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Chalet Fauner A
Fauner A is over the two lowest floors and there is a lift for weary ski legs!. On the lowest floor is the open plan living/dining room with lovely views towards Rendl, opposite. The dining area is recessed and there is a comfortable sitting area with settees and tub chairs for relaxing, draw up a chair or two and its the perfect spot for your pre dinner aperitif and canapes! The modern and comfortable en suite bedrooms are twins and are all a good size, with the majority being particularly spacious. The chalet also benefits from a Wellness room with sauna and power showers - perfect after a hard day on the slopes! Though it really isn't very far from the slopes, if the thought of the uphill walk back to the chalet at the end of the day doesn't appeal then you can always jump on the bus which stops virtually at the end of the drive (the circular bus route will be longer than the walk back though!) . To make life easier you can always leave your ski equipment (at a nominal charge if not rented) at the Fauner Sport Shop close to the main lifts, if you don't want to carry it back to the ski room at the chalet.
Start your day with a hearty breakfast to fuel your day on the slopes, choose from a selection of cereals (not forgetting a bowl of Skiers porridge!), fresh fruit and yoghurts, freshly baked local bread and choice of preserves accompanied by fruit juices, tea and coffee. In addition, apart from chalet staff day off and change over day, and if you've got the room, enjoy a cooked breakfast!
On your return from the slopes, pop the kettle on and help yourself to a teatime treat with a slice (or two!) of delicious home-made cake or biscuits.
Enjoy a delicious freshly cooked dinner with unlimited house wine until coffee to finish.
Ground floor (Road level)
Entrance (shared with Fauner B and chalet owner)
Ski & boot room (shared with Fauner B)
Lift or stairs to lower floors
Lower floor 1 (Garden level)
Open plan living/dining room
Wellness area with sauna, power showers & relaxation area
Rooms 7 & 8 - Twins with ensuite shower, wb & wc
Lower floor 2
Rooms 1 & 2 - Twins with ensuite shower, wb & wc
Room 3 - Large twin with ensuite bath, wb & wc (+£10pp)
Room 4 - Large twin with balcony, ensuite bath, wb & wc (+£20pp)
Chalet staff live in.
Owner lives in self contained apartment on top floor.
Please note that prices for this chalet DO NOT include Aviation Tax or
Resort Tax, which are charged separately by the tour operator at the
Aviation Taxes £35pp
Resort Tax £15pp
St Anton Resort Info
St Anton has become Austria's most popular ski resort and it'e easy to see why. A combination of the largest linked ski area in Austria (St. Anton, St. Christoph, Lech, Zurs, Stuben), a raucous apres-ski and nightlife scene plus a charming Tirolean village centre with excellent amenities and a vast choice of accommodation.
Let's start with the skiing. Over 400km of linked slopes with a top station just under 3,000m. A vast choice with slopes to suit all, beginners will find gentle slopes around Nasserein, whilst intermediates and experts are spoilt for choice and the off-piste opportunities are also excellent. A large network of sophisticated snow-making also covers the majority of the ski area, giving St Anton an enviable snow record.
Up in the Moos area, perched above the reosrt centre you'll find several raucous apres ski bars where the party begins from 2pm. Most notorious among these are the Mooserwirt and Krazy Kanagruh, both of which are able to generate an amazing atmosphere to which people are inevitably drawn. So hard to describe, the best way is to see it for yourself!
Once back in the resort centre, you're still spoilt for choice. Start off at the vast Arlberg-Well leisure complex with a selection of indoor and outdoor pools and relaxation facilities. There's a vast choice of restaurants, with quality and price ranging from budget-friendly to super-luxury!
If that's not enough to keep you amused for a week, then get on an express train from St Anton's modern station and take a day trip to either Innsbruck (1hr) or Zurich (1.5hrs) to explore their bustling city centres.
More St Anton resort information
St Anton Snow & Weather
|Snow Report - 18 Jan 2019|
|Last snowed|| 18-Jan-2019|
|Fresh snow||5 cm|
|Lower slopes||100 cm|
|Upper slopes||495 cm|
|Piste state||Powder snow|
|Runs to resort||Spring snow|
|Off piste snow||Spring snow|
All snow report information supplied by SkiResort