St. Antoner Hof
St. Anton, Austria
based on 7 nights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public vacations) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
per person based on 2 people sharing a Double Room for 7 nights on a half board basis including return airport transfers.
At a Glance
Small, luxurious boutique hotel with trendy design and modern comforts
Family-run hotel with impeccable and warm service, cosy lounge and meticulously kept
Fabulous and affordable wine list with every great wine Austria has to offer; plus of course, the Italian and French varieties
Stunning 5 star hotel in the heart of St.Anton
Superb gastro restaurant
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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 meters, conditions can be great right up until late April.
The St Antoner Hof is a luxury, boutique family-run hotel located in the heart of St Anton, Austria. The St Antoner Hof combines traditional Tyrolean charm and luxury 5* service, ensuring a thoroughly pampered ski vacation.
The 5* luxury boutique hotel, the St Antoner Hof exudes charm and sophistication and combines authentic Tyrolean style with contemporary furnishings. Austrians are famous for their hospitality, and your hosts, the Raffl family are no exception. Their warmth, discretion and attention to detail, are mirrored by all the staff.
The restaurant serves delicious Arlberg food with a modern twist, and has an extensive wine selection. A no-ordinary separate children's menu is also on offer. The stylish reception and lounge-bar area with its open fire and deep sink-in armchairs, is the perfect place to relax for an après-ski cocktail. Or how about refuelling after a long day in the mountains with a "Jause" - an in-between meal with local cold meats, bread, and local specialties?
The hotel has a weekly entertainment program, from traditional Austrian evenings and gala dinners, to a torch -lit snow shoe hike through the snow covered forest.
No two bedrooms are the same. From sumptuous doubles, through to the junior suites and the split level grand suite maisonette with its rustic wooden floors, open fireplaces and Philippe Starck baths. Suites have separate lounges and impressive walk-in shower rooms.
For a total relax after a day on the mountain, the spa offers all that you could need. An indoor pool, Finnish sauna, Turkish steam bath and an extensive range of massages.
The St Antoner Hof has a range of rooms and suites. The single and double rooms are comfortable and traditionally decorated.
The suites all consist of a bedroom and living room (with an open fire place), a bathroom with separate toilet and a shower/toilet. The spacious junior suites have bigger double rooms with a small sitting area with open fire places and some have a terrace. It is possible to have interconnecting suites and junior suites. The Grand Suite is a mix between the traditional and the modern. It consists of two separate double bedrooms, with free-standing baths in the bedrooms, separate toilets and a “Stüberl” (typical Austrian living room) with tiled stove. One of the bedrooms has an open fire place. The Grand Suite Maisonette, is a generously sized, split level suite and is typical of the special St Antoner Hof style. A cosy fireplace in the “Stüberl” , with the original wooden floors, the suite mixes timeless style and modern chic with its bath design by Philippe Starck. There are two double bedrooms and a bed perfect for a child above the tiled stove. The Dependence Suite is located in a different building which is reached by a covered walkway. It is very spacious with two bedrooms, two bathrooms (one bath and one shower) and has an enormous living area.
The suites are a blend of traditional wood and contemporary art and have a separate living and sleeping area with an open fireplace. Separate bathroom with shower. TV with DVD player and wireless internet.
Spacious double room with en-suite bathroom, TV with DVD player, wireless internet, minibar, safe, bathrobes and slippers.
A large double room complete with tiled wood burning stove providing a cosy living area. Integral additional bed for third person.
The Suite Dependance has a traditional wooden interior. A separate bedroom and living area with an open fireplace. Separate bathrooms, one with shower and WC, one with bath and WC. TV with DVD player in both rooms and wireless internet.
The Grand Suite includes two double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, one WC, living room with fireplace, TV in all rooms with DVD player in the living room and wifi. It has a combination of modern furniture contrasted with rustic floors. If required an additional bed can be set up in the living room.
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The Grand Suite Masoinette is large and split over two levels. It consists of two double bedrooms with en suite, two WCs, oven, TV and DVD in every room, wifi. It has original wooden floors and modern bathroom design by Philippe Starck. A fifth person can be accommodated in the cosy bed in the living room.
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's own spa offers a haven of relaxation and recreation when you get back from a long exciting day outdoors. It has an indoor pool, Finnish sauna, Turkish steam bath, a fitness studio and a wide range of massages for guests.
The St Antoner Hof has a valet service which will park your car in their underground garage, and there is a complimentary hotel shuttle with a driver which is available anytime.
Guests can leave their skis and boots at the Intersport Arlberg at the base of the lifts overnight.
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.
Cammie Burke (Staff)
Set right in the heart of St Anton, the St Antoner Hof is truly one of a kind.
The hotel was established in 1969 and is run by the Raffl family. From the moment you walk through the doors the staff make you feel right at home. St Antoner Hof perfectly mixes impeccable European service with a fun and lively vibe. The decor combines mountain chalet elements with a city chic vibe. Each room is different than the next, all offering the utmost comfort. The hotel is located right off the main street in the heart of town, a 5 minute walk to Galzig and Gampenbahn lifts. The hotel can also offer complimentary transfers.
The unique interiors, incredible spa with grotto pool, lively bar and delicious cuisine are just a few of the reasons that make this such an incredibly special and unique hotel.
Grace Holton (Staff)
Modern meets Alpine in the St Antoner hof hotel, with a wonderful mix of bright and bold colors and cosy alpine decoration. The bar- lounge area is spacious and inviting for an afternoon coffee or evening cocktail and the choice of rooms suits everyone from single travelers, couples and families with lots of interconnecting options. Booked on half board, the hotel offers several dining options to suit the whole family.
Moore Family February 2016 (Guest)
The service was outstanding from all members of Scott Dunn and the staff at the hotel who were approachable and friendly. We had an amazing time.
Jenny James (Staff)
The Raffls family are so welcoming to their family run hotel. You are minutes from the lifts, station and main street making it an ideal location. The open plan bar and lounge area is the perfect spot for an aprs ski or pre-dinner drink in front of the cosy open fire. The rooms are a great mix of contemporary and alpine Tyrolean style.
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.
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
The hotel is conveniently located just a few minutes' walk from the Gampenbahn and Galzig lifts, with the beginners' area at Nasserein a little further. The pedestrianised high street is a two minute walk from the front door.
How to get there
Scott Dunn offers scheduled flights to Innsbruck and Zurich followed by private transfers (1-hour from Innsbruck; 2-hour 30-minutes from Zurich). Private flights and helicopter transfers can also be arranged. Helicopter transfers take around 30 minutes.
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