The Best Val Thorens Après Ski and Nightlife

Val Thorens ski resort is not only the highest in the Three Valleys ski area, set at 2,300m, but it is also well known for its après ski. Whether you are looking for a table stomping party or something a little more relaxed, Val Thorens après ski scene has something for everyone to enjoy after a day on the slopes. Here’s our top pick of the best après ski and nightlife in Val Thorens.

Val Thorens La Folie Douce

Modelled on the original La Folie Douce in Val d’Isere, this is the place to be for après from 2pm onwards. Expect DJs, live musicians, table dancing in the sunshine and plenty of fun. This lively après spot is great for groups and a wonderful way to finish a day on the slopes.

Val Thorens Nightlife

Rhum Box

This Val Thorens après ski bar has a great atmosphere and great music too. As the name suggests, the bar is famous for its flavoured rum. There are over 30 fruit-flavoured rums for you to try. Popular with the locals, this is a definite must visit if you are looking for a more relaxed après scene.

Val Thorens après ski

The Frog and Roastbeef

A British owned bar with a great atmosphere and some of the best live music in Val Thorens. This bar serves delicious pub food and drinks, and all with a friendly service. A good place to watch all the main sporting events. Make sure you visit the bar at happy hour for some reasonable priced drinks.

Val Thorens Nightlife

Malaysia

For those who like to burn the candles at both ends and party, Malaysia is the biggest night club in the Alps. From 10pm-4am, this is where you’ll find the resort’s biggest events. DJs from all over the world have played at Malaysia, including Calvin Harris, Chase & Status and Pendulum.

Val Thorens après ski

To find out more about the best après ski and nightlife in Val Thorens, call our ski experts on 0207 471 7700.

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