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Chalet Fabiola
From 60,500 to POA /week
361616780 m2
Chalet Lena
From 60,000 to POA /week
2299900 m2
Chalet Eden Rock
From 34,000 to 112,000 /week
201010600 m2
Marmotta Neve
From 30,000 to POA /week
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Chalet Maria Schnee
From 24,660 to 77,550 /week
1566550 m2
Chalet Narnia
From 20,790 to 50,000 /week
1466360 m2
Sweet Little Home
From 20,000 to 50,000 /week
1477300 m2
Chalet Tschoder
From 19,500 to 70,500 /week
1477495 m2

Recommended

Mountain Lunch: Verwallstube
Après Ski: Mooserwirt
Dinner: The Museum
Non-skiers: Arl.rock Leisure Centre
Best Off-piste: MaienPlatt
Best Ski Run: Rendl Home Run

Skiing

Ski Elevation: 1,304m – 2,811m
Pistes: 302km
43% Blue runs
40% Red runs
17% Black runs
Snowparks: 1

Airports

Innsbruck (INN):
1h / 95.7 km
Altenrhein (ACH):
1h 15m / 99.6km
Zurich (ZRH):
2h / 196.5km

St Anton Luxury Chalet

St. Anton is home to some of the world’s best luxury ski chalets. Pair this with warm Tyrolean hospitality and outstanding mountain views, and you have the formula for a wonderful winter break.

FEATURES – Luxury ski chalets in St. Anton have a knack for combining traditional charm with sleek modern amenities. Wellness facilities are a staple in most properties, along with stunning shared spaces and original architectural features.

SIZE – We can accommodate up to 32 people in one property. If your group is larger, please contact us and we will help you find the best combination of homes to suit you.

CATERING – We have catered, B&B, and self-catered ski chalets in St. Anton. So, whether you want the freedom to delve into the wonderful culinary scene or prefer to have every detail taken care of, you can expect flawless service throughout your stay.

LOCATIONS – Stay seconds from the lifts or right in the heart of town with our selection of luxury properties spread throughout St. Anton.

St. Anton is one of the most famous places to ski in the Alps. We recommend starting your search early to find the best properties this Austrian superstar has to offer. Browse our collection of luxury ski chalets in St. Anton below to start crafting your epic winter escape.

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Chalet Lena

This flawless property is the ultimate excuse for a luxury break. Immerse yourself in sparkling alpine style as you curl up by the fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling windows maximise the views of the tree-lined slopes below. Tease out all your stresses in the hot tub, saunas, and massage room. Bring the family together in the entertainment room and indoor/outdoor swimming pool. Or, enjoy a moment of solitude in the library. 

Sweet Little Home

If you’re looking for a chalet straight out of a fairy tale, this is the property for you. This charming 1911 townhouse has been renovated to blend the quaint and the contemporary. Adorable décor and a crackling fireplace will take you back to simpler times. While the sauna and outdoor hot tub will help you sink into complete luxury.

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St Anton

Whether you want to ski hard or play hard, St. Anton offers a world-class winter escape.

As the gateway to the epic Alberg ski area, St. Anton boasts incredible slopes, warm Tyrolean hospitality, and renowned apres ski. Its pedestrianised village centre blends traditional architecture with modern amenities and international flair. Party animals will find an unmatched nightlife scene while families can uncover an endless supply of off-slope fun.

When you’re ready to explore the mountains, a state-of-the-art lift system is on hand to whisk you across Austria’s largest interlinked ski area. With 300km of piste and aspirational backcountry itineraries, this snow-sure region is a winter sports lover’s dream.

One of the world’s top skiing destinations deserves some fabulous accommodation to match. Browse our collection of luxury ski chalets in St. Anton to start planning a premium alpine adventure.

St Anton Resort

Resting at 1,300m above sea level, Alberg is in the west of Tyrol and boasts some of the best snow conditions in Europe. It’s also Austria’s largest ski area and the 5th largest in the world. There are five different villages in Alberg, all with their own unique charms.

Whether it’s on the slopes or at the bar, St. Anton continues to be an alpine pioneer. The first downhill skiing was first recorded in neighbouring Lech back in 1895. St. Anton is the birthplace of Johann ‘Hannes’ Schneider, the inventor of the Alberg technique for downhill skiing. Not to mention, this town is one of Europe’s original apres ski spots, with a legendary party scene dating back to the 1960s.

Despite its forward-thinking approach through the years, the resort is immensely proud of its heritage. Many of its timber architecture remains today, including its quaint 17th-century church.

St Anton Travel & Transport

St. Anton is a walkable town, with a pedestrian-only main street. Regular buses help to link your St. Anton accommodation, the lifts, and the neighbouring villages.

Travelling by car

Driving to St Anton is easy from nearby cities and airports. It has a main road running directly through it with access points from the East and West. Austrian law requires you to have a toll sticker and winter tyres. There’s public parking available throughout the village.

Travelling by train

St. Anton has its own train station with express rail links from many major cities.

Airports

The closest airport to Lech is Altenrhein. However, other airports offer more convenient flight and train links.

Innsbruck (INN) – 95.7 km
By car – 1 hour 6 minutes
By rail – 2 hours 9 minutes

Zurich (ZRH) – 196.5km
By car – 2 hours 8 minutes
By rail – 3 hours 33 minutes

Altenrhein (ACH) – 99.6km
By car – 1 hour 13 minutes
By rail – 2 hours 47 minutes

Private transfer

There are a range of transfer options into St. Anton, including taxis, limousines, and helicopter services.

St Anton Restaurants

As one of the world’s most famous ski resorts, St. Anton comes with a huge array of fine dining options. But where it really shines is through its traditional mountain huts serving up the very best Tyrolean specialities.

In the town

Ooben im Mooser offers a glamorous take on traditional Austrian fare. Set up on the top floor of a former dairy farm, its skilful chefs craft a contemporary take on Tyrolean cooking using the best local ingredients. If you’re looking for authentic flavour and warm hospitality, Thony’s delivers this in abundance. The typical Austrian chalet serves up classic “homemade street food” by the fireplace, including dumpling soup, goulash, and pork knuckle. For the most unique meal in St. Anton, you have to try The Museum. The 1912 Trier villa is a museum by day and a fine dining experience by night.

If you grow tired of alpine delights, you’ll find a huge choice of cuisines from around the world. The American-style Happy Valley Steakhouse is a popular choice for burgers, steaks, ribs, and cocktails. Bodega offers a taste of the Mediterranean with a delightful tapas menu, Spanish wine menu, and buzzing atmosphere. Or escape to Southeast Asia, with the tasty Thai dishes on offer at The Skiing Buddha.

On the slopes

Verwallstube is one of the most popular restaurants in St Anton. Sitting at 2,085m, it’s one of Europe’s highest gourmet restaurants. Savour outstanding views alongside truffle pasta, yellowfin sashimi, or local game. For an extra special evening, make a reservation on a Thursday, when the neighbouring gondola stays open exclusively for dinner guests. With a long list of celebrity clientele, you’ll need to make your reservations at Hospiz Alm well in advance. This three-toque mountain hut is popular for its wooden interior and stunning wine cellar.

For a mountain meal with a difference, try out the Rodelalm and Rodelstall. Revolving around the toboggan run, these rustic mountain huts help you to refuel after your tobogganing adventures with hearty dishes and a lively atmosphere.

St Anton Apres & Nightlife

When you think of St. Anton, chances are “apres ski” are the first words to come to mind. With some of the world’s best post-ski celebrations, you can rest assured you’ll find a party from the moment you unclip your skis. Not a fan of thumping music and boot stomping? There are plenty of cosy alternatives where you can curl up for a gluhwein.

The antics start early in St. Anton, with some of the most famous bars in the Alps kicking off the piste-side fun from 3 pm.

  • Mooserwirt should be on every party animal’s bucket list. Rumour has it that they sell the most beer in Austria. You’ll see it flowing freely alongside tabletop dancing and the cheesiest oompah music in the mountains.
  • The Krazy Kanguruh is another must-visit. Open since 1965, it’s still the place to be thanks to its live music and table dancing in the sunshine. But, with a tricky red descent, it’s easy to bite off more than you can chew.
  • In between Mooserwirt and Krazy Kanguruh, you’ll find Taps. Often less crowded than its two rowdy neighbours, it still has a sun terrace hosting live music, happy hours, and even an ice bar.
  • If you don’t fancy the tipsy ski down or have non-skiers in your group, Basecamp is a safe bet. Their apres ski features a DJ, saxophone player, and an outdoor BBQ as spring approaches.

Tired after your day on the slopes? You’ll find lots of laid-back options to kick back and unwind.

  • Anton Bar takes a more sophisticated approach to post-ski drinks. Grab a cold drink, warm up by the fireplace and enjoy the chilled house beats.
  • Niki’s Wine Bar is a stunning cellar with a global wine selection and regular tastings.
  • The charming St Antonerhof hotel bar has an exquisite cocktail and wine menu.

Dance late into the night with a huge choice of lively bars and clubs.

  • Party Mexican style at Bobo’s. You’re guaranteed a good time with tasty cocktails, regular events, and one too many tequila shots.
  • The Horny Bull is the place to be for deep house, with major DJs playing until 3 am.
  • Murmel’s has a buzzing apres ski bar upstairs and a nightclub downstairs opening from 9 pm.

Verbier Ski Area

When it comes to challenging slopes, St. Anton needs no introduction. And if you’re a backcountry enthusiast, you’ve hit the jackpot, with some of the most exhilarating off-piste itineraries in Europe. A ski chalet in St. Anton isn’t the ideal location for newer skiers. But, as the gateway to the Alberg, there are plenty of excellent beginner slopes a little further afield.

The ski area

The Ski Arlberg area is the 5th largest ski area in the world. Around the same size as the Espace Killy area in France, it includes 11 charming villages and over 300km of pisted terrain. We recommend downloading the Ski Arlberg app to help you navigate the vast lift network and maximise your time on the slopes.

From St. Anton, there are four main districts:

  • Rendl has a gentle collection of blues and reds ideal for less confident intermediates.
  • Nasserein is the most beginner-friendly spot accessible from St. Anton.
  • Gampen has excellent runs for all levels.
  • Galzig has a variety of terrain and is the main access point to reach St Christof, Lech, and Zurs.

Boarders

Newer boarders will probably struggle in St. Anton, but it’s not impossible to learn here. We recommend lessons with a local instructor so they can help you avoid the steeper routes and cat tracks back into town. Most beginners start around Nasserein and Rendl. Alternatively, you can take a bus over to Lech where there are lots of easy runs close to town.

If you’re a confident on a board and love a thrill, you’ll have an incredible time on the slopes of St. Anton. Keep in mind that runs here are often more tricky than their colour grading suggests, so don’t try to be too ambitious too fast. But you’ll certainly never get bored here, with endless backcountry and lift-accessible itinerary runs.

Freestylers can check out the St Anton Snowpark in Rendl. Here you’ll find kickers, rollers, rails, and boxes separated by level. If you’d rather watch, hang out in the Rendl Beach Bar where you can overlook the rest of your group showing off their moves.

Beginners

Learning to ski in St. Anton can be challenging and if the majority of your group are beginners, you may be better off staying in the neighbouring resort of Lech. However, if you’re determined to keep your luxury accommodation in St. Anton, you still have several options. You can take the bus to Lech-Zurs every morning and enjoy the beginner-friendly runs around the village. Or you can take the lifts to the designated nursery slopes in Nasserein and Gampen.

When you’re ready to progress, head over to the wide and quiet slopes at Rendl. Make sure you go with somebody who already knows the area as some of the blues can be intimidating for a newer skier. You could also head to Galzig, where both the No.64 and No.100 provide lovely long descents.

Our recommended ski schools:

  • Skischule Alberg is the largest ski school in Austria, offering group courses and private guiding for children, teenagers and adults.
  • New Generation are established across the Alps and offer group and private lessons for all ages and levels.
  • Skischule Alpine Faszination are a family-run school established in 1993. The heritage-proud company hosts private lessons, ski touring, and heli-skiing.

Intermediates

St. Anton is the perfect resort for intermediates looking to push themselves. Find your snow legs again on the quiet slopes in Rendl or over on the gentle runs in Lech and Zurs. You can also head to Galzig for a fun network of blues, a few tricky reds, and incredible views of the town. If you’re confident here, you’re in the prime spot to venture across the rest of the Alberg ski area.

Remember, the reds in St. Anton are often far more difficult than their colour would suggest, so don’t be disheartened if you’re struggling to reach your usual standards. Just see it as an opportunity to max out your skills. Those curious about backcountry skiing will find lots of lift-accessible itineraries in St. Christoph that are suitable for intermediates to explore with a licenced guide.

If you’re feeling confident and craving an adventure, attempt the Run of Fame. This 85km circuit will take you through Stuben, Zurs, Lech, and all the way to Warth Schrocken. Make sure you set off early as it’ll take a whole day to complete.

Advanced

St. Anton offers endless opportunities not for the faint of heart. From the leg-burning Mattun mogul field to the hair-raising Kandahar black. This No.34 run is the steepest black in the resort, and makes for an epic final descent into town. The Galzig area will give you the most variety, especially if you venture up to Schindler Spitze.

It’s the backcountry where the Ski Alberg area shines, with over 180km of off-piste itineraries. With marked routes and lift access, this is a dream resort for skiers looking for the joys of the backcountry without putting in any work. You’ll find incredible routes around the Valluga/Schindler Spitz area, with the North face descent being top of every off-piste lover’s bucket list. You can access it by lift, but you must go with a qualified mountain guide. From Albonagrat, you can ride the longest lift-accessible off-piste descent in Europe, taking you on a 1,000m vertical descent back to Stuben.

With so many options, we recommend hiring a guide to help you get the most out of your time in the Alberg. This is also the only place in Austria you can heli-ski, so why not take to the skies for a once-in-a-lifetime alpine experience?

Weather

Despite its lower altitudes, the Alberg region has some of the best snow records in the Alps. You can expect pristine pistes and marvellous powder for the majority of the winter season.

December
December is buzzing in St. Anton, with lively opening parties and charming festive celebrations.
Average snowfall: 81cm
Snow days: 6

January
January is a fantastic time to visit St. Anton, with peak snowfall and fewer people.
Average snowfall: 119cm
Snow days: 9

February
February is peak season and booking well in advance is advised.
Average snowfall: 74cm
Snow days: 6

March
Despite long sunny days, the slopes hold their snow well and you can enjoy more ski time without the crowds.
Average snowfall: 79cm
Snow days: 7

April
There’s a chance snow will turn slushy in the late afternoon, but you’ll be too busy basking in the glow of St. Anton’s apres ski scene to care.
Average snowfall: 41cm
Snow days: 4

Things To Do In St Anton

If you don’t ski or party, there’s still plenty to keep you busy in St. Anton. Get some fresh air and take in the views with a huge choice of outdoor pursuits. With 40km of cross-country skiing and 70km of snowshoe trails, you’ve got no excuse not to get out and explore. Try curling and skating on the outdoor ice rink and take in the atmosphere of the town with a romantic horse and carriage ride. The 4km toboggan is free to use and is illuminated on selected nights for some night tobogganing. Or you could really get your heart racing with winter climbing and paragliding opportunities.

Even on a bad weather day, there’s enough to keep the whole family busy. The Arl.Rock Sports Centre is an emporium of indoor fun, with a bowling alley, tennis courts, and climbing walls. The Arlberg-well.com complex has swimming pools, slides, and excellent wellness facilities. You’ll also find wonderful spas at the Valluga Hotel and Hotel Alte Post.

If you want to get out of town for the day, there are many trips you can take using Austria’s efficient railway system. Explore Innsbruck, the capital of the Tyrol region, or the medieval cities of Feldkirch and Bregenz. For a day trip with a difference, head to Bad Ragaz and soak in the dreamy thermal baths.

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St Anton Seasonal Chalets

Need to stay in St Anton a little longer? Or just wish to enjoy the piste for a few months rather than a week? Check out our collection of seasonal chalets in St Anton, giving you access to the resort for the entire snowy season.