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3.8 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
Stayed here in a big group last Jan – we thought the chalet was great, exactly what it said it was. The chalet is probably a three to five minute walk from the middle of the village of St Anton. It’s also between there and Nasserein and about a 10 minute walk from the lift there which was doable. The décor a... + more
Mr Lister, Chorlton
4 out of 5
No complaints from our stay here! It’s a nice clean chalet, fairly basic so not a luxury chalet but it was OK. The meals were good and varied – we didn’t get the same thing twice and got to choose. There was wine at the table which wasn’t an expensive wine but it was drinkable and they had a fridge with be... + more
S.R.
4 out of 5
Not too bad! I’d give it a 7/10. Acceptable. It’s a bit dated, I understand that they are renovating it for next season. There are some quirky decorations - plates on the wall, patterns on the ceiling, that sort of thing. The location wasn’t too bad. You have to walk to the lift, the bus doesn’t stop near... + more
Roger Benfield, Ipswich
3 out of 5
Traditionally Austrian and with plenty of Tyrolean characteristics, it’s been given its own unique twist by the owner’s personal artistic talents, with everything from furniture to murals. It creates part of the homely and warm feeling that oozes from the building. A brilliant feature of this chalet is its lo... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
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Accommodation
Catered Chalet
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Chalet Hans

St Anton . The attractive Chalet Hans is close to St Anton’s famous domed church in this picturesque resort. It is a popular choice due to its proximity to the town centre - a 400 metre (approx.) walk along flat ground. The Nassereinbahn Gondola and nursery slopes are 550 metres (approx.) away with the main Gampen and Galzig lifts only slightly further towards the town centre.

Fantastic access to ski hire - 8 minutes walk (approx.) to rental shop

  • Town centre: 400m
  • Ski school: 550m
  • Ski lift: 500m
  • Piste: 550m
  • Bus stop: 300m

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Hans description

Chalet Hans offers a traditional Austrian ambience and has the comfort of all rooms being en suite, many with small seating areas. The chalet contains some of the owner’s original artwork, including wood carvings and a mural, which adds to the chalet’s character. Rooms 2 and 3 can be interconnecting to make a suite, ideal for groups of friends or a family. Rooms 2 and 4 have sofa beds (for children only who do not eat with the main group)

Due to local regulations, we are no longer able to offer social skiing by our staff in St Anton. We are able however to offer one day's social skiing in Sonnenkopf (for a small transport fee, subject to demand and weather conditions).


Facilities - Chalet Hans features

  • WiFi
  • Family rooms
  • Close to town centre
  • Close to piste

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Ground Floor:

• Small lounge with TV • Ski room with heated boot rack

Rm 1 Twin (sleeps 2)
Twin, shower and WC - suitable for a cot

Rm 2 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-3)
Large Austrian twin, optional extra sofa bed (children only), shower and WC (off lounge) - suitable for a cot

Rm 3 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2)
Austrian twin, shower and WC (within same building accessed by a short, 10 metres, exterior path) - suitable for a cot

First Floor:

• Living/dining area

Rm 4 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-3)
Austrian twin, optional extra sofa bed (children only), shower and WC

Rm 5 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2)
Austrian twin, shower, WC and balcony - suitable for a cot

Second Floor:

Rm 6 Twin (sleeps 2)
Small twin, shower and WC

Rm 7 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2)
Small Austrian twin, shower, WC and balcony

Rm 8 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2)
Austrian twin, shower, WC and balcony

Extra Information

NB. Rooms 2 and 3 can be made into a family suite via an interconnecting door. This allows internal access to the chalet via room 2

Chalet staff live in

Discounts for Extra Beds

Children taking the additional beds pay half the adult full price.
  • Room 2
  • Room 4

Meals - food and drink in Chalet Hans

  • 7 nights chalet accommodation
  • Continental breakfast for 7 mornings with hot options provided by our hosts on 6 days
  • 6 days of homemade afternoon tea and cake
  • 6 days of aperitifs
  • 6 nights fully catered

Grade 3-5 Chalets

  • 3 course evening meals with a 2 course Alpine speciality on one night
  • Unlimited Silver level wine until coffee with evening meals

Please check meal inclusions for other durations.

We update Chalet Hans's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - chalet dates & departure airports - Chalet Hans dates & departure airports

Price per person with: Prices shown are per person based on: Prices shown are per person based on: The prices shown here are per person and based on the following criteria:
Sat 04 Apr 202004/04/20
Sold Out 
Sat 19 Dec 202019/12/20
£1121
Sat 26 Dec 202026/12/20
£1421
Sat 02 Jan 202102/01/21
Sold Out 
Sat 09 Jan 202109/01/21
£905
Sat 16 Jan 202116/01/21
£958
Sat 23 Jan 202123/01/21
£1043
Sat 30 Jan 202130/01/21
£1084
Sat 06 Feb 202106/02/21
£1022
Sat 13 Feb 202113/02/21
£1661
Sat 20 Feb 202120/02/21
£1001
Sat 27 Feb 202127/02/21
£1029
Sat 06 Mar 202106/03/21
£1031
Sat 13 Mar 202113/03/21
£1012
Sat 20 Mar 202120/03/21
£931
Sat 27 Mar 202127/03/21
£931
Sat 03 Apr 202103/04/21
£1169
This package holiday to Chalet Hans in St Anton, Austria departs Saturday 11th January 2020, for a 7 night stay on a "catered chalet" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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Resort - about St Anton - about holidays in St Anton - about ski holidays in St Anton - about ski holidays in St Anton Austria

Huge Arlberg area Awesome après ski Extensive powder terrain

Austria's snowsport capital, St Anton in the extensive Arlberg circus of the Tyrolean Alps has every level of ability covered (including the most exhilarating white-knuckle terrain). Stunning alpine scenery and world famous après ski make St Anton an international "top ten" destination for its' immense skiing, incredible views and intense partying.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Groups Non skiers Off-piste Chalets Après ski

St Anton webcam

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Snow History: April average depth 184.5cm

St Anton trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck (INN)100km, 1 h
Friedrichshafen (FDH)130km, 1h30
Region:Austria, Alps.
First opened:1900

St Anton lift pass price last reported as €228 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Hans.
Night skiing: No
St Anton has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1,304m
Top of slopes: 2,811m
Bottom of piste: 1,304m
Vertical drop: 1,507m
Total length of trails:280km
Longest piste:11.32 km
Brimming with traditional Austrian charm but with all the conveniences of a modern resort, St Anton's vast, high altitude ski area and vibrant atmosphere make it truly world class. It's one of the major international destinations that everyone must visit at least once (and is likely to return to frequently thereafter). Two minutes from the train station and less than an hour's drive from Innsbruck airport, it's a conveniently accessible resort. The main village is traffic free and stretches for about 1km - dot...
It's often said that if you learn to ski or snowboard here, you're likely to find any other resort an utter breeze... Just don't do a Bridget Jones (her memorable descent in 'Edge of Reason' took place on one of the more challenging Arlberg runs) and make sure to take advantage of the excellent tuition on offer. Thanks to local legend Hannes Schneider, St Anton opened the first ski school in 1921. The Skischule Arlberg continues to provide excellent tuition today, so beginners are in good hands. There's a nurs...
The après ski here is absolutely legendary: the atmosphere is constantly buzzing and with a night bus running until 3am, you can really make the most of your evening. You'll find about 20 bars offering a variety of scenes, but to experience après ski at its best you can't leave until you've joined the masses and danced on the tables at world-famous Mooserwirt or The Crazy Kangaroo (Krazy Kanguruh). While it's reputation is lively (and the resort lives up to it) there are lots of options if you prefer a more so...

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"Couldn't have been better"

Mr Lister, Chorlton
4/ out of 5
Stayed here in a big group last Jan – we thought the chalet was great, exactly what it said it was. The chalet is probably a three to five minute walk from the middle of the village of St Anton. It’s also between there and Nasserein and about a 10 minute walk from the lift there which was doable. The décor and finish were slightly dated with traditional wood panelling and an Austrian style interior. Very clean and tidy, hosts were great and food fantastic, you get what you paid for it. I have skied in St Anton before and would say it’s best for intermediate and advanced skiers, not so much for families although as a resort it definitely has a lot to offer. It would be really perfect for young adults in their twenties and thirties as it has a good vibrant après scene.

"No complaints!"

S.R.
4/ out of 5
No complaints from our stay here! It’s a nice clean chalet, fairly basic so not a luxury chalet but it was OK. The meals were good and varied – we didn’t get the same thing twice and got to choose. There was wine at the table which wasn’t an expensive wine but it was drinkable and they had a fridge with beers in it where you put a pound in the box and take a beer which worked out well as the drinks cost a lot more in the town and you didn’t have to go and get your own drinks from the supermarket. The room we had wasn’t terribly big but we only used it for going to bed. There’s a room under where you but your boots and skis which was useful. In terms of its location the Hans is ideal, it’s an easy 5 minute walk to the lifts and near the town which is really nice and lively.

"Acceptable chalet"

Roger Benfield, Ipswich
3/ out of 5
Not too bad! I’d give it a 7/10. Acceptable. It’s a bit dated, I understand that they are renovating it for next season. There are some quirky decorations - plates on the wall, patterns on the ceiling, that sort of thing. The location wasn’t too bad. You have to walk to the lift, the bus doesn’t stop near to the chalet. It’s about a 7-8 minute walk. The food was reasonable, the menu wasn’t bad. I thought it was unusual to have cooked breakfast every day; you can’t really get English sausages and bacon in the Alps… I wonder whether they bring it over from the UK. The sausages they served were an acquired taste! Their homemade cakes were good. Our room was small and clean. It was quite clearly end of season, the snow in St. Anton wasn’t good and we were the last group in the chalet. The two girls that ran the chalet were polite but there wasn’t really any interaction with the guests. They never made the beds and we had to keep asking for more toilet roll. One evening they prepared 1 meal too short. We went out to eat quite a bit, there are lots of decent restaurants. There is a nice Italian restaurant almost opposite the chalet. I got a cheap last minute deal with this holiday, but I don’t think I’d come back to St. Anton, I prefer places with more character.

"Characterful Austro-alpine home from home"

Sno man, Sno Staff
4/ out of 5
Traditionally Austrian and with plenty of Tyrolean characteristics, it’s been given its own unique twist by the owner’s personal artistic talents, with everything from furniture to murals. It creates part of the homely and warm feeling that oozes from the building. A brilliant feature of this chalet is its location, nearly equal distance from the town (400 yards) and the lift (550 yards), with the Gampen lift a little further on than the town. This is an ideal choice for families and groups alike, especially those of us who are keen to get out and explore the town further, and with good access across the resort on flat ground, there’s no excuse not to!
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