St Anton, Austria
based on 7 nights
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per person based on 2 adults for 7 nights in a Double Room on a half board basis and including private return airport transfers.
At a Glance
Refreshingly different hotel concept - contemporary and cool
Quick and easy transfer from Innsbruck Airport - just one hour's drive
Best suited to couples and families with older children
Focus very much on service - a four star hotel but with five star service
Sister hotel to the renowned 5* St Antonerhof
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St Anton has an enviable reputation for its snow. The Eastern Alps frequently benefit from early snow and the largely pastoral terrain does not need a hugely deep base to offer great skiing conditions. As a result, St Anton frequently offers some of the best skiing in the Alps in December and January. The microclimate means that snowfalls are more prolific than in many other resorts and with plenty of skiing above 2000 metres, conditions can be great right up until late April.
To start planning your holiday to Tyrol Hotel
Located in the heart of the St Anton, the four star Raffl's Tyrol Hotel has burst onto the scene in St Anton and is an eclectic mix of trendy design, traditional Tyrolean hospitality with an emphasis on excellent service.
The Raffl's Tyrol Hotel is the latest addition to the hotel scene in St Anton having opened in December 2013 and brings a new dimension to the resort. It's refreshingly different with its unique combination of avant-garde ideas, trendy design and traditional Tyrolean hospitality with a touch of flower-power thrown in and does not take itself too seriously. At its heart is a team of charming and professional staff who will do their best to go out their way to make your stay truly special. In fact, the service is more akin to what you would expect at a five star hotel. Along with sister hotel the St Antonerhof, the Tyrol Hotel is owned and run by the Raffl Family who are passionate about giving their guests the ultimate all-encompassing holiday experience.
Food is very much a focus, with the hotel proclaiming culinary freedom through its anytime anywhere mentality. There are options galore from classic and half board options in the à la carte restaurant to the raclette and fondue specialities in the aptly-named Sticky Fingers restaurant.
The bar is the epicentre of the hotel and the atmosphere only gets better as the evening wears on. The place to party is Hell's Club, the hotel's own club open and from Wednesdays to Sundays. Serving up a hellishly good mix of great music, delicious finger food and drinks, Hell's Club is the new place to be seen in St Anton.
We think that the Raffl's Tyrol Hotel is best for couples and families with teenage children and anyone keen to stay somewhere a little bit different.
The rooms and suites at the Tyrol Hotel are very individual in design, and feature colourful fabrics and quirky features such as free standing showers in some of the rooms. Their hardwood solid floors are a nod to Tyrolean style, and they all have balconies.
Featuring solid hardwood floors and en-suite bathroom with separate WC. The single rooms offer a "Grand Lit" bed as well as a smart TV system, WiFi and a balcony.
The Double Rooms (32m²) are stylishly designed and feature a generous sleeping area, open-plan bathroom with screens, Agape spiral glass shower, separate WC, WiFi and balcony.
The Junior Suites have the added option of interconnecting with a double room, making this an ideal option for families. They have a spacious, individually decorated sleeping area, open-plan bathroom with shower, separate WC, smart TV System, free WiFi Internet and a balcony.
The Suites (48m²) are spacious and fun. With separate sleeping and living areas, they feature solid hardwood floors, bathroom with free-standing bathtub, separate WC, smart TV system, free WiFi Internet, open fireplace and balcony. It is possible to interconnect with a double room.
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The Roof Top Suites (60m²) are cosy and individual in design with pitched ceilings and panoramic glazing. They feature separate sleeping and living areas, bathroom with free-standing bathtub, separate WC, smart TV system, free WiFi, open fireplace and a balcony.
The Grand Suites (70m²) are perfect for families, featuring two individually decorated double bedrooms. Comfortable features include two separate bathrooms (one with bath, one with shower), 2 WCs, open fireplace in the living area, smart TV system, free WiFi and a balcony.
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Offering fabulous family accommodation, the Roof Top Grand Suite (110m²) has pitched ceilings and panoramic views through large windows. It features two individually decorated double bedrooms, two separate bathrooms (one with bath, one with shower), two WCs, generous living area with open fireplace, smart TV system, free WiFi and a balcony.
Children of all ages are most welcome, cots and extra beds are provided and the restaurant has a kids dinner menu available from 6.00pm each evening. Babysitting can also be arranged on request.
The hotel operates a free shuttle bus to deliver you to and from the lifts and around St Anton.
The Hotel Tyrol has an eclectic mix of dining options. From an à la carte menu in the dining room, to raclette and fondue in the Sticky Fingers restaurant, and a selection of finger food on offer during the day, you won't go hungry.
The hotel has a small Spa, for those seeking to rewind after an active day on the Arlberg slopes. It features a stuben sauna, Finnish sauna, infrared cabin, as well as brine and steam baths. Guests can use the wellness centre and swimming pool at the Tyrol's sister hotel, the St Antonerhof, which is a two minute walk or shuttle ride away.
St Anton is just one part of the awesome Arlberg. The excellent snow record combined with such an extensive area means it should be high on the list for any good skier. The backcountry potential is such that a guide is essential if you wish to do more than scratch the surface. While the terrain can be challenging for those with only a few weeks’ experience, the Rendl area offers some easier runs and plenty of sun.
Aside from the skiing, St Anton exudes character and charm and the Tyrolean hospitality is not to be missed. The village itself is what Alpine villages should be like and there is a wealth of good restaurants shops. St Anton is famous for après ski and the Mooserwirt and Krazy Kanguruh are world-renowned.
The wellness centre, the Well.com is highly acclaimed and there is masses more to do, including walking, rock climbing, ice skating, sleigh riding, curling, tennis squash and plenty more.
Arlberg Ski Tracks
Experience the spectacular views and see the highlights of the Arlberg with St Anton Classic ski guides and gain insider knowledge about the best ski runs.
Dinner with a snow groomer ride in St Anton
Popular on the chef's night off for our chalets or for a fun evening out if you're staying at a hotel. This hot stone and cheese fondue dinner at the mountainside restaurant Bifang-Alm includes transport via a snow groomer.
Location & directions
St Anton, Austria
The Raffl's Tyrol Hotel is located close to the centre of St Anton, just two minutes' walk from its sister hotel, the St Antonerhof. The shops, bars and restaurants are all within easy walking distance of the hotel. The hotel also operates its own shuttle service to the slopes and resort.
How to get there
Scott Dunn offers scheduled flights to Innsbruck and Zurich followed by private transfers (1-hour from Innsbruck; 2-hours 30-minutes from Zurich). Private flights and helicopter transfers can also be arranged. Helicopter transfers take around 30-minutes.
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