Morzine Bars

Morzine Bars

A ski chalet holiday would not be complete without the apres ski experience and Morzine has more to offer than most. A vibrant alpine town both in and out of season, there are lots of options to cater for various atmospheres and wallet sizes. There are also a number of nightclubs in Morzine open into the small hours.

Cafe Chaud
– 112 Chemin de la Coutettaz
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Definitely the most fun bar in Morzine which is a real hit with the local expat community, partly because you can get a pint for €5. Tuesday evenings host the world famous Beer Pong Championships with other nights hosting various live bands.

The Hideout Bar
– 60 Route des Udrezants
 www.hideout-hostel.com
Completely refurbished a couple of years ago and a great spot for apres ski then gets very busy later in the evening. Often used as a loosener before heading to the world famous Laury’s late night cocktail bar in the basement! The Hideout Bar also houses the sensational HIDEOUT restaurant which serves various Japanese inspired treats, not least the incredible Tonkotsu Ramen.

Morzine bars

Le Bec Jaune
 www.becjaunebrewery.com
– 220 Route de la Combe a Zore
A micro-brewery serving up their own exceptionally good beer. They normally have an IPA and stout on all the time + something a bit different. Nice south facing terrace when the sun is shining in the afternoon.

Bar Robinson
– Rue du Bourg
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A great little bar on the main Rue du Bourg that was founded in 1926 and still going strong. The home of the eye wateringly strong Mutzig beer and a great spot when the sun is out. Closes early.

Chez Roger
– Rue du Bourg
Just up the road from Bar Robinson and another Morzine institution. It’s just a small bar on the main street with some seats inside but it packs a big punch and is always full for apres ski and into the evening. A popular spot for seasonnaires.

Le Coup du Coeur
– Route de la Plagne
– A slightly more sedate affair serving various draft beers and cocktails. Situated on the main high street the Route de la Plagne, it is a great afternoon vin chaud whilst perusing the local Morzine delicatessens and shops. They have a big outdoor area through the back (with heating) that overlooks the town square and ice-rink.

Le Tremplin

– The bottom of the Pleney cable car
– The outdoor terrace of Le Tremplin is open from 4pm to 8pm onwards every day, so you can make the most of your festive stay in Morzine and enjoy après-ski in a warm and welcoming setting. Every week, live bands and DJs will light up the scene at the foot of the slopes, for some unique moments spent with family or friends after a day’s skiing.

Explore Morzine

Morzine Skiing Guide

Morzine Skiing

Morzine and the Portes du Soleil’s proximity to both Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc assures that the ski area has an outstanding snow record. Ski passes can be bought separately for the Morzine/Les Gets ski area, or for the whole Portes du Soleil ski area.

Morzine Ski Hire

Morzine Ski Hire

We recommend that ski hire be organised in advance before you arrive in Morzine. This is particularly important during the school holidays when the best Morzine ski hire companies book out all of their equipment before the week has started.

Morzine Lift and Ski Passes

Morzine Ski Passes

It is possible to purchase a Morzine / Les Gets ski pass (beginners and intermediates) or a full Portes du Soleil ski pass (intermediates and above). We are able to organise ski passes in advance for you, meaning they will be waiting in your ski chalets in Morzine on your arrival in resort.

Morzine Ski Lessons

Morzine Ski Lessons

We highly recommend taking lessons during your ski chalet holiday in Morzine. Morzine has a huge number of excellent ski schools to choose from at very competitive prices.

Morzine Childcare and creche

Morzine Childcare

Having attained the national tourist label ‘family plus,’ Morzine is very much a family friendly ski resort. There is a huge amount of choice for ski schools for children, and also a good local creche and several British nanny companies.

Alps dog sledding

Morzine Winter Activities

Skiing and snowboarding aside, Morzine ski resort has a huge amount to offer during your ski chalet holiday. Please see the below list of activities for a few ideas of how to spend your time when you are not on the slopes.

Morzine Massage and Pampering

Morzine Massage and Pampering

Whether a skier or non-skier, your ski chalet holiday in Morzine would not be complete without a bit of pampering and a massage.

Morzine Restaurant Guide

Morzine Restaurants

During your stay at one of our catered ski chalets in Morzine your chef has one evening off a week on a Wednesday. This means that you will eat out one day of the week during your ski chalet holiday with us.

Morzine Bars

Morzine Bars

A ski chalet holiday would not be complete without the apres ski experience and Morzine has more to offer than most. A vibrant alpine town both in and out of season, there are lots of options to cater for various atmospheres and wallet sizes. 

Travelling to Morzine guide

Travelling to Morzine

Morzine, in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski area, is one of the most accessible ski resorts in the Alps. Situated in the Northern Alps, Morzine is just a 70 minute flight from southern UK airports, and the airport transfer from Geneva is just 80 minutes.

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