Ski-in, ski-out access just off of the main St. Christoph lift, St. Christophbahn. It is a short walk into the centre of the village.
It is possible to ski-out and down to the St. Christophbahn. This is connected to St. Anton on the lift system., The village centre is a five minute walk.
*There is a two week minimum stay over the New Year period*
This exquisite penthouse apartment is the cherry on top of a recently completed chalet that stands out as the first building to be built in the exclusive hamlet of St. Christoph in the last 50 years.
Above and beyond this feat, Skyfall penthouse is a truly outstanding home that fuses, with absolute grace, new and old-world design, embraces texture and pattern, and delights in its attention to detail with bespoke furnishings and finishing's throughout.
Set over two floors, Skyfall Penthouse, is a true ski-in property, in fact, the unique design of the building means that it is literally set into the mountainside ensuring that returning skiers simply step inside off the slope. Alternatively, the penthouse is accessed by a lift from the ground floor bringing you directly into the apartment and to the same point as if you ski into the property.
The entrance area introduces you to the apartment’s continuous theme of rustic charm juxtaposed with contemporary flair. The walls are clad in a visually-stunning and unique design of wooden bricks. To your left is the ski and boot room where century-old re-purposed wood paneling and punchy art and furnishings make a statement. There is also a guest WC here. Beyond the boot room is a single staff bedroom with en-suite shower room. A short passageway leads into the living area or enter the kitchen to the right of the entrance.
The well-equipped kitchen is bright and tastefully completed with dark marble counter-tops and engaging contemporary artworks which adorn one wall. It leads into the dining area and there is the option for these two rooms to be divided by a glass-paneled sliding door, increasing guests’ privacy. The dining table seats ten around a gorgeous solid wood table.
Enter the living room through one of two doorways leading off the dining room. This simply gorgeous room draws guests in with its large open-fire place and offers ample seating in a large L-shaped sofa or one of two elegant arm chairs. The daylight pours into this room through the many windows; affording spectacular mountain views, but curtains drawn at night transform it into a sumptuous and cosy room in which to enjoy a glass of champagne and relive the day’s adventures.
A cinema with a large screen and Apple technology completes the lower floor.
A staircase at the entrance area leads to the sleeping quarters upstairs as well as the Hamman and sauna. The Hamman is a bold design of emerald green mosaic tiles and the sauna is greatly enhanced by the windows providing rejuvenating light and discrete views onto the pistes.
The penthouse’s four bedrooms are thoughtfully located at each corner of this floor each affording views that mean no guest is disadvantaged. They are accessed by a corridor which forms an open quadrangle that looks down to the living area below. The first bedroom is a charming double bunk room with en-suite shower room, ideal for children. Next is the beautiful master bedroom which has a fixed king-sized bed and an en-suite & bath and shower room with a roll-top bath and a rain shower and double sinks. The bedroom is adorned with photographs and memorabilia from Mount Everest. The third bedroom has a fixed king-sized bed and & en-suite bathroom with Antarctica being the chosen theme destination for this room. The fourth bedroom is a fixed twin room with en-suite bathroom and windows looking down to the ski hill. All rooms have built-in cupboards.
Guests at Skyfall Penthouse are offered free utilisation of all facilities at the Hospiz Hotel, which include a full spa and swimming pool as well as childcare. This stunning hotel which is less than a five-minute stroll away, is also home to five distinct and unique restaurants, each with a different theme, giving self-catered guests a considerable choice for dining options over the course of a week's stay.
The property is sold on a catered or self-catered basis.
The property normally comes with a dedicated driver service from 8.30am - 1am daily when sold on a fully catered basis. The service operates between St. Christoph and St. Anton. The driver service does not extend to Lech.
The property is available on a catered and self-catered basis.
*Afternoon tea is not cleared away on the staff day off.
**This service is based on a week-long stay and services may be tailored to your exact requirements during the booking process. Exact services included with each booking will be listed on the Booking Confirmation.
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•Off-piste bowls and chutes galore •Quaint Austrian Charm •250km ski area
This traditional and cosy village wouldn’t look out of place in a fairytale but offers much more. The fact that it’s part of the huge Arlberg Ski area, and sits between Zurs and St. Anton on the legendary Arlberg pass is a huge draw, offering the opportunity to ski some world-class pistes from a quaint alpine base.
Great for •Families •Quiet getaway •Advanced skiers
Snow Report: Top cm, Bottom cm
Snow Forecast: cm expected this week
Snow History: January average depth cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Innsbruck||100km, 1 hour 10 mins|
St Christoph lift pass price last reported as €235 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Skyfall Penthouse.
Night skiing: No
St Christoph has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December-End Of April.
|Top of slopes:||2811m|
|Bottom of piste:||1304m|
|Total length of trails:||260km|