The Tyrolean resort of St Anton is one of Austria’s premier winter sports resorts. Located in the Arlberg region, here the snow is virtually guaranteed, the powder can be amazing and the views breathtakingly beautiful, especially on a blue day. St Anton’s ski area spans 340km and offers 270km of well-groomed pistes to enjoy. Much of the mountain is suited to advanced and strong intermediates, though there are some cruisy slopes for intermediates and a beginners’ area.
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AccommodationSt Anton attracts crowds from around the world and as such, it can feel crowded and a little chaotic. The main street is car free. As you’d expect, the village has masses of accommodation to suit all budgets, both in the heart of the village and further out. If you’re in St Anton to ski and party, you’ll want to stay in a hotel in the main street of Dorfstrasse where you can walk to the local restaurants and bars. If you’re looking for quieter evenings, St Christoph is peaceful and family friendly with easy access to the slopes. You may also like to stay in Oberdorf or Gastig, which are to the west of the village and higher up, or Stadle, Dengert and Moos which are further away. From these out-lying villages, you’ll need to get a bus into and out of the main centre. St Anton is a short bus ride to Lech-Zürs and Klösterle, which are included in the Arlberg ski resorts pass.
Skiing & BoardingSt Anton is paradise for advanced skiers and boarders! Here you’ll find 340km of ski area, 270km of well-groomed pistes and endless fantastic powder… St Anton is known for its steeps, cliffs, gullies, huge powder filled bowls and challenging off-piste runs. The possibilities are endless! Strong intermediate skiers will enjoy the terrain in the Rendle area while less confident intermediates will relish the pleasant cruisy runs in the Galzig. If you’re a beginner, head to the gentler slopes in the Nasserein end of town or book into one of St Anton’s great ski schools before venturing to more challenging areas.
ActivitiesAside from some of the best snow you’ll ever experience, this stunning resort has a network of cross-country ski trails covering almost 40 km, a fun park, an illuminated toboggan run, ice rinks for skating and curling. There’s also a wellness centre with an indoor pool, sauna and steam baths and a multi-function sports centre with numerous indoor activities, diverse ball games and climbing. Looking for entertainment? Don’t miss the weekly Schneetreiben – “The Snow Must Go On” ski show; the “New Orleans Meets Snow” music festival; or the iconic “White Thrill” race.
Getting There & AroundThis breathtakingly beautiful resort is easy to get to by car or plane but most exciting to get to by train. That’s because, at 1304m above sea level, St Anton’s international express train station is the highest train station in Europe. Railjet-trains and the Venice-Simplon Orient-Express stop at St Anton. Innsbruck is the closest major airport, and from here you’ll need to get a shuttle for the last 100km to the resort.
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Luxury and tradition in a stylish symbiosis at one of St Anton's most beautiful spots. Hotel Arlberg boasts fabulous culinary delights, spa and warm hospitality . Onsite pool, spa, fitness gym, restaurant, wine cellar, bar lounge.
Experience Austrian hospitality in the modern yet relaxed environment that is the Banyan Hotel. This 4 star establishment, situated in the heart of the Austrian Alps, offers a cozy and chic atmosphere, a blend of modern styling and warm decor, at the foot of the slopes. Ideally situated close to the centre of a traditional Austrian mountain village, the Banyan Hotel is the perfect starting point to access the world famous extensive and varied ski area. The 39 rooms are tastefully furnished and well appointed -designed with an Asian inspired theme. Most rooms feature balconies with views of the surrounding mountain peaks. Onsite pool, day spa, steam room, sauna, masseuse, lounge & bar, ski storage, parking, Wi-Fi.
Historic chalet-style hotel located in the town centre in the pedestrian zone. Room styles include "St Anton", the slightly larger "Galzig" and "Valluga" which has a separate living area. Onsite heated indoor pool, steam room, sauna and restaurant.
Originally built around 1570 this historic Tyrolean style hotel is located in the town centre at the start of the pedestrian zone, close to the lifts with ski-in access. Each room has its own individual character and layout and all feature a living area, cable television, bathrobes, safe and phone. The majority of rooms have internet access and a balcony. Onsite indoor pool, open fireplace area, restaurant, bar, cafe, Spa and Vitality services.
Haus Gamberg is situated in a central and quiet location in St. Anton allowing you to reach the ski lifts, ski schools and the pedestrian zone just in a few minutes walking distance. Onsite garage, infrared cabin, free WiFi.
This comfortable hotel is located in the town centre approximately 200 metres from the lifts and offers a friendly, homely atmosphere. Onsite sauna, solarium, infrared cabin, free WiFi.