St. Anton is both stunningly picturesque and traditionally alpine – exuding personality, charm, and charisma. And if you are after some of the finest luxury chalets St. Anton has to offer, Bramble Ski can help you locate your perfect accommodation.
The Skyfall Penthouse, for example, is truly the crème de la crème of St Anton ski chalets. This magnificent house fuses comfort and elegance, combining new-world and contemporary design with humble, classic feats.
For a touch of the traditional, Chalet Almajur maintains its grace through minimalistic yet stately design. Families with children and adult groups alike are likely to enjoy the splendour of this property.
As one of the most popular European ski destinations, St. Anton offers a large and varied selection of accommodation options. To learn more about our luxury chalets, please view our exquisite portfolio below.
EXPERIENCE LUXURIOUS CHALETS, SUBLIME DINNING, AND EXQUISITE SERVICE
Nestled at 1,300m and with lifts ascending to an altitude of 2,800m, St. Anton and the world renowned Arlberg ski area provides 340km of fantastically varied pistes offering superbly prepared slopes for all ability levels. It offers challenging deep-snow runs, numerous patrolled off-piste itineraries, and some of the best off-piste skiing in the world. The views from many of our St Anton ski chalets are breathtaking and conveniently located close to the ski lifts on the mountain.
When you ski St. Anton you will enjoy some of the very best off-piste skiing in the world and it is also the home to a number of excellent guides. We have worked with St. Anton Classic for the last four years and can highly recommend their guiding service however we can tailor the service and guide to each individual need.
The Arlberg region is the only region in Austria where heli-skiing is available. We can book you the most thrilling and spectacular day high up above St. Anton.
As with all the best ski resorts, St. Anton offers an extensive selection of ski schools to suit all needs. We work very closely with a well-established local ski school called St. Anton Classic who offer a great service.
A charming mountain village set in the Tyrolean Alps, St. Anton is legendary for its spectacular skiing and dynamic aprés-ski. It features regularly among the top five resorts in the Alps with good reason.
St. Anton, found in the picturesque Tyrolean Arlberg valley, is memorable for its stunning peaks and traditional alpine farmhouses. The village has successfully retained its picturesque mountain charm while investing in world-class infrastructure and lift systems. The village boasts over 80 restaurants, from fine dining with world class wines to lively bars serving excellent pizzas and cocktails.
St. Anton is renowned for its après-ski. Among the multitude of options, the legendary Mooserwirt and Krazy Kangaroo await you at the slope’s side above St. Anton at the end of your day’s skiing. Following that, head down to the village to continue partying or stop off for a relaxing drink at Anthony’s.
St. Anton has some wonderful restaurants from lively cafe/bars to exquisite fine dining and an abundance of intimate traditional Austrian restaurants. Rest assured, we will be able to advise you on the best placed to dine out.
Piccadilly-Postkeller, Kandahar, and Murmel all offer something different to provide entertainment on a night out in St. Anton.
It does not all have to be about skiing in St. Anton
If you do not ski or fancy a break from the slopes there is so much more to do in St. Anton. You can indulge in spa treatments, swim, massage, snowshoe, or even take in a movie at the local cinema. Paragliding, ice-climbing, or tobogganing trips can be organised to satisfy the adrenaline junkies among you.
The state of the art indoor sports centre arl.rock, completed in 2009, offers a combination of indoor and outdoor climbing routes in an area of almost 1,000m2 including boulder, lead, fixed-rope, and ice-climbing, as well as the new climbing trend of dry-tooling. The centre also boasts a four-lane bowling alley and indoor tennis and squash courts.
For those looking for something less physical, the wellness centre in St. Anton gives you the perfect excuse to have a relaxing massage or to spend the day sunbathing and swimming in one of their outdoor pools.
Innsbruck is just over an hour away from St. Anton, the capital of the Tyrol region. This beautiful city is renowned for its imperial and modern architecture. Traditional colourful buildings line the main streets and squares and the city are surrounded by majestic snow-capped mountains.
St. Anton is perhaps even more beautiful in the summer than it is in the winter
This charming Alpine village is a quiet paradise in the summer months. The region provides a fantastic play area for sportsmen and active guests, thanks to its splendid mountain, amazing scenery, and unspoilt natural surroundings. Whether hiking over 300km of signposted trails, climbing, Nordic walking, or white water rafting through dramatic gorges, this Alpine mountain world offers ample opportunities and challenges.
The crisp, clear mountain air and undulating terrain are suited perfectly to the different forms of cycling. From road biking over Alpine passes to mountain biking along more than 200km of marked routes, the Arlberg has biking covered.
The local lakes and mountain rivers offer the opportunity for kayaking, rafting, canyoning, and tubing. Accompanied by experienced guides, you can savour the mountain scenery from a different perspective.
St. Anton celebrates the start of the season with the yearly RTL2
Aprés Ski Hits party. The world famous Mooserwirt hosts one of Austria's premium radio stations for their season opener, with plenty of live music too.
The end of each season sees the legendary Weiße Rausch, a Chinese downhill race from the Valuga ridge to the village centre. An epic 555 skiers, snowboarders, and telemarkers congregate for a mass start after the ski lifts close. The atmosphere is electric, both on and off the slopes, for this final flurry of the season.
St. Anton offers numerous cultural fixtures with many traditional Austrian folk events throughout the summer. One such event is the St. Anton village festival, where locals proudly parade through the streets of the village in traditional national dress accompanied by brass bands to celebrate the Alpine region.
St. Anton hosted the Mountain Film Festival in late August, where the industries' elite meet to introduce their films and give an insight into their impressive experiences and adventures.
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