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I can't praise this hotel enough. Everything is beautifully simple, carefully thought about with great attention to detail and most of all to the customer experience. The location is magical and the place is stunning but that aside the staff and owners can't do enough....More
Great small restaurant on the sixth floor with an open kitchen in the corner. It has limited tables, which makes the area cosy. It has a bar with a fine whiskey collection. Food is excellent quality with friendly efficient service. A great Austrian wine list...More
Stayed here week of Feb 15th - two families with teenagers. This is a superb hotel. One of the best breakfasts ever - we recommend going for a pre-breakfast ski to work up an appetite and then enjoy the fare. The location right on the...More
One of the hotels I have ever been in
There is nothing I can tell that was not perfect
The breakfast the room the spa
And the restaurant in evening
Everything was perfect
But most important thing is the staff and the owner
We didn't stay at this hotel, but we enjoyed a fantastic dinner.
The small dining area has an open kitchen where you can be entertained by the chefs as they prepare they plate the exquisite meals.
We had the fish, which at first we questioned,...More
US$371 - US$732 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#20 Ski-In / Ski-Out Hotel in St. Anton am Arlberg
#20 Spa Hotel in St. Anton am Arlberg
#32 Luxury Hotel in St. Anton am Arlberg
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Yes - it's only a few minutes, if you walk down on the ski slope (good shoes...). It's about a 30 minutes walk on the "regular" road, mostly downhill. In that case we rather suggest a taxi... All the best and hope to see you... More
Yes - it's only a few minutes, if you walk down on the ski slope (good shoes...). It's about a 30 minutes walk on the "regular" road, mostly downhill. In that case we rather suggest a taxi... All the best and hope to see you very soon! Eugen Scalet.