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Offering something for everyone, La Plagne is loved by families and groups alike due to its excellent skiing and resort activities, as well its lively nightlife and après ski scene. As one of the largest ski resorts in the world, La Plagne has a variety of different bars and restaurants for visitors to make the most of. Despite its reputation as a family friendly resort, La Plagne has a number of bars and nightclubs which stay open until the small hours.
Guests at Mark Warner’s Chalet Hotel Christina in La Plagne have the privilege of being able to enjoy après ski drinks on the hotel’s superb first floor bar and sun terrace while looking over the slopes. From here, parents can keep a watchful eye on the kids while they play in the snow while enjoying a relaxing drink.
For table top dancing, happy hours and good music, Scotty’s bar at the bottom of the Stade Olympic run in La Plagne centre is a lively venue to kick off your evening activities in style. Further afield on the Les Arcs side of the Paradiski area, L’Arpette Restaurant has daily DJ sets on their deck. A firm favourite with seasonaires and visitors alike, this mountain side restaurant and bar is the perfect warm up for a night on the tiles.
One of the largest ski resorts in the world, good restaurants are not in short supply in La Plagne with a variety of choice to suit all taste buds. Guests at the Chalet Hotel Christina can enjoy a variety of delicious meals at the hotel including full English breakfasts, afternoon teas and a 3 course dinner daily at the hotel restaurant. With a large spacious interior and superb chefs, the restaurant provides guests with a warm and friendly environment to spend an evening with friends and family.
On your chalet night off, head into the centre of La Plagne, La Belle Plagne for the best selection of restaurants. Foodies love the traditional Savoyard restaurants serving up an array of local delights including cheese fondue, tartiflette.
Despite its reputation as a resort more geared up for families rather than groups looking to party, La Plagne has plenty to offer those looking for a fun night out. Previously mentioned Scotty’s bar is a firm favourite with those looking for a cosy evening in the pub. In La Plagne 1800 you will find the La Mine bar. Styled to recreate a traditional British pub, La Mine has regular DJ nights and live music throughout the week. For those looking to party into the early hours, Le Cosy is a great spot for some late night dancing. Open until 6am this is the best nightclub in town.