St Anton, Austria
based on 7 nights
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International economy flights and taxes from the UK
per person based on 2 people sharing a suite for 7 nights on a full board basis, with ski passes, including return airport transfers.
At a Glance
Small intimate hotel epitomising luxurious Austrian hospitality
The hotel has the feel of a private residence, with impeccable personal service and a welcoming atmosphere
Beautifully designed suites, in a luxurious 'mountain chic' style, offer every modern comfort
Gourmet Tyrolean cuisine is complemented by an excellent selection of fine wines
Spa facilities include an indoor pool, whirlpool, saunas and steam baths, and a wide range of treatments is available
Great for couples, but families are very welcome too
In the quiet Nasserein area of St Anton, the hotel's shuttle service chauffeurs guests to the ski lifts
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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.
The Hotel Tannenhof is a fabulous and very exclusive 5* boutique hotel in the Nasserein area of St Anton. Designed as a luxury bolthole with just 7 beautiful suites, this small intimate hotel has the feel of a private residence.
The Tannenhof is a boutique 5* hotel offering just 7 luxurious and beautifully designed suites over 3 floors. Designed as a home from home, the Tannenhof has been a labour of love for the owners, Judith and Axel, and the warm and welcoming feel reflects that. The hotel has a number of awards under its belt such as
The owners have been careful to use mainly local Tyrolean materials in the hotel and the interior design of the Tannenhof combines these local elements with traditional but contemporary furnishings, to give an overall feeling of cosy alpine chic. Art from local artists is featured throughout the hotel, and the displays are changed regularly.
There are six suites and one two-bedroom Master Suite, all kitted out with high-quality furnishings. Each is slightly different in layout but the living areas all have a wood-burning fireplace and oak floors and the bedrooms are styled with plush pillows, fabulous cosy blankets and every possible comfort to ensure a good night’s sleep. In fact, the pillows are taken very seriously here, and you can choose your perfect pillow from the pillow menu! Each Suite is 80m² and spread over 2 floors with very spacious bathrooms with a free-standing bath tub, separate 'rain' shower and double sinks. The Mastersuite takes up a whole floor to itself and is 200m².
The restaurant has 3 Toques and 18 Gault Millau points and dining is a gourmet affair with six course dinners of creative Tyrolean cuisine using locally sourced seasonal ingredients. Breakfast is a selection of freshly pressed fruit or vegetable juice, homemade bread, local jams, cold meat, sausages and cheese from local farmers - for those wanting a leisurely start to the day, it can be served until 10.30 a.m. in your suite or on your private sunny balcony.
For some well-earned pampering, head to the spa for a muscle-relaxing massage or choose from a range of treatments which uses natural products. Enjoy the views of the mountains from the indoor pool and whirlpool, relax in the steam baths and indoor sauna, or head to the little outdoor hut housing a fabulous sauna.
For added luxury all guests are provided with a private Maserati car service for the Arlberg region, whilst those staying longer than four nights also receive private return airport transfers and a ski pass for the entire Arlberg region.
Six suites and one Two-bedroom Master Suite - each with a sitting room, wood-burning fireplace, balcony, free minibar, iPhone and iPod docking stations, WiFi access. Bathrooms are spacious with free-standing bathtub, separate 'rain' shower, twin sinks and under floor heating.
The Suites are 80m² and spread over 2 floors, the Mastersuite is 200m² and takes up a whole floor.
This suite has a spacious bedroom, wood-burning fireplace, private balcony, under-floor heating, iPhone and iPod docking stations, wifi and a free minibar containing homemade products. There is also a large bathroom with a free-standing bathtub, separate 'rain dance' shower and twin sinks.
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This master suite has two spacious bedrooms, wood burning fireplace, private balcony with breath-taking views, under-floor heating, iPhone and iPod docking stations, wifi and a free minibar containing homemade products. There is also two separate bathrooms and toilets with bidets and a free-standing bathtub, separate 'rain dance' shower and twin sinks.
Families are very welcome at the Tannenhof, although there are no specific children's facilities.
Scott Dunn pioneered skiing holidays with childcare and this is an optional extra that many families consider indispensable. We offer childcare from 4 months and ensure that children have the most fantastic holidays and that parents can completely relax with peace of mind that their family is in great hands. Your children can be taken to and collected from ski lessons and will be kept entertained with a varied and imaginative activity programme and given healthy lunches and snacks (to be paid locally).
Our childcare staff are qualified professionals and guests can opt to have a private nanny service . Babysitting is available too. A wide range of equipment for babies and toddlers can be provided to all guests on request, mostly free of charge.
The Tannenhof provide private Maserati driver service for the entire Arlberg region for all their guests. Those staying more than 4 nights will also receive a private Maserati transfer to / from the hotel / airport (Zurick / Innsbruck) and a ski pass for the Arlberg region.
For relaxation after skiing, go for a swim in the indoor pool and whirlpool, or recharge in the serene relaxation room. Choose a pampering spa treatment, or head for the steambaths and saunas.
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.
Cross country skiing, Arlberg, Austria
The energetic cross country skier has a myriad of trails available around the Arlberg region with a variety of terrains.
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.
Heli-skiing, Arlberg, Austria
Lech and Zurs is one of the few remaining resorts in the Alps where it is possible to heli-ski, and the terrain here doesn't disappoint.
Horse drawn sleigh - Scott Dunn Suggests
A ride in a horse drawn sleigh is perfect for non-skiers, but also a lot of fun for families with small children.
Kitchen Unplugged Culinary Experience
The culinary delights of St Anton can be savoured this winter season as 5 of the best kitchen addresses open their doors and tempt you with 3 delicious courses in 3 different restaurants every Monday at 18:30.
Ski and fly - Scott Dunn Suggests
A unique and extreme skiing experience for those who think heli-skiing is cheating!
The White Ring, Arlberg, Austria
Ski the White Ring - one of the most famous Alpine challenges there is.
Tobogganing - Scott Dunn Suggests
Shoot down the 4.3km long toboggan run all the way to the bottom of Nasserein.
Winter hiking and snowshoeing in Arlberg, Austria
A fabulous chance to experience the beauty of the Arlberg along its many trails and mountain tracks.
Location & directions
St Anton, Austria
Hotel Tannenhof is situated in the quiet Nasserein area of St Anton with fabulous views over the valley. The hotel's shuttle service drops guests at the ski lifts and it takes approximately 10 minutes to walk to St Anton.