Chalet Hans, St Anton, Austria
- Dining Room
- Austrian Twin
- Ski Bus Stop
- Airport: 96.5 km
- Resort: 400 m
- Ski school: 550 m
- Slopes: 550 m
- Town: 400 m
- Lifts: 550 m
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About Chalet Hans
Chalet Hans is situated in a stunning building within close proximity of the famous domes church in the beautiful resort of St Anton. The centre of the resort is just 400 metres away. Guests will find the Nasserein gondola 550 metres away as well as the nursery slopes. Slightly further away are the main Gampen and Galzig lifts.
The chalet offers guests a traditional Austrian feel to it with some of the owners original artwork up. There are amazing wood carvings and a mural adding to the chalets character. The lounge area has a TV and is ideal for relaxing in. Equipment will be kept safe in the ski room with heated boot rack.
St Anton is a lively resort with a great apres-ski atmosphere. It is situated a short walk from the chalet and guests can enjoy a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. There are plenty of traditional Austrian style buildings which look beautiful at night. The fantastic elevated location of the resort allows guests to admire the stunning mountainous backdrop.
Room 1 Twin with a shower and WC
Room 2 Large Austrian twin with a sofa bed, shower and WC
Room 3 Austrian twin with a shower and WC
Lounge with TV
Room 4 Austrian twin, sofa bed, a shower and W
Room 5 Austrian twin with a shower, WC and a balcony
Room 6 Small twin with a shower and WC
Room 7 Small Austrain twin with a shower, WC and a balcony
Room 8 Double with a shower, WC and a balcony
Breakfast is served 5 days a week including hot and cold options.
Afternoon tea, coffee and freshly baked cake are served 5 days a week.
Dinner is a 4 course meal with pre-dinner aperitif, dinner, tea/coffee and chocolates. A choice of complimentary wine is included during dinner.
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St. Anton is renowned for being one of the very best ski resorts in the world - yes, The World! But then, it would be, being the home of the so-called father of downhill skiing Hannes Schneider, who developed the Arlberg technique which informs our skiing today. St. Anton is easy to get to as well, about two hours' transfer time from no fewer than...
- Good for Off Piste
- Good for Non-skiers
- Lively Après Ski
- High Altitude