The Hotel Alpenhof is bursting with alpine character. It's a simple, traditionally furnished place, with friendly faces and welcoming service. It's located roughly a kilometre from the resort centre and the same from the Nasserein gondola lift. Don't worry though, the owners provide a regular private shuttle service and the resort ski bus stops just outside.
The facilities at the hotel are cosy as well - a small lounge is perfect for relaxing at the end of the day, or you can venture down into the cellar bar for a rejuvenating drink. There's a restaurant and terrace with stellar views, and when you need to work out the kinks, head to the sauna, outdoor hot tub and steam room.
From the hotel to…
Nearest lift: 900m to Nasserein gondola
Tuition meeting point: 900m
Resort centre: 1km
About the resort
St Anton is known for world-class terrain and a legendary après-ski scene. This is the place for intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders to really push themselves and then reward themselves after a big day on the mountain with a stein of beer or a (very) warming shnapps.
It has over 300kms of marked runs and some huge off-piste challenges. Absolutely stunning scenery adds to the glamour of this amazing resort and with four mountains to explore and loads of steep drops, it’s a great addition to the mighty Arlberg region.
Additions to the lift system means that the entire Arlberg region is connected. Finally, Lech, Zürs, St Cristoph and St Anton are now accessible without having to hop on a bus! Just what the piste hungry were wanting!
Area size: 340km
Linked resorts: Lech and Zürs
Resort altitude: 1304m
Skiing altitude: 1304m to 2811m
Number of runs: 134
Range of runs: 44% blue, 36% red and 20% black
Lifts: 14 drags, 18 chairs, 18 gondolas and 1 Funicular
Night skiing: No
Cross country trails: 41km
Snowmaking: 59% of runs covered
Resort bus: Yes
Food and drink
It's half-board for meals at the Hotel Alpenhof. This means a hot and cold breakfast buffet will be waiting for you each morning. When you finally make it back from the slopes in the evening you can sit down to a sumptuous four-course evening meal that includes a healthy salad buffet.
The 30 rooms at the Hotel Alpenhof are simple and reflect the traditional character of the building. Most come with Austrian twin beds, a bathroom with bath or shower, a TV, mini-safe and a hairdryer. Rooms with two single beds are also available on request.