Chalet CirrusDeluxe Chalet
- Sleeps up to 6
- All bedrooms have ensuite facilities
- Pool, sauna & steam room
Prices fr £779
With a huge ski network and feisty, gluwein-fuelled après ski parties, St Anton is popular with every level
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Our St Anton ski chalets range from traditional, wooden and cosy to fresh, minimalist and designer, and sleep from 6 to 24 guests. Whatever your taste, we have a St Anton chalet to suit you.
To stay close to the buzz of town, look at charming chalet Maroi, convenient chalet Seeberger and Haus Acksteiner, which sits above shops on the main high street. To reach Chalet Hochkar and chalet Gamskar, simply ski down to the Nasserein area of St Anton, and you'll find chalet Haus Christoph beside the stretch of piste leading into town, making them all handy for a quick home run at the end of the day.
Whatever you look for in ski accommodation, be it a sauna, sonarium, log burning stove, fabulous views or an excellent location, we have the chalet for you. Every Supertravel chalet in St Anton also features luxurious Aromatherapy Associates bathroom products, a 4x4 to take you to and from the piste or town, and carefully selected wines with dinner. What more you could ask for? Close
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Located close to the centre of St Anton this family run hotel perfectly blends tradition with modern comfort as trendy design furniture stands next to antiques as if made for each other. These combinations make Raffl’s St. Antoner Hof unique, and the style fits perfectly with the international flair of St. Anton am Arlberg.
The rooms and suites at the boutique hotel ‘Raffl's St. Antoner Hof’ are definitely not ordinary. An enchanting interplay between layouts and interiors makes them stand out against conventional hotel rooms. The new, contemporary boutique design is saturated with elements of the region’s style. Brightly coloured leathers, rusting metals, decades old wooden floors, exotic cacti, Tyrolean materials … the feeling you get here is one of gentle irony combined with the so-called ‘typically Tyrolean’.
The extensive, white slopes of the Arlberg region send out an irresistible call to you to indulge in all kinds of winter activities. This lovely hotel offers a haven of relaxation and recreation when you get back from a long exciting day outdoors – with an indoor pool, Finnish sauna, Turkish steam bath as well as massages available in the spa.
The excellent St. Antoner Hof kitchen has been awarded 13 points by Gault Millau, and leaves no wishes unanswered. You can enjoy traditional Arlberg dishes, international specialities, group fondue experiences, feasts from the oven and homemade pastries from the hotel’s own patisserie. There really is something for everyone in this superb hotel.
The trendiest hotel in St Anton
Prices per person based on 7 nights accommodation excluding travel for departure on 12 Dec 2012
The family run Hotel Tyrol has plenty of charm and warmth and the staff really do give you the proper Austrian welcome. Located on the outskirts of the village centre, close to the church, it provides excellent access to the village and is only a stroll to the lifts. For those feeling less energetic there is a free shuttle right to the slope.
There are 54 rooms at the Hotel Tyrol including some large double/twins which feature a really good size sitting area and balcony. All rooms have a TV, high speed internet, telephone, safe, hairdryer and some have minibars.
If you can tear yourself away from the mountain and the après ski the Hotel Tyrol has a nice wellness area featuring Biosauna, sauna, steam bath, aroma steam bath, solarium and a chill out room to relax in.
The bar is the focal point of the hotel Tyrol, and as well as being a great place for swapping ski stories, it also offers a fantastic complimentary afternoon tea. The restaurant serves a four course evening meal and the traditional Tyrolean specialities are a real highlight.
The Hotel Alte Post has been in the heart of St Anton since the 17th century. It enjoys an excellent location along the picturesque high street, amongst the resorts many shops, restaurants and bars, as well as just a very short walkl to the lift area. The hotel boasts a lot of traditional charm and character as well as all the modern facilities you would expect from a top 4 star property.
The hotel has 40 rooms and suites spread between 8 different categories. Room sizes in Austria are generally pretty generous compared with the rest of Europe and the rooms in the Alte Post are no exception. The individually furnished rooms, again, reflect the unusual character of the hotel. The spectrum ranges from simply romantic to modern designs. All feature a TV, radio, telephone with internet connection, minibar, safe and some have balconies.
The leisure facilities in the Alte Post are fantastic, and it’s the perfect place to relax after a day on the slopes. With a swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna, herb sauna, salt mountain crystal grotto, ice grotto, fitness room and solarium there is so much to sooth those aching legs! They also provide lots of treatments and massages for a real treat.
The restaurant serves everything from international cuisine to more traditional rustic fare. The Alte Post’s restaurant has a charming feel to it, being finished with 200 year old timber from the original building. Enjoy the chefs creations and be sure to ask the sommelier for his wine selection from their well stocked cellar. The award-winning cuisine was granted 2 toques (15 points) by Gault Millau in 2009.
Make sure you try the 6 course Alpine feast served each evening
The Hotel Post boasts one of the finest locations in St Anton, situated on the picturesque pedestrian high street, amongst the resorts shops, bars and restaurants, and just a short walk from the main lift area. The Alber family have been carrying on the tradition of the Hotel Post, which dates from 1896 for the past few years now. Its popularity has continued to grow and is one of the most popular hotels in the area, and it's easy to see why.
The Hotel Post has 67 rooms and suites in 6 different catagories. Theses rooms are of good sizes and are finished in a comfortable and modern style. All feature a TV, radio, telephone, wireless internet connection, minibar, safe and some have balconies.
As well as a large swimming pool, the Hotel Post features a wealth of luxurious leisure facilities. Enjoy a Finnish sauna, bio sauna, whirlpool, aroma steam bath, meditation room, Kneipp-basin and solarium so there’s no excuse for not being fighting fit for your days skiing. The Aprés Ski scene in the Piccadilly Pub or Postkeller under the hotel are world famous!
The hotel has a good reputation for its food and the four course dinner will certainly keep you fuelled for skiing the Arlberg. A great choice of hot and cold breakfast buffet is available and one night a week the Hotel Post lays on a gala dinner for you to enjoy local and international treats. The Balcony Bar is a great place to watch the world go by as the evening unfolds in St Anton village.
The high street, slopes and lifts are on your doorstep
The Hotel Banyan is ideally situated in the centre of the lively resort of St Anton, and close to the main lift area. The hotel combines a contemporary feel with an Asian twist, and offers a warm and friendly atmosphere. The hotel offers a great level of comfort with the rooms carefully finished making it the perfect place to relax and unwind after a day’s skiing in the impressive Arlberg ski area.
The Hotel Banyan boasts 39 rooms in total, with single rooms and larger rooms available on request. All twin/double rooms are furnished with great attention to detail and include a private bath or shower, WC, satellite TV, Wi-Fi connection, safe and balcony.
This property offers its guests a superb place to relax in comfort after a day on the slopes in its modern wellness area, which enjoys an indoor pool, sauna, steam room and gym. In addition, massages are also available at the hotel – booked locally.
A buffet breakfast is offered to guests staying at the Hotel Banyan, allowing you to enjoy the vast numbers of restaurants and bars that St Anton boasts. The hotel also includes a fashionable bar and lounge area with an open fire place for guests to enjoy a drink or cocktail.
You'll love the sleek swimming pool and sauna
This charming hotel is well-run by the Nohl family and offer traditional Austrian charm and hospitality. Built in 1932, the Montjola overlooks the centre of St. Anton, and is located 450m above the main Galzig lift, and is just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of town and lifts. The location offers a very peaceful but exquisite atmosphere, as well as sunny, panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. A fusion between, comfort and excellent cuisine, amidst a breathtaking setting awaits you.
Each of the rooms has been designed and decorated in traditional, attractive Tyrolean style, many boasting excellent views of the stunning mountain panorama. Austrian twins are available, some with a single sofa bed, and all come with bath/shower & wc, cable TV, telephone, hairdryer and safe. Annexe Rooms 15m from the hotel are also available.
The relaxation facilities at the Hotel Montjola offers the perfect place to sooth those aching muscles after a day on the Arlberg pistes. Guests can choose from the Turkish bath, sauna, infrared cabin and solarium to relax and unwind. The hotel also offer massages by reservation which can be made through the reception. Parking and Wi-Fi access in public areas are available free of charge.
The restaurant renowned in the village and specialises in local dishes and specialities such as Kaesknoepfle or Ofenkatz. The three-course evening menu is available 6 evenings a week or you can take just a bed and breakfast option here.
The Fondue restaurant is the best in town, worth a trip even if you're not staying
The Sporthotel offers friendly, old fashioned Tirolean hospitality combined with a modern ambience and first class facilities. Being located in the pedestrian zone of St Anton means the hotel also gives easy access to both the main lifts and all the restaurants, shops and bars and that St Anton has to offer.
The hotel can accommodate individuals and groups of all sizes with single, double and triple rooms all available as well as suites that can sleep up to 5 people making it a great choice for families.
After a fun-filled day on the slopes Sporthotel offers a number of amenities to help your body recover and prepare for the next day on the mountain. Alternatively, if you’re a non skier, why not spend the day pampering yourself in the hotel’s indoor swimming pool, Finish sauna, steam bath and infrared sauna, or even enjoy a soothing massage in the well-being area.
There are 3 restaurants for guests to enjoy at Sporthotel. The Steakhouse, a member of ‘Chaine des Rotissers’ the world’s oldest food and wine society, serves the highest quality steaks and is open to the general public while the Graf Monfort and the Hubertusklausen are reserved exclusively for hotel guests. Guests staying half-board receive a choice of mouth-watering 4-course menus and fresh salads from the bar, while the excellent food from all of the restaurants is enhanced by a stunning – mainly Austrian – wine list.
The steakhouse restaurant is a must
Steeped in over 400 years of history, the Hotel Schwarzer Adler boasts a superb location in the heart of this glorious resort, and just a short walk to many of the main ski lifts. Formerly a coaching inn, this luxurious hotel is full of traditional Tyrolean charm and enjoys individually decorated rooms, offering a great level of comfort. The hotel has a long history of offering fine cuisine, an excellent level of service, and a friendly, warm atmosphere.
62 rooms and 8 suites are available to guests at the hotel. All rooms at the Schwarzer Adler are individually decorated with an Alpine charm, and are all lovingly furnished, and boast a private bath or shower, WC, cable TV, radio, telephone and hairdryer and some with balcony. Single, triple and quad rooms are also available on request.
The Hotel Schwarzer Adler boasts an extensive wellness centre for guests to enjoy, providing a superb area to relax and unwind after a day on the slopes. Guests here are spoilt for chose, with the wellness centre including an indoor swimming pool with waterfall and massage jets, steam ream, solarium, saunas, and massage and beauty treatments (booked locally).
Boasting a long history of fine dining, you can dine in the hotel’s 400-year-old original Tyrolean inn and enjoy subtle and sophisticated home-grown specialities and locally-sourced cuisine, much coming from their own farm. There is also an a la carte restaurant available at the hotel, and the Schwarzer Adler also features its own wine cellar, offering locally produced and international wines.
Don't miss the impressive pool and spa
This traditional family run Tirolean hotel is located in the centre of St Anton giving you easy access to the main lifts and all the restaurants, shops and bars that St Anton has to offer and is a favourite with many guests who keep going back year after year.
All the rooms are cosy and rustic with wooden panelling and beams which all add to the traditional Tirolean feel of this hotel. Rooms vary from single rooms to large suites meaning the hotel can accommodate individuals, groups and families of all sizes.
The hotel has an indoor swimming pool and hot tub to help guests’ limbs recover from a hard day on the slopes.
The restaurant uses the finest ingredients purchased from the best regional suppliers to serve traditional Tirolean dishes.
The wood-panelled walls make this a rustic, charming escape
Prices per person based on 7 nights accommodation excluding travel for departure on 12 Dec 2012