|Chalet Monte Vera||St Anton||sleeps 14-16||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Wifi/internet, Spa/Wellness|
|Chalet Cristal||St Anton||sleeps 14||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Balcony/Terrace/Veranda, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Spa/Wellness|
|Chalet Mini Gabl||St Anton||sleeps 4||Wifi/internet|
|Chalet Gertrud Gabl||St Anton||sleeps 16||Sauna/Steam/Turkish, Fireplace/Hearth/Stove, Wifi/internet|
St Anton is one of the best Austrian resorts for chalet holidays, so if you’re seeking a traditional alpine ski experience in a cosy Tyrolean setting look no further! Our ski chalets come in all shapes and sizes to suit all kinds of holiday.
The brilliant thing about staying in one of our catered chalets is that you can really relax while on holiday – meals are prepared by chalet chefs, usually including a hearty breakfast before you hit the slopes, an afternoon tea when you return and evening dinner with wine. Most chalets have a ‘hosts day off’ once or twice a week. On this occasion, breakfast tends to be self-service and you can try out one of St Anton’s restaurants when it comes to suppertime – we like the Fuhrmann Stube for traditional Austrian nosh and the Museum restaurant for a gorgeous historic setting.
There’s something special about having a whole chalet to yourselves, and as well as bigger properties, St Anton also has a collection of gorgeous smaller chalets. If you’re a group or family of 8-10, book one of the Mountain Lodge chalets like Chalet Rendl or Chalet Albona which offer a unique, cosy setting in a newly built development.
If you’re deliberating between chalet and hotel accommodation, our chalet hotels like Chalet Hotel Schweizerhof are just the answer, using a hotel setting and chalet catering. These are popular for having a very sociable atmosphere, brilliant for big groups and solo travellers alike.
There’s no denying St Anton’s one of our favourite resorts for groups, with its wild parties on the piste-side and the huge Arlberg ski area. Booking a chalet to match your group size allows you to enjoy sole occupancy without paying surcharges for empty beds. For larger groups and a more traditional Tyrolean setting, Chalet Rosanna sleeps up to 19.
While St Anton’s widely known as a resort of big mountain skiing and crazy après, like the rest of Austria, it also has super offerings for families. The best family chalets have positions near the nursery slopes in quieter parts of the resort (like Nasserein) and features like family rooms and playrooms. If your tots are too young to ski, some chalets can come with childcare packages with on-site or nearby nurseries, evening clubs and baby listening services.
St Anton isn’t a ski in, ski out resort, and most accommodation is a walk or bus ride from the ski area. But there’s always an exception to the rule, and from Haus Hochkar you can swoosh off on skis to the lifts and nursery slopes, while TschÖder is right on the side of the main slopes in the Nasserein area.
Book a superior chalet with wellness facilities, spacious rooms and more for a luxury stay in St Anton. All of our chalets are in excellent locations offering doorstep skiing or a short walk or bus ride to the lifts, slopes, restaurants and nightlife.
Group your chalet with flights and airport transfers in one of our money-saving packages for the easiest journey to the slopes. To ensure your journey goes smoothly in the UK, you can choose your most convenient departure point from over a dozen airports across England, Scotland and Ireland.
We also have self-drive packages including channel crossings and if you’re looking to book the chalet on its own, you can select ‘independent travel’ in the search above.
St Anton town centre
At 1304m altitude, St Anton’s centre is the hub of nightlife, with watering holes like the Piccadilly Pub and Scotty’s Bar as well as shops and restaurants galore. St Anton Dorf is the traditional part of the town, with cobbled streets and an onion-domed church. Most chalets are within a 5-10-minute walk of the Galzigbahn and Gampenhahn lifts. The rail station is the other side of the Arlbergstraße, and buses run through the town to other parts of the resort and onwards to the other Arlberg ski resorts of St Christoph, Zurs and Lech.
Chalets in Nasserein
Unlike properties in the centre of St Anton, many in Nasserein have doorstep skiing thanks to the whizzy Nassereinbahn gondola. This is where you’ll find the St. Anton am Arlberg Golf Club in the summer, and when the snow arrives, the gentle slopes of the golf course become the resort’s main beginner ski zone. Being on the outskirts, it’s quieter here than the town centre, which you can reach by a quick bus ride or 15-minute walk. That’s not to say there’s nothing to do, with Nasserein having its own toboggan run, cafes, ski shops, restaurants and bars. You’ll find a range of chalets around here, including some of St Anton’s best luxury chalets.
Chalets in Sonnenwiese
Between the centre of St Anton and Nasserein, Sonnenwiese is a quiet, scenic area by the Kindlisfeldlift and its blue piste. The Nasserein Kinderland is close by, which makes this a good setting for families. Some of the chalets here have doorstep skiing, which is a rare find in this ski resort. The ARLBERG-well centre is a five-minute walk away, and you can wander into the town centre in about 10 minutes.
Chalets in Oberdorf
A pretty hillside hamlet on the other side of town to Nasserein, Oberdorf is quieter than St Anton centre and requires a 15 to 20-minute downhill walk to reach the slopes, then an uphill walk back. A ski bus provides alternative access to the town and ski area (the Rendlbahn and Galzigbahn are the closest lifts), or you can use the Terminal West stop for bus transport over to Zurs and Lech. A lot of St Anton’s biggest attractions can be found in this end of the resort, including the Mooserwirt and Krazy Kanguruh up on the slopes and the Museum restaurant.
Chalets in Gastig
A little further out from Oberdorf, Gastig is west and uphill of St Anton centre, with the Rendlbahn and Galzigbahn being the closest lifts. Buses provide access to the ski area and town, or you can walk down in around 15-20 minutes. The hamlet is small and quiet, featuring a mix of traditional Tyrolean chalets and more modern-style builds.
Chalets in Stadle/Stadl
This is a quiet hamlet up at very opposite end of resort to Nasserein. Head past Oberdorf and Gastig, and you’ll find a collection of chalets and apartments along Stadleweg, as the Arlbergstraße begins to zig zag up to St Christoph. The area’s about a 20 minute walk from St Anton’s ski lifts and centre, or there’s a skibus service that takes around 5-10 minutes. You can also catch a bus from Mooserkreuz to Zurs in 30 minutes or so, and Lech in 40 minutes.
St Anton’s one of the best ski resorts in Austria for chalet holidays, but if you want to see what’s available further afield in this awesome alpine nation, you can browse all Austrian chalets here. Or to expand your search beyond the Austrian border, our main chalet page here will show you every chalet holiday worldwide.