St Anton, Austria
The Schwarzer Adler lies in the heart of St Anton, along a quieter street, just a short walk from the ski lifts. The hotel is traditionally Tyrolean, and has a wonderful wellness area offering a range of treatments for ultimate relaxation.
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Just a short walk from the ski lifts, this hotel is an ideal place to combine fantastic skiing with relaxation. No two rooms are the same - each is individually decorated with warm colors, quality furniture and Austrian Alpine elegance.
The Schwarzer Adler is renowned for its excellent cuisine and much of the produce is home-made and delivered from their very own farm. Enjoy the sophisticated local specialties from the 4 course set menus or from the buffet. The restaurant sommelier can guide guests through their extensive wine list featuring wines from the finest vineyards and wine producing areas of Austria.
The extensive wellness area provides guests with endless relaxation possibilities, from a dip in the pool to an invigorating massage. The swimming pool has a waterfall and massage jets, there are scented saunas, steam rooms and a wellness buffet with teas, fresh fruit and spring water. Traditional therapies from around the world are on offer as well as Thalassotherapy treatments.
St Anton boasts 460 km of the best prepared ski runs for every ability, sporting challenges on precipices and deep snow descents, snowboard fun parks, carving areas, permanent race tracks and many cosy meeting points provide rest and relaxation. There is a network of around 40km of cross-country runs in the Tyrol region offering a multitude of comfortable as well as sporting versions and therefore a variety of levels. The 4km-long illuminated natural toboggan run promises to be great fun too!
There are 70 rooms and suites individually decorated with warm colors and quality furniture, all equipped with cable TV, WiFi, radio, telephone, hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers. No two rooms are the same, and styles vary. Double rooms range from 25-40sqm, some have balconies with enticing mountain views and spacious living areas. Suites are 58-75sqm with a bedroom and separate living room.
|Galzig Double Room||
Cosy double room between 30m2 and 40m2 in size, with a combined bedroom and seating area.
|Kapall Double Room||
Slightly larger than the Galzig Double rooms these Alpine style rooms can sleep 2-4 persons and are 38m2 in a combined living and bedroom space. Some have balconies.
|Valluga Double Room||
The largest of these 'double' room types at 40m2, these Alpine style rooms sleep 2-4 persons in a combined living and bedroom space.
Comfortable suite of 56m2 with a combined double room and living area and a separate children's room and a balcony.
Spacious suite around 68m2, with double bedroom and further sofa in living room. All have balconies.
Children are welcome, but there are no specific facilities.
Scott Dunn pioneered skiing vacations 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 vacations 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 program and given healthy lunches and snacks (to be paid for 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.
Dine in the 400-year-old original Tyrolean inn and enjoy subtle and sophisticated home-grown specialties from the 4 course set menus or the buffet option. The café-restaurant Aquila, immediately opposite the Hotel, is a family restaurant with an informal atmosphere. Find an outstanding selection of Austria's finest wines in the wine cellar. The Wellness area includes an indoor pool with waterfall and massage jets, saunas, steam baths and a stimulating range of massage and beauty treatments.
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 center, 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.
Location & Directions
St Anton, Austria
The Schwarzer Adler enjoys a central location in St Anton. It is a short walk from the ski lifts as well as the shops and bars.
When to go
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 meters, conditions can be great right up until late April.