Primarily focused on the family market, La Plagne is one of the Alp’s quieter resorts. However, amongst the restaurants and cafes are several après hot spots. So whether you prefer to soak up the last of the afternoon sun with a beer or dance on tables, La Plagne has no shortage of great après ski locations. Take a look at our pick of the best après ski and nightlife in La Plagne.
Famous for its après-ski vibes, this renovated 1993 farmhouse is one of the most popular locations on the mountain. Easily accessible for skiers of all levels, La Bergerie offers traditional table service and a snack bar. From 2pm, guests can expect a musical atmosphere with live bands, a saxophonist-singer, and a DJ on the main deck. Find La Bergerie on Mira blue run above Plagne Villages.
Set at the bottom of the slopes in Macot-la-Plagne, you can ski straight into this mine-themed tavern. Perfect for a few drinks after a day on the slopes, this traditional English pub is decorated with rock walls and iron tables, complete with lamps and old mining tools. Après ski starts at 6pm with live music, a resident DJ, and regular live sport.
Whitewashed walls and low lighting, famous for live music sets, Igloo Igloo is a favourite with locals and visitors alike. Expect live music and DJs every night of the week. Open from 4pm every day, enjoy a cold beer or cocktail while waiting for the live music and DJs starting at 9 pm. Similarly, Igloo Igloo offers a generous happy hour from 4-8pm every evening, so be sure to get down early for the more budget-conscious party-goers.
For those looking to enjoy a traditional apres-ski late lunch, Les 2 Zèbres is a restaurant come apres-ski bar. Unmissable on the mountain for its multi-coloured decking chairs, with a central slopeside location. Highly regarded by guests for its traditional Savoyard menu, this is a must-visit destination in Le Plagne. This is a great place to start your evening before heading into La Plagne.
On the slopes at Plagne Bellecote, Le Bonnet is a modern, airy chalet open until 7pm. Inside big screens show action sports films, and DJs play on the large terrace. Meanwhile, offering good value, alongside drinks, it serves street food-style burgers and hot dogs. In addition, be sure to book ahead of visiting as Le Bonnet is a hotspot with visitors.
Looking for nightlife in La Plagne? Le Saloon is situated in the centre of Belle Plagne and is one of the main clubs in La Plagne. Complete with happy hour and live music, the Saloon bar is a popular choice for those looking for après ski and serious dancing. With three separate large dance floors, known for being packed until around 5 am. Expect loud music and to dance the night away.
To find out more about La Plagne après ski and nightlife. To speak to our experts, call us on 020 7471 7700.
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