Regarded as the Ibiza of the Alps, Ischgl has an infamous reputation for being the loudest European resort. Situated in the Tyrolean Alps, Ischgl attracts a predominantly Austrian Germanic crowd. However, this is not one to be missed by après-loving Brits who can expect piste-side partying to develop into traditional Bavarian foot-stomping and sing-a-longs. Take a look at our pick of the best après ski and nightlife in Ischgl.
The first port of call when looking to enjoy après ski in Ischgl: Kitzloch. Situated in Galfeisweg 3, at the end of the valley run Pardatschgratbahn. Guests can expect to enjoy live DJs playing well-known Tyrolean hits. Make sure to try the spare ribs for the ultimate Tyrolean experience while visiting this bar-come restaurant.
At Champagnerhütte you can transition seamlessly into late-night Ischgl après-ski after a day on the slopes. Part of the centrally located five-star Schloss hotel, Champagnerhütte is known for its more stylish exclusive atmosphere serving a variety of top-end bubbles from 3pm onwards.
Directly at the base to Silvrettabahn A1 Gondola within the Silvretta Hotel. Khustall offers a non-stop party for all visitors combined with great DJs and a rustic atmosphere. When visiting Khustall, be sure to get down early as this popular après ski bar will be busy before 3 pm every day.
Restaurant Alpenhaus is a must-visit for panoramic views and delicious food. Located on the Idalp at 2300m altitude, Restaurant Alpenhaus is one of the highest restaurants in the Tyrolean Alps. Guests can expect to enjoy world-renowned dishes such as the carpaccio, chamois roast, and sea bass. Following a meal, be sure to enjoy the fur-clad sundeck before heading down to catch the final lifts.
Perfect for visitors looking for the authentic Tyrolean alpine experience, Trofana Alm is known for its traditional lederhosen waiters, steins, ‘silly’ music, and overall fun atmosphere.
To find out more about Ischgl après ski and nightlife, please speak to our experts on 02074717700.
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