Après-Ski / Nightlife
Here Ischgl shines. It has one of the best après-ski scenes from 37 p.m., then excellent nightlife from 10 p.m.2 a.m.
The best après-ski spots include the Trofana Alm and the Kuhstall, just up from the Silvrettabahn and near the Post and Goldener Adler, and the Kitzloch at the opposite end of town near Hotel Elisabeth and the Fimba and Pardatschgratbahn. These spots rock from about 47 p.m., with a disc jockey spinning music, the bar serving half-liter beers and the crowd singing and dancing in ski suits and ski boots.
The Sonne also has a lively crowd with live bands and dancing.
The three major discos begin to crank at about 10 p.m. or 11 p.m. The Tenne in the basement of Hotel Trofana (go to the side door) offers the most crowded venue, with dancing and wild contests alternately competing for attention. The Pacha in the basement of Hotel Madlein hasis for a younger crowd. Posthorndl, in the basement of Hotel Post, has been decorated like a Gothic dungeon, complete with flickering chandeliers, marble marble gargoyles, and blue-lit disc jockeys. Youll find yourself wanting to shift with the crowd, depending on which club has the best entertainment. Club Madlein has a entertainment.
Almhof and Alpenromantikhotel Wirlerhof have lively après-ski at the bottom of the lifts. After skiing, the in place for action is the Weiberhimmel (womans heaven) where dancing on the balcony in ski boots is an art form. The music varies Weiberhimmel.from Austrian songs to 70/80s rock. After dinner most head to the Pyramide in the the Hotel Luggi, or to one of the other hotel bars. .