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All reviewslovely friendly hotelst antonfree packed lunchswimming poolmeal timesbreakfast and dinnersummer holidaymain coursewould definitely stay here againexcellent holidaynasserein liftrecommend this hotelminute walksoupother resortsgood sizeroom was large
We stayed for three nights in july. Enjoyed the food a lot. Service personnel very friendly and helpful. Furnishing is a bit dated, but everything is clean. Room was spacious. The chairs on the balcony need to be exchanged.
We have just returned from a week in this hotel. The food ( 5 course evening meals, wonderful breakfasts and free packed lunches) has been amazing. The room was a little dated but spotlessly clean. We had a corner room with a large balcony that...More
Modern, clean hotel in very picturesque surroundings with mountains and cable car ride nearby. Good cuisine. Staff very welcoming and friendly and dressed in traditional Austrian attire. Would recommend this hotel.
We spent a few days in St Anton of our summer holiday and stayed at Hotel Arlberg. The hotel was very cosy, clean and spacious. The staff was so friendly and nothing seemed impossible. The food at the restaurant was delicious and with a local...More
We have been skiing in St. Anton probably close to 8 times over the last few years, and we continue to return to the Hotel Arlberg because their service is so good, the location is great (close to the center of town but quiet, and...More
I've only visited St Anton in summer, i.e. not to ski. However I am a skier too, so I took note of the pistes/lift systems and there is definitely a regular ski bus (free with the lift pass) that goes round the village... More
I've only visited St Anton in summer, i.e. not to ski. However I am a skier too, so I took note of the pistes/lift systems and there is definitely a regular ski bus (free with the lift pass) that goes round the village, calling at the lift stations. The same bus was running in the summer and there's a stop right outside the Hotel Arlberg. I'm not sure what time the last ski buses run from the lifts though, so I suggest you to ask the tourist office. They speak excellent English and respond quickly to email queries.
There are also ski lockers where you can leave skis/boots near the Galzig.