Traditional hotel with modern touches with alternative packages available
- Half Board
- Large restaurant & conservatory
- Cellar bar
- Indoor pool, sauna & steam room
- Wi-Fi Available
Ideally located just 150m from the Nasserein gondola, ski hire shop and ski school meeting place. 10 minute walk (1km) from the centre of St. Anton.
- 19m² Standard rooms sleep 2. Austrian twin beds, bath or shower
- Larger 28m² Comfort rooms sleep 2-3. Austrian twin beds, single sofa bed, bath or shower
- 16m² standard single rooms have shower
- All rooms have cable TV, radio, telephone, safe, hairdryer and free Wi-Fi
- Austrian twin beds are one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, that cannot be separated
- Cable or satellite programmes
- Room safe
- Large restaurant with conservatory area stube
- Cellar bar
- Lounge with TV
- Recently refurbished leisure area with indoor pool with panoramic views
- Various saunas, steam room, infrared cabin and relaxation room (Free)
- Wi-Fi throughout (Free)
- Hot and cold buffet breakfast
- 4 course evening meal with choice of main course and daily salad buffet
- Weekly fondue and themed buffets
- Christmas and New Year gala dinners included
About St Anton
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.