High Altitude Skiing Catherine Hughes, Extras & After Sales Manager Europe

"Tignes is an all round great resort - a wide choice of accommodation, superb terrain on offer for all abilities and free lifts for beginners; it’s easy to see why clients return here year after year. Its high altitude means you can always find powder throughout the season."

Après Ski in Tignes

Tignes has a selection of restaurants and bars as well as several nightclubs spread throughout its sub-resorts. There is a 24 hour free bus service connecting Val Claret, Le Lac and Le Lavachet making it especially easy to experience each village by night!

In Val Claret, Dropzone has a large south-facing terrace and a happy hour, making it a popular place to stop off after a day on the slopes; with live DJs a frequent occurrence, it turns into a nightclub after 10pm. Couloir is another popular après venue and a great place to head to for some live music. Following in its Val d'Isère sister bar's footsteps, Saloon Bar always offers a fun party atmosphere. 

For something a bit more upmarket, try Grizzly's - it's a cosy log cabin-style building with an outdoor fire pit, perfect for warming up if the weather's been a bit chilly.

In Le Lac, we hear The Underground Bar is a great après venue and the Loop Bar is conveniently located at the bottom of the Trolles and Rosset slopes, attracting a lively après crowd to its large sunny terrace. The Marmot Arms as its name suggests, is a pub and as such is popular with British holidaymakers and also offers a selection of burgers.

Le Brasero in the Lavachet area offers an après-ski happy hour and live music four times a week.