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Chambre Neuf Apres Ski Bar, Chamonix - Centre

The loudest & the best apres-ski in Chamonix!
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In winter, Chambre Neuf is the liveliest and loudest apres-ski bar in Chamonix with live music from 17:30 to 19:30 Sunday to Friday. Come and join the party atmosphere and dance on the tables!

Situated at the top end of town near the train station, Chambre Neuf is one of the favourite meeting places for locals and visitors alike. You'll find tourists, mountaineers, gnarly riders and plenty of Scandinavians meeting here to dance, party and talk about their day on the hill.

During the day, why not make it a habit to come and take morning coffee, read the paper and listen in on the goings-on of local life at the bar? Should you be around at lunchtime, you'll find Chambre Neuf turns into a brasserie mainly offering classic international cooking. Try the special of the day, usually two or three choices inspired by Swedish, French or Asian cuisine, or their famous homemade burgers.

In the summer, the shady terrace is always tempting for a long relaxing lunch or a lazy Sunday afternoon... and every day is like a Sunday in Chamonix!

The bar is open all day for coffee, beer or maybe something stronger! 20:00 - 22:00 is Happy Hour with a wide selection of cocktails on promotion 2 for 1!

Visitor comments

  • "Brilliant bar with an absolutely buzzing atmosphere when the live band is playing. Ideal apres-ski venue" - Trip Advisor
  • "After riding the Chamonix runs or off-piste, go to Chambre Neuf for a very good après-ski. From 18 to 20:00 until the end of the season there is a great pop rock band that will put you in a party mood. Great crowd as well. Best apres ski in Chamonix!" - Trip Advisor
  • "Great apres-ski place. Good location. The bar gets really crowded when the band are playing. Definitely a place to get rid of any last bit of energy after a day skiing." - Trip Advisor


  • 272 Avenue Michel Croz
  • 74400


Chamonix - Centre, Chamonix

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