8 Reasons to Consider St Anton for a Ski Holiday

 
  • The apres ski is infamously lively – especially on the mountain
  • Traditional village with attractive pedestrianised high street
  • Some excellent restaurants on an off the mountain
  • Varied terrain for experts and adventurous intermediates – runs back to resort can be busy, bumpy and challenging for less confident skiers towards the end of the day!
  • Some great off piste especially the Valluga Bowl and Rendl mountain
  • Arlberg lift pass also covers Lech and Zurs, which are well worth the bus ride link for a day
  • Freestylers – head to Lech, it’s a better park than St Anton. A stop on the pro-tour
  • Don’t miss the outstanding skiing through the ages firework display at Nasserein every Wednesday evening
  • Village altitude: 1305m
  • Top lift altitude: 2650m
  • Transfer times:
    Innsbruck 1hr15m
    Zurich 2hrs15m
    Friedrichshafen 1hr45m
    Munich 3hrs

Our Favourite Accommodation in St Anton

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St Antonerhof

St Antoner Hof

This family run boutique hotel close to the village centre is one of St Anton's best. It combines five-star comforts and service with a relaxed, sociable atmosphere. Wood beams and panelling are lit by the flickering light of log fires in the lovely, cosy bar and restaurants and the rooms are a clever combination of traditional Tyrolean and sophisticated contemporary styles – no two are the same and there are some impressive suite options. There is also a small spa area and indoor pool.

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Tyrol | Momentum Ski

Tyrol

An ultra modern 50-room hotel that has recently been renovated by the Raffl family, who run the neighbouring 5* St Antonerhof, to offer a blend of typical Tyrolean hospitality with quirky contemporary styling. Most rooms have panoramic views of the Alberg massif. An indoor pool and hot tub are scheduled for completion in December 2014 to compliment the bio sauna and steam bath already available in the spa. Close to the pedestrianised heart of the resort, the Tyrol also boasts two restaurants and a night club in the basement.

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Banyan

Banyan

Well located on the main high street this is a modern hotel with an unusual Asian twist. The bed and breakfast arrangement gives you the flexibility to sample the huge choice of restaurants. There is also a spa area with indoor pool, sauna and hammam.

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Kertress

Kertess

The Hotel Kertess is a traditional Tyrolean style building in an elevated position at the top end of town facing the Rendl mountain. Rooms are comfortable Austrian twins and there is an indoor pool, sauna and steam room.

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Sporthotel

Sporthotel

Great location in the heart of St Anton's pedestrian centre, the Sporthotel has been hosting skiers since the birth of the sport in 1901. 80’s styling with a half board restaurant and the a la carte “Steakhouse”. There is a wellness area with indoor pool.

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Valluga

Valluga

Friendly hospitality and a lovely blend of Tyrolean charm and contempory styling with a cool bar, modern spa and pool and attractive, fashionable rooms. It’s a lovely small hotel but is a great option if we can get you in there!

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