Aside from being a stunning picturesque and traditional alpine town for real skiers there are some truly stunning luxury St Anton chalets as well as a great selection of hotels. Professional skiers and boarders from around the world also flock here to enjoy the diverse terrain and endless off piste that have made this resort so very special.
Keeping its historic tradition and charm, the town has managed to slip seamlessly into a more modern and sophisticated resort. Catering not only for the dedicated skier but also those discerning skiers who appreciate the finer things in life. Slope side bars and terraces bustle with sun worshippers and après ski partiers. The main street offers a range of shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and boutiques to keep everyone happy and there are plenty of luxury ski chalets and hotels to stay in.
Part of the famous Arlberg Ski Region, St Anton is perhaps the most challenging of the Arlberg resorts. There are an array of slopes that will cater for all levels of skier. Beginner routes and intermediate pistes allow you to cruise the whole region sticking on blues and reds and the Rendl mountain offers a quieter, more sedate level of cruisey skiing.
When the snow is fresh, it more than deserves its reputation as a World Top 5 ski resort and is best enjoyed and explored by one of our hand picked guides.
The White Ring ski experience takes you from St Anton – Stuben – Zurs – Lech and back again. Providing a great day of skiing for intermediate – advanced skiers, it makes the après ski drink on the Mooserwirt terrace all the more worthwhile!
Apres ski at either the Mooserwirt or Krazy Kanguruh is a must for anyone. The late evening, moonlit home run can prove quite a surreal experience!
A long, late lunch on the Hospiz Alm balcony on a sunny afternoon will be a memory you will never forget, especially following the tour of the world’s biggest big bottled wine cellar.
When the snow is good, allow us to hand pick you an off piste guide to enjoy the “Arlberg Classic” off piste routes. The back of Valluga – Zurs, the trek into Hinter Rendl and the Malfont Valley are ski days you will reminisce about for years to follow.
This diverse resort has developed a very international pallet, where the most sophisticated of food critics would be impressed. From traditional and hearty Austrian fare to fantastic Michelin restaurants. Tapas, Thai, Fusion, Steak, Italian and fine French cuisine are all on offer. These are all within easy reach of our luxury catered ski chalet.
Wine also plays a big part of the scene and although fiercely loyal to their own fantastic grapes, connoisseurs can enjoy fine wines from around the world.
Affectionately known as the birthplace of après ski, the nightlife here begins right on the slopes, right after skiing! Live music bars, sophisticated wine bars, late night dance clubs all mix in with the Austrian cafe bar culture that adorn the main street. A diverse town that really does offer something for everyone.