so if you travel in Europe in the summer this issue is AC...good news is that here that is not an issue. They are extremely comfortable and spacious rooms, nice spa, nice gym and great location
you can eat here for all your meals and typically the breakfast in included.
town is very cute and at the base of skiing in the winter. the summer hiking is also right out your door and some good other eating options within a short walk
cute, fun and worth the trip
Stayed here for our ski holiday in March. Lovely food, 6 course dinner, but small portions that are really well balanced. Always a choice of dishes including vegetarian. Good choice of food for breakfast too. Afternoon tea available with lovely confectionary. Hotel staff are excellent, especially Christian who looked after us at dinner time. Advise booking early and requesting a room at the rear of the hotel to avoid the noise of revellers leaving the clubs particularly on a Saturday night. Spa facilities are lovely, and there is a small gym for those days when the weather is not skiable.
We have stayed here twice now, and we will return!!
Family holiday for 9 booked online at The Schwarzer Adler Hotel which is right in the middle of St Anton and is a few minutes walk to the ski lifts to Galzig, Nazzerein or Graben. The rooms were really comfortable and the family owned hotel felt like a big friendly family. The is a nice pool, small gym and hood Spa with excellent massage. The food is varied and although there are no tea making facilities in the room, hot drinks always available in the Spa or at the pool. Tea with fresh cakes and fruit salad every afternoon. Would I come back, you bet I would. The extensive ski area including Zeus and Lech is vast.
We had a veritable whale of a time at the Schwarzer Adler during our skiing trip in January. The hotel has a cosy family feel and the staff are all very warm, friendly and helpful.
The food is excellent - every morning, there's a full breakfast buffet which means that you can stuff your face and forget about lunch if you fancy an epic ski day. Dinner is first class - five courses of exquisite culinary delights, with optional salad and cheese courses.
As you can tell, we ate a lot. Fitbit reckons we burned thousands upon thousands of calories skiing, but we had to be transported to the UK by heavy goods transport barge and were later installed back home via crane.
There's also some lovely spa facilities - an indoor pool, a variety of saunas, a temperate outdoor pool and an area where you can frollick around in the nude. There's a small gym, which I used once before resigning myself to a week of excess.
They have a deal with intersport, so you can drop your skis and boots off at the bottom of the hill next to the main access lifts, and then walk/roll the short distance to the hotel in comfy shoes.
It was really cosy, the food was tasty and the people were lovely. Five blobs.
We stayed here for a week in mid-August, half-board, with Thomson and would be delighted to return.The Schwarzer Adler is situated in the centre of the lovely little town of St Anton which has a railway station and various bus routes.The hotel is near chair lifts, cable cars, shops, cafes etc. It is beautifully furnished throughout, traditional, light, airy with a lovely restaurant and bar area and several comfy sofas.
There is a spa (my daughter had a good massage) and a nice indoor pool with loungers and also a small area outside with a few more loungers, but no garden.However, they are in the process of building a new pool and extra rooms which will be ready for the ski season and, I believe, a larger outside area.There are also a few tables where you can sit outside.There's a small gym.
The food was wonderful - six course dinners with a choice of main course and an alternative 'light' menu. One can 'mix and match' between the two menus. We enjoyed every meal and the self-service breakfasts were equally impressive including boiled and scrambled eggs ,bacon, cold meats etc.Lovely fresh fruit salad and home-made strawberry jam!
I should give a special mention for the brilliant and meticulous catering of our gluten free requirements, with each course adapted as necessary and GF bread/ cereal provided at breakfast. We could relax and enjoy as high a standard of food as the one gluten-eating member of our family! Extra vegetables were also happily provided. Casual wear (including jeans etc) was perfectly acceptable at dinner.
There was also free tea /coffee/juice and cakes in the afternoon for those with any appetite.
The bedrooms are equally impressive.The single rooms were larger than many doubles I have come across (with a seating area and balcony ) and our superior room (not a suite) was extremely spacious with a very comfortable Kingsize bed,plenty of storage space, 2 sofas and a separate loo. Good TV. Balcony with deckchair,upright chair and table. Pleasant view.
The service was always extremely friendly and attentive and any request was dealt with promptly (e.g a hard pillow).
There was free WiFi but it was a little erratic, both in the bedrooms and lounges. They also had (free) computers available.
Guests were of mixed ages and nationalities with relatively few from Britain when we were there, if that is of any interest.
All in all a great week,with excellent weather and fabulous varied walking in a lovely hotel. We hope to go back and highly recommend the Schwarzer Adler.