music playing from 4 pm daily, and with very efficient table service you don’t even need to leave your seat.
Funky Fox is well known to holidaymakers, locals and seasonnaires.
Located next door to Sports Gliss, near the Sherpa supermarket at the top end of Courchevel 1650, this is the bar that everyone tends to end up at the closing stages of the night with dancing going on until 4 am.
The Funky Fox doesn’t really get busy until later on in the evening, people head here to dance the night away into the early hours.
They have a pool table and a Nintendo Wii which you can compete on.
Once a month there’s a drum and bass night and all major sporting events are shown on the big screen projector.
Rocky’s is part of the Hotel Les Avals and tends to attract British Clientele.
They often have themed nights which involve seasonnaires and tourists dressing up in various fancy dress outfits.
They have satellite TV and show all the main sporting matches, and they even show some of the soaps.
On certain nights of the week, they have live music and different drinks promotions.
By their own admission, this bar is a ‘coffee sipping, Mutzig slurping, Nacho munching, Ski boot dancing, late night buzzing kind of place;’ says it all really!
There are the usual special drink nights, such as ‘Mutzig Monday’, and a pub quiz during the week.
This bar really comes to life at apres with live bands to stomp around in your ski boots too. Great bar, great staff!
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