The Austrian Alps are the most picturesque of mountain destinations – quaint villages with bustling communities offering a real sense of tradition among the most elegant of architecture. Set beneath endless trails and eclectic terrain, skiers of all levels flock to St. Anton to enjoy its never-ending off-piste.
Preserving a customary charm at its heart, while introducing a sense of glitz around the edges, St Anton is the perfect blend of quaint and contemporary. With the dedicated skier in mind (as much as the dedicated follower of fashion), there is plenty on offer to entertain guests throughout an extended break.
Understated yet ebullient, St Anton’s establishments blend style with substance across an eclectic mix of piste-side settings. Hidden gems hide between trees and offer the most generous of local fare – warming bowls and steaming wine delivered by the barrel load.
Then descend into bedlam as the famous mountain-top bars offer skiers the chance to unwind in energised surrounds – the resort boasts some of the liveliest après in the Alps with music that even the younger members of the family can enjoy.
Fancy a quieter finale? Retreat into town and enjoy a suburban café – St Anton is replete with any manner of offerings.
Sitting at 1,300m, the town is nestled beneath several peaks so guests can recline in the surrounds of their beautifully welcoming chalet, admiring the endless trails that descend from the summit. With over 340km of skiing across the Arlberg area, there is a slope to challenge all ski levels.
Kings Avenue hosts the homeliest of chalets in St Anton, many of which are easily accessed from the slopes; so, whether planning a guided off-piste tour or powdery adventure, there is no better stop-off at the end of the day than one of our wondrously relaxing chalets.