Après-ski & nightlife in St. Anton
From DJs to live music options, party it up after your day on the slopes
What would a visit to the Arlberg be without an après-ski experience – and what would après-ski be without the Arlberg? St. Anton has had a vibrant après-ski culture, closely modeled on Chamonix in France, since the 20s and 30s. There have been a few changes to the music and drinks menu, but the skiing community's desire for fun and good company is just as strong as ever.
Aprés-ski huts in the region
The numerous Alpine huts and mountain restaurants tempt guests to enjoy a drink or two and a bite to eat and are open from early afternoon onward. Live DJs add to the atmosphere at places like the "worst ski hut on the Arlberg", the Mooserwirt or the Krazy Kanguruh by the Galzigbahn valley station. You won't have much trouble finding an après-ski bar…
Nightlife in St. Anton
The pedestrian zone contains several comfortable establishments quite close to the hotel. The Piccadilly Pub and the Murrmel Bar are two first-class venues, each providing live music daily in winter. From there, your evening will likely take care of itself. We will be happy to recommend other bars in the vicinity.
Nightlife: luckily, our Steakhouse kitchen is open until 11:00pm.
Après-ski at the Sporthotel St. Anton
When you return from an exciting evening of après-ski and local nightlife, your comfortable room in the centre of St. Anton will be waiting for you. You'll get a good night's sleep before heading back to the slopes, just 200 metres away, the next morning. Send us an obligation-free holiday enquiry or book online now.