Finding places for apres ski after the pistes are closed in Alpe d’Huez 1860 is never a problem. Whether the aim is to eat, drink or dance there is a good range of choice.

The majority are congregated in the Quartier des Jeux (main town) but there are also good options across the rest of the resort for those too weary to venture far.

The various names give away the fact that the resort is very popular with visitors from the British Isles.

Night Clubs

Igloo Club
Rue du Coulet

Igloo is one of the top dance clubs in the resort and conveniently located under Smithy’s Tavern. Many events and guest appearances throughout the winter season.

The Yeti Bar
Chemin de Font Morelle

The Yeti bar is a music venue featuring live bands and DJs who whip up a big party atmosphere. If dancing on tables is your thing then this is the place to go.

Les Caves de l’Alpe
Rue du Coulet

Les Caves de l’Alpe is a bar/club with free admission. Drinks on the terrace are available from 3 PM in the Eightbar and the fun continues into the night with DJ sets. Group booking available.


O’Sharkey’s Bar
Rue de la Grenouillère

O’Sharkey’s is a lively Irish sports bar and the go-to place for a pint of Guinness or two. There’s a good selection of drinks and snacks at reasonable prices in addition to regular live music slots.

Zoo Bar
Rue du Coulet

For those too tired for dancing on tables the Zoo Bar is an ideal destination. There’s more of a chilled-out French ambience than some of the other bars in the resort.

Smithy’s Tavern
Rue du Coulet

Lively après with regular drinks offers in addition to serving healthy portions of Tex-Mex food. This is one of the best options for vegetarians.
A good selection of themed nights, live bands, guest DJs and artists.

Sphere Bar
Place Jean Moulin

Brought to Alpe d’Huez by the owners of the famous Dick’s Tea Bar in Val d’Isere, Sphere is a lively bar with a large terrace. This is a good place to watch sport on the multiple large screens and also has regular live music.