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People from the world over come to St. Moritz, each speaking their own languages. Nightlife is one of the few tourist activities that overcomes these language barriers. St. Moritz knows how to party.
Those who like to dance should head straight for the discos. Kings Club in Badrutt's Palace Hotel is among the most exclusive party spots. Alcohol is generally ordered by the bottle and not the glass in this establishment. Cosmopolitan, guest DJ's premiere their hot music over the weekend.
Discothek Bonaparte, Vivai, and Diamond are other upscale discos. They do not require your pockets to be so deep and play music that will keep the blood pumping until the wee hours of the morning. Sunny Bar is more appropriate for older crowds who enjoy live dance hall music.
The bars and lounges are a better choice for visitors who do not want to dance at all and simply desire to profile. Roo is an open-air bar where skiers like to warm up with a drink or two.
Alternatively, visit Chesa Bar for a more formal setting with lounge piano and after dinner drinks. Consult the Engandin travel brochure and the free Gastro Guide at the hotel for an ongoing list of options.