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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.

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At a glance: • Huge Arlberg area • Awesome après ski • Extensive powder terrain

Great for: • Groups • Non skiers • Off-piste • Chalets • Après ski

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.

St Anton Resort

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 - dotted with hotels, restaurants, bars and shops to suit a wide range of tastes and budgets.

The long tradition of skiing stems in no small part from the St Anton area. To the amusement of locals, the parish priest in Lech first strapped on a couple of planks in 1895, starting a trend that has held ever since.

The competitive side of skiing is encouraged here, where the first ever ski race took place in 1904. Since the famous Arlberg-Kandahar Race in 1928 it has hosted various championships including the 2001 World Cup. Anyone can participate in the famous White Thrill race, which includes a 9km decent from Valluga. Children aren’t left out either - the ski schools organise weekly races and a slalom competition.

The Arlberg lift pass grants access to an extensive 280km of marked trails, not to mention 180km of fantastic off-piste. 84 lifts, easily accessed from the village transport over 125,000 per hour all over the Arlberg linked domain, which covers St.Anton as well as Pettneu, St. Christoph, Stuben, Lech, Zürs and Klösterle (aka Sonnenkopf). All areas are connected by an efficient (and free) shuttle bus.

With quality pistes, exhilarating powder, world-famous après ski and off-slope activities galore, St Anton has pretty much everything - it's even got a starring role in British Cinema - as the setting of rom-com 'Chalet Girl'.

Stats & FAQ

Location: Austria, Alps.

Established: 1900

Open: December - April

Downhill: 280km

View our detailed St Anton snow forecast or snow report and see all live webcams, piste maps, road and travel maps and lift pass prices. For a picture of historic snow conditions see the snow depths month by month with our St Anton snow history.

Nearest Airport & Transfer Time:
Innsbruck (INN)100km, 1 h
Friedrichshafen (FDH)130km, 1h30
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  • 112km 40%

  • 135km 48%

  • 33km 12%

Top Altitude:2,811m
Bottom Altitude:1,304m
Resort Altitude:1,304m
Longest run:11.32 km
Slope Orientation:NSEW
Vertical Drop:1,507m
Skiable Vertical:1,507m
Night Skiing:No
Glacier:No

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Downhill Runs:280km
Beginner slopes:40%
Intermediate:48%
Advanced slopes:12%
Lift Pass Price: €228 (adult 6 day)
Nearby resorts: Zurs, Lech, St Christoph

Skiing/BoardingSkiing in St Anton

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 nursery slope at Nasserein as well as some beginner runs at Gampen. Once your confidence is building, your instructor will direct you to the easiest runs in the area. There are some nice ones in Kapall for snowploughing and the Osthang is a lovely, wide blue.

For intermediates, some quiet reds can be found in the Rendl area. Those with more confidence will enjoy the lengthy run from Schindler Spitze to Rauz, which has over 1000m of vertical.

This place is an absolute dream for advanced skiers with formidable steeps, mogul fields and awesome off-piste. With lifts now linking with the Lech ski area, the scope of terrain you can experience is immense. The runs from Valluga (particularly on the north face) are incredible and experts must ski the red Kapall, women's downhill run Karl-Schranz and the legendary black Kandahar. You can really come into your own on the off-piste here, which is some of the world's best by a long shot. Get a guide to show you the steeps, drops and powder stashes around Galzig, Rendl and the mighty Valluga.

The amazing STANTON Snowpark has a range of jumps, boxes and rails for everyone from beginners to pro’s to enjoy some quality freestyling as well as a funcross and a huge terrace if you prefer to watch the action.

The area also has about 40km of cross-country trails.

St Anton Apres Ski

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 sophisticated evening. A new addition, Murrmel offers a stylish lounge bar and nightclub for après ski in a more cosmopolitan setting.

In the 90+ restaurants you'll find food from around the world served in a variety of settings for a range of budgets. The Museum restaurant is a popular choice not only because of the fantastic food but also its charmingly traditional decor. It's also joined with the Museum which is well worth a look around if you have some spare time. For the best pizza in town, visit Pomodoro or have a curry at Kandahar.

Arlberg-well centre has indoor and outdoor pools, saunas and steam rooms if pampering is on the cards, while in the arl.rock centre you can climb indoors or out, play tennis, squash, volleyball or football or go bowling. If you want to appreciate the landscape further, there's a toboggan run which is floodlit in the evenings and an outdoor ice rink. There are lots of places to walk in the Arlberg area and you can book an expedition during the day or in torch-light at night. For a real treat have a horse-drawn sleigh ride or try paragliding.

Best time to go

Best time to ski St Anton

When is the best time to ski St Anton?

With slopes facing N, S, E and W in the Arlberg area, you can plan your day to ski each slope in its peak condition with the Arlberg area lift pass.

Snow is historically good (average 7m snowfall) on St Anton's slopes and the season runs from December with good snow through to April. Although she does a pretty impressive job, Mother Nature's got a helping hand in the form of 194 snow cannons which cover 82 km of the Arlberg pistes, covering 95% of the piste with artificial snow in the St. Anton/St. Christoph area (including Rendl, Galzig, Kapall and Gampen).

Peak Dates

If you spend Christmas in St Anton, you'll enjoy a traditional Austrian Christmas in a spectacular setting. Enjoy a fantastic performance from the Wiltener boys choir, browse the festive market or even treat yourself to an unforgettable horse-drawn sleigh ride. Special dinners are served in the hotels and restaurants and a traditional Mass can also be attended. Browse St Anton Christmas ski holidays ‣

At 11pm on New Year's Eve in St Anton, everyone heads to the town centre for a countdown with champagne, DJs and firework display. You can then spend the early hours of the New Year in one of St Anton's legendary après ski destinations. Browse St Anton New Year ski holidays ‣

Those looking for an alpine escape during February Half Term can enjoy the fantastic snow and vast range of off-slope activities that St Anton has to offer. Browse St Anton Half Term ski holidays ‣

St Anton is a good resort to opt for if you want to Ski at Easter. In Easter at St Anton the extensive ski terrain and great artificial snow coverage will make sure you find some good quality slopes to enjoy. Browse St Anton Easter ski holidays ‣

St Anton Ratings & Customer Feedback
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Average Rating 4.5 out of 5
We love St Anton, it’s our favourite location, we’ve returned a few times and have encouraged friends to go here too. There’s a high level of skiing and snowboarding which suits our family well as we like to do a bit of both – we just like to cover the whole of the mountain and gobble it up. It’s definit... + more
Beth Fitzgerald, Sunningdale
5 out of 5
We were all very impressed with St Anton; the kids especially rated it. The skiing opportunities are great, it’s a lovely set up and there is a good variety of slopes - my two youngsters are very proficient skiers and had enough challenges to keep them happy. It’s probably not fantastic for absolute beginners... + more
Frances Loots, Perth
5 out of 5
St Anton is like a strip that runs through the valley, it’s quite an old resort and has some history – some of the Austrian downhill champions came from here. The village is quite picturesque with some old original chalet buildings and a nice church. Although it’s not a very big village, there’s a fair bit... + more
Edward Quinn, London
5 out of 5
One of the best resorts in Europe – the lift system is very fast and efficient. Even if there’s a queue that looks like something you’d find at Alton Towers, they get shot of the queues quickly. The longest I’ve waited is ten minutes and that was when only a couple of runs were open so everyone in resort wa... + more
Jimmy, Liverpool
5 out of 5
Pretty good restaurants up on the piste and nice runs, though from a snowboarder’s perspective it’s more skier friendly in terms of how the runs are set up. One piece of advice – there’s a ski lift that goes up to the other half of the resort where there’s a snow park, it’s worth checking it out early on ... + more
Sam, London
4 out of 5
We spent our first family ski holiday here and had a great time, the kids are still talking about it! It’s a fantastic resort, well known for après ski but we didn’t see much of that with children! We all had lessons and the ski school was great – the kids loved it. We were a bit worried about condition... + more
Anon, London
5 out of 5
We had a good week but it snowed almost all the time so most of St Anton was shut! We always ski at Easter, the warmer weather is more pleasant for children which makes it worth putting up with the afternoon slush – however this time there was no slush at all and it was so cold, it was as if we were skiing in ... + more
Deborah, Simon & Adam,
4 out of 5
Our experience of St Anton was marred slightly by the lack of snow in the beginning of April, but if I picture it with a good coverage, I think it would be incredible. You need to be a fearless skier to enjoy the area, if you were to take a nervous skier here you’d put them off for life. I wouldn’t take a... + more
Anna-Marie Boyd, New Malden
4 out of 5
We absolutely loved St Anton! It’s quite lively so you have to be a bit careful with where you book your accommodation if you're a light sleeper, but the ski area is fantastic with some lovely ski runs. The resort is quite easy to get to – under 2 hours transfer from the airport – which is always a good thing. + more
Mrs Watson, Maidstone
4 out of 5
We were here at the very end of March/beginning of April because we had to work around university dates for the children, but you do need to go a little earlier for the best conditions. We still skied every day but just finished a little early a few times and went to the Krazy Kanguruh - St Anton is on a little... + more
Mrs V Cribbin, Gloucestershire
5 out of 5
I love it! I think it’s the best ski resort in Europe. It has great skiing and great après, which is unusual for a ski resort; most resorts have one or the other. The only thing is I don’t think it’s great for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers definitely get more out of the resort. I would strongl... + more
Rachel Mulheron, Cardiff
5 out of 5
St Anton is a fantastic resort! My two sons loved it! We stayed in Pettneu which was about a 5 minute bus ride away from the main lift in St Anton. It’s much quieter than St Anton itself so is great for families. There’s a lovely little cake shop at the bottom of the village where the bus stop is where we... + more
Mrs Parsons, Abingdon
5 out of 5
St Anton is truly the crown jewel of the Austrian Alps, sitting amidst the picturesque ski resorts of Lech and St Christoph, St Anton consists of an excellent variety of skiing runs to suits varying abilities ranging from the cautious beginner through to the seasoned off piste expert. A long day on the slopes i... + more
Joe Carter, London
5 out of 5
This was our first time in St Anton and it was a lovely town; not a purpose built resort like you get in France, which have great skiing but horrible buildings, but a classic Austrian town. The resort is relaxed and we found some bars with live music and a good range of entertainment for both us and our sons. ... + more
Stuart Genet & family, Fife
5 out of 5
I’d definitely go back to St Anton, really loved it there! The town is lively with good pubs and live music if you wanted to go out and the skiing was great. I wouldn’t recommend it to beginners, three of the people I went with weren’t very good skiers and struggled a bit, but if you’re an average skier int... + more
S.R.,
5 out of 5
I would recommend St Anton to everyone. I’ve been a few times now. The ski school are great there and the whole process is really easy. In France the ski schools run until 12 and then you have to go back and collect them, but here they ski until 3.30pm which is much better. It isn’t really a beginner resort b... + more
Charlie,
5 out of 5
April weather was too hot at the beginning of the week and too cloudy at the end. Being right at the end of the season a fair bit of it was shut but there was still plenty of bars and clubs and places to drink – like Basecamp. It wasn’t as lively as I’d expected but again it was the end of the season, and it... + more
Martin Somers,
4 out of 5
I’d been to St Anton before and am a big fan of Austria. The conditions at the end of March were OK as we’d been lucky with the weather. The apres ski is excellent and the ski area is pretty vast with good skiing off piste. + more
D. M., Surrey
4 out of 5
Liked St Anton, it was fine for our family. I think I actually prefer France though – the facilities in Austria are good but it’s all hotels, France has more restaurants and the food is much better. Also France is a bit more shabby chic whereas we thought Austria was more modern. + more
G. M., Shropshire
4 out of 5
I’d have no problems going back here – the first time I stayed here we were right in the centre of the town at the bottom of the first lift and we found it so noisy. You had the noise from the bars and clubs and then by the time the people were going home from those, you had the workers starting up early for ... + more
Chris,
4 out of 5
St Anton’s one of the resorts we’d heard a lot about and wanted to go to. It’s hiked up to be quite crazy, which it is - and of course there’s plenty of skiing. But I don’t know if we’d return… I think we’ll go back to France next year. A lot of the bars are run by Austrians and Germans, while in Courch... + more
Shon, Pembrokeshire
4 out of 5
St Anton is a lovely, pretty resort and great for some fun and après ski etc. It has everything that you need and I had a great time. It could have done with some sun however, as it was basically a whiteout whilst I was there. I am a good skier and I still felt that the skiing is pretty hard core… Especially ... + more
Lucy,
4 out of 5
It was my first time in St. Anton, I would definitely go back. I am a top end beginner skier and the terrain was challenging enough for me. I was skiing together with some very good skiers, they thought that some of the blacks were easier than French blacks. It was late season and I was amazed to see as much sn... + more
Mrs. Cox, York
4 out of 5
We had a great week – we’ll go back next year! First time here and absolutely loved it! People obviously don’t get tired of St Anton – everyone else in our chalet had been before. It was late in the season and when we arrived it was rather green which was a concern, but they worked very hard to maintain th... + more
Jasmin, London
5 out of 5
We like the Austrian ski resorts but weren’t as keen on St Anton, we found it a bit Euro – it seems to have lost a bit of its charm. The week we went was really off peak and we were amazed how busy it was, we still had to queue a lot for the top lift- it’s obviously an incredibly popular resort. The ski are... + more
Clare & Neil, Cornwall
5 out of 5
Been to St Anton a couple of times and loved it. It’s not really too kind on beginners and we had some in our group, if I was doing a group holiday to St Anton again I’d probably bring intermediates and above. The après ski is the main reason I like it here, the Mooserwirt is another level and everyone alway... + more
J. Smith, Oxfordshire
5 out of 5
We loved it! We have very fond memories of St. Anton. We were lucky with the snow, the conditions were good. My daughter had a ball – all the après ski was great for her. My son came too and he is a beginner snowboarder. Even though the resort isn’t known for being good for beginners and for snowboarders, th... + more
Caroline Jacobs, Melbourne
5 out of 5
We both had a really good week in St Anton, I’d been there before with my family and love skiing there. The skiing’s more on the difficult side, I don’t think I’d recommend it to a complete beginner. One of the best things is the nightlife, which is always really busy. Taps is a great bar up on the mountain... + more
Nadja, Somerset
5 out of 5
We hadn’t been to St Anton before but we will go back. We liked everything about it: nice slopes, friendly people and good après. I would definitely recommend skiing here. + more
Farshad, West Sussex
5 out of 5
Skied here in April and the snow was a little hit and miss, but I love St Anton! Would definitely ski here again. Five out of five! + more
David, London
5 out of 5
St Anton is a great place to go, it has amazing après ski and is very lively – you can’t go wrong with the Krazy Kanguruh and Mosserwirt. Some slopes are steeper near the resort so maybe it’s not ideal for beginners. + more
Joanna Mecklenburgh, Herne Hill
5 out of 5
We had a really good time. Everyone would say the same thing about St Anton – it’s not for beginners. My girls weren’t very experienced but are young and weren’t put off but for younger children it wouldn’t be ideal. If you’re an experienced skier, it has everything you want. There are some lovely restau... + more
The Bourassa family, Norwich
5 out of 5
We stayed in Lech but actually spent most afternoons here and would definitely consider staying in St Anton next time. I learnt to ski in Val d’Isere which is my kind of resort and I have to say St Anton is a touch better. The après ski is amazing - KK’s (Krazy Kangruh’s) is where we spent most of our time ... + more
Will, North Yorkshire
5 out of 5
Great! This was the first time we’d been to Austria as we always do France. Eating out and bars definitely seemed cheaper, and everyone was generally more polite. We always ski at half term when France has huge queues to get to the lifts, but here it was so much quieter, you wouldn’t have known it was half te... + more
ANON, 13/02/2016
5 out of 5
Will definitely go back to St Anton, it was busy but really good. Accommodation all seems to be a bit bigger in Austria than you get in France, and the locals are friendlier too! It was really sunny (I got very sunburned) but we still managed to enjoy the snow. + more
Kieran, Essex
5 out of 5
I loved St. Anton! It was the first time that I had skied here and as it was Feb half term, it was crazy busy. I thought it was fantastic though. It is one of the top resorts in the world and it certainly reflects that. + more
Megan,
5 out of 5
The snow conditions weren’t brilliant, but it was April. The slopes were slushy, probably the worst condition I’ve experienced. We still managed to ski in the mornings though. This is definitely not a resort for beginners (especially on the week we went, as the only open run back down was a black run). It’s ... + more
Brian,
5 out of 5
St Anton’s skiing is really good, a bit difficult for beginners but we only had a couple of learners with us. We’d heard the après was amazing, but it wasn’t really our style – it’s very cheesy! Weather was variable – one blue sky day, reasonable visibility on half of the other days and snowy on the rest. + more
Jack,
4 out of 5
I’d been to St Anton about 10 years ago, and having returned in 2016 it hasn’t changed much. The rest of the group hasn’t been but no one had a bad word to say about it, we had a good week. We had pretty decent weather – with 6/6 days of skiing you can’t complain! We were a mixed bunch with some first and ... + more
Cowcliffe Crew, Huddersfield
4 out of 5
The hills are good and we had more than enough snow in April. There’s a Pizzeria called Pomodoro that is absolutely fabulous, top notch food. They don’t take bookings and they don’t need to, it’s always absolutely rammed at the end of the day! + more
Anon, Bath
4 out of 5
Hadn’t been here before but the après ski is mental! It’s a brilliant place and we all had a fantastic time. The only downside was that it was quite late in the season and there wasn’t much snow at the bottom, we’re mostly snowboarders but there wasn’t really any powder. We will definitely go back again b... + more
Andrew Timms,
4 out of 5
We were a group of 14 on men’s trip of fathers and sons and I think everyone would like to go back to St Anton! There was enough for us fathers to do and the youngsters found plenty of bars and clubs. We’ve been to a lot of ski resorts before and St Anton has better après ski than anywhere else. We had plent... + more
Mike Pearce, Torfaen
4 out of 5
It’s a great resort. I’m not sure it’s beginner friendly, it was fine for us as we are experienced skiers but for our children it was quite difficult. The blue slopes weren’t so easy and some were quite steep. We were lucky that it snowed while we were there and that we had fresh powder because it was quite... + more
Gill Harris, Shropshire
4 out of 5
The snow was pretty rubbish while we were here (early April) but it looked like there was a lot of potential. I wanted to go off-piste, but the snow wasn’t really good enough. My advice is to go earlier in the season when the snow is better. The lift system was very good, the lifts are fast and efficient, and... + more
Graham Dauncey, London
4 out of 5
We went at the end of the season and the snow wasn’t good at all. It varied between slush and ice. It was raining when we left. I had the feeling that the whole place was closing down. It’s the 3rd time I’ve been to St. Anton and I don’t think I’d go again – I prefer Morzine and places with more character... + more
Roger Benfield, Ipswich
3 out of 5
I’d definitely go back to St. Anton, it’s a good resort, but I think I would have enjoyed it more if there had been more snow. We went over Christmas and it was quite crowded – I think this is because there were a lot of people who would normally ski off-piste who end up having to stick to the pistes. We wer... + more
Christopher Wall, Droitwich
3 out of 5
Quite a low resort but amazing snow, huge skiing for intermediates and advanced and the most famous apres ski in Austria, probably in the world. The town is really cool, I thought not quite as lively as Saalbach/Hinterglemm but good fun. Having said that I did visit Saalbach when there were over 2000 students i... + more
Andrew Fyfe, Aberdeen
5 out of 5
I travelled from Lech/Zurs purely for the nightlife on the mountain in St Anton. We skiied from the half way point in the early afternoon and honestly even in february, the conditions were less than perfect (If you like a good mogul then it's great but if, like me, they make you want to cry then it's a tough sk... + more
Hannah Umlandt, Bromley
5 out of 5
St Anton is a charming little place in the valley but be cautious about the ski area if you’re not a confident skier. I took my daughter here who was only 7 and didn’t realise that St Anton is a harder resort – the red runs are more like blacks so it’s more of a place for advanced skiers. We ended up catchi... + more
Robert,
4 out of 5
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Families in St Anton

Our family chalets are the ideal base for a ski holiday – and with chalets being hard to find in other Austrian resorts, our properties in St Anton make a great choice for a traditional Austrian ski experience. Large chalets and chalet hotels like Chalet Adler and Chalet Hotel Schweizerhof have lovely communal dining and living areas where children can make friends and play while grown-ups enjoy other adult company. We also have smaller chalets if you prefer to book somewhere with sole occupancy and a range of hotels with excellent childcare facilities as well as swimming pools, spas and on-site bars where grown-ups won’t have to leave the property to enjoy a few drinks.

Book your family accommodation with flights and transfers for the easiest way to get to the mountains or opt for a package with channel crossings if you prefer to self drive. Accommodation-only deals are also available - just select ‘Independent travel’ in your search below.

St Anton actually had the world’s first ski school and the fantastic schools here today maintain the resort’s extremely high standards, so if you’re taking your family to the mountains for the first time, rest assured they’re in excellent hands. Ski School Arlberg teaches children as young as 3 in fun and safe environments with fairytale playgrounds and magic carpets in St Anton, St Christoph and Nasserein. They also provide courses for teens who can learn to carve, race and freestyle and experience deep snow. Märchenwiese is a lovely gentle meadow for learners and there are some brilliant routes for the whole family to enjoy together around Nasserein.

Childcare is available in the Kindergarten for any children too young to ski – ask us about which accommodation has childcare that you can book with your holiday. Enjoy quality time together off the slopes in the sports and wellness centre, bowling alley, on the floodlit sledding slope or on a horse-drawn sleigh ride.

GroupsGroup Holidays St Anton

St Anton is a super resort for groups, with a variety of terrain and accommodation to suit everyone as well as legendary après ski. Our ski chalets are really popular for group holidays – find somewhere that sleeps the same amount of people as your group and you can enjoy sole occupancy. Chalet Arlhof is a lovely old hunting lodge offering a traditional Tyrolean setting for up to 8 guests and the Mountain Lodge chalets like Chalet Gampen provide a more modern but equally as cosy setting for groups of 8-10. Hotels also work well for groups, where you can book single, twin, double, family or superior rooms to suit everyone’s needs and join together for dinner and drinks in on-site restaurants, bars and lounges. Hotel Alte Post boasts a conveniently central location, only a couple of minutes walk to the ski lift. If you’re deliberating whether to go for a chalet or hotel, book the best of both worlds with somewhere like Chalet Hotel Rosanna, which is right next to Scotty’s bar for groups wanting to party.

Large hotels and chalets with a number of rooms are ideal if you think others might want to join your group later down the line. For the ultimate St Anton getaway, pick one of our cream-of-the-crop 4 and 5 star hotels and superior chalets and enjoy excellent service and wellness facilities on a luxury ski holiday. Ski in / ski out accommodation and properties near ski lifts and the slopes are ideal for keen skiers and snowboarders who want to get straight out onto the snow. Choose somewhere near the ski school meeting point if any of your group are taking lessons. If it’s proximity to the après you’re after, we have some brilliant hotels and chalets in the town centre near to the best bars and nightclubs around.

St Anton’s variety of beginner, intermediate and advanced skiing and boarding terrain and the wide selection of après ski, off-slope activity and indoor entertainment means there’s something here for groups of all shapes and sizes. Check the deals below to find something that suits your group and get in touch for expert advice, friendly assistance and easy booking.

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Accommodation Number of nights Price (per person) from
Chalet Kapall 7 £ 491
Chalet Galzig 7 £ 491
Chalet Fauner B 7 £ 689
Chalet Rosanna 7 £ 749
Chalet Hotel Pepi Gabl 7 £ 789
Hotel Post 7 £ 809
Hotel Arlberg 7 £ 809
Chalet Cristal 7 £ 809
Chalet Valluga 7 £ 917
Chalet Monte Vera 7 £ 935

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