Superior chalet in excellent location!
Built on three floors, the Aitken has wonderful views across to the Rendl ski area from most rooms and from both of the sunny, south-facing balconies, and has been a favourite with Ski Total skiers for several years.
- Character chalet in excellent location
- Resort centre and ski slopes approx. 5 minutes downhill walk (500m)
- Log fire
- Free Wifi
- Cooked and continental breakfast
- Afternoon tea/coffee and cake
- 3-course dinners including prosecco apéritif, choice of complimentary quality wines and coffee
Furnished and decorated to a very high standard, it has a spacious yet cosy sitting/dining-room with a vaulted carved-wood ceiling, log fire and TV. There is also a separate sauna, which comfortably takes five people.
The bedrooms are attractive, comfortable and well fitted, with a good number of shower and bathrooms for our guests, all of which have been recently refurbished.
The ski-bus stops right outside for easy access to and from the slopes, and St Anton’s fabled nightlife is just a 5-minute walk away.
- Book an Area Lift Pass and get '2-for-1' on ski/board/boot hire
- Austria's largest interconnected ski area- all on one lift pass
St Anton is a legendary ski destination located in the Arlberg Ski Area. It is the largest resort in the area and attracts skiers from all over the globe. But this famous Austrian resort has plenty more to offer to the non skier in the group. With 76 shops, 52 restaurants, a health centre and plenty more activities including paragliding, hiking and tobogganing St Anton is a great destination.
Skiing in St Anton
Ski Range 1,300m – 2,820m
The Arlberg is a connoisseur’s region, and thoroughly deserves its unrivalled reputation as Austria’s Number One ski resort. Dedicated skiers return time after time to explore the inexhaustible network of slopes, including those of Stuben, St Christoph, Lech and Zürs, which are all covered, together with St Anton itself, on the Arlberg lift pass.
The beginners’ slopes are accessed by the upgraded gondola at Nasserein, whilst above the town the many runs are largely cruisy blues and reds, ideal for leisurely skiers and snowboarders just out to enjoy themselves.
St Anton’s main fame however lies a little further up the mountain, in the magical variety of consistently challenging skiing with fiendish blacks, exhilarating off-piste and bumps growing to daunting proportions for those hungry for a challenge. When powder and spring snow conditions are right, the off-piste here is unequalled, particularly on the upper slopes of the fabled Valluga area.
The Kapall and Galzig areas both provide plenty of variety and the Rendl slopes on the opposite side of the St Anton valley offer a further change of perspective. The Galzig boasts a state-of-the-art 24 person gondola.
Ski to the bus stop at Rauz for the quickest access to Zürs and Lech, 7 and 15 minutes away respectively. Here, wide expanses of high-altitude skiing will keep any skier happy for weeks.