St Moritz has a wide range and choice of bars to head for once the lifts close (or earlier, if you have not made it on to the slopes). One early evening stop for everyone is Hanselmann's, the century cakes and ice cream cafe.
For people watching, the long corridor of the lobby in Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is known locally as ”the catwalk of St Moritz” and there is usually a polite rush to secure the best tables.
For a rather more regular ski resort experience bars like Bobby's (Via dal Bagn 50a) and Hemingway are usually busy. Bobby’s has loud music, eight internet terminals (rock and roll) and good beer. The Cascade Bar (Via Somplaz 6) is good for cocktails.
Later on the action is largely divided between the legendary Kings Club in Badrutt’s Palace (jacket and tie required and plenty of spending money), the Vivai and Diamond discos.
Most clubs in St Moritz are open to at least 4am, if they have a closing time at all. Secondo is the first bar in town to open for the day at 7am, just three hours after closing from the night before.
If you fancy a flutter the St. Moritz Casino in the western wing of the Kempinski Grand Hôtel des Bains is open to 3am nightly.