Best Luxury Hotels in St Anton am Arlberg –


This Austrian Tyrolean village is a gateway to the beautiful Arlberg ski area, a region partly responsible for the design of sport. The village also offers a slice of authentic mountain life, as well as some of the best afternoons in the world. It’s both charming and lively, offering plenty of party opportunities and thrilling slopes popular with advanced skiers. It’s only a short walk from the UK, with excellent snow cover from December to April each year. Here are our favorite hotels to check out when you hit the slopes of St Anton.

St. Antoner Hof by Raffl

If you are looking for a very central location with five star treatment, book Raffl’s St. Antoner Hof. Its 39 rooms and suites are traditional and cozy, with contemporary touches. You feel relaxed, but the service is discreetly attentive. The colorful design pieces found in the hotel are standout features and that bohemian theme extends to its restaurant, Raffl’s Eat Art, where the menu is extremely creative, coming from a multi-award-winning chef. Other dining concepts are Seven SKY (sushi served in a baroque-style dining room) and Sticky Fingers for comforting Tyrolean cuisine. There is also a spa with an indoor pool, Finnish sauna, Turkish steam bath and solarium.

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Mooser Hotel

This is one of the few ski in ski out properties in St Anton. Mooser is perched at the foot of the mountain, near the Galzig cable car. But it’s not just the location that sets this hotel apart, a highlight is the heated outdoor infinity pool that has been built into the rock of the gorge. As such, the views are to die for. The same goes for the views from the top floor restaurant and bar. Huge windows offer a privileged perspective, in a decorative environment made in part from reclaimed wood. Mooser’s interior design is artistic and contemporary, especially as it was only built in 2011. And it’s fully soundproofed, providing a cocoon-like experience once inside. There is also a spa including an infrared sauna, a dry heat sauna, a stone sauna and a hammam.

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Raffl’s Tyrol Hotel

With a quintessentially retro vibe, this hotel is funky, yet stylish. It’s quirky, with plenty of mid-century furnishings and luxe features in the suites, like spiral glass showers, freestanding soaking tubs, and living rooms with open fireplaces. The best form of accommodation is a large two-bedroom rooftop suite. While this extra space is fine for families, in general, this property is preferred by couples. Guests staying here have the advantage of having access to all facilities of Tyrolean partner hotel Raffl’s St. Antoner Hof, the first on our list. The hotels also have the same three styles of restaurants, and while there’s no on-site spa here, there is a steam room and sauna cabins.

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Hotel Tannenhof

Housed in a classic chalet-style building, the five-star Hotel Tannenhof has a regal feel inside (likely due to many touches of traditionally royal purple and red color in its textiles). Its spa was completely redesigned five years ago, offering stunning mountain views, luxury holistic treatments, indoor and outdoor pools – the former with a counter-current system and the latter with a natural hot spring. – 16 treatment rooms and an aromatic steam bath. You can enjoy high Alpine cuisine, suites with private balconies and a private car service with Maserati driver.

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