Where could the best place be for a beer other then in "Bierhimmel", Beer heaven!? Their own Beer tastes good, the Staff is friendly, the prices normal and the music good.
The place is crowded until after midnight but later people go home or to some other dancing.
Dress Code: Whatever you like.
Depending if you get back to your accomodation after skiing you've got your skiing clothes on or anything else.
This is the place for Apres ski if you like rock music and Harley Davidson Bikes.
Normaly Apres ski music is disco and german Schlager not everybody's taste. Thats why there is the Ötzi Alm the Rock Apres ski bar.
The Place is very originaly decorated with lots of different Harley items, great for Motorbike fans!
Dress Code: For Apres Ski of course Ski clothes and ski boots. Or if you get the chance to change anything else
Where every big city has got its Hard Rock Café, Sölden has got the "Snow Rock Café"
Drinks, Beer and rock music are programme here. Some of the Music is live!
The price of the Drinks is about average.
Dress Code: go as you like.
More of a nightlife spot than apres (although a few do pop in). Already busy by around 10 people are still hanging around at 4 in the morning. Upstairs, downstairs, plenty of bars, a dancefloor and fire eaters - you cant really ask for much more!
Just a couple of minutes away from the Giggijoch lift you will find "Almrausch". Bit of a mixed bag this bar as it seems to serve both the Apres and nightlife crowd. Busy from around 4 until maybe 10. Seems to be mostly popular with the Dutch its small but with decent music, a good atmosphere and basically anything can happen. Maybe more popular with the snowboard crowd than skiers.
Very popular "outdoor" apres for the mostly ski crowd. Pumping out classic apres cheese this is all good fun. Also seems to have a small indoor section at the back (where, incidently, its easier to get server).
Right in the middle of nightlife central and close to the Giggijoch lift.
It's not really a nightspot, cause they open at 2pm and close at 7pm, but it is a great Apres-Ski when you come down again from the slopes.
And a big plus is that they are one of the cheapest (yes it can get even more expensive)
But for a good apres ski party this for sure is the place to be
Dress Code: No dress code what so ever, most still have their ski or snowboard boots on anyway